Thousand Oaks Gay Realtors, Lesbian Realtors and Gay Friendly Realtors

Top Thousand Oaks Gay & Lesbian Real Estate Agents

Thousand Oaks's top gay realtors pre-screened and ready to serve you. Choose the one that's right for you!

Tanner - Gay Real Estate Agent - Thousand Oaks, CA

Whether you're a first-time homebuyer, looking to upgrade or downsize, or looking for your vacation home, I'll have your back through out the entire process. I was born in a very small town in Southwestern Kansas. After spending a few years in Denve...

Jason - Gay Real Estate Agent - Thousand Oaks, CA

I have been selling Residential Real Estate for over a decade. I pride myself on offering my clients top notch customer service with a hands on approach, and providing my clients with a personal Real Estate experience. I have earned an excellen...

Tina - Lesbian Real Estate Agent - Thousand Oaks, CA

My intention as a realtor is to help in one of the most significant transactions of your life. I do not take this lightly, and my goal is to always serve at a high level. I will educate, as well as lead, throughout the entire process to make this tra...

Robb - Gay Real Estate Agent - Thousand Oaks, CA

Get a positive, helpful partner for buying or selling a home:
~ Trusted resource for answers about the process
~ Innovative marketing strategies
~ Expertise about neighborhood features
~ Ability to target home searches
~ Strong negotiation skill...

Melissa - Gay Friendly Real Estate Agent - Thousand Oaks, CA

I am a Boston native who moved to California in 2002 and received my Broker's license. Our company focuses on providing exceptional Full Service but with Flat Fee Listings and Buyer Credits. In today's competitive and changing real estate climat...

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For those who want to be near all of the excitement downtown Los Angeles offers but don’t want to actually live in LA, there’s Thousand Oaks. This smaller city sites only about 35 miles to the northwest of the downtown area, but it’s only home to around 130,000 people. Thousand Oaks is a fairly new city that was incorporated in 1964. It’s expanded quickly, though, and even annexed a number of nearby communities. Why live in Thousand Oaks? According to the FBI, it’s more.......................