"People won't care how much you know, until they know how much you care."
- Teddy Roosevelt
My name is Will Swygart but my friends and family call me Tater. I was born on a small farm in Pendleton, OR in 1978. I have been blessed with two amazing parents along with a great sister and brother. Pendleton was where I may have been born but I came home when my family moved to Nampa, ID in 1983. I went kindergarten through high school graduation in the Vallivue School District. I am very proud and thankful for this. GO FALCONS!!
Through the years I have learned a lot about service, commitment, sacrifice, hard work and patience through various jobs. I soon became a real estate agent for Re/Max. I have loved every job I have ever had but helping people with their dream homes is where I found my calling in life. Being a real estate agent is not a job. It's an honor and a privilege. I was able to learn the ins and outs of real estate over 6 years. In 2008-2009 when our economy took a turn for the worse I made a change. I went to work for Wells Fargo for 7 years and was able to gain experience in 4 different departments. To say I learned a lot and met many great people is an understatement. The experience is one that changed my life for the better. Knowing that real estate is my passion I came back to the industry in April of '16. The day before my birthday my real estate license was renewed. What a gift that was!! I am so very grateful to be back doing what I love.
Outside of work you can find me anywhere my family and friends are. Camping, playing softball, watching my nephew’s play baseball, or at my niece's dance recital. Life is a gift and I want to live it to its fullest whether I am working or playing. As my great Uncle Bryan Musgrove liked to say "I like to work hard & play hard". If I can ever help you, your family or friends with ANY real estate needs please let me know. It would be as I said, an honor and a privilege, for me to help you achieve your real estate dreams.
Hello, my name is Aleah Mendiola. I am the daughter of two incredible coaches and a sister to a loveable little brother. Idaho has been my home for all 18 years of my life; my hometown is Caldwell but I am now settled in the small town of Middleton. My family moved to Middleton at the beginning of my freshman year in high school, but I attended school there since middle school. I spent 7 years as a viking and I always will be one. ROLL VIKES! Now I am starting my sophomore year at The College of Idaho fall of 2018. I am currently studying to become a veterinarian.
You may be thinking, “Why is she working with a real estate agent when she wants to become a veterinarian?”
My answer to that is experience. I want to dip my toes into fields completely unrelated to animals, so I know that I am making the right career choice. Down the road, I will be working with animals every day, so why not try something different?
Speaking of animals, before I got the job as Will Swygart’s administrative assistant, I worked at Davis Dairy in New Plymouth, ID, working cows and moving them from their pens to the milking station. It was so tiring. Constantly out in the sun, I asked the cows to kindly get off their beds to be milked. They would often ignore me and continue chewing their cud or snorting into the water trough. I got frustrated and annoyed, but I persevered. To this day, I have a newfound respect for dairymen and any business to do with agriculture. It is a hard job, but an extremely important one as well. It may sound funny, but those cows taught me lessons of perseverance and humbleness that I will take with me throughout my careers.
Aside from the dairy, I learned even more lessons through my hobbies: reading, painting, hiking, hunting, and best of all fastpitch softball. Competitive softball has been an enormous part of my life since I was 8 years old. Those long days of being in the sun competing against others has taught me a few lessons: work hard, never give in, be respectful to your teammates/competitors, and ALWAYS have fun!
Using these life lessons, I will try my hardest to be an outstanding aid to Will and to you, his clients, so please feel free to ask me questions and bring me your concerns. I am always here to help.
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
5680 E Franklin Rd, Suite 220 Nampa, Idaho 83687, United States
Monday - Friday: 8am - 8pm
Saturday: By appointment