Real Estate Advisor
Chris has enjoyed broad life experiences with a fascinating international background including residences in Manila (Philippines), Lausanne (Switzerland), Palo Alto (California), the North Shore of Oahu (Hawaii), and the Washington D.C. metro area in Potomac (Maryland), prior to moving to Park City, Utah in August 2000.
Corporate and international work experience ranging from careers with Price Waterhouse (International Tax), Drexel Burnham Lambert (Wall Street), and Oracle Corporation (National and International Sales, Sales Management, and Global Strategic Alliance Management). Additionally, Chris as Founder and Managing Partner of The Weigert Group were top producers at Summit Sotheby’s International Realty in 2009.
Well known and respected for his work ethic, commitment to his client’s success, honesty, market knowledge, attention to detail and service, Chris advises and represents both buyers and sellers of distinguished resort and investment properties.
Recognized as a trusted advisor, Chris continues his commitment to serving clients globally for all of their property, yachting, aviation, and concierge management requirements through the Engel & Völkers global network.
Fortunate in having U.S., Swiss, and German citizenships, Chris speaks French as a second language.
Chris was the proud recipient of the Palo Alto, California Board of Realtors Academic Scholarship for his scholastic performance during high school. A double major with honors (cum laude) in Accounting and Business Management at Brigham Young University. During his senior year, Chris also served as the University Ombudsman in an appointed student body officer position. Chris has been a member of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Alumni Association since 1999.
With a special affinity for the Park City lifestyle, the French and Swiss Alps (Chamonix, Saas-Fee, and Zermatt being among his favorites), Chris can provide the necessary guidance.
Chris is eager to provide the absolutely best service, representation, and experience you can imagine.
“Always at your service.” I would have it no other way!