In an effort to save money, many homeowners take the DIY approach to home renovations. But the truth is, a huge majority of them end up making mistakes—and those mistakes can be extremely costly. According to a recent survey from home insurance company Clovered, 85.2 percent of homeowners surveyed named saving money as their top reason […]Read More...
Coldwell Banker Blackstone Realty
"Ray is a total Super Achiever and a true Champion in the Real Estate industry today. Always on a go, always running extra miles, impeccable work ethics, clients total satisfaction is Ray’s number one priority, he really truly cares for his clients satisfaction, always under promises and over delivers! Ray is a role model for many to follow. Year after year Ray walks the Red Carpet at our award ceremonies; and it is always my pleasure to acknowledge Ray with a hard earned trophy. I am sure by joining Global RE company, Coldwell Banker Blackstone Realty, that provides latest tools not just to generate business but to provide superior service to clients and customers, Ray’s success will multiply. I am very proud of Ray and wishing him much continued success." (Tina Jimov-Red, Regional Vice President CBBR)
Lopez, who graduated with a Bachelors degree from CSU Fullerton decided to sell Real Estate instead. He has taken advantage of the support and training at his previous broker and earned the Short Sales and Foreclosure (SFR) designation, enhancing his ability to assist clients facing financial uncertainty. An award-winning agent from the start of his career, Lopez’s skills and success continue to grow. He recently transitioned to Coldwell Banker Blackstone Realty to further his Real Estate business to the next level so he can better serve his clients.
Lopez serves communities across the Inland Empire such as Chino Hills, Corona, Eastvale, Jurupa Valley, Mira Loma, Riverside, Murrieta, Temecula, Menifee, Wildomar, and in Lake Elsinore area. In recent years he has become very experienced in handling short sales, but as the market rebounds, more and more of his listings are standard sales. Lopez keeps up with current real estate trends so he can achieve the results his clients desire.
Born in Okinawa, Japan, Lopez grew up in Los Angeles County. He moved to the Inland Empire in 2010. “I ended up loving the area,” he says, “and I plan on living here for a very long time.” His background includes working as a bartender, where he honed his people skills. “It taught me how to deal with different personalities anytime, anyplace. I think listening and being compassionate are very important when it comes to customer service.” His clients agree, citing his caring, personal approach to every transaction, and his diligence in working with all the parties involved, from buyers, sellers, and agents to the banks and lenders.
“Ray is a great team member and a wonderful agent,” says Danny Vallejos, manager of the Corona office. “He genuinely wants to achieve the most successful outcome for every client, and to see them get what they want, whether they are buying or selling a home.”
“All my life,” Lopez says, “I have wanted to contribute and give back to society, because life has treated me kindly. Helping homeowners sell their homes to move on to the next chapter in their lives gives me a great feeling of worth, validation, and accomplishment.”
Count on the services of a proven professional. For all your real estate needs, contact Ray Lopez of Coldwell Banker Blackstone Realty. Please call (951) 300-8668, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit Ray’s website at www.RayLopez.Info.
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Jumping into those fluffy, gorgeous-colored mounds of leaves is an iconic tradition in the Fall season (unless you live in New Mexico). It’s probably the only time children consider raking the yard somewhat rewarding. Well, maybe not these days, with the instant gratification of video games and endless streams of media. What about us adults? […]Read More...