Fresh back from living in Japan for the last 3 years, Francisco has developed a taste for the hustle and bustle of a major city.
A Colorado native, after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Colorado Boulder, Francisco decided to get in touch with his roots and move to Tokyo. He spent his time working as an accountant/bookkeeper for a Rubber goods manufacturer, where he put his skills with numbers, organization, and keen attention to detail to good use.
Francisco learned to appreciate the way in which the Japanese have mastered the art of blending old school tradition with modern day ideas. He saw how incredibly space efficient, sleek and design conscious the architecture was in Tokyo. It was here that he met his beautiful wife.
Now back in Colorado, Francisco is looking to bring back some of what he observed to the mile high city. Currently working as an assistant to Slate’s Managing Broker Stan Kniss, he hopes to learn as much as he can to help Stan and his team accomplish their goal of connecting people to exceptional living spaces.