Buying a Home

Buying a home is an exciting and complex adventure. It can also be a very time-consuming and costly one if you're not familiar with all aspects of the process, and don't have all the best information and resources at hand.

One of our specialties is representing the best interests of buyers throughout the home buying process. Our comprehensive, high-quality services can save you time and money, as well as make the experience more enjoyable and less stressful.

If you're like most people, buying a home is the biggest investment you will ever make. So whether you're buying a starter home, your dream home or an investment property, why not take advantage of our experience as local market experts for San Luis Obispo County to make the most informed decisions you can, every step of the way?

Why Choose Us to Be Your Agent?

Results - The average agent in this area sells three to four homes a year. We are currently the #1 REMAX team for the number of homes sold in the entire state of California! We definitely have the track record and results to get you moved in to the home of your dreams.

Knowledge - We have well over 20 years of experience and have sold over 1500 homes. We even know which homes are coming up for sale before they are on the market. This knowledge has been hard earned over two decades and is invaluable in today's marketplace. We share it all with you when you buy your home with us.

Communication - One of the biggest complaints we hear from customers in their dealings with other agents is that they didn't know what was being done for them. We will keep you posted on a very regular basis at every stage of buying your home.


Useful resources from our recent blogs: -
San Luis Obispo Real Estate Market Update
Would you stop bugging me!
How to make one of the more difficult financial decisions you'll need to make
What are your best borrowing options in this tough market?
Common pitfalls when buying a San Luis Obispo home - and how to avoid them
Investment properties: What do the driving forces in the market mean for your return?
How to avoid paying too much in property taxes