Lyssa Cross – Lesbian Asheville Realtor

Lyssa Cross - Lesbian Asheville Realtor

Lesbian Asheville Realtor With 30 Years Experience

Lyssa has worked as a full time lesbian Asheville Realtor, and became a multi-million dollar producer. She has always strived to put her clients first. 

As an Asheville lesbian Realtor, Lyssa has the knowledge to market your home with expertise or help you find a new one. During her real estate career she has formed many contacts and associations and can put you in touch with professional people to assist in the purchase and marketing. She has the experience and training to carry the sale to closing and the perceptiveness and familiarity with the Asheville area to find you the best home. 

“My purpose is to find you the right house or market your property to the best standards established and follow the transaction hopefully flawlessly to completion and closing, and have satisfied buyers and sellers.” If you know anyone anywhere who is interested in buying or selling real estate, please call me. I can find them a great realtor to refer them to, thru the Keller Williams real estate network and also the CRS (Certified Real Estate Specialist)network. 

Specialties: Selling Real Estate and marketing homes, and helping buyers and sellers with Residential, Condos, Land, and Farms.

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Tim Singer – Gay Ft. Lauderdale Realtor

Tim Singer - Ft. Lauderdale Gay Realtor - Gay Ft. Lauderdale Realtor
Tim Singer - Ft. Lauderdale Gay Realtor - Gay Ft. Lauderdale Realtor

Gay Ft. Lauderdale Realtor –
Broward County Single Family Homes & Lofts

Tim is a gay Ft. Lauderdale Realtor with a staff of full-time real estate professionals, and is very involved in Southern Florida’s LGBT community. Tim would love to work with you if you’re looking to buy or sell FTL real estate – he knows the local market – including the LGBT mecca of Wilton Manors – inside and out.

Tim serves all of Broward County and the greater FTL area, including Wilton Manors, Oakland Park, Plantation, Dania Beach, Sea Ranch Lakes, and the rest of Broward County.

If you want to buy a home in Florida’s LGBTQ+ friendly paradise, give Tim a call.

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Scott Simons – Portland Gay Mortgage Professional

Scott Simons - Portland Gay Mortgage Professional

Portland Gay Mortgage Professional
Will Help You Find the Right Product

Scott Simons, a Portland gay Mortgage Professional, is a proud member of Oregon’s LGBTQ community and he brings over 35 years of real estate banking experience to the closing table.

Whether you are a first-time homebuyer or upgrading you can feel comfortable knowing Scott understands the needs and concerns of both traditional and non-traditional families.

Through Simons & Leoni Home Loans, LLC., Scott can offer you a wide variety of residential home financing options backed by Fannie-Mae, Freddie-Mac, FHA, VA and USDA.

To get Pre-Qualified call, email or apply online at our website. If you’re looking to finance a new home purchase or a refi, please give me a call.

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What’s the Most Gay Area of San Francisco?

What's the Most Gay Area of San Francisco? - Castro District - San Francisco

Looking for the Gay Area of San Francisco?

San Francisco is known for being one of the most gay-friendly cities in the United States. As a result, there’s not just one gay area of San Francisco. There are several neighborhoods that have a large concentration of LGBTQ+ residents. Some of the most well-known gay neighborhoods in San Francisco include the Castro District, the Mission District, and Noe Valley.

The Castro

The Castro District is known for its large LGBTQ+ population and its vibrant culture and nightlife. The Castro was one of the first gay neighborhoods in the United States, and it continues to be a popular destination for gay and lesbian tourists. The neighborhood is named after José Castro, and is home to many popular restaurants, bars, and shops, as well as the GLBT Historical Society Museum.

There are many great things to do here:

  1. Visit the GLBT Historical Society Museum, which features exhibits on the history of the LGBTQ+ community in San Francisco and beyond.
  2. Go shopping on Castro Street, which is lined with independent boutiques, bookstores, and other interesting shops.
  3. Grab a bite to eat at one of the many popular restaurants in the area, like as Starbelly, Hotspot, or The Castro Fountain.
  4. Check out a movie at the Castro Theatre, a historic movie palace that features live organ music before every show.
  5. Attend a performance at the Swedish American Hall, a popular venue for concerts, comedy shows, and other events.
  6. Visit the Harvey Milk Plaza, which is named after the iconic gay rights activist who was assassinated in 1978. The plaza features a memorial to Milk and is a popular gathering spot for the LGBTQ+ community.

These are just a few ideas – there are many other fun and interesting things to do in the Castro District.

The Mission

The Mission District is a neighborhood located in San Francisco, California. It is known for its vibrant culture, vibrant street art, and delicious food. The Mission District is home to a large Latino population, as well as many artists, musicians, and other creative types. The neighborhood is named after the Mission Dolores.

There are also some amazing things to see and do in this vibrant, historical district:

  1. Visit the Clarion Alley Mural Project, which features a collection of colorful and thought-provoking murals created by local artists.
  2. Go shopping on Valencia Street, which is home to many independent boutiques, bookstores, and other interesting shops.
  3. Grab a bite to eat at one of the many popular restaurants in the area, such as La Taqueria, Flour + Water, or Namu Gaji.
  4. Check out a show at the Brava Theater Center, a community-based performing arts venue that features a diverse range of performances.
  5. Visit the Mission Dolores Park, a popular green space that offers great views of the city and is a popular spot for picnics, sports, and other outdoor activities.
  6. Attend a performance at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, a nonprofit organization that promotes Latino culture through art, music, dance, and other forms of expression.

Or just walk around and take in the sights.

Noe Valley

Noe Valley is known for its small-town feel, its beautiful Victorian houses, and its family-friendly atmosphere. Noe Valley is located on the eastern side of the city, near the Mission District and the Castro District. The neighborhood is named after José de Jesús Noé, the last Mexican alcalde (mayor) of San Francisco.

Check out these things to do:

  1. Visit the Noe Valley Farmers’ Market, which takes place every Saturday and features fresh produce, flowers, and other products from local farmers and vendors.
  2. Go shopping on 24th Street, which is home to many independent shops, boutiques, and bookstores.
  3. Grab a bite to eat at one of the many popular restaurants in the area, such as Noe Valley Bakery, The Liberty Cafe, or Noe Valley Pizza.
  4. Check out a show at the Noe Valley Ministry, a historic church that hosts concerts, plays, and other performances.
  5. Visit the Douglass Playground, a popular park that features a playground, a basketball court, and a community garden.
  6. Attend a performance at the Noe Valley Chamber Music series, which presents classical music concerts in a variety of venues throughout the neighborhood.

Moving to San Francisco

San Francisco is known for being one of the most LGBTQ+-friendly cities in the United States. As a result, many LGBTQ+ people choose to live in San Francisco because they feel more accepted and supported there.

The city has a large and active LGBTQ+ community, which can provide a sense of belonging and support. SF also has a long history of LGBTQ+ activism and advocacy, and there are many organizations and resources available to support the community. And it is known for its inclusive and progressive culture, and LGBTQ+ people may feel more comfortable and accepted there than in other cities.

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Denny Horner – Gay Washington DC Realtor

Denny Horner - Washington DC Gay Realtor / Gay Washington DC Realtor

Gay Washington DC Realtor
& Part of the Denny & Leyla Team

As longtime friends and successful real estate agents Denny and Leyla decided to create The Denny & Leyla Team in January 2013. As so often happens, when you add positive people to your life you get much more than expected. 1 + 1 equaled more than 2!!! As a team, Denny and Leyla discovered they had MORE time for their clients, MORE time for their families and MORE time for their communities.

Individually Denny and Leyla have been Top Producers for years and as a team they have been included in The Washingtonian Magazine’s Best Real Estate Agents since the list’s inception, been recognized but the Washington Post as 5-Star Professionals, and were among Real Estate Magazine’s 100 Most Influential Realtors in Metro DC. 

Denny is a gay Washington DC Realtor, and they both love working with buyers and sellers from the LGBTQ+ community.

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Shannon Lindstrom – Gay Friendly Minneapolis-St. Paul Realtor

Shannon Lindstrom - Gay Friendly Minneapolis-St. Paul Realtor

Gay Friendly Minneapolis-St. Paul Realtor

RE/MAX Results-Shannon Lindstrom is an experienced gay friendly Minneapolis-St. Paul Realtor and skilled real estate negotiator. As a Maple Grove gay-friendly Realtor, she can help you buy and/or sell a home, a townhouse, or a condominium in Minneapolis, St. Paul or the surrounding suburbs.

Because the Twin Cities real estate market is changing all the time, and every real estate situation different, Shannon will make it a priority to educate you throughout the entire home buying and selling process. She will use the latest technology, local real estate market research, and business strategies to exceed your client’s expectations. Shannon believes in open communication and empathic listening skills.

If you’re looking to sell and or buy in Minneapolis, Saint Paul, or the surrounding suburbs a home, townhouse, or condo, and want an agent who specializes in Twin Cities urban | suburban living and believes real estate is a people-based profession, Shannon invites you to contact her.

Ed Elam – Gay Boise Realtor

Ed Elam - Gay Boise Realtor

Gay Boise Realtor Specializing in LGBTQ+ Clientele

After a successful career in the restaurant business in Seattle, Washington and Los Angeles, California, Ed returned to McCall and managed the Shore Lodge before moving to town in 1994.

Ed worked as an electrical contractor before obtaining his real estate license and putting years of experience building and remodeling homes to work.

As a gay Boise Realtor, Ed can meet all your real estate needs whether you’re looking to buy or sell in downtown, Nampa, Caldwell, Eagle, Meridian, Kuna, Melba or Mountain Home.

Idaho. Your home is here – come find it.

Call Ed today to schedule an appointment or if you have any questions.

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Brad Hinckley – Gay Seattle Realtor

Brad Hinckley - Gay Seattle Realtor

Gay Seattle Realtor and Broker

Brad is a gay Seattle Realtor and broker. He has two degrees from Stanford University: an MBA and a BA in Economics, and he is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Brad has 30 years of professional business experience, including 18 years of selling real estate in Seattle. Brad’s sales volume ranks him within the top 1% of realtors in the city.

Brad and his husband Curtis came to town after having lived in San Francisco and New York City. They love Seattle and enjoy its varied neighborhoods and wonderful outdoor activities. Together they are raising 2 sons, and they love living in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.

The real estate process often seems confusing and complex; Brad will manage the process for you every step of the way. He believes in open, clear communication with his clients.

Brad wants his clients to see him as a confidante, a trusted friend, and someone with whom they feel comfortable making their way through a major financial milestone in their lives. Brad uses his analytical and quantitative skills to help his clients make the best decisions.

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Shea Steel – Portland Lesbian Realtor

Shea Steel - Portland Lesbian Realtor

Portland Lesbian Realtor
Who Works Hard for Her Clients

Real estate is much more than simply buying or selling a home. It’s a life experience. As a Portland lesbian Realtor, I strive every day to diligently work for each of my clients, providing the highest level of customer service, individualized attention, and thorough knowledge of the local real estate market, all while maintaining the utmost levels of integrity, confidentiality, and respect.

To me, the most key element of real estate is developing relationships and building trust. I know how to listen and always put the needs of my buyers and sellers first, in turn building clients for life.

RE/MAX Hall of Fame, RE/MAX Platinum Club, 5 Star Professional Award from Portland Monthly.

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Julie Nelson – Lesbian Austin Realtor

Julie Nelson - Lesbian Austin Realtor

We think you need “smart” real estate … smart buying strategies, smart offers, smart pricing, smart relocation and just simply an attentive and intelligent focus on the market, its intricacies, its changes and trends.

Lesbian Austin Realtor and Top Performer and Faculty Member at eXp Realty

A former business analyst and in the real estate business since 1999, Julie is a lesbian Austin Realtor, top performer and faculty member in the largest real estate office in town. Julie is also a published author teaching and training new agents across the country.

Trust, experience, resources, technology … we are not your average real estate service. 70% of our business is core Austin, 30% includes the greater Hill Country area & surrounding counties. Whether single family, condo, townhome, emerging markets, investments, or 5 acres outside of town, we are well-versed and experienced.

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