"Honored to be your realtor"

Charles Tupper, Realtor

Your White Mountains of Arizona Realtor Specialist

Military Relocation Professional ® Certification

Office (928) 537-1374

Cell: (928)-242-2720

2450 S. White Mountain Road Show Low, AZ 85901

About Our Show Low Realtor Team


7- Reasons to List Your Home with Us

  1. You have experts in the local inventory.
  2. You have agents making it their purpose finding your "Dream Home."
  3. You will be matched with professional lenders.
  4. You will be assisted through the entire process.
  5. You will have REALTORS dedicating themselves to making it easier for you.
  6. We want you satisfied with the largest purchase of your life.
  7. You will have two experienced negotiators available to your needs.

Charles Tupper

Born in Anchorage, Alaska, but grew up in the Los Angeles, California. I always had a love for flying and attended Mount San Antonio College earning my AS in Commercial Flight and my private pilot’s license. I worked three jobs to pay my way and was involved with the school’s flying team where I was nicknamed “Slow Flight Tupper.”

I joined the United States Army as a UH-1H (Huey) Helicopter repairman in a CH-47 Chinook Unit at Fort Hood, Texas until I was deployed in December 1990 to May 1991 in Desert Shield/Desert Storm. In September of 1991, I was honorably discharged at the end of my commitment.

After leaving the military, I achieved my Airframe and power plant aircraft mechanics licenses and overhauled PT6 series aircraft turbo prop engines with Pacific Airmotive Corporation in Burbank, California. In Addition, my entrepreneurship began with a start-up company, founding my entertainment company on the side, offering karaoke, disc jockey and clowns.

I moved my family from Los Angeles to Show Low, Arizona in 1996, the best move I ever made. I have additional background as service advisor at car dealerships, sales and live remote broadcasts in Radio advertisement and even had my own local TV show.

As a businessman, I’ve been involved with the White Mountains of Arizona community for the last twenty years. Serving on committees and working with many non-profit organizations. One of those as, co-founder of Sequoia Schools “Read to Win” program where we reward the kids for exceeding their reading goals with cash, prizes and an annual end of school event as well. I was also the Charter President of the White Mountains Optimist club, a part of a national organization that serves world wide to better lives and health of our youth.

I have a grown son, and daughter with two grandchildren that bring me boundless joy and happiness. My personal time is spent with my fiancé and the granddaughter she’s raising. I love the outdoors and when possible, spend time fishing, hunting, bicycling, off-roading and hiking.

At the end of 2015, I decided to use my experience and to join the professionals at Cedar Ridge Real Estate. My goal, serving you. Whether you’re buying or selling, I’ll apply all I know to make your goal my purpose. I look forward to meeting you and assisting in making your new purchase or sell successful in every way possible.

Certified Military Relocation Professional

Andrew Escamilla

Andrew Escamilla was born and raised in sunny Southern California. He’s had a fiery passion for Real Estate and helping people since his junior year in high school. Andrew graduated from the Arizona School of Real Estate and Business. Today he resides in Show Low, Arizona where he is an agent for the unrivaled brokerage of Cedar Ridge Real Estate. He enjoys nothing more than seeing the satisfaction of his Sellers and Buyers.

When Andrew has any down-time, he enjoys lifting weights, surfing, cooking, eating, driving, and spending time with family, friends and meeting brand new people and forging connections.

Not only will Mr. Escamilla make the process of homebuying trustworthy and smooth as a whistle for you, he will always continue follow up with you and assist in any way he can. Being an expert in his field, Andrew is the man for the job for any of your Real Estate needs.

“Do what you say and say what you do.”