Agent/Broker at STEINBORN / TCN Commercial Real Estate in Las Cruces, NM
180-023-4339 [Toll Free]
Born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Tom Whatley has a passion for the area. Prior to real estate, Whatley owned a successful multi-million dollar RV Dealership right here in Las Cruces for thirteen years. Having raised two daughters of his own, Whatley appreciates the town’s strong sense of community. As an active member of the community, Whatley functioned as the Chairman on the City of Las Cruces Fourth of July committee for six of the thirteen years he served, he was the head GusBuster (referee) for the Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament, an avid volleyball and track dad at Onate High School, and was member of the Presidents Associates Scholars board at New Mexico State University. He is also a graduate of the Leadership of New Mexico class of 1998. He enjoys spends his time playing golf year around, and traveling to visit family, including his two beautiful grandchildren.
Having over nine years of licensed real estate sales experience, he specializes in commercial, residential, and business real estate. His achievements in the real estate business include, but are not limited to REALTOR of the Year in 2011, from the Las Cruces Association of Realtors and the Peggy Comeau Leadership Award in 2014, from the Realtors Association of New Mexico. He has a passion for raising the bar in real estate education, having continued his own education to include the following designations and national certifications: AHWD® SRES® GREEN® SFR® CDPE® RSPS®. Tom Whatley is more than prepared to assist you with any real estate needs you may have.
Working in Commercial Real Estate since 2006, Catylist Member since 2008
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New Mexico: Las Cruces
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New Mexico Real Estate License: NM #43638
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