Anthony Uhor spent the earlier years of his life moving from Garden Grove, to Guam, Murphy Canyon, Tierrasanta, until finally making his way to Escondido California. As a navy brat, Anthony was able to see all different parts of the world, experiencing totally different cultures and ways of life. Some of Anthony’s favorite childhood memories consisted of life in Guam, running around barefoot, climbing coconut trees and fetching papayas for lunch. Traditional islander fiestas, frequent typhoons, and crystal blue watered beaches were everyday life.
After moving back to the states to Imperial Beach, Anthony and his family lived in the area for 3 years before moving the small retirement town of Paradise where Anthony attended Jr. High School, High School, and Some College in the neighboring town of Chico.
While living in Imperial Beach was an easy transition, Paradise had a wide range of differences, from the terrain to the lifestyle. Growing up in both coastal and mountainous areas has given Anthony a broad taste of pastimes and activities that range from surfing to snowboarding, from mountain biking to desert motocross just to name a few.
As an outdoorsman, Anthony was always great when working with his hands, which lead him into some part time work in construction and carpentry. When realizing his abilities, Anthony went on to study architecture and drafting.
Once landing in San Diego with his family, Anthony ventured further into carpentry and found that the architecture of homes and buildings truly fascinated him. When working as a carpenter for a general contractor framing custom homes, Anthony found himself moving into traveling construction work framing Motel 6s, Travelers’ Inns and Economy Inns of America. Some of Anthony’s daily duties involved space layouts, system designs and geographic challenges.
With years spent working on construction, Anthony felt that real estate could be a perfect avenue to explore further into his interests. Once licensed, Anthony joined Windermere Homes & Estates to help neighbors and friends meet and achieve their real estate dreams, one property at a time.
“Anthony’s talent in construction makes him a natural for our industry. It also makes his skill invaluable when it comes to inspections. Being able to clearly educate clients in that part of the process is valuable, and we’re looking forward to Anthony’s participation in office discussions,” says Rich Johnson, co-owner of Windermere Homes & Estates.
About Windermere Real Estate
Southern California-based Windermere Homes & Estates is the fastest growing real estate brokerage in California in 2015, according to industry magazine First Tuesday Journal. In just over 4 years, co-owners Rich Johnson and Brian Gooding have opened 18 offices and have had over 400 agents join their team. Their newest achievement, 2016 Brokerage Achievement of Excellence, was awarded to them by the San Diego Association of Realtors® (SDAR). Windermere Homes & Estates was honored to be the first recipient of the new annual SDAR Award given for standard of ethics, commitment to compliance and high regards for running their business.
Windermere Real Estate is ranked the largest regional real estate company in the Western U.S. with over 300 offices and 6,000 agents serving communities in Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Mexico. Last year, Windermere closed over 86,000 sides for more than $31.7 billion in dollar volume. The Windermere family has a proud heritage of serving our neighbors via the Windermere Foundation which funds services for low-income and homeless families. Since 1989, the Windermere Foundation has contributed more than 33 million dollars towards improving lives in the communities where we live and work. For more information, visit www.windermere.com.