Russ moved to Las Vegas from Champaign, Illinois in 2001 and worked in Finance for a Fortune 500 Company. After a few years, he began investing in real estate. Eventually, he saw an opportunity to make a career of it and began working in real estate full time.
In 2007, Russ and his partners opened Infinity Excel Real Estate Brokers in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. They were involved in CityScape Dubai, CityScape Abu Dhabi, and worked with Eye of Dubai. Russ worked in the Dubai and Abu Dhabi real estate markets until late 2008 when his first daughter was born and he decided he no longer wanted to travel.
In 2009, Russ joined forces with Brandy White Elk and since then, they have built a phenomenal team and have successfully negotiated thousands of transactions, including traditional sales, short sales, foreclosure sales, and auctions properties. They have represented buyers, sellers, investors, asset managers, and financial institutions in residential and commercial real estate transactions. This broad spectrum of property sale types and parties represented gives them a unique perspective, a diverse skill set, and a competitive advantage in the market place.
In his personal time, Russ is a busy family man with a wonderful wife, awesome kids, and a great life. Russ and his family love to travel, eat great food, cheer for the Chicago Cubs and the Vegas Golden Knights, and make memories to last a lifetime.
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