At some point, you'll buy or sell a house. Why not help your local MTB community in the process?
Let's move mountains together
What does mountain biking have to do with real estate?
I'm glad you asked!
When I was a kid, I rode on mountain bike trails as though they were magically bestowed upon us by the Forest Gods. Turns out that's entirely false. When I joined Blackstone Valley NEMBA in 2014 to get myself back into riding, I quickly discovered these magical trails are made of people's time, energy, and commitment - magic in its own right.
I'm a big believer in belonging to something bigger than ourselves, as well as seeking a career that's based on something you love. It's always been pretty clear to me that no one is going to be paying me to ride my mountain bike, but I've found a way for my real estate career and the local mountain bike community to join forces.
This is about as niche as you can get in real estate, but I want to help the local MTB community buy and sell their homes, and in doing so, create a stream of donations to keep NEMBA strong. So for starters:
Every home I sell to a NEMBA member, or a person referred by a NEMBA member will result in a $150 donation to your preferred NEMBA chapter.
On top of that, my vision for Matt Moves Mountains is to join the mountain bike and local business communities, showcasing both bike-themed and home-owner-themed businesses run by the people we ride with.
Much of my real estate career has been in land development consulting/engineering, and I'm well aware that land use regulations are becoming more and more stringent. I want the donation program and my background to help in this area as well.
What else is on the horizon for Matt Moves Mountains?
Home sale NEMBA donation program
Sponsor local MTB events, clinics, etc.
Advocate for NEMBA on land use matters
Identify 'homes on the trails'
Support the businesses of our pedaling peers
Gear - t-shirts so I can get my name out on the trails!
Wait, you already want to search for homes? You go-getter, you.
(All trails lead to me)
Phone: (508) 330-1629
Stay tuned for MTB T-Shirts featuring designs by local artist Josh Reinke!