It is commonly believed that the word sincere comes from two Latin words – sine ‘without’ and cera ‘wax’. Although the definition is challenged and many definitions exist, there is one explanation that we prefer for how ‘without wax’ came to be an important claim, involving craftsmen during the Republic of Rome. Some think that marble workers would cover imperfections in their work in the stone with wax, effectively hiding flaws from the buyers. This was, of course, only effective until the work was subjected to higher temperatures in the summer. Once it was warm enough, the wax would melt away, exposing the defect in the stone and the poor craftsmanship of the marble workers.
To say that we operate with absolute sincerity is easy. The true testament of our hard work is our commitment to modernizing that which was not and aggresively pursuing each property’s potential. Our photos are intended to display our efforts in their true form. Take a moment to journey through a few of our properties, sincerely.