Born an only child, David learned at an early age what it meant to make it on his own. With a fierce imagination and keen sense of adventure, David was born to be an entrepreneur. From starting his own pet rock company at the age of seven to building a recruiting firm from the ground up, his seemingly insatiable appetite for creating new businesses has directed him throughout his life.
But, it’s real estate that has been in David’s blood for as long as he can remember. He got “hooked” in college when he bought his first home, fixed it up and sold it for a large profit. Today, he combines his sharp eye for architecture and interior design, with his love of negotiation, to find his clients the best values around. To David, “leaving money on the table is not an option”.
When not busy as the managing partner at Tam Realty, David is often watching or playing sports. A certifiable sports addict, he never misses March Madness in the Spring or Fantasy Football in the Fall. And, if David could be a kid for just one day, you’d find David out on the baseball diamond while his mom cheered on from the stands.
In addition to sports, David loves to paint flowers, Man-Flowers that is. Taking inspiration from "Jackson Pollock" David paints abstract, colorful flowers which are displayed and sold in Tam's downtown San Anselmo office (take a look here at manflowerart.com). David's favorite pastime, however, is spending time with the women in his life –his wife and real estate partner, Kira, and his two little girls, Mina (5 years old) and Coda (3 1/2 years old). To him, nothing is better than when one of his little girls looks him in the eye and smiles. Fatherhood truly suits him.
Success to David, whether on a personal or professional level, stems from being able to take what he’s learned and apply it with the utmost of integrity. This is most evident when he guides his clients through the sometimes complex world of real estate. To him, the ultimate mark of achievement is when clients refer him to their business associates, friends and relatives. Then, he knows he’s done his job.
Contact David at firstname.lastname@example.org.