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Greg Gunter

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Gregory Gunter or Greg Gunter, widely known in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico as The Dream Pro,[1][2][3] is a real estate broker,[4] international property specialist,[5][4][6] business owner,[7] retail real estate developer,[8][9] author,[10][11] and former architect.[5] He is the Broker and Owner of the first and flagship office in Mexico for the real estate brokerage Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices (BHHS),[4][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19] part of Home Services of America real estate brand, a division of the Warren Buffett led company Berkshire Hathaway, that was publicly announced as the top-ranked real estate company globally in 2019. Gunter was Mexico's only real estate broker member of the now-defunct Forbes Real Estate Council,[12] ; is a member of the invitation-only Elite 100 Agents alongside fellow member Josh Flagg from Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles; is the region's exclusive member of the real estate lifestyle group Haute Residence,[20] a division of Haute Living, an exclusive member of Who's Who in Luxury Real Estate,[1] and a Guild member of the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing.[4] His most famous luxury listing is the $6,995,000 Starchitect Casa Legorreta estate, designed by internationally renowned AIA Gold Medal winner Ricardo Legorreta.[21][22][23][24][25][26]

Gregory Gunter

Early life and education[edit]

Gunter received his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Arkansas in 1981, where he studied under E. Fay Jones, an AIA Gold Medal winner. He completed his MBA in Real Estate and Finance[5][4] from the University of Colorado in 1986.[22][26]

At fifteen, Gunter started selling homes for his father's construction business and helped custom-build the houses they had pre-sold.


In 1974, Gunter initiated his career as a home builder.[2][20]

Gunter split his professional career between residential and commercial development. After earning his real estate MBA. from the University of Colorado, he invested a quarter of a century in residential and commercial retail real estate. His career began as a residential architect for the Denver subsidiary of Arizona production home building company American Continental Homes, led by Charles Keating. He later transitioned to retail development with Vancouver-based Pan Pacific Development Company. Later with Trizechahn Development, now known as Trizec Properties, he was on the development team responsible for landmark U.S. retail projects, including the Academy Awards venue previously known as Hollywood & Highland, now named Ovation Hollywood.[2][4][20]

He later co-founded San Diego-based retail development services firm 3rd Works,[27][28] involved with developing internationally renowned U.S. shopping meccas, including The Forum Shops at Caesars in Las Vegas to the Houston Galleria, also known as The Galleria, housing luxury tenants such as Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Gucci, and other premier brands.[2][4][20]

Gunter opened Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colonial Homes San Miguel as Mexico's first and flagship office for the Warren Buffett-led brand in 2020.[5][16][20][29][22][23][25][26] Having opened Mexico's first office for Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, he is one of only seven to-date Luxury Collection Realtors among the brand's 150,000 Realtors to be profiled on the firm's international Luxury Collection website.[30]

Gunter's architectural background offers his luxury collection clients a unique insight into the business, legal, and lifestyle aspects of San Miguel de Allende, along with his personal experience of having designed and built his own Spanish Colonial home in San Miguel, featured in the April 2007 issue of International Living magazine,[31] and a $2.6MM Umbrian-style farmhouse in western Colorado inspired by Under the Tuscan Sun author Frances Mayes. His Colorado home was awarded Colorado Home of the Year by Colorado Homes & Lifestyles magazine and featured in the Wall Street Journal and The Denver Post.[2][4][20][32]

On November 16, 2020, Gunter participated virtually for the first time as the Luxury Specialist from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties at the company's annual luxury event.[33] The same year, on November 18, he appeared as the panelist on the webinar Around the Globe with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices organized by BHHS.[34] In November 2022, he spoke at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties LUX 2022 event in Palos Verdes, California.

In March 2023, Gunter became the San Miguel de Allende, an exclusive member of Haute Residence, a luxe Haute Living digital platform for luxury real estate and interior design connoisseurs.[14][35] Since August 2020, he and his real estate firm also represent the exclusive membership of Who's Who in Luxury Real Estate for San Miguel de Allende.[36]

He had been a former board member and current supporter of several local charities.[2][20]

Gunter has been internationally quoted as a real estate expert in several publications, including Forbes,[37][38] The Wall St. Journal,[13] Mansion Global,[13] Dirt,[39] Unique Homes,[40][41] Prestige Magazine,[42] Next Avenue,[43] New York Post,[7][44] International Living, and The Daily Beast.[2][4][7][20][45]

He was named an RISMedia 2021 Real Estate Newsmaker.[16] He is one of the only two local Realtors chosen to represent San Miguel's Realtor market in the internationally published e-magazine Overseas Retirement Letter, a Live and Invest Overseas publication.[7][46] He was also the only Realtor invited from San Miguel de Allende to speak at eBay's 2017 InCON Real Estate Conference in Mexico City.[2][4][20]

Beyond being a Realtor, Gunter also serves as an Amazon-listed political thriller novelist,[2][4][20] marketing and P.R. consultant, and a magazine writer. He has penned social columns for the local bilingual newspaper, Atención,[2] and writes for several acclaimed newspapers and magazines, including Mexico News Daily.[47][48]

Gunter has sat on the board of and continues to support local NGOs like Patronato Pro Niños, Casita Linda, and Pro Musica, among others, supporting causes ranging from children’s health care to housing the homeless, to scholarships for budding classical musicians.[24]


  • Mexico's only member of the now-defunct Forbes Real Estate Council[3]
  • Exclusive member for San Miguel de Allende of Haute Residence[20]
  • Exclusive member for San Miguel de Allende of Who's Who in Luxury Real Estate
  • Broker and Owner of the first and flagship office in Mexico for Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices[3][6]
  • #1 Realtor within a prior #1-ranked franchise office all of Mexico[3][6][23]
  • #2 Realtor nationwide in Mexico's largest franchise[3][5][6][12][21][23][24]
  • ILHM Certified Luxury Home Marketing Guild member[2][3][6][23]
  • Certified Luxury Collection Realtor[3][6]
  • Certified Global Luxury specialist[23]
  • International President's Circle, Diamond Society, and Sterling Society winner[3][6]
  • CIPS® designation, an National Association of Realtors (NAR) Certified International Property Specialist[2][3]

Personal life[edit]

Since 2009, Gunter has resided in San Miguel de Allende.[2][4][20][49][50][23][24][26]

He speaks two languages: English and Spanish.[6]


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