Charles CornwellSterling

RE/MAX Regency

Bio

Chuck and his wife Helen began their real estate careers in 1985 and 1987, respectively.  In 1992, after a number of years of success in real estate, they took their business to the next level with the formation of RE/MAX Regency.   This move allowed for continued growth, not only in their business, but also in their personal knowledge and experience.  In today’s market, home sellers need every possible competitive advantage, and this includes having an experienced team leader, such as Chuck, on their side.

Chuck and Helen have received many accolades for their service, experience, and helping people obtain their dreams over the years.  Just a few of the accolades and awards include being named Rookie Broker/Owners of the year to being named a RE/MAX “Great Office” and being honored as the Broker of the Year by both RE/MAX and the Association of REALTORS numerous times.

Chuck also serves the real estate industry, including all REALTORS in the area, even his competitors, by volunteering and serving the Association of REALTORS.  These volunteer positions include many committees and the Associations Board of Directors.   Chuck just recently completed a term serving as the Association of REALTORS President.

Over Chuck’s years in real estate, Billions of Dollars of real estate sales has crossed his desk.  But even with this level of experience, Chuck has to attend more training than ever before.  Just as time does not stand still, neither does the real estate industry.  In 1999, Chuck and Helen obtained their title insurance agent license, adding yet another level of knowledge, service and experience for their clients.  This level of knowledge and understanding of the real estate transaction is extremely rare for a real estate agent, and is just one additional benefit you have working with us on your real estate needs.

Community is also important.  Chuck and Helen live in the community we serve.  We have volunteered time and donations to many area organizations, including leading the company in raising the roof for a Habitat for Humanity family.

Even with all these items tugging on the limited hours in a day, Chuck knows that the most important item on is daily agenda is the time to talk with his clients, helping them to strategize the right path for his clients.

On the personal side, Chuck and Helen have two children who they have raised in Fauquier County.  Currently, their oldest, Kenny, is attending Valley Forge Christian College in Pennsylvania studying to become a youth pastor.  Christine is a student at Fauquier High School and she loves her time spent with her friends in the Marching Band.

Charles Cornwell