Having been immersed in the service industry since 18 years old, Mohammad, "Mush" worked his way through small family owned restaurants until he had refined his talents for luxury establishments. Attending Johnson & Wales University in 2010 he achieved his Culinary and Management Degree which helped him to learn the finer aspects of not only running a business but also sparking his passion for people. For many years Mush has worked in luxury hotels getting to serve and create memorable experiences for his guests. He realized that he can take this skill and love for helping people and utilize it in another way. Mush has the backing of a wonderful and loving family that has 25 years of experience selling here in the Charlotte and surrounding areas. He has found a new way to pursue this dedication to the service of people and helping them to create lasting memories by helping his clients find their forever home.
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