In 2005, I bought my first house. It was a total starter home north of Charlotte. New construction, 1,500 sq feet, it became the place that my wife and I lived for five or so years after we married.
Toward the end of the construction process, I realized I was really just taking money and turning it into a house. In 2011, we moved closer to town and ended up building a home in which we still live. I had the same feeling the second time around.
Every so often I plan to use this format to spend some time talking about me. Or, more specifically, about us, as in Greenway, our employees and our clients. And our (hopefully) future clients.
In some ways, I got into this business accidentally (hence the name of the blog). I never had any intention of going into finance; it was far too stuffy for me. I knew I wanted the focus of my career to be about doing something that I found meaningful, but I’m sure I could’ve made anything seem meaningful somehow.Continue reading “Where we’ve been; where we’re going”
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