Not many 29-year-olds have worked in the same business for 13 years and excelled so admirably. But this go-getter was destined for real estate success. In high school, Warren worked as a real estate assistant. He obtained his license at 19 and sold real estate while a full-time student at Mississippi State University. After graduating in 1998 with a degree in marketing, he worked for his father’s door business but continued to sell real estate on the side. After two years, he knew real estate was the career for him. Last year he closed 96 transactions and had sales of $10.4 million.
Staying in touch: About 350 contacts receive Warren’s tip-filled quarterly newsletter and new listings e-mail. He mails birthday cards to past and potential clients and works with relocation companies to expand his sphere of influence.
Giving back: Warren is the current president of the Northeast Mississippi Board of REALTORS®. He also volunteers at Tupelo’s New Beginnings child-adoption organization.