Robert H. and Pamela Kelsey
Robert and Pamela Kelsey published their first luxury real estate magazine in 1969, and developed what became the preeminent group of professional real estate brokers specializing in the marketing and sale of the world’s most extraordinary estates, The Estates Club, and its flagship magazine, Leading Estates of the World. This international marketing forum is devoted to luxury life at its best, as it presents the world’s newest and greatest estate offerings to an extremely discerning and sophisticated clientele.
Chris Webster founded Christopher Webster Real Estate in 1976 on the historic Plaza in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Chris, through his firm, subsequently became the exclusive affiliate of The Estates Club | Leading Estates of the World and Sotheby’s International Realty in New Mexico. In addition, Chris served on Sotheby’s International Realty’s Advisory Board for 15 years aiding their growth and development nationally and internationally. As its first ever acquisition of an affiliate company worldwide, Sotheby’s acquired Chris’ Santa Fe firm in 1998. A specialist in Santa Fe and northern New Mexico estate, ranch, and commercial properties, as well as historic haciendas and coastal estates in Mexico, and distinctive residential and resort properties in Hawai’i and western Europe, Chris has represented and sold many exclusive and extraordinary properties within the Leading Estates of the World and Sotheby’s International Realty networks.
Owen Gwyn has served the global real estate community since 1975. Art is indeed a skill acquired by experience, and his broad based experience includes service as World President of The International Real Estate Federation. Founded in Paris in 1948, this prestigious real estate network boasts members from over sixty countries, and provides international contacts from within all real property sectors. The federation is the champion of private property rights within the United Nations. A multi-state broker, and a native of North Carolina, he has serviced transactions as diverse as the rich land from which they spring. Ours is a land so rich in natural beauty that our state’s Constitution mandates us to "conserve and protect all lands and water and... to preserve as a part of the common heritage... its forests, wetlands, estuaries, beaches, historical sites, open lands, and places of beauty." Owen’s pro-activism in this regard led him to become a Charter Member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation Real Estate Program as a Certified Historic Property Specialist. The National Trust is the leader of America’s historic preservation movement in the private sector and was chartered by the U.S. Congress in 1949.