If I were a prospective home buyer preparing to make a large investment, choosing a personable, knowledgeable and accomplished realtor would be a top priority. For this reason, it's important for my dad's home page to organize the content so the site visitor can easily grab information to make the first, important, decision the home buying process. By reorganizing headings, adding additional links and layering information can make the site more efficient for the visitor.
The main text on the page resembles a resume - which is good - but could more accurately describe my dad as mentioned above. It may be useful to add that he's been living and selling homes in the area for 27 years. After scrolling towards the bottom of the page," Realtor since 1982" is mentioned, but it took me three seconds to do the math in my head. Selling property in the same area you live in says the area has been good to live in - and for buyers looking for longevity, this is good.
Knowing a realtor enjoys and has made a living in an area potential buyers are looking to move to, knowing more about the east metro would be helpful. It would be interesting to add news articles about the housing market, area schools or economic activity and mortgage loans - then make weekly comments. Even a link to the demographics would be cool. By creating layers of information, visitors can peer into the current events and personal analysis of the area.
By making these changes, my dad can really show that (although there are a few gray hairs in the profile pic) he is a person with current knowledge of an area he's been living in for a long time.