Charlie joins the Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty team as a top producing commercial agent in the San Antonio/Hill Country Market. Over the last three years, Charlie has earned statewide top producer awards with Weitzman, Dallas, growing his production in each and every one of those years. Having successfully negotiated and brokered more than $40,000,000 in transactions since mid-2016 and more than $100,000,000 in proposed development deals in that same period.
“It is important to me to be able to confidently negotiate and broker every major type of real estate transaction so that I can fully handle all of my client’s needs, with World class marketing and International platform Sotheby’s was an obvious choice.” Charlie is one of the few Realtors in commercial or residential that has successfully completed a ground lease for both the tenant and owner, land for retail development, land for multi-function development, land for office development, land for medical development, Cap Rate based investment assets for both acquisition and disposition, 1031X for both buyers and sellers, small office lease, retail shop lease, large and small footprint restaurant leases, residential acquisitions, as well as, structured highly technical off-market transactions... all within the last two years.
“I believe the growth that we will see out I10 West from San Antonio to Kerrville and from Bandera to New Braunfels will be unparalleled. I not only believe that it is a fantastic opportunity, but I also believe as an active resident of Boerne that it is partly my responsibility to help see that this is done right.” Charlie has elected to focus on the Hill Country and believes the growth cycle has really just begun. He is happily married to his wife Ginger and together they have two wonderful sons. They have gratefully called Boerne, TX home for the last 10 years.
Charlie is very passionate about our youth, specifically through sports. And originally founded the Boerne Blue Sox baseball club as a nonprofit which has since evolved into The Lonestar Baseball Club which now has over 50 teams in three different regions of the state. He still actively volunteers as a coach. Ginger and Charlie’s oldest son Caleb was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at age 4 and they continue to look for ways to raise money for a cure!