Top-rated lgbtq agents in norfolk

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Julie

Julie - Gay Friendly Realtor

Originally from San Diego, I have lived in Hawaii, Wyoming, Utah and Virginia Beach area. I love to meet new people and help them achieve their goals in life! Much of my business locally, is serving the Military community and helping them purchase ...read more
Heather

Heather - Gay Realtor

Do you want a Realtor who works for you? Do you want a Realtor who has extensive knowledge of today’s competitive real estate market? Do you want a Realtor who is experienced and successful? Do you want to build wealth through real estate? If you answered ...read more
Benjamin

Benjamin - Gay Realtor

Licensed Real Estate Broker in the State of Virginia and serving the 757 with pride! I am ready to answer your questions about the market, process, and home buying and selling process here. As a competitive athlete for 18 years, I am fully committed ...read more
Terry

Terry - Gay Friendly Realtor

My real estate career began in 1993 as a salesperson. Since then I have become a broker in our Ghent office in Norfolk. I have earned many designations and awards, such as CCIM, MRP, ABR, and SRS. Some of my awards include the Excel award for quality ...read more
Colleen

Colleen - Gay Realtor

Dynamic, Energetic, Enthusiastic! I will work hard for you! These are the things you can expect from me: I will tell the truth about price. I will understand the timetable which your family is dealing. I will remove as many of your challenges as possible. ...read more
Drick

Drick - Gay Realtor

My Mission: Helping people. As simple as that. Real estate transactions can often seem more complex than they should be. I enjoy helping people with real estate transactions; whether it's the purchase of your first home, buying or selling investment ...read more
Martin

Martin - Gay Realtor

I have turned my long-time passion for classic, old homes into a thriving real estate career. My partner and I have spent the better part of a decade refurbishing a tired 1926 dutch colonial into our dream home. In the process, I've become an expert ...read more
Greg

Greg - Gay Realtor

PROUDly connecting buyers and sellers of homes throughout Hampton Roads! As an agent who's a native of Hampton Roads, I am an expert in our region and the residents who live here! I am an active member of our LGBTQ community and give back by serving ...read more
Kelly

Kelly - Gay Realtor

Hello, I am a lesbian realtor in the Hampton Roads Area and would love to help you with the purchase or sale of your home! The word on the street is that the housing market is tough right now... it's true. So I have to ask you: When will there ever ...read more
Lety

Lety - Lesbian Realtor

I LOVE working with people. Buying or selling, my goal is to get my clients where they want to be. I have worked for buyers and sellers in Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Hampton, Suffolk and Newport News. I have a full time real ...read more

Norfolk News

Norfolk, VA Top LGBT Neighborhoods and Home Prices
Norfolk, Virginia is a very racially diverse city. Of its roughly 245,000 residents, about half of the residents are white. The other residents are largely black with the remainder being made up of Asian, native American, and Hispanic people. The homes in Norfolk tend to be a little older than the usual homes in the U.S, but remember, that doesn't mean that there aren't newer homes or that older homes are worse. In fact, you might find something vintage! The median home value from 2009 to 2013 is ...more
Norfolk, VA Top LGBT Neighborhoods and Home Prices
Norfolk, Virginia, is the second-largest city in the state.  As you’d expect, it has a fairly good sized LGBT population.  Norfolk has undergone something of a major revival in some areas, especially in the urban center of the city.  Granby Street, once the center of the city’s commercial district, has declined, but the abandoned warehouses and other buildings in downtown Norfolk are now being demolished and replaced with condos, office buildings, and more.  There ...more
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