Connie is a lifelong resident of northern Michigan and has lived in Harbor Springs since 1996. She received a Bachelors of Business Administration in Management and Minors in Social Science, Marketing and Communications from Davenport College of Business in Grand Rapids, MI. Upon graduating from college, she moved back up-north where she worked in development sales and then managing a real estate office. Connie has been a licensed Realtor since 1996 and went on to earn the Graduate Realtors Institute designation (GRI) and ultimately became an Associate Broker in 2002.
Connie is married to Danny Warner and they have two sons that attend Harbor Springs Public Schools. Her husbands family has lived in Harbor Springs for generations. When Connie is not at the office or selling real estate, she can be found spending time with her family or at the sidelines during baseball, football and basketball seasons. As a family they enjoy boating, paddle boarding, gardening, hunting, snowshoeing, skiing and snowmobiling. Connie feels so blessed to live in such a great community where she never takes for granted its beauty, cleanliness or safety. She loves Harbor Springs!
Currently, Connie is the Treasurer for the Harbor Springs Area Chamber of Commerce and volunteers for school and sports functions throughout the year, as well as donating time to ring the bell at Christmas for the Salvation Army or pack back-packs for The Manna Food Project. She manages the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices - Michigan Real Estate office in Harbor Springs where she trains and motivates her agents with respect and integrity. Her agents are an extension of her family.
With Connie's love and knowledge of the area and her business education and experience , she is confident that she can make your next real estate transaction a pleasant experience.
A REALTOR is a member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION of REALTORS and subscribes to its strict Code of Ethics.
The Code establishes time-honored and baseline principles that come from the collective experiences of REALTORS® since the Code of Ethics was first established in 1913. Those principles can be loosely defined as:
Loyalty to clients;
Fiduciary (legal) duty to clients;
Cooperation with competitors;
Truthfulness in statements and advertising; and non-interference in exclusive relationships that other REALTORS® have with their clients.
To earn a designation, a REALTOR® a real estate agent has taken coursework and demonstrated specific skills, performance and knowledge in a particular area of the real estate industry