Max Zamarripa wants to learn as much as he can about the real estate field in order to better serve his clients.
He’s currently studying for certifications to be a registered sanitarian and registered environmental health specialist so he will have expert knowledge when it comes to the design and inspection of wells and septic systems.
It’s par for the course for this lifelong learner. After spending the early part of his career in medical sales, Max bought an old hotel in Howard City and turned it into a successful restaurant and bar. Desiring a more family-friendly career, he turned to real estate in 2014 and hasn’t looked back, selling the business and investing himself in his real estate clients’ wants and needs.
He’s passionate about working tirelessly for people buying and selling and prides himself on prompt attention to questions that arise throughout the process.
Personally, Max has lived on the Muskegon River for over 17 years and particularly enjoys helping people find their own waterfront property in Newaygo County. As an avid outdoorsman, he loves the beauty of all the lakes and rivers in the area.
When he’s not closing a deal, Max enjoys spending time with his family. He’s a self-trained chef who loves baseball, winning two World Series rings playing baseball on a men’s senior baseball league in Arizona. He’s also the founder of the Max & Patricia Zamarripa Field of Dreams Foundation, which has collectively donated over $30,000 to various charities. Max is also involved with the Juvenile Pediatric Rheumatoid Arthritis Foundation, as his daughter has been battling the disease since she was just five. She is now 12 and Max hopes a cure will be found in her lifetime.