National Association of Gay & Lesbian Real Estate Professionals
San Diego Gay Realtor & Gay Real Estate
Contact: Chris Hyatt
Member Since 2019
2820 Camino Del Rio S., #314
San Diego, California
United States 92108
Carlsbad, Chula Vista, Coronado, Del Mar, Encinitas, Escondido, La Jolla, La Mesa, Oceanside, Ramona, San Diego, Solana Beach, Temecula, Valley Center, Vista
Tel: (619) 925-2322
Cell: (619) 925-2322
Broker, CRS, CLHMS
TRUE STORY: I only got my real estate license because I forced to…. Well, kind of... LOL...
People kept telling me, “Chris you should really be in real estate. You’d be so good at it. You love to teach and help others”.In 2007, 5 years later, I took their advice…
Living in Japan working as a university professor teaching molecular biology, organic chemistry, and English, among other things, allowed me to realize my true passion: helping, and teaching others!
People have called me the “Google of San Diego real estate”. Ask me a question and I’ll get you the answer. I just love teaching people in any way I can! Teaching people how to make a wise financial decision with one of their most important financial decisions is what keeps me going daily.
Being a good teacher is only half of what makes a real estate agent successful. You don’t hire me to help you buy or sell a property, you hire me to take care of you and your best interests in every respect. I don’t care what you buy or sell, I care about the experience you have with me.
As an out, gay realtor, I can say there is a lot of power my clients feel in being comfortable with who one is in one's own skin, and go through the business of buying or selling a home with discretion, understanding and without judgment of any kind.
My advice to you:First, take the time to learn about the process with me, so you can make a wise financial decision. It will be worth it in the long run.
Secondly, while the buying or selling process CAN be stressful, when you are with the right agent, it SHOULD be more about fun. I think it’s important you have someone you trust, and as a result, your home buying or selling experience be enjoyable.
Thirdly, don't forget to laugh. A house is an investment, but it’s also a place to call home, and create endless memories. Whatever decision you end up making, make sure it’s one you’ll enjoy for years to come.
LIVE. LAUGH. LEARN.
Cheers, Chris Hyatt
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