Real Estate Broker
I was born and raised in a very small town in the Southern part of Ethiopia. I lived and went to school in the same neighborhood until I got the opportunity to attend college in the Northern part of the country. I earned my Law Degree from the University of Bahir-Dar in 2006 and started working as a law school instructor in private college in Addis Ababa. After only working for six month as instructor, I took a job at the Ethiopian Human Rights Council (EHRCO) as the head of the office in the southwestern part of the country. In July 2007 I moved to Addis Ababa and started working for a children’s rights organization.
In August 2008, I moved to Miami, FL to pursue my Masters Degree in Law focusing on Intercultural Human Rights Law and I graduated with honor.
In June 2009, I moved to Seattle planning to serve as ‘immigration assistant’ with friends who were also very passionate advocates of human rights and social justice.
During my service, I met honest people with genuine needs. Asylum applicant(s) with genuine and touching stories; refuges who had been separated from their loved ones for years and years looking for someone to help them find a way for reunification, etc. I also got the chance to participate in and work with different civic groups. Coming to the United States has endowed me with different perspectives to my previous experiences.
In this journey, besides finding out that I was actually “a people’s person”, I also learn that owning a propriety is corner stone for one’s economic future. Everyone deserves the opportunity to own a home and enjoy a decent life. I pursued my real estate career not just for commission I am pied off, rater entirely focused on understanding and finding out what a “home” is to my client.
Whether you are buying or selling a home, I am armed with the knowledge to assist you in your real estate endeavors and passionate about ethically and delicately serving those who seek my professional real estate services.