Meet David Affholter

 

Dave Affholter is originally from the Downriver Detroit area and moved to Indiana while in High School. He matriculated at the University of Saint Francis as a Computer Art major and also spent time working with the Environmental Science department and the Cougar football team. Dave’s wife's name is Emily and they have 4 fantastic children ranging from 11 to 5 years of age.  Dave’s favorite activities include spending time with friends and family in conversation and quality time. He spends time volunteering at Pine Hills City Church, in the ’07, in children's ministry and as part of the tech team. It is important to Dave to value each person he meets and to live in a way that shows that he recognizes the worth in others. Dave’s first job was building RV doors in a factory in Elkhart, IN. Dave worked as a second shift for an entire summer, and on the first day of college wrote 1 check, and went back to eating Ramen noodles for the rest of the semester. Dave is motivated in real estate, because he knows how moving can be necessary and beneficial in a person’s life, but it can also be stressful.  Having been in that position, and having received help from others, Dave wants to pay that forward to his clients.

 

Contact me today:

David Affholter
Associate Broker
260-312-1399
david.affholter@anthonyrealtors.com

David's Perfect Day:

A perfect day for me would be to fly somewhere in first class and arriving to a destination where all the responsibilities are handled by someone else...and sharing that experience with my family.

David's Desired Super Power

If I could have a super power it would be suction feet! I'm not sure what I would do with that, but it sounds useful. 

3 things David couldn't live without:

Three things I couldn't live without are food, water, and a super comfy pillow. 

3 books David would have to have on a Desert Island:

The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein, The Bible by God, and The Art of War by Sun Tsu. 

David's Favorite Quote:

"A person's a person, no matter how small." from Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who