Meet Sell My Detroit House
Hello, I am Nick Sehy, the head of SellMyDetroitHouse. Growing up as a kid in the suburbs of Detroit, there is a nostalgia and love I have for Detroit. From going to Tigers and Wings games with my family to visiting the DIA, the Detroit Zoo, and running the Turkey Trot every year, I feel like I have experienced some of the best things the city has to offer.
After starting at U of D Jesuit, my family moved to Texas. I ended up receiving my Electrical Engineering Degree at UT Austin and eventually moving to Seattle to work as a software engineer for Microsoft. During my time, I became entranced in Real Estate. I enjoyed analyzing homes, seeing how it can be redesigned, and recreating something that someone didn’t want to the best house on the block. I am excited to be a part of the Detroit Renaissance. Allow me to make an offer on your home today!
Randy Stedwell – Acquisitions Manager
Hello, I am Randy Stedwell the acquisition manager here. Growing up as a kid Just across the border of Detroit in Ferndale, I have always loved the city of Detroit, and have lived in the area my entire life. As a kid, I would always walk to the Detroit Zoo, or when I was older, I would go to Downtown Detroit. It has been amazing to see the transformation of the city in my lifetime.
Due to my experience living here, I have learned a lot about the different areas in Metro Detroit. I have been on the team for more than a year, and am the perfect person to know the market around Metro Detroit. From constant appointments with sellers, I will work my hardest to find a great solution for both of us.
Kaleef Williams – Acquisition/Disposition
Coming from a family with over 60 years of combined investment experience. I decided to go full-time in the long-time family business in 2017. I’ve helped countless families and investors alike whether it be selling a property that was burdensome or buying a property to get one home closer to financial freedom. My goal is the same to provide a hassle-free solution to your real estate needs.