Top-rated lgbtq agents in long beach

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Glenn

Glenn - Gay Realtor

Helping people achieve their Real Estate dream is my passion and making sure that you receive exemplary service and the best possible representation during your home buying or selling experience is my primary goal! My business is built on hard work, ...read more
Wendy

Wendy - Lesbian Realtor

I began my real estate career in 2001 in the California Central Valley before moving to Southern California. Raised in Fremont in the San Francisco Bay Area, it is safe to say I pretty much know all of California. I am a native so I know quite about ...read more
Ken

Ken - Gay Realtor

Thank you for taking a moment to consider me in your search for a full time Professional Real Estate Advisor. I am a full time Realtor, helping many clients buy and sell homes across the Long Beach and South Bay area. My priority is to serve my clients, ...read more
James

James - Gay Realtor

I specialize in REO and Short Sale transactions, as well as traditional Seller and Buyer representation. If you have any questions about the processes of buying or selling a home or if you need assistance in any way, I can easily be contacted by pressing ...read more
David

David - Gay Realtor

Whether you’re selling your home or looking for that perfect place, David has been in your shoes and knows what it takes! David is an Orange County native who has been invested in real estate since 2012. In his free time he enjoys hiking around ...read more
Mona

Mona - Gay Friendly Realtor

I have an extensive background assisting first-time homebuyers, low-to-moderate income borrowers and self-employed borrowers. I'm a San Pedro California native raised and live in the local area of Long Beach. My youth was filled with extra-curricular ...read more
Bob

Bob - Gay Realtor

Bob has been a full time agent for over 20 years working with Sellers and Buyesr in most of the So Cal areas and all types of properties from Condos, SFR, Multi unit and 1031 exchanges. He is a Certified Luxury Specialist, but work with all types of ...read more
Jennifer

Jennifer - Gay Realtor

First and foremost, I LOVE where I live. Long Beach and the surrounding areas are a tight knit community offering an abundance of amazing eateries/breweries, recreation, art, water-sports and biking. When you are excited to explore your own city it's ...read more
Theresa

Theresa - Gay Realtor

If your journey brings you to the Long Beach area I am here for you! Outside of Real Estate you will find me surfing (Supping), biking, or at one of our fantastic Restaurants or Breweries Long Beach has to offer! I would be happy to help you find ...read more
Lee Ann

Lee Ann - Gay Friendly Realtor

I have worked extensively in the Lakewood/Long Beach area for the over ten years, also serving surrounding coastal communities. Long Beach has a very vibrant gay community, including a huge outdoor festival and gay pride parade every year in May. I ...read more

Long Beach News

Long Beach Gayborhoods: Loving LGBTQ Life in this Coastal Community
Long Beach is a coastal California city that offers abundant sunshine, miles of sandy shores and beautiful blue ocean, and plenty to see and do for visitors and residents alike. A Little Long Beach History The area that is presently Long Beach was initially settled as part of a large Spanish land grant in 1784. Eventually becoming incorporated as a city and part of the state of California, it has always been a popular site for commerce and is in fact one of the largest shipping ports in the United ...more
Long Beach: The Land of Consistent Sun
Since the 1980s, Long Beach has been a sunny gay mecca that boasts a variety of LGBTQ resources for people of all shapes and sizes. This is, in part, due to the high level of pro-equality policies and trans-inclusive programs. If you’re thinking about relocating to this oceanside city, here are a few things you should know about the breezy region: A Brief History of Long Beach Long Beach is the 39th most populous city in the United States and was incorporated in 1897. Prior to that, indigenous ...more
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