After moving to North Carolina from Florida, Tommy Seijo bought his first piece of real estate in West Asheville in 2003 on a teacher’s salary. Learning from his Cuban immigrant father that home ownership was an important staple of the American Dream, the significance of homeownership was innately personal.
While the value of his first home grew over the next seven years, so did Tommy’s personal life when he married and started a family. They purchased land and built a house together designing a home from scratch. When their second child arrived they outgrew their custom built home and set out to remodel an older home. After spending countless days and nights installing floors, building interior walls, and completing dozens of renovations, Tommy and his family feel like they’re now living in their forever home.
Tommy understands the evolution of personal property. His own journey is experiential proof of his ability to invest in a vision for a property. His experience as a property manager of both market rate and affordable housing allows him to work with anyone.
In his own words: “My dad instilled the value of homeownership into me from an early age. Moving to Asheville on a teacher’s salary, I moved mountains to buy my first home in the area. My first realtor was a wonderful guide throughout the process. Since that first home purchase, I’ve flipped homes, remodeled a home, built a home, and purchased investment properties. I bring all this expertise to every client I assist.”
Tommy was beyond amazing at helping us navigate through the entire process of purchasing land. We felt very comfortable along the way, and we were even states away. Tommy communicated thoroughly and helped us understand each and every step. I would highly recommend Tommy to anyone!
– Shelby W