Gary Schneidmiller, the owner and designated broker of the company, enjoys a real estate career spanning more than 35 years. He has earned one of the most respected names in the real estate industry, embracing the foundational tenant of honesty and integrity in all things. His belief in "doing the right thing" permeates all of his business and personal practices.
Gary views Coldwell Banker as a family company known for leadership, opportunity and, innovation. He requires that managers maintain active real estate licenses, although none are allowed to list and or sell in direct competition with the sales agents at Coldwell Banker. The company is truly the only significant "non-compete" brokerage active in the North Idaho real estate market. "Being licensed keeps our managers always aware of the most current regulations and priorities, but we do not compete with our associates in any way. We are here to support and serve them, enabling our Associates to do their very best. We do not want anyone to be concerned that management is competing for their hard earned business or clients". With decades of experience and a stellar reputation, Gary has become a renowned industry veteran who is routinely sought for his expert opinion on a variety of real estate matters. To that end, Gary participates in large office group of the top 25 Coldwell Banker companies nationwide. "This organization of Coldwell Banker CEOs network and share strategies with one another. I am continually grateful that we carry the same flag but in different markets. This group is simply the best of the business and I am honored to be a part of the organization."
Gary is a graduate of Washington State University with a BA in business and an MA in Agricultural Economics. Gary served for over 20 years on the National Board and National Foundation Board of his college fraternity. He is an avid football & basketball fan and is an influential alumni donor and supporter of WSU. He currently serves on the Board of Governors of the WSU Foundation, the WSU Athletic Advisory Board and many other Washington State initiatives. A founder of Community First Bank, he currently serves as an active bank board member. A life long resident of Post Falls, he has served on the Idaho Real Estate Commission, the Kootenai Hospital Foundation, the Jobs Plus Board, the Concerned Business of North Idaho Board, as well as other numerous local, regional and national organizations.