Steve Weber

Stephen T. Weber, Real Estate Salesperson

Steve Weber is a Licensed Real Estate salesperson excited about continuing a decades-old family tradition of real estate service in the Delmar and Capital Region. After a successful, 20+ year career in equity and fixed income sales with C.L. King & Associates, Steve is getting back to his real estate roots with Gabler Realty.

“My family has always been involved in real estate. My father, Bill Weber, and his brother Fred were builders in Delmar and later in their careers owned Pagano/Weber Real Estate. As a kid, I enjoyed going to building sites with my dad and helping out where I could. After college, I earned my real estate license but decided to pursue a career in finance. Now I’m excited to get back to my roots in real estate in the town I grew up in.”

As a growing entrepreneur, Steve is focused on bringing his financing skills and welcoming personality to his neighbors and clients. Those that know Steve well, describe him as honest and dependable, with a moral compass that any client and friend will benefit from.

“In addition to my well-developed understanding of the real estate market here in my lifelong home, my clients can expect me to bring a superior attention to technical, legal, and compliance details. I believe my 20+ years of experience in the financial services industry will be a great asset to my clients during one of their largest, most important transactions.”

To grow his real estate business, Steve has partnered with Gabler Realty for our “energy and passion” and “affinity for technology, innovation, and marketing prowess in the real estate field.” With the support of his wife, Tammy, his three children, and a multitude of personal, local connections, Steve is ready to provide incredible service for any and every real estate need!


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