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Eric W.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

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Quality 10
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Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

She knows everything about Pacifica.

I liked Christine's personality. We loved their services.

Steven D.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

2 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say they know the area very well, they have a good reputation from working with other Realtors, and they're very good at finding exactly what you're looking for in a house.

I liked just how quickly we were able to find and close on the house that we wanted.

J.C.S.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

3 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They did a good job. I got a good price for my property.

I liked the exposure they brought to our property. The house was advertised and promoted well.

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Christine Stahl and Pete Lommori, Real Estate Agents

Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties helps clients buy and sell all types of residential real estate in San Mateo County and San Francisco. The agency takes a handson approach to guiding its clients through the real estate process, from providing financial advice to counseling them about their short- and long-term plans.

Co-owner Pete Lommori says that Lommori Stahl Group’s customer-oriented business practices have allowed it to build a loyal client base that’s quick to refer friends and family. “We want our clients to think of us as a valuable asset that has their best interests in mind, so we focus all our efforts on helping them achieve their goals. We’re there for them every step of the way, and they really appreciate that.”

Lommori Stahl Group utilizes its wide-ranging professional capabilities to customize each real estate plan for the clients’ specific needs. “Our counseling experience is crucial for helping our clients realize how their decisions will affect their lives five or six years down the road,” says co-owner Christine Stahl. “Whatever the situ-ation, we’re going to do the best job that we can.” 

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Pacifica to Pescadero
San Francisco
Daly City to Menlo Park

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Residential Real Estate Sales & Purchases
Investment Properties
Multiunit Properties
Relocation
Distressed Properties
Short Sales
1031 Exchanges
New Construction
Leases

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Company Profile

Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties helps clients buy and sell all types of residential real estate in San Mateo County and San Francisco. The agency takes a handson approach to guiding its clients through the real estate process, from providing financial advice to counseling them about their short- and long-term plans.

Co-owner Pete Lommori says that Lommori Stahl Group’s customer-oriented business practices have allowed it to build a loyal client base that’s quick to refer friends and family. “We want our clients to think of us as a valuable asset that has their best interests in mind, so we focus all our efforts on helping them achieve their goals. We’re there for them every step of the way, and they really appreciate that.”

Lommori Stahl Group utilizes its wide-ranging professional capabilities to customize each real estate plan for the clients’ specific needs. “Our counseling experience is crucial for helping our clients realize how their decisions will affect their lives five or six years down the road,” says co-owner Christine Stahl. “Whatever the situ-ation, we’re going to do the best job that we can.” 

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Company Philosophy

"Our job is to help our clients get the best possible results from their real estate transactions, so we take the time to determine what they're trying to accomplish and advise them on how to get to that point. Ultimately, we want every client to be happy with their decision–their satisfaction is worth more to us than any commission."

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Comparative Summary

Maintaining customer satisfaction is a crucial aspect of any business, but it’s even more important for real estate agencies that have earned the prestigious Diamond Certified award. For Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties, the most effective way to keep clients happy is to utilize its comprehensive expertise to guide them through the real estate process. “We’re there for our clients every step of the way, from the first phone call to the moment they get the keys to their new homes,” says co-owner Christine Stahl. “Buying or selling a home takes a lot of planning and hard work, so our clients really appreciate how hands-on we are throughout the process.”

Lommori Stahl Group has been helping clients buy and sell residential real estate in San Mateo County and San Francisco since 1994. The agency handles every step of the real estate process for its clients, from providing financial advice to counseling them about their short- and long-term plans. Its agents are also qualified to work on short sales and 1031 exchanges.

Unlike less experienced real estate agencies that try to be all things to their clients, Lommori Stahl Group takes a team approach to every job so they can focus on their areas of expertise and ensure the best possible results. “Together, we’re able to bring more to the table than we could individually,” affirms co-owner Pete Lommori. “With my lending expertise and Christine’s marketing savvy, we’re able to meet the varying needs of our clients.”

Ultimately, Mr. Lommori and Ms. Stahl see their decades of industry experience as Lommori Stahl Group’s most important attribute. “Both of us are second-generation Bay Area real estate agents–I started in the 1980s and Pete started in 1973–so we have a lot of knowledge about local homes and developments,” says Ms. Stahl. “Whenever we show a property, we can give the client a lot of information about how it was built and the history of the area, which they really appreciate.”

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Industry Info

If you’re thinking about buying a home, make sure you’re aware of the latest real estate rules. Gone are the days of low or no down payments, borrowing the full balance of your loan, fast escrows, and easy prequalification to home buying. Since the housing market upheaval of 2008, buyers now face a limited approval process, harder-to-find loans, limits on loan amounts, and longer waiting periods before the close of escrow. However, savvy buyers know that finding the right real estate agent to walk them through the process can alleviate frustration and get them into their dream homes with fewer missteps.

According to Pete Lommori, co-owner of Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties in Pacifica, home buyers should be prepared to undergo a lengthy approval process that takes into account their principal, interest, taxes, insurance and long-term debt rather than their gross income. “Unfortunately, this limits a lot of buyers,” he says. “Rates can be higher if you don’t qualify for a 30-year fixed loan, and the process can be slow and require a lot of documentation and signatures.” Mr. Lommori advises buyers to stay patient and give themselves extra time. Having paperwork, documentation, and other necessary items on-hand can reduce wait times and hasten the process.

Knowing your budget and using that information wisely can get you into a home without putting you deep into debt. “I always recommend overbidding if you’re shopping for a new home in certain Bay Area locations,” says Christine Stahl, Mr. Lommori’s business partner. “Many smart buyers look for properties that are priced under what they’re qualified for because they know they may have to overbid to get into a home.”

Being able to use technology wisely also helps today’s home buyers and sellers. “Zillow, for example, prices homes by taking an average in the area, but it doesn’t actually account for your home’s specific features,” cautions Mr. Lommori. “Instead, I recommend hiring a local agent who can give you a market analysis that’s based on your home’s size and condition, any remodels or upgrades you’ve done, and other information that will give you an accurate price. A hands-on agent will show your property, write offers, coordinate inspections and be there for you from start to finish.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can you help me sell my house?

A: Yes. We’ll start by looking at your home and assessing its condition, and then we’ll sit down with you and determine what you want to accomplish. We’ll discuss what your home is worth, the costs of selling, and details like inspections and disclosures.

Q: What do I need to do to get my house ready to sell?

A: Depending on the condition of your home and the area in which you live, we may recommend repairs, upgrades, staging or other actions to prepare your home for the market. We’ll walk you through what your home needs before it goes up for sale.

Q: Is location the most important factor when it comes to buying a house?

A: Location is definitely important, but so are things like the size and condition of the home, the number of bathrooms and bedrooms, the price, the distance from your workplace, and other factors that may be important to you. Once we determine your goals and expectations, we can help you weigh your options.

Q: How can I determine my budget for buying a home?

A: The most important thing you can do before looking for a home is to get preapproved for a loan. Most lenders approve people based on their gross income, but the real figure is what you can afford to spend on housing each month. We advise our clients to break down their living costs so they can see what a monthly mortgage payment would look like.

Q: Why isn’t my house worth what Zillow says it’s worth?

A: Zillow prices homes by taking an average in the area, but it doesn’t actually account for your home’s exact features. Instead of using Zillow, we’ll show you a market analysis of the area that’s based on the size and condition of your house, any remodels or upgrades you’ve done, and other information that will give us an accurate price.

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DIAMOND CERTIFIED EXPERT CONTRIBUTOR ADVICE & TIPS FROM Christine Stahl

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Christine Stahl: In Her Father’s Footsteps

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

PACIFICA — When asked how she became involved in the real estate industry, Christine Stahl credits the early influence of her father. “My father was a real estate broker and had his own office in Pacifica,” she explains. “When I was deciding what I wanted to do with my life, my father’s business partner suggested I go to work for him and have him teach me the business. I took her advice, got my real estate license and joined my father’s team.”

Five years later, Christine’s father unexpectedly passed away, which left her not only in a place of personal grief, but also at a professional crossroads. “After my father passed away, I had the choice to take over his company or continue working solo as an agent,” she says. “I decided on the latter, as I really enjoyed working hands-on with buyers and sellers.” Not long after, Christine was offered a proposition from industry colleague Pete Lommori. “Pete and I knew each other from working together on past transactions, and after my father passed, he suggested we join forces and form a team. The more we talked about it, the more it seemed like a good idea, so we made it official in 1995 and have been working together ever since.”

Today, as partner at Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties, Christine says her favorite part of her job is helping clients prepare for major decisions. “For most people, purchasing or selling a home is one of the biggest decisions they’ll ever make, so I like being there to walk them through that process. By sitting down with them, determining their needs and putting together a plan to meet their goals, I’m able to give my clients greater confidence in making their big decisions.”

A longtime resident of Pacifica, Christine expresses her adoration for the Bay Area. “I was born and raised in Daytona Beach, Florida, so I’ve always loved the coast and the ocean. When I came to the Pacific coast, it immediately felt like home. The surf, the sunset, the mountains, the clean air…we’re simply surrounded by beauty, so I feel very fortunate to live here.”

Outside of work, Christine spends much of her time enjoying the local landscape and searching for hidden gems. “I like to explore different areas of Northern California, including the coast and Wine Country,” she says. “There’s so much to see and do around the Bay Area, and I’m always coming across new things.” Additionally, Christine enjoys spending time with friends and family; going on walks with her dog and company mascot, Rockaway Ricky; and volunteering her time to benefit her community. “I’m on the board of a local nonprofit called Pacificans Care, which raises funds for the four core social service agencies here in Pacifica.”

When asked the first thing she’d do if she were to retire tomorrow, Christine says she would expand her exploratory horizons beyond the California border. “I would definitely travel more. In particular, I’d like to visit some of the national parks around the country. I love nature and have been to a few parks, but there are a lot more I still want to see, so maybe I’d rent an RV and go on a national park tour.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: What was your first pet?
A: A cat named Girl.

Q: Reality TV or documentaries?
A: Documentaries. I like history and enjoy learning the facts behind major events.

Q: What’s your favorite winery?
A: Chateau St. Jean in Kenwood.

Q: What kind of music do you like?
A: Classic rock and Motown.

Q: Do you collect anything?
A: Succulents—they’re fun to collect because you can simply take a branch from someone else’s garden and transplant it into yours.

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Expert articles
  • Measures to Maximize Property Appeal

    PACIFICA — Prior to putting your home up for sale, you’ll want to take measures to maximize its appeal to potential buyers. While there are several avenues for boosting your property’s appeal, it’s best to focus on those that are likely to bring the highest return on your investment. Here are some worthwhile measures to consider:

    1. Curb appeal
    Curb appeal is an industry term that signifies the aesthetic value of a property’s front yard and façade. Think of it as the “face” of your property—the first thing potential buyers see when they drive up (or by). Maximizing your property’s curb appeal often involves several steps, from general upkeep (neatly trimmed trees, shrubs and grass) to adding colorful flowers or repainting your front door.

    2. Staging
    Staging is a way of showcasing the space in a home, and it may consist of anything from a couple of well-placed flower arrangements to a complete rearrangement of furniture. In some cases, real estate agents will even bring in their own plants and furniture to further boost appeal. Staging has become standard in the real estate industry, and most buyers actually expect a home to be staged when they come to see it in person.

    3. Painting
    In terms of investment return, repainting your sale property is a win-win, as it’s simultaneously one of the least expensive and most impactful home improvement measures you can employ.

    4. Hardwood floor refinishing
    If your home has old carpet, rather than replacing it, consider pulling it up and refinishing the hardwood beneath it. Not only is this less expensive than installing new carpet, but hardwood flooring has become a popular aesthetic choice among today’s consumers.

    To make the most of pre-sale home improvements, ask your real estate agent which measures are likely to bring the most benefit for your property.

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  • Video: Preparing Your Home for Market

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    PACIFICA — Host, Sarah Rutan: If you’re planning to sell your home, you’ll want to take every available measure to get it ready for market. To learn more, we’re in Pacifica with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Christine Stahl, partner at Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Christine Stahl: So, you’re putting your home on the market to sell, and it’s time to make improvements. What are some of the top improvements that you would want to consider when getting your home ready to sell?

    Curb appeal – very, very important, because people like to drive by and look at a property. So, we may recommend some extra flowers, painting the front door, those kinds of things.

    Staging – staging has become huge in the last seven to eight years. Buyers these days actually expect a home to be staged. Sometimes we stage with all new furniture; sometimes we stage with the seller’s furniture, or a combination thereof.

    Painting- painting the interior and exterior of a property. That is the least expensive way to bring the most benefit to a property when getting ready to sell. Fresh paint.

    If you have hardwood floorings, we can recommend a company to come in and polish up the floor, or refinish the floor.

    So, these are the top home improvements that we would recommend to a seller when they are getting ready to sell.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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DIAMOND CERTIFIED EXPERT CONTRIBUTOR ADVICE & TIPS FROM Pete Lommori

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Pete Lommori: Ready for Takeoff

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

PACIFICA — Pete Lommori originally planned on having a career in aviation, but even after his aspirations were grounded, he found a way to elevate his professional prospects. “My father was a real estate broker, but I never planned on following in his footsteps—I wanted to be a pilot like my Uncle Bob,” he remembers. “After high school, I enrolled in the aeronautics program at College of San Mateo. Unfortunately, that was right when the Vietnam War was happening, and I got drafted. When I returned, I was unable to find work as an air traffic controller, much less as a pilot. My father suggested that I get my real estate license and come work for him, so that’s what I did.”

Soon after initiating his real estate career, Pete found that he enjoyed the work and decided to stick with it. Twenty years later, he took things to the next level by partnering with industry colleague Christine Stahl. “Both Christine’s father and my father owned real estate firms in Pacifica, so we had that in common,” he recounts. “When Christine’s father passed away in 1990, I was working at Re/Max Star Properties and convinced her to come work for us. We started helping each other and eventually decided to form a team.”

Today, as a partner at Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties, Pete aims to change negative perceptions of his profession, one client at a time. “Realtors get a bad rap because people think we’re all about our commissions, but that’s not the case with me and Christine,” he explains. “Naturally, we get paid for what we do, but it’s not about the money; it’s about helping clients reach their goals. That’s the most important thing to us.”

A resident of Pacifica, Pete appreciates his central proximity within the Greater Bay Area. “I like how convenient this area is to everything,” he says. “Even better, as a Harley-Davidson owner, there are plenty of beautiful places for me to ride, from the coast to the redwoods.” When he’s not on a motorcycle ride, Pete likes playing golf, driving his Corvette convertible, and enjoying the rich array of wine and food to be found in the local area.

In his life and career, Pete espouses the importance of honesty. “I believe in telling the truth, even if it hurts,” he says. “That’s the only way to operate, both in business and in your personal life. It’s not always easy to be upfront and honest with people, and sometimes things don’t work out, but it’s better in the long run than being dishonest.”

When asked the first thing he’d do if he were to retire tomorrow, Pete says he’d take a long motorcycle trip. “I would travel around the United States on my Harley. I could also see myself getting an RV—that way, I could drive to where I want to be and spend a few days exploring the area on my bike. That might be the way to do it.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
A: Italy. I’ve been there before, but I still want to visit the town where my grandparents came from, which is in the Tuscany region. The town is called Lammari, which is where my last name originates from.

Q: What’s your favorite TV show?
A: “Star Trek.”

Q: What kind of music do you like?
A: Oldies but goodies, from the ’50s all the way through the ’80s.

Q: What’s your favorite thing to do on a rainy day?
A: Putter around in the garage and clean up my Harley and Corvette. I also like to watch old movies.

Q: What’s your dream car?
A: A 1967 Pontiac GTO convertible. I used to own one, so it would be fun to get one and relive the past.

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Expert articles
  • Avoiding Capital Gains on a Home Sale

    PACIFICA — If you’re a homeowner and nearing retirement, it’s a good idea to start planning now, especially if you’re thinking about selling your home. One thing many homeowners in this position fail to think about is capital gains. If you bought your home a long time ago, it has likely incurred a substantial amount of appreciation over the years. The good news is you’ll make a profit when you sell; the bad news is a high capital gains tax comes along with your home’s increased value. If you aren’t careful, you could end up losing a substantial chunk of your profit to this tax, which could put a dent in your retirement fund.

    To avoid this scenario, make appointments with a real estate agent and a tax professional to see what kinds of capital gains you’re looking at and what your options are. One good option is to put your estate into a trust, which can help you circumvent capital gains if you decide to sell or when your heirs inherit your property.

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  • Video: Planning Ahead for Major Transactions

    Complete Video Transcription:

    PACIFICA — Host, Sarah Rutan: Whether you’re retiring, selling your home or simply want to get your affairs in order, there’s no substitute for careful planning. To learn more, we’re in Pacifica with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Pete Lommori, partner at Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Pete Lommori: Hello. My name is Pete Lommori, and this is your tip of the day. Today’s tip has to do with estate planning and tax planning. Our society is getting older, and when we meet with the clients that are selling their home and retiring, we have to discuss capital gains. These folks have bought these properties way back when, when they were very inexpensive, and, now, with the appreciation we’ve incurred, they are looking at possible capital gains.

    So, we sit down with them and instruct them and refer them to tax experts, so they know, going in, how much they’re going to have available to retire when they move. Secondly, estate planning — we get clients coming in that have no estate planning. They don’t have a will or a trust, and it could adversely affect their heirs. We also recommend that they see an estate attorney, and we highly recommend a trust being the best to avoid capital gains when and if they sell the property or their heirs inherit the property. That’s your tip of the day.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

     

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Each surveyed customer was asked, “If you needed any helpful expertise, did this company provide that expertise?” To calculate this score, total “Yes” responses were divided by total responses (excluding those that stated they hadn’t needed any expertise).

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Phone SURVEY RESPONSES FROM 31 VERIFIED CUSTOMERS i
Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties : Average 9.5 out of 10 based on 31 unique customer surveys of customer satisfaction.

Eric W.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

1 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

She knows everything about Pacifica.

I liked Christine's personality. We loved their services.

J.C.S.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

2 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They did a good job. I got a good price for my property.

I liked the exposure they brought to our property. The house was advertised and promoted well.

Steven D.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

3 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say they know the area very well, they have a good reputation from working with other Realtors, and they're very good at finding exactly what you're looking for in a house.

I liked just how quickly we were able to find and close on the house that we wanted.

Spencer Y.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

4 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They're very knowledgeable and just nice people. They're friendly, and there's no beating around the bush. They just tell you how it is. They problem solve and tell you they're on it.

They were friendly, and I felt relaxed around them.

Rebecca R.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

5 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I'd tell them to use them.

They handled the whole thing and took care of it all.

Elisa W.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

6 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Their experience is unsurpassed. Both of their fathers were brokers, and they have been in business for a long time. They're are local experts. I would highly recommend them. They are always available and return calls quickly.

They explained things in detail and in terms that were easily understood. I had a short sale, and they were good about explaining the entire process.

Alan C.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

7 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I'd recommend them.

They were great.

Stephen W.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

8 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

She is a professional person.

She was very involved, professional, and went right to the heart of the matter. She's great.

Skye G.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

9 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were very helpful, and I felt comfortable as a buyer. They are very personable Realtors.

I liked the friendliness of the agents.

Timothy K.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

10 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are consumer friendly and helpful. I have used them four times, and they are consistently good.

I like how accessible they are. They are always available.

Jeffrey B.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

11 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They did very well.

I liked that it's a team. They have a lot of experience, a lot of ways to help financially, and they provide a lot of information. I purchased and sold properties through them, and everything went smoothly.

Geraldine K.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

12 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I think she's quite professional and the idea that this woman has 30 years of experience in real estate makes me feel confident in her abilities to sell my house for the price I'm looking for. I totally trust her.

She's easy to talk to and pleasant to be around.

Ryan S.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

13 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

He's experienced and so he has a lot of contacts in the industry. He is very straightforward and honest.

He understands the market very well.

Frederick D.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

14 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were very helpful, flexible, and they did a very good job for us. I'm pleased with them.

They were always there to support us. They were very good.

David R.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

15 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They are very honest and trustworthy. They look out for all parties involved in the deal.

They are very honest and trustworthy. They look out for all parties involved in the deal. They're very personal and easy to communicate with. I think they're great.

Christopher K.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

16 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I think they're the best. They're professional, and they care about the client.

That they cared, they were amazing.

Michael O.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

17 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would highly recommend them.

What I liked best is Pete, because he's a straight-shooter, and he's realistic about everything. That

Elijah P.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

18 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would recommend them. I always do.

They're honest, straightforward, and they do what they say they're going to do. They're highly professional and reliable. I've been buying homes from them for years.

Kimberly C.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

19 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were really great to work with, and they knew a lot about our area.

They helped us get our house.

Sharon W.

VERIFIED Lommori Stahl Group of Re/Max Star Properties CUSTOMER

20 of 31

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

He listed for me.

It was easy.

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