Real estate agent Alvaro Keller is known for being a hard worker.
And that’s exactly why he was recruited by a realtor who wants to be your new friend and the one who knows you best.
He’s got a good head on his shoulders.
He wants to help you make the best decisions possible.
But Alvaros realtor also has a little something else going for him: He’s a little guy.
Alvaras family has always lived with a handicapped person in their home.
The couple, who have three children, used to live in a four-bedroom house with a three-car garage, but Alvarus wife and daughter were forced to move out when their house was subdivided.
The family has been living in a two-bedroom home in Albuquerque, N.M., since 2013.
Alvarez’s realtor wants to take on a new role, helping him with the complex needs of the elderly and disabled.
He is a certified disability specialist.
When he’s not in the field, he is in his spare time with his wife and two young daughters.
Keller said he wanted to become an “expert” to help people like Alvaris, who often don’t have the resources to hire a specialist.
“I was kind of looking for something different,” Keller told The New York Times.
He says he wanted a real estate agent who would be flexible enough to take his clients on an adventure.
“My daughter likes to go to the beach and go surfing, but she doesn’t have a surfboard,” he said.
“But she can get me a board and put it on my lap and get me out of the water.”
And Keller’s agent is someone who has a unique gift: He has an extraordinary ability to connect with people in the most unexpected of ways.
He also knows how to navigate the most complex of markets.
He used to work as a personal assistant for a realtors in the San Fernando Valley in California, but he became a disability specialist after his daughter was born.
Alvasa Alvaranos real estate career began when she was 16.
She is now the wife of a real-estate broker and is the youngest of six children.
In addition to her two children, she has a third and fourth child.
When Alvarans youngest child was born, Alvara became pregnant and gave birth to a daughter.
She and her husband lived in a one-bedroom apartment.
“The last time I was in there, I got a terrible rash and got a rash of colds and stuff,” she told ABC News.
“So, my husband was like, ‘I’m just going to get a doctor, and I’m going to come home and I’ll see you later.'”
And she was.
The first thing Alvares daughter said when she saw Alvaroz was, “Daddy, I love you.”
The real estate broker who recruited Alvaróz says she is the perfect candidate.
“She has a passion for her career and she has been able to get that in such a short amount of time,” Alvarado said.
Alvin and Alvarazs eldest daughter, Maria, is the daughter of a Mexican immigrant who moved to the United States with her family when she wasn’t old enough to get citizenship.
Alvisas daughter is also a veteran.
She served in the Navy, and she became the first woman to lead a battalion of combat troops to the Persian Gulf War.
She also served in a number of other wars and is now a senior counselor at the U.S. Department of Defense.
Alva Alvarárez was born in San Antonio, Texas, and was the only child of her parents, Alva and Jose.
She said her mother and father have always been hardworking, but now they are not able to.
Alvia has worked in the real estate industry for more than 20 years, mostly as an agent.
She’s also the president of the Alvarianazs Real Estate Association, which is the realtor’s union.
Alvanz says her experience working with people with disabilities is invaluable to Alvaradans family.
“It’s not just a job, it’s a life,” she said.
In her job, Alvás helps clients navigate complex markets, but also to learn about and work with people who are different from them.
She has also started her own company, The Alvarista Experience, that helps her clients navigate complicated real estate markets.
She says she has found a new way to connect people with different backgrounds, and a way to make a difference in the lives of others.
Alviados family has lived in Albuquerque since 2013, when the Alva family moved from San Antonio.
Her father was the president and founder of the local branch of the American Red Cross.
His son was the mayor of Albuquerque.