Stu’s motto is, “Life is for living, not for saving.” Stu has always practiced the same in living his real estate career with passion. It is always his pleasure to share the Boulder and Colorado lifestyle with others.
Stu has been active in Boulder real estate sales since 1966, beginning his career with Mock Realty. In 1976, he and partner, Lew Kingdom, founded Wright Kingdom Realtors. He served as President of the Boulder Board of Realtors in 1978 and was Realtor of the Year in 1981. He holds the Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) and Certified Real Estate Broker Manager (CRB) designations.
For 52 years, Stu has been a top producer in listings and sales with areas of emphasis from first-time to move-up buyers, relocating families and corporate relocation accounts, sellers and luxury home listings, and residential development and investment partnerships. He has been a member of Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate and The Registry of Real Estate Brokers. For many years, Stu served on the Board of Directors for All Points Relocation Service and RELO, the Premier Network of Independent Brokers. He was named All Points Relocation Realtor of the Year in 1990 and 1996.
Some of Stu’s development and home building experiences include upper Table Mesa, Spanish Hills Subdivision, Devil’s Thumb Townhomes, Dennison Lane, University Hill remodels, apartment projects in Louisville and University Hill, Copperfield at Arapahoe Ridge, Newlands Subdivision, Bungalows at Mapleton, and numerous custom and semi-custom homes throughout Boulder and Boulder County.
Stu’s past local community activities include City of Boulder Open Space Board of Trustees, Colorado Music Festival, Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra, and Open Arts. He is currently in his fifth year as a Trustee at Frasier Meadows Retirement Community.
His personal interests are long distance cycling, fly fishing, international travel, enjoying Colorado, and reading. He has three sons and seven grandchildren, all whom live in Colorado.
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