Jim Caldwell – Palm Springs Gay Realtor

Jim Caldwell - Palm Springs Gay Realtor

Palm Springs Gay Realtor
Representing Buyers and Sellers

I understand that buying or selling a home is more than just a transaction: it’s a life-changing experience. That’s why I am dedicated to providing exceptional, personalized service for all of my clients.

As a Palm Springs gay Realtor, I work relentlessly on your behalf to help you achieve your real estate goals. With my knowledge of the market and real estate process I am your go-to source for real estate services.

I’m originally from the east coast and have lived in North Carolina, Atlanta and Boston. I have always loved the desert so decided to make Palm Springs my permanent home. My husband and our rescue hound Blondie are full time residents and enjoy each season for the beauty and uniqueness of our oasis. When not working with clients, I love to hike and travel.

See Jim Caldwell’s Expanded Listing on Gay Realty Network Here

Palm Springs Gay Realtors and Real Estate Professionals

Bill Cochran – Idyllwild Gay Realtor

Bill Cochran - Idyllwild Gay Realtor

Idyllwild Gay Realtor & “Getaway Specialist”

As an Idyllwild gay Realtor, I get great satisfaction helping you find your special place. Idyllwild is a beautiful gay friendly mountain village and is a great get away from the city.

I’ve been a Real Estate Broker / Realtor for 17 years. My team, The Cochran & Miracle Group, uses cutting edge, proprietary technology to quickly and efficiently fulfill our clients’ real estate needs whether buying or selling that special property.

Our beautiful mountain village is close to the Palm Springs, LA, and San Diego areas. It is a vibrant second home market attracting people from all over. Come for the weekend and let me show you around town! If you want to get away, get away here!

See Bill Cochran’s Expanded Listing Here

Idyllwild Gay Realtors and Real Estate Professionals

Harry Sterling – Palm Springs Gay Realtor

Harry Sterling - Palm Springs Gay Realtor

Palm Springs Gay Realtor
With Two Decades of Experience

Harry worked for twenty-five years with Hewlett-Packard, and moved to the desert in 2000 with his husband, whom he’s been with since 1982.

He’s been a Palm Springs gay Realtor since 2002, and loves to help new arrivals find a great place to live in the Coachella Valley. He specializes in client satisfaction, providing great service in buying or selling condos and residential homes in the desert.

This place is a very gay friendly city – the West’s preferred LGBTQ retirement place to be!

If you’re looking to buy or sell a house in the Coachella Valley, give Harry a call.

See Henry Sterling’s Expanded Listing Here

Palm Springs Realtors and Real Estate Professionals

Tamara Z (Zyhylij) – San Diego Lesbian Realtor

Tamara Z (Zyhylij) - San Diego Lesbian Realtor

San Diego Lesbian Realtor Rated 5 Stars By Clients

As a San Diego lesbian Realtor, Tamara Z’s sole objective is to build long-term relationships with her clients by providing outstanding service with exceptional outcomes. Communication is a key factor for smooth and successful transactions and is a top priority.

By maximizing her extensive experience and industry relationships, she positions her clients for success from day one. To that end, she provides a more personalized service that focuses on meeting client’s goals and serving their needs first and foremost. The many referrals and repeat transactions received from past clients attests to her commitment to client satisfaction.

Licensed and working full-time in real estate since 2003 and a San Diego lesbian Realtor, she has immersed herself in the industry; building relationships and alliances with power partners, volunteering in her community and serving her peers through the local association of Realtors.

See Tamara Z.’s Expanded Listing on Gay Realty Network Here

San Diego Lesbian Realtors and Real Estate Professionals

Andrea Testa – Long Beach Lesbian Realtor

Andrea Testa - Long Beach Lesbian Realtor

I’ve been known to be a bit of a project manager, I coordinate listings to be painted, cleaned, staged, photographed, and listed to not only the Multiple Listing Service but also to many other websites beyond Zillow, Redfin, Realtor, etc. My marketing is top notch and many people see it and are ready to jump to see the listings. I have an impeccable reputation among other Realtors in my vast general area and have only 5 star reviews from clients, lenders, agents I’ve worked with, etc. 

I love working with referrals, first time home buyers, investors, multi family homes, both buyers and sellers! I love my job and I think it shows.

As Long Beach gay Realtor, I love working in the area I live and have served over the last 20 years. Bixby Knolls, Cal Heights, Long Beach, Lakewood, Signal Hill, Seal Beach, Torrance, Redondo Beach, Huntington Beach, Carson, Westminster, Garden Grove and beyond.

See Andrea Testa’s Expanded Listing on Gay Realty Network Here

Long Beach Lesbian Realtors and Real Estate Professionals

Easing the California Housing Crisis – The New York Times

California Housing Crisis

No matter where you live, you’re probably familiar with the exorbitant cost of housing in California. The state’s median home price has crept above $800,000, more than double what it is nationwide. Among the 50 biggest cities in the country, we’re home to the top four most difficult places to afford a mortgage. And half of all Americans experiencing homelessness live in the state.

The California housing crisis has a seemingly simple solution, according to the laws of supply and demand: Build more housing. But for decades, resistance from suburban homeowners has stalled development as the problem has only gotten worse.

Bills Address the California Housing Crisis

On Thursday, the state took a step toward creating higher-density neighborhoods as Gov. Gavin Newsom signed two high-profile bills. Though the bills, Senate Bills 9 and 10, endured intense opposition in recent months, neither is all that revolutionary, said Conor Dougherty, a reporter for The New York Times who writes about economics in the state. But the package of reforms passed in California over the past four years, including these two latest measures, “is probably the biggest change in housing in 50 years or more,” Conor told me.

Full Story at the New York Times

California Realtors, Real Estate Agents, Mortgage Lenders and Other Professionals