"Scott Strotz is one of those rare people who can find comfort in any real estate transaction he is involved in. He is known for assisting some of the world’s most influential executives while simultaneously helping a family who is in a situation where they see little hope. In any situation, Scott has an uncanny ability to orchestrate real estate transactions where his clients always achieve optimal results and consistently refer him to friends and family."
Scott’s diverse background sets him apart from the sea of common realtors. His experience includes: Home builder, developer of large sub-divisions, estimator for a large Texas construction, engineering and foundation company, consultant to one of the world’s largest financial institutions working directly with the CEO and President to resolve complex issues during the biggest housing crash of our time. Scott has closed real estate transactions in a number of states across America. He has been a yacht broker, aircraft broker, banking and financial services advisor to the automotive industry, and a high tech software executive. If that’s not enough, Scott’s personal experiences include being a: farmhand, stuntman, logger, rodeo competitor, commercial fisherman, truck driver, Fire fighter/ EMT, motorcycle racer, champion wrestler and many other interesting endeavors that enable him to relate to all walks of life. His experiences have made him the perfect candidate to represent anyone’s real estate needs, especially when negotiating on their behalf.
Most importantly; Scott chose to be a realtor years ago because of his love for people and wanting to be a completely different type of real estate agent. Scott has attended real estate schools in multiple states, including California, Washington, North Carolina, South Carolina and Texas and is also a broker in North Carolina. Scott has strategically aligned himself with a global company such as Engel & Volker’s and currently works with a large network of team members worldwide offering services to his clients that are second to none.