Howard  Sheckter
Realtor Associate ® BRE#00831310
Office: (760) 924-2013
Fax: (760) 923-6325

When he’s not studying the weather, you can find Howard at Coldwell Banker Mammoth Real Estate. Howard has won numerous Coldwell Banker awards for his work, including the International President’s Elite or International Presidents Circle,  every year for the past 20 years. He owes his real estate success to a committment of staying put for 36 years in the real estate business in Mammoth Lakes, a strong work ethic, and a devotion to both service and loyalty for his clients.is currently in the top 1% of the Coldwell Banker family. He owes his real estate success to staying put for 35 years in the real estate business in Mammoth Lakes, a strong work ethic, and a devotion to both service and loyalty for his clients. In doing more and more business over the years, Howard has created a team of assistants that are of the highest caliber.  He enjoys assisting buyers and sellers here,  in the most beautiful place in all of California!

Howard has frequented Mammoth since 1970 and moved here permanently in 1978. He remembers back when the only market in Mammoth was Busters, not too far from where Coldwell Banker Mammoth Real Estate is today!

He often thinks about what would have happened if Dave McCoy never surveyed water and snow for DWP in this area. Would there be a Mammoth like what we have today? Would we have this wonderful place to raise our families?

Howard‘s family was home grown from the beginning in Mammoth Lakes. Wife Donna is a nurse at Mammoth Hospital. Son Clifford will be beginning his 6th year in 2018 as a resident at Stanford in the Plastics program. Daughter Natalie is a Double Bruin with a Masters Degree and currently a practicing Clinical Social Worker at Harbor UCLA. Both son and daughter were born here and went through the Mammoth Lakes school system.

2018 is another special year for Howard, as come October, he will be celebrating 38 years of broadcasting “Good Day Eastern Sierra” on KMMT and KIBS. In that he will be turning 68 this year, More than ½ his life has been devoted to serving the Eastern Sierra with local weather reports. For Howard, this is a dream come true!