25+ Years of Experience & Over 600 Escrows Closed Personally.
Experience Counts Now More Than Ever.
Stuart Warner says, "I'm often asked, "How long have you lived in El Dorado County?' and the simple answer is since June of 1997. The not-so-simple answer evokes fond memories of four summers (1972-1976) when, as a youngster, I helped my father build spec homes in the Sly Park Area of Pollock Pines. My father's upbringing on a farm instilled a remarkable work ethic in him and as a high school English teacher, he chose to spend his summers challenging us both and creating not only homes, but a sense of self worth while instilling in me a strong work ethic and an affinity with nature and the endless beauty of El Dorado County. In 1988 I purchased 40 acres and a cabin in the Georgetown area which I renovated and thoroughly enjoyed through 2001. The final move to El Dorado County was more of a return for me.
Stuart grew up in Los Altos on the Peninsula back when there were still orchards and life was generally slower. Now, raising two kids of my own, I feel this area is the perfect place to raise my children with both the quality environment and opportunities Los Altos had once afforded our middle-class family.
Stuart believes in El Dorado County. That, along with my strong work ethic and a genuine desire to help people, makes selling real estate enjoyable as well as challenging. Additionally, I believe I am one of the best prepared in my field. I've run my own general contracting business for eight years and I have a bachelor's Degree in Economics, as well as, minors in both Business Finance and Philosophy. I employ daily all of these personal resources to best serve my clients. Whether it's a question about the physical condition of a property, or a legal or financial issue, or in some cases just being a good sounding board to help people sort through the personal challenges that often surround a real estate transaction - I believe I'm well qualified! I love what I do! My profession offers tremendous variety and opportunities to challenge myself. It might come as a surprise, but one of the most valuable benefits to me is the variety of people I become involved with and how learning of their life experiences enriches me and often makes me pause and reflect on my own life. I appreciate people!
As a real estate expert in El Dorado County, I can provide you with helpful insights about the area and show you why El Dorado County living is truly desired. With a professional yet friendly approach, I help clients feel comfortable about what can be a stressful decision.