Fred Stumberg

Residential and Ranch Expert

  +1 210.287.4149

  • Lives in the Hill Country, works from Hwy 281 west to Van Horn
  • Focus is on Ranches, Rural Properties and Hill Country Commercial.

Agent Profile

Fred grew up on his family's ranches around Marathon in the Big Bend country of southwest Texas.  After graduating from Texas A&M with a degree in Range Science, he worked with ranchers around San Angelo as a range and district conservationist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service.  

A large community bank headquartered in San Antonio then asked him to join its trust department to manage farm and ranch properties it held in trust.  He later joined the bank's corporate banking team and was appointed market president with responsibility for a large portion of the Texas Hill Country for more than 20 years.  During that time he served in leadership roles for many nonprofit and charitable organizations in this part of Texas. 

Following a long career with one of the finest banks in the nation, Fred decided that it was time to devote his full time to the field that he enjoys most - the real estate profession.  

Many years of experience in studying and managing land resources, financial consulting, ranching and servant leadership give him a unique perspective in helping sellers and buyers realize the full potential of real estate properties.  

Fred specializes in farms and ranches, rural and Hill Country commercial properties.  

My Name:
Fred Stumberg
Born In:
Marathon, Texas
Languages Spoken:
Marathon High School, New Mexico Military Institute and Texas A&M University
What made you decide to become a realtor?:
I've been involved with real estate in some form or fashion for most of my lifetime - and that's a pretty long while. Being a realtor is the best way to use those life experiences to help others.
What do you love most about real estate?:
Learning the story that land tells has always been a fascination - the way it was formed, what life and economy it supports, how it has been used, and what its potential might be. Developing that story with landowners and sharing it with buyers is a real hoot.
What do you do in your spare time?:
Keep the body active and mind engaged in problem solving (thinking thoughts that have never been thunk before). I also enjoy manual labor and anything to do with ranching and land improvement.
Who are your most admired personalities?:
Max Lucado, Chuck Swindoll, Augustus McRae and Woodrow Call.

What do you love about the Texas Hill Country?

The people!

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