Scott Adlhoch believes that buying a home is the most important financial transaction that most people will ever engage in. However, he also knows that the implications of buying or selling a home are much greater than that. Homes are where families are raised, memories are made, ideas are born, and moments are cherished. And, particularly in the Grosse Pointes, a home is where families become part of the fabric of a community
Scott has years of experience representing homebuyers and sellers in the Grosse Pointe area. From working with newlyweds to find the perfect starter home, to assisting growing families locate their dream home, Scott is dedicated to helping each of his clients achieve their real estate objectives.
Homebuyers and sellers alike turn to Scott because of his proactive, and results-oriented approach. Scott knows that success in the real estate business comes from a strong work ethic and unwavering commitment to clients. His reputation for accessibility and trust, and his extensive knowledge of the real estate market has helped him become the top-performing agent in Grosse Pointe.
Born and raised in Grosse Pointe, Scott returned home after attending Michigan State University to pursue his passion for real estate at his family-owned agency, Adlhoch & Associates. Scott currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Grosse Pointe Board of Realtors and is active in the Parade Company’s Big Head Corps program.
When not hard at work, Scott can be found playing one of the many sports he loves or cheering on one his favorite teams (despite his affinity for the Spartans, Scott willingly represents Wolverines without hesitation). As a member of the Detroit Athletic Club, and through his participation in Grosse Pointe Neighborhood Club programs, Scott remains active in sports such as softball, squash, basketball, hockey and more. Scott currently lives in Grosse Pointe Park with his wife Jennifer, their two sons, and two dogs.
Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast of the Semantics, a large language ocean. A small river named Duden flows by their place and supplies it with the necessary regelialia.