Q&A with Mason Greer, Client Associate
Q: Professional Insights:
A: The client associate at our office is responsible for working with clients, and potential clients, to facilitate the processes. This includes discussing their needs, providing information, and ensuring they are working with our team members that best suit their needs.
The thing I like most about this position is often being the first point of contact. It is rewarding to help our clients start from square 1, and then work with us to find the perfect home for them.
Q: 3 things about you:
A:Being informed. It is important to absorb and spread knowledge for all parts of life. Be creative. It is great to keep things interesting and mix things up. This way you are always learning and having fun.
Enjoy what you do and do what you enjoy.
Q: Things that make you smile:
A: Laughing. Helping others! Having meaningful discussions. Taking time to relax and appreciate. Cooking / Eating.
Q: If you could be on the cover of any magazine, which one and what would the headline read?
A: The USA Hockey Magazine for winning the Stanley Cup
Q: Fairly useless but unique skill or trick?
A: I can flip a water bottle and make it land standing up almost every time… very impressive skill. I know.
Q: Most interesting and fairly useless fact you’ve heard about anything?
A: Honey is the only food that doesn’t expire.
Q: Goofy and guilty pleasure of yours?
A: Eating way too much food!
Q: Favorite quote? Why?
A: “Genius is 1% inspiration, and 99% perspiration” – Thomas Edison. It describes how anything is possible with hard work, dedication and a bit of creativity.
Q: Favorite food? Why?
A: Tacos: There are endless variations.
Q: Favorite book? Why?
A: The Great Gatsby: This book shows that you can have everything and still be unhappy. It is more important to focus on the non-material / non-monetary versions of wealth.
Q: Favorite movie? Why?
A: The Shawshank Redpemption. In a place where many do not show integrity or respect for others, a potentially wrongly convicted murderer, maintains his core values. He also uses knowledge to gain an advantage in his negative situation, leading to the unlikely success of his plan. I of course know this is a fictional movie, but the values are applicable.
Q: Future Aspiration?
A: Rescuing a puppy and gifting them a life that they may have never known