Michigan Gay Realtors, Lesbian Realtors and Gay Friendly Realtors

Top Michigan Gay & Lesbian Real Estate Agents

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

Ralph - Gay Real Estate Agent - Clinton, MI

Ralph's great sense of humor instantly puts clients at ease, combine that with his hard work, honesty, wealth of experience, tremendous market knowledge and you have a massive asset aiding you in your real estate needs. He is a proven top negotiator,...


Jeffery - Gay Real Estate Agent - Mackinaw City, MI

Jeffery primarily covers the Northern Michigan, Royal Oak, Berkley and Grosse Pointe areas. His real estate experience also includes personal ownership and management of commercial and residential properties. I pride myself in working closely wit...


Jon - Gay Real Estate Agent - Traverse City, MI

When you are looking to purchase or sell real estate in the Traverse City area (Traverse City, Kingsley, Interlochen, Grawn, Lake Ann, Suttons Bay, Maple City, Cedar, Leland, Lake Leelanau, Northport, Kalkaska, Fife Lake, South Boardman, Elk Rapids, ...


Diane - Gay Real Estate Agent - New Buffalo, MI

Licensed in Chicago for 30 years before moving to Michigan. Now an Associate Broker in Michigan and Indiana; selling in Southwest Michigan and Northwest Indiana. This is a great location for our LGBT Community... a very comfortable place for your...


Robin and Kay - Gay Real Estate Agent - Clarkston, MI

Robin and Kay specialize in residential real estate throughout southeastern Michigan. "Like many of our fellow realtors, we thrive on providing the best experience possible when buying or selling real estate!"Kay has nearly 30 years of resident...


Matthew - Gay Real Estate Agent - Lansing, MI

Matthew is an ideal initiator in the real estate process. As a result of his attention to detail and experiential service, his clients make the most well-informed real estate decisions based on the accurate information he provides. Matthew has e...


Greg - Gay Real Estate Agent - Ann Arbor, MI

Life-long resident of the Ann Arbor area and over 30 years of real estate experience serving the GLBT community! There are some people you know you can just count on to be there for you in a time of need ~ Greg is one of these people. A retired ...


Bill - Gay Real Estate Agent - Clinton Township, MI

Full time Realtor specializing in Macomb, Oakland, St. Clair counties in Michigan.For Home Buyers:Congratulations! You have decided to purchase a home, or are thinking about buying one. You'll be joining the ranks of hundreds of families wh...


Larry - Gay Friendly Real Estate Agent - Detroit, MI

Hello - my name is Larry, I have listed and sold the most homes in Detroit out of every licensed agent in Michigan. My brokerage has sold more homes in Detroit than any other company in Michigan. I have been a licensed Realtor for 15 years, and ...


Andrew - Gay Real Estate Agent - Northville, MI

It is seemingly almost an unfair advantage to have the power of us on your team!In most businesses, knowledge equals power, and real estate is certainly no exception.The real estate market in Southeastern Michigan is certainly exciting, and a...


Regan - Gay Friendly Real Estate Agent - Birmingham, MI

“My #1 goal with my clients is to help them find the perfect new home or sell their home at top dollar, and for them to enjoy doing it! "
~ReganContinuing in the family business, Regan joined her parents, Chris & Dan in 2012 to become the team...


Cory - Gay Real Estate Agent - Portage, MI

When you're looking to buy a home, you want to know that you're in the best of hands. Our brokerage has decades of experience, we can proudly say we've learned a thing or two about real estate, and that knowledge helps you.I'm a South West Michig...


Tim - Gay Real Estate Agent - Jackson, MI

I am a Full Time, community involved agent that can provide personal attention to help you fulfill all of your real estate needs, professionally, and confidentially! I was born and raised in Jackson, and serve all of Jackson County, plus offer ex...


Dave - Gay Real Estate Agent - Brighton, MI

Being a life long resident of Livingston county I understand that buying or selling a home is more than just a transaction: it’s a life-changing experience. That’s why highly-seasoned real estate professionals like myself are dedicated to providi...


Kim - Gay Real Estate Agent - Traverse City, MI

I am passionate about Traverse City and all Northern Michigan has to offer. Whether you enjoy exploring the many miles of trails, sampling the local breweries and wineries, or setting sail on the many lakes and rivers, I can help you find the home th...


Susan - Gay Real Estate Agent - Traverse City, MI

Susan understands that in today’s tech-savvy world, you need a tech-savvy realtor. But that realtor also needs to be user friendly, and Susan is so user friendly, you might well wish she were an I-phone app! Friendliness and the ability to use ...


Dan - Gay Real Estate Agent - Saint Joseph, MI

I have been in the Real Estate Profession for over 25 years and have worked in many markets around the country ~ most of my experience has been in Southwest Michigan and Chicago, Illinois.I have had the privilege of working with many clients over...


Tom - Gay Real Estate Agent - Farmington Hills, MI

I have serviced the gay community for over 23 years, my experience with the gay community is very extensive. I'll work hard to find you the perfect home that fits your needs and wants!“Helping you find the perfect home brings a sense of accompl...


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