Stewart Guthrie, President

Stewart, along with his life and business partner Kathryn, opened the doors of Real Property Management SAC-METRO in June 2009 and currently serves as president. He is primarily responsible for the direction and culture of the company, ensuring the team remains focused on the importance of doing business in the community with integrity and a high standard of ethics. He also evaluates technology and processes that help Real Property Management do the best job possible for its clients. Also, Stewart provides support for development, maintenance, and operations to provide objectively better service and to develop the means to PROVE that service is the best in the industry.

Before founding Real Property Management SAC-METRO with Kathryn, Stewart served in a variety of technical sales roles in both industrial and telecommunication settings. He also served five years in the United States Marine Corps after college. He studied Agricultural Engineering at the University of California, Davis where he was a member of the wrestling team, the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity, and the University Fire Department. His experiences of the years have helped develop his strong sense of integrity and justice.

In his spare time, Stewart enjoys participating in a variety of shooting sports (hunting and target), cooking, and woodworking. He also supports his children who are involved in community activities, band performances, wrestling, basketball, trap shooting, 4-H, and Future Farmers of America.

Stewart ushers at the Centerpoint Community Church in Roseville and is a member of the Christian Business Roundtable and the National Marine Corps Business Network.

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I love that I get to help our clients move closer to their financial goals while providing critical, clean, safe housing in the community. Kathryn and I are lucky to work with a professional team that values integrity and fair dealing above all else. A business based on principles helps us sleep at night. I think our clients and customers see a team and a company with an intense focus on protecting their interests which sometimes means telling people what they need to hear. I am committed to helping our clients navigate the world of investment property ownership with integrity, compassion, and as much humor as possible.

Stewart, along with his life and business partner Kathryn, opened the doors on Real Property Management, SAC-METRO in June of 2009 and currently serves as the president.

He is primarily responsible for company direction and culture, ensuring that the team remains focused on the important, (integrity/ethics, hoping you can help me here), as well as evaluating technology and processes that helps Real Property Management do a better job.

In addition, he provides backup and support in business development, maintenance and operations to ensure that the team has sufficient time and technology to provide objectively better service, (awkward, I know, but it has long been a goal of mine to be able to PROVE that we are better, I still don’t know how to do that, so we may need to modify this sentence until we can figure that out)

Prior to founding Real Property Management, SAC-METRO with Kathryn, Stewart served in a variety technical sales roles, both in both industrial and telecommunications as well as serving five years in the United States Marine Corps after college.

Stewart’s primary strengths are???  A strong sense of justice and integrity??

Stewart studied Agricultural Engineering at the University of California, Davis where he was a member of the wrestling team, the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity and the University Fire Department.

In his spare time, Stewart enjoys participating in a variety of shooting sports, (hunting and target), cooking and woodworking, as well as supporting his children’s community and sports activities, (band, wrestling, basketball, trap shooting, 4-H and Future Farmers of America).

Stewart ushers at Centerpoint Community Church in Roseville and is a member of the Christian Business Roundtable and the National Marine Corps Business Network.

I love that I get to help our clients move closer to their financial goals by providing a critical, (to dramatic?  Necessary?), service, clean, safe housing, in the community.  Kathryn and I are lucky to work with a team that values integrity and fair dealing above all else, (it helps us sleep at night). I think our clients and customers see a team and a company with an intense focus on protecting  their interests which sometimes means telling people what they need to hear.  I am committed to helping our clients navigate the world of investment property ownership with integrity, compassion and as much humor as possible.

STEWART GUTHRIE