About Aspen Real Estate

Bill & Barbara have been permanent residents of the Ponderosa since 1979. Barbara got her real estate license in 1986 and started Peppermint Realty, graduating with a real estate GRI degree in 1990. Barbara along with Bill opened up Aspen Real Estate in Ponderosa at their 56800 Aspen Drive office. In 2001 Bill got his Real Estate brokers license, also joining the Tulare County Board of Realtors.

Before moving to Ponderosa, Bill lived in Leona Valley Ca, employed as a Senior Research Engineer with Lockheed Aircraft in Palmdale Ca, a job he enjoyed since he graduated with a BSME degree from Michigan Technological University in Houghton Michigan.

All in all, Bill and Barbara’s entrepreneurial efforts employ over 8 people in our mountain communities throughout the year.

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Rinda Day

Broker Assistant / Office Manager
I joined the Mountain Community in 2006 when my husband Steven and I decided to buy the Golden Trout Wilderness Pack Station located in the Golden Trout Wilderness in the Sequoia National Forest. I have two children Keilee 14 and Brogan 12 along with 4 dogs, 20 horses and 15 mules we stay pretty busy. The Pack Station runs form May until the end of October, so we have always been considered “part timers”. That all changed this past year when I was fortunate enough to join the Aspen Real Estate and High Sierra Snow Removal Team as the Broker’s Assistant and Office Manager. It has been an exciting year of learning mountain community life and what it has to offer. I cannot wait to see what the future has in store for this Sequoia Monument Mountain Community. As you can see from the many photographs on this website

William Dolmovic

Bill is a past President of the Upper Tule Association, Ponderosa Property Association and the Ponderosa Community Service district. He also is an active member of the Ponderosa Fire brigade, been an EMT, member of the Elks Lodge, Eagles Lodge, a life member of the Tulare County Historical Society and a founding member of the Camp Nelson Conservancy and Camp Nelson Ambulance Association. He has chaired many committees in these organizations. The most noteworthy effort was putting together “Music in the Meadow” bringing top recording song writers to our community to perform in the beautiful setting of the Camp Nelson Conservancy meadow.