My name is Tarl Wood and I am a Market Specialist with the Rahill Real Estate Group/ Keller Williams Big Bear. Before I explain my goals in helping you, I want to tell you a little about myself. My dad was in the Navy and I was born in Exmouth Australia. We left when I was two and I was then raised in San Diego. In 1999, two days after turning 21, I moved to Sun Valley Idaho to be a snowmaker and go snowboarding. I spent a year and a half in Sun Valley, a summer in Lake Powell, and I split a summer between Lake Havasu and Michigan. I moved to Mammoth Lakes in the winter on 2001-2002 where I started as a snowboard instructor then I became a bartender. I met my wife to be (Becky) in 2004 while bartending for Hennessey’s Tavern in Mammoth. In 2005 I moved to Las Vegas and helped open Hennessey’s Tavern on Fremont while Becky went to Phoenix to teach. We moved to Big Bear in July of 2007 and were married in September of 2009. Our son Ender was born on March 27th, 2012. Being a father is the most amazing experience of my life. On October 4th, 2016 we were blessed with our little girl Evergreen, we call her Evey. Becky was Will Rahill’s first team member and became his first Buyer’s agent in 2010. Becky wanted to be a stay at home mom and I wanted her to be able to do that. I became Will’s Buyer’s agent in May 2013. Becky is an amazing mom and I have all of my clients to thank. By allowing me to help them achieve their goals and dreams they have helped me to achieve mine, THANK YOU ALL!!! My goal is to provide first class customer service for my clients throughout the whole buying and selling experience. I have been in customer service for 15 years and to me Real Estate is the exact same thing. Find out what a client’s needs are and make it happen for them. We have an amazing team who all work together to best serve our clients with the upmost of care and professionalism. We treat each client as we would like our parents to be treated and keep a constant stream of communication throughout the transaction so no one is ever left wondering what is happening.