Let's be calm, and smart.
Tom Meyer
Wisconsin Real Estate Broker
Tom Meyer
Wisconsin Real Estate Broker
Tom Meyer
Tom Meyer
Wisconsin Real Estate Broker
Mobile: (608) 332-8331
Direct: (608) 310-3076)
Restaino & Associates
26 Schroeder Court, Ste 200
Madison, WI 53711
Let's be calm, and smart.

Biography

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    Managing Broker

 For most of my 28 + years in real estate, my business is helping people buy and sell property, and inspiring Realtors® in building their skills and their businesses. 

 

Client Services

 

In 1989 I was 28 years old when I started my career. I knew I had more enthusiasm than insight. Understanding real estate law and ethics mattered to me.  I was eager to be effective.  At 58, I'm a realist. My enthusiasm to be effective is just as strong as ever. I work mostly with families and friends of past clients. I'm known to be sincerely interested in the well being of others. People appreciate my calm disposition, smart ideas,  and confident outlook. 

Interests

My interest in families and housing is part of the reason I helped create a private foundation friends and the Madison community to change the way kids go to college in recovery. The Aaron J. Meyer Foundation, Inc. opened Aaron's House in 2007. Since then we've inspired and assisted in the opening of two more residence options for college students who choose to live a substance recovery lifestyle with peers. 

Service to Wisconsin

Because I care about families, their homes, and the environment, I was asked to be one of two Realtor members on the State of Wisconsin Wind Siting Council. I believe people who own homes in areas zoned for agriculture have a right to protection from the consequences of a commercial development of massive, towering, industrial turbines so close to their property and homes that their lives are disrupted. Alternative energy resources are necessary and I believe Wisconsin can do far better in creating responsible siting rules for giant industrial turbines than to follow and copy the way things are done in Iowa and Minnesota. I'm sure I don't make any friends of the developers and the special interest parties who make a profit by imposing on uncompensated neighbors, but property rights matter in our country and I'm pleased to be asked by the Wisconsin Realtors Association to be part of the discussion.