Orange County Business Spotlight: First Team Real Estate

If you’re in the market to buy or sell a home in Orange County, chances are you’ll be doing business with First Team Real Estate, and that’s a good thing for you.
Nearly one out of every six homes listed in the O.C. in the first half of 2013 was listed by First Team Real Estate and its 1,800-plus agents.

With more than 40 offices spread across the county and a team of professionals that puts their clients first, it’s no wonder First Team Real Estate has risen to prominence locally and gained national accolades. Not only it is the top independent real estate company in Southern California but last year, RIS Media, which is the authoritative source for news on the real estate industry across the country, listed First Team Real Estate among the top 10 brokerages in the nation!

What’s even more impressive is the way First Team agents treat their clients. They treat their clients as business partners which they are. The agents don’t just focus on the short-term goal of moving properties. They work with clients to understand their personal and professional goals, challenges, opportunities and lifelong aspirations.
The results are impressive. Homes are sold at prices that make sense for the sellers. Homes are secured at prices that make sense for the buyers and lifelong partnerships are forged.

That’s what makes First Team Real Estate different from competitors and that’s what makes the company one of the top real estate organizations in the entire United States.
You can learn more about First Team by:

  • Visiting its website
  • Joining the nearly 900 people who follow the company on Twitter
  • Becoming one of the nearly 3,000 sellers and buyers who like them on Facebook

Call them today at 888-236-1943 or visit them at 108 Pacifica, Irvine CA.

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