Samuel Sobota – Vancouver Washington Gay Realtor

Samuel Sobota - Vancouver Washington Gay Realtor

Vancouver Washington Gay Realtor Proudly Serving Southwestern WA

I chose to partner with Keller Williams to grow my Real Estate business in 2017 and I’ve never looked back. KW’s unique Mission Vision, Values, Beliefs and Value Proposition are unmatched when you’re looking to put people first. Turns out, for a extreme introvert, I’m actually quite the people person. 🙂 

KW’s rich Culture and focus on always doing the right thing, even when it’s uncomfortable, is why I choose to continue to call it home. As a Vancouver Washington gay Realtor, I have the honor of sitting on our Agent Leadership Council as the chair of our Diversity Equity and Inclusion Committee.

Personally, I also have a passion for mental, physical and whole being wellness. I’m an avid indoor Cycler and former instructor at CycleBar. I firmly belief that in order to give back and pour into others, we must first do so with ourselves.

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Lorenzo C Murray – Albany Gay Realtor

Lorenzo C Murray - Albany Gay Realtor

Your 5 Capital Region Counties Albany Gay Realtor

When you work with HUNT Real Estate, ERA, you are gaining a top producing company and team. With millions in real estate sales transactions under our team’s belt each year that continues to grow exponentially.

As a result of our experience, we are more well-equipped to handle even the most complex of real estate transactions, whether commercial or residential, and make the process for selling your home a weight off your shoulders.

As an Albany gay Realtor, I and my team cover the Capital Region and surrounding counties, Massachusetts, Cape Cod and the Islands. We pride ourselves on delivering excellent client service and there is nothing more important than family, so we value the trust that you put in us to take care of yours.

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NY Capital Region Gay Realtors and Real Estate Professionals

Ted Stumpf – Napa Valley Gay Realtor

Ted Stumpf - Napa Valley Gay Realtor

Ted draws energy and joy from building synergetic relationships with his Clients. Ted’s nature is graciously gregarious and persevering; he’s honest; and he’s been dedicated to a substantial list of clientele throughout his 25 years in the hospitality business and nearly two years as a Napa Valley gay Realtor. His passion is creating a sincere, professional partnership with people.

Ted grew up in a family of Realtors in central Indiana, earned a degree in economics and philosophy from the University of Notre Dame, and jumped into all aspects of the restaurant business.

His ensuing hospitality career path eventually led him into the Event Management Sales & Service role in hotels and quickly guided him to Los Angeles, San Francisco, and finally to a luxury resort in the Napa Valley, where he, his husband, and their dog have resided for almost fifteen years now.

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Tyler Ramey – Chicago Gay Realtor

Tyler Ramey - Chicago Gay Realtor

Highly-Trained and Knowledgable Chicago Gay Realtor

Meet Tyler Ramey, a dedicated Chicago gay Realtor with a deep connection to this vibrant city. Having spent his formative years in the welcoming suburbs and currently calling the city his home for over a decade, Tyler possesses an intimate understanding of the local real estate market.

His passion for his hometown shines through in his work, as he eagerly shares his extensive knowledge and enthusiasm with his valued clients.

Tyler is a proud member of The O’Connor Group, a distinguished team known for their outstanding results and top-notch service. As part of this highly successful group, Tyler has access to invaluable resources, cutting-edge technology, and a vast network of professionals in the industry. This collaborative approach ensures that his clients receive the highest level of expertise, support, and guidance throughout their real estate journey.

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Chicago Gay Realtors and Real Estate Professionals

Collin Ellingson – Santa Monica Gay Realtor

Collin Ellingson - Santa Monica gay Realtor

Santa Monica Gay Realtor With 2+ Decades of Experience

Collin Ellingson is a Santa Monica gay realtor who has dedicated over 24 years to the real estate industry, helping a diverse range of clients achieve their property aspirations. In 2022 alone, his team accomplished an exceptional sales record, surpassing an impressive $120 million. This achievement reflects Collin’s unwavering commitment to delivering outstanding results.

Raised on L.A’s Westside, Collin expertly serves the coastal communities of Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica, Venice, Marina del Rey, Playa Vista, and Playa del Rey.

As a Realtor Associate at Compass, the nation’s leading real estate brokerage, Collin brings invaluable resources and expertise to the table, ensuring his clients can capitalize on opportunities in any market.

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Weird Real Estate: It’s the Treasure Island House!

The Treasure Island House

The Treasure Island House Melds Art Deco With a Pirate Ship

From “The Best of Zillow” via the folks at Bored Panda, I bring you the Treasure Island House.

According to, this house was built in England by magazine publisher Felix Dennis (who published Maxim magazine, among others. It was last for sale in 2021 after Dennis’s death.

It was inspired by Dennis’s love of adventure novel “Treasure Island” and tithe barns, and is divided into three distinct wings. Its main pool area is designed to resemble the inside of a pirate ship. You ho ho ho, a pirate’s life for me. Pirating must be really lucrative!

I would totally live in this 12,000 square foot house. Anyone willing to give me $6 Million?

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Lisa Marie Quinn – Lake Havasu Gay Friendly Realtor

Lisa Marie Quinn - Lake Havasu Gay Friendly Realtor

Lake Havasu Gay Friendly Realtor in Kingman, Arizona

Hello, I’m a Lake Havasu gay friendly realtor, and I also cover Parker, AZ. I help sellers, investors and buyers. We have a lot of people from out-of-state, so I created a Relocation Guide that I can share.

My team covers all of Arizona, as well as Las Vegas, NV & Wenatchee, WA. My brokerage is world-wide, and the fastest growing brokerage. For my sellers, I can utilize them to market your home! For buyers, I can utilize my vast network if you need to sell your home, wherever you’re located. 

I’ve lived in this area since 2014 and also for about 7 years as a teen/young adult. I’d love to help you on your next step in your journey as a homeowner!

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Canyonlands Gay Realtors and Real Estate Professionals

Michael Goff – San Antonio Gay Realtor

Michael Goff - San Antonio Gay Realtor

Your Native Texan San Antonio Gay Realtor

As your San Antonio gay Realtor, my success is supported by a strong management team and commitment to client experiences and satisfaction. This includes some of the latest real estate technology, effective communication, and negotiations to provide you the guidance and support that is needed throughout your entire buying or selling experience.

I am a Texas native and happy to call San Antonio my home after spending ten years in southern and northern California.

I have a tremendous appreciation for what it’s like to move away to a new home in an unfamiliar area. I understand the importance of not only finding the right home, but also the right schools, employment and neighborhoods to fit your lifestyle.

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San Antonio Gay Realtors and Real Estate Professionals

Gary Snow – San Francisco Gay Realtor

Gary Snow - San Francisco Gay Realtor

Your Knowledgable San Francisco Gay Realtor

My passion for real estate started over 28 years ago when I purchased my first investment property at the age of 18 in the Midwest, where I grew up. Since then, I have fueled my love for Real Estate by guiding my friends and family to realize their dream of homeownership. Since 1992, I have made San Francisco my home, and am now a San Francisco gay Realtor.

Prior to buying and selling San Francisco real estate, I worked as a general manager for two major national hotel chains, an experience that allowed me the opportunity to delve further into real estate as an investment buyer.

It was during that time that I realized my true passion was real estate. I diligently took the steps needed to segue from my career in hotel management to a career in real estate, and quickly found myself amongst the top ten percent of all real estate agents in San Francisco.

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Real Estate Tips: Preparing Your Home for Sale

Real Estate Tips: Wanna Flip a House? / Preparing Your Home for Sale - Deposit Photos

The inventory of homes for sale remains low, in some areas even lower than last year, and prices are still inching up despite higher interest rates. If you’re selling your home or investment property this spring, you should already be making improvements that will showcase it in its best light and garner the most interest and the highest price.

Preparing Your Home for Sale

You’ve been spending more time than normal in your home since COVID lockdowns and the onset of teleworking, so small, annoying problems may have taken on a larger significance. That faucet drip has turned into a leak under the kitchen sink. The dryer that is overheating may require a clean-out of its vent. Perhaps you found a shingle in your back yard after last weekend’s wind and need to prevent water penetration into your attic during the next downpour.

Well, git to fixin’! Preparing your home for sale now will help you move it faster later.

Those of us in the real estate trade can tell you that a small item in need of repair can lead a potential buyer to think, “If this little thing is wrong, what big problem might be lurking somewhere else?” Test items around your house then call your favorite contractor, tradesperson, or handywoman to diagnose and repair anything out of the ordinary that you notice. Unless you have a background in household repair, this is not the time for a do-it-yourself solution. That’s another red flag for buyers.

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Authored By Valerie Blake
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