Herb Young, Broker
Raised in a home with a father who was a successful farm and ranch broker and a mother in the banking industry, it was a natural progression for me to choose real estate. I received my license just after my 18th birthday and then my broker’s license in 1995. As a native Texan, I grew up in central Texas, went to college in San Marcos, and have lived at Canyon Lake for over 30 years. I raised my family here. That means I not only know the area and its history very well, I also have a vested interested in its growth and future. My career has included residential and commercial real estate, ranch purchases, land development, new home construction, and raw land sales. I guess I could honestly say that real estate has been my life’s work. There is value in working with a real estate professional who is experienced in real estate transactions, but it is crucial to work with someone who knows the area you are considering. I work where I live. Although the real estate market has been up and down over the years, I have never regretted my decision to be a realtor and broker. It has allowed me to work with people who have or are about to pursue the American dream of property ownership. I am proud to be the owner of StoneWater Real Estate and be able to work daily with clients who love the Texas Hill Country as much as I do.
Dorothy Young, Realtor
After serving as an officer in the US Army and working as an RN for over 35 years, I decided to earn my real estate license and actively join my husband and StoneWater Real Estate. With a long work history of assisting others as they navigated stressful life situations, it was a simple transition to continue customer centered service for one of the most joyful experiences in a family’s life. Property ownership and freedom go hand in hand and it my pleasure to share that experience with our clients. Between the 2 of us, Herb and I strive to be readily available to you as we offer a guiding hand for the fulfillment of a family’s dream and bear witness to the joy exhibited when a person is able to finally say “that piece of property is mine!”.