Daniel Kaercher

Expert Advisor

eXp Realty in Arizona

State 48 Livin Realty

About Daniel Kaercher

Dan is a full-time Professional Realtor and a Member of the Southeast Valley of Realtors, a Certified Home Buying and Selling Advisor as well as the National Associations of Realtors.

Dan has a background in Construction Equipment Sales and he was once a Mortgage Loan officer which will bring tremendous value when it comes to buying or selling a home in Arizona.

He moved to Arizona 21 years ago from Billings Montana. He spent nine years with Marriott Hotels, Nine Years negotiating the sale of Heavy Construction Equipment and Three years helping families Mortgage or Refinancing their homes.

Dan even enjoys spending time cooking up a storm. With years of being behind the scenes in the restaurant world he still enjoys cooking.
To this day he is still the Self-Proclaimed Sandwich King.

These days you can find Dan at a nearby Gym playing pick-up basketball, working out, reading books, hanging with family and friends or out for a cruise in his Hot Rod.

Founding Member of Arete Syndicate

Latest Blog Posts

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