Bill Potter Realty

Our Team

 
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Wil Potter

Wil Potter is a second generation Realtor and has lived in St. George for over 30 years. Specializing in selling bank owned homes, second homes, condos, new construction and residential property in Washington County. Wil is a top producing St. George Real Estate broker and owner of Bill Potter Realty a family run business since 1981.

Wil is an expert when it comes to the communities that allow nightly/weekly rentals.  Bill Potter Realty has been selling vacation condos in St. George since the early 1980’s. Let his experience help you find that perfect home or condo.  Bill Potter Realty uses professional state of-the-art techniques specializing in the marketing, listing and selling luxury homes, residential communities, condominiums, home sites, and investment property. Bill Potter Realty maintains a full-time staff of real estate professionals who strive to provide quality service for their clients.

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Rich Potter

Richard C. Potter “Rich” was born and raised in St. George, Utah and is happily married with three children. After returning home from a South America Venezuela-North LDS mission, he began his next chapter with the locally owned and family operated real estate brokerage “Bill Potter Realty." His keen attention to detail has helped him accomplish many years of successful St. George real estate. Through representing multiple banks through the great recession of 2009-2013, he was able to learn how to acquire, renovate, and manage multiple properties at any given time. He specializes in helping you find the perfect home or investment and specifically focuses on each and every aspect of the transaction. Through purchasing many personal and investment St. George properties himself, Rich has gained major trust in the Southern Utah market. He believes in supporting the local community and is proud to be the Broker of a locally owned and independent brokerage. He believes in working closely with clients and dedicating the time necessary to ensure the clients best interest. Expect a trustworthy broker who is loyal to his clients and has the  utmost respect and integrity. 

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Syndi Potter

As a life long resident of Washington County, Syndi Potter offers in-depth knowledge of the local real estate market, as well as of the area’s schools, services, cultural and recreational activities as the “Downtown Expert.” In addition, her enthusiasm for helping people find or sell their homes abounds whether the transaction is a first time home buyer or a couple divorcing and selling to move on. “I’m not doing this solely for the commissions,” Syndi says. “I believe after traveling the world and becoming aware that many countries don’t allow the freedom to purchase land or homes, I am literally honored to assist people in achieving the most prized possession one can acquire, a place to call home.”

Syndi acquired her passion for homes and real estate at an early age. Her father is an investor who regularly continues to purchase, sell and resell homes, and her mother is talented artist. As a Realtor, she has seen her hobbies and passion combine to become her career. Spending much time with her brothers who are realtors, most extracurricular events consist of real estate! 

Syndi’s clients and colleagues alike appreciate her honesty, integrity, organizational skills, and ability to negotiate win-win transactions. She excelled in the Mediation training at the UCCR where she obtained her Mediation Certificate when volunteering as a mediator at the Washington County School District Truancy Program. Her mediation experience has lead her to specialize in court order sales of divorcing couples. Her open minded, “eliminate the box,” mentality has assisted many divorcing families sell or save their investments during difficult times. 

She is known as well for her intuition and compassion, which translate into her natural ability to put clients first, and to a dedication to giving back to her community. She spent three years volunteering in Haiti, and Ethiopia. Having four children and an overall love of children, she also contributes to Ethiopian Hope Arising Foundation and The Foundation For Children in Need.

“Homeownership is a more than an investment, owning a home is the right by which God founded this great country.”

Chris Potter

Chris Potter was born in St George and grew up in the real estate business.  He has spent his entire life in the St George area with the exception of living in Mexico City serving an LDS mission, and shortly after living in Northern Utah for 5 years while single. He is second generation with his father starting his real estate career in the 1970s.  Bill Potter Realty was established in 19?? and has been well recognized for the last 3+ decades.  Chris was interested in real estate in his early 20's, and decided to follow in his father's footsteps.  After working various jobs and as a poor, young college student, he saved enough money to buy his first property and rented out the other bedroom to help pay the mortgage while going to school.  After a year and a half he sold that property and made a decent return so he decided to do it again.  He bought a large twin home by the mouth of Big Cottonwood canyon and rented out 3 rooms in that home to pay the mortgage and rented it nightly to skiers in the ski season.  During the time he owned this home, the market exploded and was able to make a very healthy return.  Returning home to St George, Chris started investing in real estate as the St George market started to heat up and was able to keep doing well.  Since this time the market has been up, down, and now back up, but Chris has continued to buy and sell real estate for himself and for clients.  He currently has a wife, 3 children, and has another on the way while living in the quiet area of Santa Clara.  Between listing homes, helping clients purchase homes, and selling his own investments, Chris has become familiar with every area in Washington County and most of Salt Lake County.  There almost isn't a street that he hasn't driven on and could name almost any subdivision off the top of his head including new construction areas.