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July 22, 2020
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WHITE-SPUNNER REALTY’S WOMACK EARNS BALDWIN CERTIFICATION

Tracy Womack with White-Spunner Realty recently earned a new classification as a Certified Baldwin Realtor Specialist for the Eastern Shore, according to a media release.

Selection for the inaugural program was through a competitive application process, which included analyzing customer and broker recommendations, volume of annual real estate sales and number of years in the profession.

To receive the certification, participants took part in three days of training, supplemented by online coursework covering, among other topics, Fairhope’s single tax colony, Baldwin County school districts and ongoing growth of Eastern Shore neighborhoods.

“We are very proud of Tracy’s latest accomplishment,” Matt White, president of White-Spunner Realty, said. “Her new certification involved rigorous training and she continues to display active dedication to her profession.”

A Daphne resident, Womack has been a member of White-Spunner Realty since 2008. She has 16 years of real estate experience and earned a degree in business from the University of Mobile.


June 25, 2020
Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce

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White-Spunner Realty is pleased to announce that Katherine White-Spunner has joined the firm as a business analyst. She accepted a position with the real-estate team in June 2020.


June 18, 2020
Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce

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White-Spunner Realty Expands Team with New Controller Clint Graben. Mobile, Al-based White-Spunner Realty is pleased to announce that Clint Graben has …


June 12, 2020
Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce

White-Spunner Realty’s Tracy Womack in First Class to Earn …
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Tracy Womack of White-Spunner Realty is among the first class of seventeen real estate professionals who earned the designation as a …

Sandy StimpsonGood evening,

It is 9:45 p.m. on Wednesday, July 1 and I am writing to give you an update on the City of Mobile’s efforts regarding COVID-19.

For the second day in a row, we participated in a lengthy meeting of the Mobile City Council to discuss an ordinance that would require the use of face coverings in the City of Mobile. The ordinance was approved by a 6-1 vote after nearly three hours of debate.

We are working to incorporate some of the amendments made to the ordinance, which will take effect Friday and remain in place for 30 days. We will have more details to share tomorrow, including a list of frequently asked questions.

Basically, the ordinance requires citizens to wear a mask when in public places where social distancing cannot be maintained. There are exceptions for children under the age of 10, for outdoor activities in parks and for people who may experience a physical or mental health risk as a result of wearing a mask.

A copy of the ordinance is available by clicking here. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to reply by email and we will do our best to get you a quick response.

The ordinance carries a fine of $50 for a first offense and $100 for each subsequent offense. But our goal is not to write tickets. It’s to educate and encourage the use of masks. So, today I announced that the city is making masks available to any citizen who needs one.

We have 14,000 masks currently available at any of our police precincts or at Mobile Police headquarters on Government Street. We have another 10,000 masks on order and should have those available by the end of this week.

As we’ve all seen, there are too many instances of people disregarding the CDC guidelines, and as a result we are exposing too many of our citizens to the virus. This is the problem we are trying to solve.

I want to thank the City Council for their commitment to the safety of our citizens. This is the fundamental job of government.

Today, we recorded 62 new cases of COVID-19 in Mobile County, pushing our cumulative total to 3,725. We have a total of 299 who have been hospitalized and 136 who have died. There are 2,036 who are presumed recovered.

These are challenging and stressful times for all of us. It is natural for us to worry. But God tells us not to worry, to trust in Him knowing that He is ever present. His angels are there to guard us, and his Holy Spirit is there to guide us.

If you are worried tonight, I encourage you to spend a few minutes in prayer. Take courage that evil is ultimately conquered. We may experience strife and pain, but have faith that our future rewards are great.

Focus on helping those around you who may be vulnerable or in need. By loving our neighbors, we will emerge from this crisis stronger than ever as a community.

Sincerely,

Mayor Sandy Stimpson

MOBILE, Ala. (JUNE 25, 2020) — White-Spunner Realty is pleased to announce that Katherine White-Spunner has joined the firm as a business analyst. She accepted a position with the real-estate team in June 2020. 

Katherine White-Spunner

A licensed real estate agent, White-Spunner previously worked as the Acquisitions Manager for Move it Management in Dallas, Texas, and assisted as the firm, formerly known as Watson & Taylor Real Estate, held an initial public offering (IPO).

“Katherine’s experience in both the real estate and investment market will be an asset to the White-Spunner Realty team here on the upper Gulf Coast.” said Matt White, President of White-Spunner Realty.  “Her skills and abilities are a great fit for our firm as we continue to seek new investment opportunities for our trusted clients.”   (Photo: Katherine White-Spunner)

While in Dallas, White-Spunner identified new business investment opportunities, sourced the projects then vetted the properties: “I learned and grew a great deal in my previous job. I was able to take ownership in my role as I took on more responsibility in the acquisition and disposition process,” she said. From 2013 to 2020, she facilitated in expanding the Texas-based company’s portfolio from 1,750,000 square feet to 5,264,000 square feet. White-Spunner also participated in the sourcing of more than $270 million of invested capital. She will continue to maintain ownership and relationship with her previous employer. 

In her new position, White-Spunner will be charged with, among other responsibilities, strengthening investor relationships through increased communication, analyzing, and improving existing property performance, and vetting new investment opportunities for White-Spunner Realty clients and its investment division.

A certified real estate analyst (CRE), White-Spunner earned a degree in business administration and management from Auburn University’s Raymond J. Harbert College of Business. Active in community service projects, she volunteered at the Wesley Rankin Community Center and the Stewpot Second Chance Cafe in Dallas. While attending the Upper Room church in Dallas, White-Spunner led a Bible study and is making plans to do the same on the Eastern Shore of Baldwin County.

Tracy WomackFAIRHOPE, Alabama (JUNE 12, 2020)Tracy Womack of White-Spunner Realty is among the first class of seventeen real estate professionals who earned the designation as a Baldwin Realtor Certified Specialist for the Eastern Shore.

Selection for the inaugural program was through a competitive application process, which included customer and broker recommendations, volume of annual sales and number of years in the profession. To receive the certification, participants took part in three days of in-person training supplemented by online course work to ensure that those who completed the program exhibited the expertise needed on topics including Fairhope’s single tax colony, various school districts and developing Eastern Shore neighborhoods. (Photo: Tracy Womack)

“We are very proud of Tracy’s latest accomplishment,” said Matt White, President of White-Spunner Realty. “Her new certification involved rigorous training. She continues to display active dedication to her profession and her clients that truly exemplifies the White-Spunner Realty commitment to excellence that began 66 years ago.”

Womack has been a member of the White-Spunner Realty team since 2008. As a relocation expert with 16 years of real estate experience, she specializes in residential resale and new construction, as well as commercial development, and sales in Mobile and Baldwin counties on the Alabama Gulf Coast. She earned a degree in business from the University of Mobile. A native of Baldwin County, Womack grew up in Spanish Fort and now calls Daphne home.

“The idea behind this certification is to enhance the level of professionalism within our field,” said Womack, an active member of the Baldwin Realtors association. “Professional development allows me to always provide the best service and skills to my clients. That is what they deserve and that is why they trust me.”

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MOBILE, Ala. (June 17, 2020) — Mobile, Al-based White-Spunner Realty is pleased to announce that Clint Graben has joined the firm as controller on June 1, 2020.

An accountant, Graben previously worked in Birmingham, Al with Bayer Properties, LLC., a comprehensive real estate firm whose services include data-driven leasing, merchandising and marketing; property management; investment; asset management; development; construction and tenant coordination. He also served from 2012 to 2018 in the Alabama Army National Guard’s 1/167th Infantry Battalion as an infantry unit logistics and supply specialist based in Talladega, Alabama.

“We’re delighted to welcome Clint Graben to our team,” said Matt White, president of White-Spunner Realty. “His military background and previous experience as a property accountant will translate well into his new position. With 66 years of experience in commercial and residential sales and leasing, White-Spunner looks forward to the continued expansion of our staff to serve clients along the Alabama and Florida Gulf Coast.”

Graben earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2016. He is a member of Shriners International, a fraternity that supports Shriners Hospitals for Children.

“White-Spunner Realty has an excellent reputation,” Graben said. “I look forward to continuing to build on the successful relationships the team has fostered during more than half a century in business.” (Photo: Clint Graben)

Graben and his wife, Kayla, have one son, Price. A native of Birmingham, Graben recently moved to Baldwin County’s Fairhope community. Making his home in south Alabama was a dream come true. “I’ve always wanted to live near the coast,” he said. “This is a wonderful place to bring up children.”

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MOBILE, Ala. (July 9, 2018) – White-Spunner Realty is pleased to announce the expansion of its residential sales team with the addition of Wyndy Grice.

A licensed real estate agent, Grice is a former small business owner who believes great customer service starts with making the process of buying and selling property as stress-free as possible.

“We are delighted to welcome Wyndy Grice to our Baldwin County team,” said Bowen Weir, Managing Director, White-Spunner Realty – Eastern Shore. “Her background and personality make her a great fit for our company. With 64 years of experience in commercial and residential sales and leasing, we look forward to the continued expansion of our staff to serve clients along the Gulf Coast.”

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MOBILE, Ala. (July 1, 2019) – “A little bit of rain couldn’t stop us from having some fishing fun! On Saturday June 29, we held our annual fishing day for the Boys & Girls Clubs of South Alabama. The kids (and captains!) had a GREAT time and caught a good bit of fish!

The kids kept big smiles on their faces the whole day—whether they were riding boats, holding a prized fish, or playing games outside in the rain.

Each year, once the boats come in and everyone has had their lunch, we have a guest speaker share a biblical message with the kids. The kids not only have a great morning on the water but receive a valuable lesson to carry home after a long day of fun.

We would like to say a huge THANK YOU to all of our sponsors of the event:

Weeks Bay Foundation allowed us to use their beautiful facility.
Chick-fil-A provided a wonderful lunch for everyone involved.
Wilkins Miller LLC funded our boats’ snacks, drinks, sunscreen, etc.
USA Wesley Foundation provided games to play before lunch time.

Also a big THANK YOU to White-Spunner Construction, Inc. for co-hosting the event with us.

The kids loved every second and we are looking forward to next year!”

MOBILE, Ala. (October 11, 2018) — White-Spunner Realty (WSR) is pleased to announce the addition of Emily Hatcher as an associate realtor with the Mobile, Ala.-based firm. 

Hatcher graduated from the University of Mobile, working in banking for several years before transitioning to real estate. She also served in the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce’s membership division, gaining a deeper understanding of the city’s thriving business landscape.

“We are delighted to welcome Emily to our team,” said Mike Reid, WSR Qualifying Broker.  “Her open communication style and ability to truly listen makes her a great fit for White-Spunner Realty.”  

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