Kathryn Guthrie has been with Real Property Management SAC-METRO from its inception in June of 2009. She currently serves as the Broker for Real Property Management SAC-METRO and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the company. In addition to oversight of licensed real estate agents, Kathryn sets the high standard of service provided by Real Property Management SAC-METRO handling the more complex and longer-term projects.
Before starting Real Property Management SAC-METRO with her husband and business partner Stewart Guthrie, Kathryn had a variety of careers in technology, wholesale distribution, and education. Kathryn’s primary strength is her commitment to service and education. She brings a sincere care to an industry that deals with highly sensitive and personal situations and a variety of experience levels both for tenants and property owners.
Kathryn Guthrie earned a degree in English Literature with a minor in Biology from UC Davis in 1990 where she was also an intercollegiate athlete holding several records in shotput and javelin. She earned her Real Estate Salesperson License in 2009. Kathryn went on to become a Real Estate Broker in 2011.
In her spare time, Kathryn enjoys chasing her kids to various activities, traveling, and reading. Kathryn is committed to the community and currently serves as a 4-H leader and a support person for the Del Oro Marching Band.
“I love serving and teaching people. Being a property manager allows me to do both on a daily basis. The commitment and caring level of the staff at Real Property Management SAC-METRO is a great source of pride and joy. The can-do support that each team member provides the other makes me look forward to coming in to work.
I think our customers benefit from our detailed approach and commitment to excellence. It is intangible, but working with people who sincerely care and who are not just marking time makes a big difference!
I am committed to helping our customers understand their rental properties and to make owning a property as easy as possible. It’s a tough business, but I like knowing that we can make a difference for people by doing a great job.”