I have been in the Real Estate business since 1988 and became a Broker in 1992. I was a partner in Coldwell Banker Allied Realtors firm for over 16 years then opened a small boutique styled office called Visalia Real Estate. And now have Sciacca Properties Real Estate. I am serving all of Tulare County, the Central Coast, and Fresno. I have been in the area for all my life and pride myself on knowing as much about the area as possible. Being a Top producer in the Real Industry covering New construction, Residential resale, Income Properties,1031 Exchanges, Land sales, Commercial, and some limited agricultural properties BRE #00984939 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Linda is an expert finding you that perfect starter home or getting you the best properties for your investment dollars. Give Linda a call today, Email her firstname.lastname@example.org Agent is fluent Chinese BRE#01893371
I have lived in Visalia for the past 23 years. My wife and I have raised our 5 children here and now enjoy spending time with our grandkids. We love this community and the great people who live here. I was employed with Gottschalk’s for over 18 years, managing their Hanford, Clovis and Visalia stores. Qualities that helped me be successful in retail and now successful in Real Estate are; being a problem solver, good people skills, high standards and most important, remembering “The customer is #1”. You will be #1 with me, as I help you through this exciting but sometimes scary process of buying or selling a home. I look forward to being of service to you! Dave Hawkes email@example.com BRE#01957336 Realtor for Sciacca Properties Real Estate
Visalia Real Estate is our passion and choosing to purchase a new house is an exciting life decision that requires some initial considerations to ensure you find the perfect home. Before browsing listings, reflect on the following questions: • How large does the house have to be for my family to be comfortable? • How many rooms and bathrooms are required? • What size of yard will accommodate children and pets? • What are my current parking and transportation needs? • How important is having a house close to work, local amenities, public transportation? • In which areas of the city would you like to live? Are there areas that you want to avoid? • Are you willing to purchase a home that is involved with a Home Owner’s Association? • Are there special considerations required for hobbies, guests, potential additions to the family, physical limitations or disabilities? The answers to these questions will help you not only determine the type of house that will be the best for you, but also save you time from viewing houses that don’t meet your personal criteria.