After studying mathematics at the University of Vermont, William started his professional career in 1968, writing computer software at IBM Burlington. In 1987, he took his skills to “The City”, working for various financial firms, including Morgan Stanley.
In 2001 William returned to the Adirondack Region of New York State, his childhood home, starting a new career in real estate.
William still has an active broker’s license in New York, but now also holds a Texas real estate license, he is fast becoming a huge fan of the Texas Hill Country Lifestyle. With a new SRES® [Seniors Real Estate Specialist] designation, his focus is now on meeting the needs of Buyers in the 50+ age range as they “transition” through the various unique and often challenging choices we all face regarding where we call home later in life.
“…use his services again.”
“He was very easy to work with, returned phone calls promptly and always answered questions. I lived out of town and he made the selling process easy. I would certainly use his services again.” – J.G.
“…better than we ever imagined.”
“William McHone was tireless in showing us possible second homes and after looking at a dozen or so over a period of 16 months we found a place that has turned out to be better than we ever imagined.”– C.R.
“…professional …easy-going personality”
“I highly recommend William if you’re planning to sell/buy a new home. He has many years of experience, is professional and has an easy-going personality. A win-win!”
“…I couldn’t be happier.”
“William McHone helped me sell my farmhouse and I couldn’t be happier. From the start he took care of all matters: from minor repairs (even finding people he knew were reliable) to open house-baking cookies for the potential buyers.”
The Kerrville Folk Festival is a music festival held for 18 consecutive days in the late spring/early summer at Quiet Valley Ranch near Kerrville, Texas. In past years, the event has also featured well known artists, including Peter, Paul and Mary, Lyle Lovett, Willie Nelson, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Robert Earl Keen, Lucinda Williams, and Nanci Griffith.
— Kerrville Folk Festival