David Eyrise was born in Milwaukee and grew up in Brookfield, Wisconsin. He went to Marquette University. David than took the position as head coach for the Marquette University’s Club Women’s Softball Team. In 1990, David started his real estate career in Oconomowoc and the Lake Country area. He also worked in the West Side of Los Angeles, California in Marina del Rey after being awarded the Relocation Contract for UCLA. David still does work in the area when customers and clients ask for assistance there.
David brings extensive knowledge of the real estate markets and a strong understanding of contracts that helps provide confidence and less stress for his clients. He believes in educating the consumer on new industry policies and challenges that they will face when buying or selling a home. His business is built on strategic partnerships in the industry and referrals, which is evident in his very loyal client base.
David’s passion is partnering with select charities and foundations. He actively participates on the board as Vice President for Lindsay’s Voice for “Trees of Hope” and Chairs the “Taste of Hope” Dinner. “Trees of Hope” and “Taste of Hope” are yearly fundraisers which raise money to fight blood cancers and patient care locally in Milwaukee. David also participates as a sponsor for “Foundation To Be Named Later” which is run by Chicago Cubs General Manager, Theo Epstein, and ESPN’s Peter Gammons. This foundation puts on an annual music event with the likes of Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam), and raises money and scholarships for underprivileged kids in the Boston and Chicago areas.
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