Patience, persistence, hard work, confidence, preparation – the skills and characteristics that vaulted Eric Surkamp to success as a Major League Baseball pitcher has served him well in his career as a real estate agent. As a standout player at Moeller High School, then North Carolina State University, Eric’s drive, ambition and ability to perform under pressure led to a nine-year MLB career, including earning a World Series ring as a part of the San Francisco Giants’ 2012 championship season.
Now, Eric has transferred his talents from the field to help people realize their real estate goals and dreams. Whether assisting with buying or selling, Eric uses his inner desire to succeed, ability to manage stress and an optimistic mindset to help his clients smoothly navigate the sometimes-complicated world of real estate.
After growing up in Sharonville and attending Moeller High School, Eric has lived in the city for the last five years and is familiar with the benefits and nuances all of Cincinnati’s great neighborhoods have to offer, especially Mt. Adams, Norwood, Walnut Hills, Oakley, Hyde Park, Mt. Lookout and Columbia Tusculum.
Eric is certified by the National Association of Realtors as Pricing Strategy Advisor (PSA), giving him unique skills and insights into helping clients understand home values and strategically price their properties.
After his MLB career, he returned to the North Carolina State to complete his degree and earned a Bachelor of Science in Business, with a concentration in Finance. In his leisure time, Eric enjoys golf, fishing, working out and watching sports. He is also sharing his talent and love of baseball as a pitching coach at various facilities around the city.
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