Pleasanton, California (EastBayDaily) — Ruisch is a licensed real estate agent working with the Michael Swift & Associates team at J Rockcliff Realtors®,, the East Bay’s Premier Real Estate Company. NAEA co-founders Jay Kinder and Michael Reese presented the Certificate to Ruisch at an awards ceremony on the 11th of September in Dallas, Texas.
The National Association of Expert Advisors® is the nation’s premier association for real estate agents committed to excellence in sales and client service. The Certified Home Buying Expert Advisor ® designation is the standard of excellence for the top real estate agents in the marketplace, and more importantly, who will do the best job for buyers and sellers.
The Expert Advisor Home Buying Strategy® is a proven, repeatable system backed by market research to find the perfect home, negotiated at the best price and terms and was designed to help buyers avoid making decisions that could cost them up to 10s of $1000s in unnecessary expenses and repairs. As a Certified Home Buying Expert Advisor ®, Ruisch has access to market data, research and reports that are not available to the average real estate agent. Ruisch also participates in the on-going training offered through the National Association of Expert Advisors® to ensure that he remains at the very highest level of excellence.
Born and raised in Iowa, Ruisch first received his Iowa real estate sales license in 1983. With over 30 years experience in real estate, Ruisch most recently worked almost 4 years as a short sale negotiator for Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, near their headquarters in Des Moines, Iowa where he was consistently recognized and rewarded by Wells Fargo for his quality and performance.
Much of his career has been in mortgage banking and he is remarkably experienced at finding creative solutions and ways to bring real estate sales to a successful close.
Prior to joining Wells Fargo as a negotiator, Ruisch founded Dr. Mortgage Inc. in July 2005 prescribing healthy home loans and cutting rates with surgical precision.