My name is Graham Winchester and I am a lifelong, proud Memphian. My parents are Rick and Cindy Winchester, an attorney and a retired teacher. I graduated from St. George’s Independent School in 2006 and then attended college at the University of Tennessee and University of Memphis. In college I studied communications and jazz music/studio music. I have always played drums, piano and bass in bands around town, and that landed me a job at Sun Studio where I’ve worked as a tour guide both full/part time for 5 years. Real estate has always fascinated me, and I’ve always been obsessed with Memphis housing and history, so it was nice to get connected with Joel via a live performance at Railgarten in midtown. I got my license in September and have been working part time at Sun Studio, running an indie record label I started, and now helping my clients buy or sell their home. I’m happy to be a part of the Hobson family and can’t wait to see what’s in store!
“The work that Graham has done on our behalf has not only been excellent, but above and beyond the norm. In other words, phenomenal! He has been our “boots on the ground!” We are eternally grateful. We have Celine and Zane to thank for hooking us up with Graham. He is also a gifted musician who is connected to the Memphis music scene.” - Ken and Christine Bower
"It was a real pleasure working with Graham Winchester. We were purchasing a home for our son, and we wanted to find him a home not too far from us, and not too far from where he would be attending medical school. Graham worked closely with us, not only identifying many homes in our price range, but also pointing out potential problems and issues with certain houses. We really felt like he treated us like family. When we found the right home, there was an offer deadline only a few hours away, and he was able to complete the urgent paper work to get our offer sent and accepted. I would gladly work with Graham again and recommend him very highly to any home buyer. Although he did not sell a home for us, I would gladly use him if we were to ever sell."