House Check International of Port St. Lucie, Florida, has earned Accredited Member status from the NHWA for the second consecutive year.
Every once in a while, you meet a real go-getter. They always have this “energy” around them, and you can’t help but be affected by it. So, when I met Bill Redeker at last year’s Conference in Fort Myers, and felt that energy…I knew right away what he was. We had dinner together and he shared his story with me. He told me about his wife, Bridget, and how they purchased House Check International six years ago. At the time, they had 34 clients, but had since grown their business to over 200 clients. They did this by offering timely, responsible and exceptional service, formalizing the house check process and presentations, and putting key systems into place, And they concentrate on maintaining a keen focus in growing the house check aspect and its supporting/ancillary businesses.
Though their focus has been within the house check umbrella, Bill and Bridget also saw a natural extension and set of opportunities arise, and they are now both real estate professionals. Their numerous vendor and contractor relationships allowed them to embark on personal house renovations (for speculation) and offer their keen eye and expertise in a consulting capacity for clients in their community doing their own renovations.
Bill and Bridget truly believe that the NHWA’s 4th Annual North American Conference in 2016, with the shared experience of their peers and amazing guest speakers, was a critical turning point and a defining moment to help them revolutionize their business even further and propel them to a higher plateau of success.
The Redekers knew from the minute they heard about the unique need of supporting an absentee homeowner that the potential of this business could be unlimited, but they are even more focused and hungry to expand this concept. To have all the support and motivation from the NHWA not only provides more credence and validation to their particular business; it excites them to be an integral part of this industry.
Congratulations, Bill and Bridget!
As always, I wish you