More About Me

A Little About Me

In 1976 I began my entrepreneurial journey with the Century 21 brand. After hearing about a “new brand” coming to town I decided to do a little research on my own and find out if people really knew anything about this new brand.

Century 21 was strong in the Chicago area so I decided to do my idea of scientific research and I drove to the Chicago area and asked random people where the nearest real estate office was located. Person after person pointed the way to the Black and Gold, CENTURY 21 offices located throughout the city. This unscientific method of research told me that this was a brand to be reckoned with, I was SOLD!

I purchased the first CENTURY 21 franchise in the state of Indiana and led the way for a new model of real estate business and service for the consumer and agent. From the inception of this company I have embraced change, taken risk to implement new systems and built my company on a strong foundation of giving back to the community, service to the consumer, and surrounding myself with a strong leadership team.

Giving Back

I'm a firm believer that "to whom much is given much is required" My personal beliefs and my business beliefs are one in the same; look around, see what is needed, and offer help. 

CENTURY 21 Scheetz has a non profit foundation we call CENTURY 21 Scheetz Charitable Foundation, where the focus is helping individuals in need.  Our foundation has helped numerous clients who have a special need but may not be in a position to help themselves.  Our foundation also supports other charitable foundations throughout the Indianapolis area.  I am constantly amazed at the heart of this company.  The time offered, the money given, and the care provided makes me proud to be a part of this special group of people.

Easter Seals Crossroads of Indianapolis is also close to our heart.  Each year we work dilligently to provide support to this amazing organization who are helping so many in our community.  It is our pleasure to be associated with Easter Seals. 

"To whom much is given much is required".  We will continually work to support our neighbors!