I have lived in the hill country, for sixteen consecutive years, but I lived in San Marcos while attending Texas State University. All in all, twenty years of my life have been spent enjoying the treasures and beauty of the Texas Hill Country. I was raised in a small town in north east Texas named Uncertain, I was one of the two hundred people that inhabited the surrounding area of Caddo Lake. East Texas has my childhood memories but "The Hills" have my interest at heart. I am involved in many local organizations that are dedicated to improving our ability to grow as a Community and a State. I enjoy showing buyers the many homes and benefits of living in Wimberley, Texas, here in the Hill Country. I will be work with you in determining if you will be well suited to living here in this lovely community and if it fits the needs of you and your family. I am very involved in the Community, and I know many people who will happily help you settle right in. I list homes too; with a large franchise like CENTURY 21, a home listed travels to web sites far and wide to regions all over the world. CENTURY 21 has international offices and believe it or not, we are receiving international visitors all the time. If you must leave us and make a move elsewhere, please allow me to help you say good bye. If you are purchasing here, please allow me to assist you in your quest for a perfect piece of the hill country sky. I look forward to giving you my full attention and helping you with all your moving needs in order to make this a smooth transition. Please email or call for an appointment today. As an agent who's an expert in this local area, I bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise about buying and selling real estate here. It's not the same everywhere, so you need someone you can trust for up-to-date information. I am eager to serve you.
Scott Stribling is from College Station and is a graduate of Texas A&M University. He is married to Shelley and they have three children: Madeline, Anna, and Samuel. He serves on the Georgetown ISD School Board, an active member of his church, and is an active promoter of economic development in Georgetown.