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MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc.

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MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc.

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Nicole N.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

1 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Above and beyond continually

I love that they get back to me in a timely manner. Above and beyond helpful, and if I had any questions they answered questions in detail.

Brandon C.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

2 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

The Realtor, Michelle, I cannot recommend her enough. She went above and beyond, communication was consistent, her advice was sound, I work in customer service myself and she provided excellent customer service, best customer service ever.

They had a robust amount of houses and the level of communication was great.

Emely W.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

3 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say it's real nice to have a team to support one another. You had other people doing open houses. Kim, my Realtor was excellent.

The house sold.

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Michelle Cardoza, Owner

MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. helps clients buy and sell all types of residential, commercial and investment properties in Sonoma, Napa, Humboldt, and Trinity Counties. The company is also certified to help senior citizens navigate the process of selling their family homes, and it provides short- and long-term real estate planning services for its clients’ convenience.

Owner Michelle Cardoza says MikkiMoves Real Estate’s focus on educating its clients has been a crucial aspect of its success. “We’re here to give our clients all the guidance they need to make one of the biggest decisions of their lives. Whether we’re helping them get the best deals or trying to protect them from purchasing homes that aren’t a good fit, we’re always looking out for their best interests.”

In addition to taking care of its clientele, MikkiMoves Real Estate makes a point of giving back to its community. “For example, with every transaction we close, we donate 1 percent of the proceeds to a local nonprofit of the client’s choice, in the client’s name,” explains Ms. Cardoza. “We also extend our passion for education by holding monthly consumer workshops for the public. Our clients really appreciate how committed we are to our community.”

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Sonoma County
Napa County
Humboldt
Trinity Counites
Healdsburg
Windsor
Santa Rosa
Petaluma
Guerneville
Sebastopol

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Residential & Investment Real Estate Sales & Purchases
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DIAMOND CERTIFIED RESEARCHED ARTICLES ON MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc.

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Company Profile

MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. helps clients buy and sell all types of residential, commercial and investment properties in Sonoma, Napa, Humboldt, and Trinity Counties. The company is also certified to help senior citizens navigate the process of selling their family homes, and it provides short- and long-term real estate planning services for its clients’ convenience.

Owner Michelle Cardoza says MikkiMoves Real Estate’s focus on educating its clients has been a crucial aspect of its success. “We’re here to give our clients all the guidance they need to make one of the biggest decisions of their lives. Whether we’re helping them get the best deals or trying to protect them from purchasing homes that aren’t a good fit, we’re always looking out for their best interests.”

In addition to taking care of its clientele, MikkiMoves Real Estate makes a point of giving back to its community. “For example, with every transaction we close, we donate 1 percent of the proceeds to a local nonprofit of the client’s choice, in the client’s name,” explains Ms. Cardoza. “We also extend our passion for education by holding monthly consumer workshops for the public. Our clients really appreciate how committed we are to our community.”

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Company Philosophy

"Our mission is to help buyers and sellers on their real estate journeys by providing them with education and support every step of the way. By combining a full-service team approach with the industry's latest technology, we're able to provide a superior real estate experience for every client."

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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 MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc., the best way to achieve and maintain customer satisfaction is to provide every client with high-end services, regardless of their budget. “It doesn’t matter if a client is working with $50,000 or $10 million–the level of service we provide is exactly the same,” affirms owner Michelle Cardoza. “We work from the heart, not the budget, and we do what we need to do to achieve our clients’ goals and make sure they’re satisfied.”

MikkiMoves Real Estate has been helping clients buy and sell all types of residential properties in Sonoma, Napa, Humboldt, and Trinity Counties since 2012. The company also utilizes its SRES certification to help senior citizens navigate the process of selling their family homes, and it offers short- and long-term real estate planning services for its clients’ convenience.

Unlike real estate agencies that take a “hands off” approach to helping their agents with certain aspects of the real estate process, MikkiMoves Real Estate takes a team approach to every transaction to ensure a positive experience for both its agents and their clients. “We want our agents to focus on what they do best, which is helping people buy and sell properties,” says Ms. Cardoza. “No matter which agents our clients work with, they all get the same expert help in marketing, paperwork preparation and filing, appointment setting, and other transaction details.”

Ultimately, Ms. Cardoza sees this collaborative approach as MikkiMoves Real Estate’s most important attribute. “Whether we’re sharing information or discussing ways to solve problematic transactions, we’re always helping each other,” she says. “The level of collaboration we have between our agents allows us to come up with the best strategies for successfully dealing with our clients’ challenges.”

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Industry Info

If you’re planning to purchase a new home, make sure you protect yourself with additional buyer-broker agreements. If you’re looking to buy or sell a home, you may be interested to learn there are optional protections you can choose to better protect yourself and your interests. Buying a home comes with mounds of paperwork (inspections, reports, insurance and mortgage documents, contracts, offers), so it may seem superfluous to add more documentation. However, your rights and those of your real estate agent may not be adequately protected by the documents that are legally required, so adding paperwork that specifically protects you and your transaction can give you added peace of mind and security.

One such item of additional documentation is the buyer-broker agreement. This isn’t a required form, but many real estate professionals recommend it. “I definitely recommend that buyers and real estate agents use this tool,” affirms Michelle Cardoza, owner of MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. in Santa Rosa. “It’s not required by law, but it certainly sets both parties’ expectations. It delineates exactly who the clients and agents are, explains the responsibilities of all parties, and limits liabilities on both sides.”

Another document you can ask for is a service guarantee, which identifies all the steps your agent will take to sell or find a home for you. In many cases, it outlines grievance procedures and helps clients find their voices if they’re unhappy with or uncertain about the service they’re receiving.

Not all real estate agents offer their clients market analyses, but most do. Ms. Cardoza recommends finding an agent or neutral third party that will provide you with that service. “A market analysis will help the seller and agent know how much they can expect to get for a property, and it can help buyers know what a fair offer looks like,” she says. “It’s good information to have because it helps all parties make wise decisions.”

Having a buyer or seller net sheet is also a good move. “These aren’t required by law, but you should definitely have one,” confirms Ms. Cardoza. “These forms show each party the expenses they will have if they follow through with the transaction so there aren’t any surprises at the end.” These can include closing costs, percentages owed to agents on both sides, and other fees and financial obligations.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How well do you know the areas and properties that are available?

A: Very well. We go to networking meetings every week and look at the current inventory as often as possible. We spend a lot of time watching the market and learning about the areas in which we’re buying and selling properties. We also present many workshops in which we teach clients and general consumers about the real estate industry.

Q: What does the process of buying or selling a property look like?

A: Every transaction begins with a consultation, during which we’ll explain the big picture of the process, give you handouts and information, and show you that we’re here to help you every step of the way. We won’t just present you with a contract and have you sign it—we’ll provide you with the information you need to make a decision that’s right for you.

Q: Will you use nontraditional methods to help me find a new home?

A: Yes. Reaching outside of the box and going a step further are parts of our business. If you work with us as a buyer, we’ll do whatever it takes to help you find the right home, from knocking on doors to talking with individuals who may be interested in selling homes that aren’t on the market yet. Also, we have a section of our website called ReHarmony that lists the hopes of buyers who have specific needs. Potential sellers can look there and alert us about homes that are currently or will soon be for sale.

Q: Will you work with the buyer and seller on the same transaction?

A: Yes, that’s called dual agency, and it happens a lot. If we list a property with a seller, we can talk to them about the potential of bringing in a current client as the buyer. If everyone is comfortable with it, both sides sign documents stating they understand the process. We’re still mandated to keep some information confidential, and we have to disclose any property flaws or problems.

Q: Do you show properties on weekends or after hours?

A: We show properties based on our clients’ schedules, so if you need to do it early on a Saturday or after work on a weekday, that’s what we’ll do. We’re here to serve our clients.

Q: How do I know if an agent is the right fit for me?

A: Our clients always come first, so we’ll take the time to get to know you and match you with an agent who has similar tastes and interests. Also, we understand that sometimes certain people don’t work well together, so we’re flexible. For us, the process isn’t a competition; it’s about providing our clients with the best possible service.

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DIAMOND CERTIFIED EXPERT CONTRIBUTOR ADVICE & TIPS FROM Mikki Cardoza

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  • Mikki Cardoza is a 16-year veteran of the real estate industry and owner of MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc., a Diamond Certified company. She can be reached at (707) 200-1355 or by email.

Mikki Cardoza: Working from the Heart

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

SANTA ROSA — Before she was moving real estate, Mikki Cardoza was molding young minds in the classroom, a vocation she loved in spite of its exhausting nature. When she transitioned to a career in real estate, she encountered a new set of challenges, but more importantly, she found a fresh opportunity to work from the heart. “In 2000, I was working as a middle school teacher and also had four seventh- and eighth-graders at home,” she remembers. “I got to a point where I was completely exhausted, which prompted my decision to take a year-long sabbatical from teaching. During this time, my neighbor who owned a real estate brokerage suggested I give real estate a shot. It wasn’t long before I’d passed my realtor exam and was working locally. I was enjoying it so much that I started to consider staying in real estate rather than returning to teaching.”

In contemplating the transition from teacher to realtor, Mikki’s principle concern was whether she’d still be able to make a positive impact. “I told my best friend, who also happened to be a teacher, that I was worried about going from a rewarding profession like teaching to a career in sales,” she explains. “She responded that buying a home is one of the most difficult decisions people make in their entire lives, and it’s important to have a caring, honest, ethical person guide them through the process. Hearing that made me realize I could still do good and find fulfillment in this new field.”

After going into real estate full-time, things began to ramp up for Mikki, and it wasn’t long before she found herself in a familiar state: exhausted. “I found myself working pretty much nonstop, with barely any time to see my family,” she says. “I could feel a burnout coming, but I knew I didn’t want to give up my business. So, I sat down and wrote a dream business plan that addressed the issues I was currently facing. For example, I imagined how it would look if I could actually take time off without impacting my clients.” Soon after, Mikki found a chance to put her plan into action. “In February of 2012, I had the opportunity to purchase a commercial building, and a month later, MikkiMoves Real Estate was born.”

Today, Mikki says her favorite part of her job is making a difference in the lives of others. “I love working with my clients and helping them achieve their goals. Also, as a lead broker, I like helping the other agents on our team be successful. In everything we do, my hope is that we always work from the heart and keep our clients’ best interests in mind.”

A resident of Santa Rosa (where she lives with her husband, Art), Mikki spends her time outside of work engaged in a variety of hobbies and activities. “Art and I have two grandchildren, so my number one thing is spending time with them whenever I can,” she says. “I also enjoy traveling, going out to eat, talking walks in the park, reading, cooking and relaxing at the beach.”

When asked the first thing she’d do if she were to retire tomorrow, Mikki says she would have no trouble filling the extra time. “I would definitely like to travel more, as well as spend more time with my family. My husband is already retired, so when I’m headed to the office, he’s usually headed to the golf course. I’m looking forward to my chance to play!”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: Have you ever read a book more than once?
A: “Awaken the Giant Within” by Anthony Robbins.

Q: What’s your favorite local restaurant?
A: It’s a tie between Sea Thai Bistro and Willi’s Wine Bar, which are both in Santa Rosa.

Q: If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
A: Fiji, for the beaches.

Q: What were you most known for in high school?
A: The ability to get along with any kind of crowd. You might say I was socially ambidextrous.

Q: What’s your favorite movie?
A: “The Princess Bride.”

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  • Real Estate Contingencies

    SANTA ROSA — In real estate, when a seller accepts an offer from a buyer, the two parties enter into a tentative contract, which gives the buyer a chance to more closely evaluate the property. One of the most important features of this contract is its contingencies, which protect the buyer from becoming locked into the contract against their will. Normally, a buyer will include a list of contingencies in their offer. If the offer is accepted, the buyer retains the right to cancel the contract without penalty if the contingencies aren’t met.

    There are several different kinds of contingencies, from common ones like inspection and loan contingencies to more specific ones like a deferral of final purchase until the buyer has sold their current residence. In the case of an inspection contingency, if the buyer doesn’t like what they see during inspections, they’re free to either cancel the contract or renegotiate with the seller.

    Overall, a contingency functions as an escape clause that gives the buyer a way out of a contract if things don’t pan out. For this reason, prior to making an offer on a property, confer with your realtor to make sure you’re covered by the right contingencies.

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  • How to Buy and Sell a Property at the Same Time

    SANTA ROSA – Buying a home is a complicated endeavor, but when it comes to buying and selling simultaneously, you need to have a carefully planned strategy. In most cases, your best course of action is to place your property on the market first and locate a new property once you have a buyer in contract. If you’re concerned about timing, you can include a contingency in your sale contract that lets buyers know you won’t close escrow until you’ve found a suitable replacement property. In addition to letting you avoid moving twice, having your sale property in contract prior to making an offer on your purchase property will increase your negotiating power.

    When it comes to investment properties, buying and selling simultaneously can provide a major financial benefit. Since selling an investment property incurs substantial capital gains taxes, many investors take advantage of what’s called a 1031 exchange, which allows you to defer your taxes on the sale. While a 1031 exchange gives you a limited timeline in which to find a new property, it also allows you to roll over your entire gain to your new purchase, which makes it an excellent way to grow your investment portfolio.

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  • Avoid Tax Surprises When Selling an Investment Property

    SANTA ROSA — Before selling an investment property, make sure you educate yourself about the potential tax implications. Selling an investment property is different than selling a primary residence because the sale is subject to capital gains taxes, or taxes levied on the overall profit you make on the sale of a capital asset. In these situations, sellers may choose to set up a 1031 exchange, which allows them to defer the capital gains as long as they use the proceeds to purchase another property within a set time period.

    If you plan on cashing out from the sale of your investment property, be aware that the proceeds will be subject to a 3.33 percent withholding fee at the close of escrow and you will face capital gains taxes. How much you end up paying will depend on your income, what improvements you’ve made to the property, how long you’ve owned it and other factors. Meeting with a financial advisor before you list your investment property is essential for understanding and anticipating your obligations.

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  • Video: Understanding Real Estate Contingencies

    Complete Video Transcription:

    SANTA ROSA —

    Host, Sarah Rutan: Before entering into a preliminary home purchase agreement, you’ll need to have an understanding of the contingencies involved. Today, we’re in Santa Rosa with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Mikki Cardoza of Mikki Moves Real Estate to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Mikki Cardoza: Contingencies in a contract are very, very important. They’re kind of like escape clauses. So, when a buyer is making an offer on a property, normally they will write in contingencies into their offer. There are contingencies such as inspection contingencies, loan contingencies, appraisal contingencies. Or it could be a different contingency, like if they got a job, or sold another house. So, it doesn’t really matter what that contingency is, but just to know that it’s an escape clause for you, the buyer, to actually cancel the contract without penalties, if you couldn’t meet that contingency.

    For inspection contingencies, if you don’t like what you see during your inspections, it gives you a way to cancel your contract or renegotiate with the seller. And you don’t have to buy something that you don’t like. It gives you a moment to really evaluate the property. The seller cannot sell it to anyone else during this process. But if you don’t like the property, you can cancel, and actually get your good faith deposits back. It’s a good way to get out of the contract, if you need.

    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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  • Video: Understanding Real Estate Contingencies

    Complete Video Transcription:

    SANTA ROSA —

    Host, Sarah Rutan: Before entering into a preliminary home purchase agreement, you’ll need to have an understanding of the contingencies involved. Today, we’re in Santa Rosa with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Mikki Cardoza of Mikki Moves Real Estate to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Mikki Cardoza: Contingencies in a contract are very, very important. They’re kind of like escape clauses. So, when a buyer is making an offer on a property, normally they will write in contingencies into their offer. There are contingencies such as inspection contingencies, loan contingencies, appraisal contingencies. Or it could be a different contingency, like if they got a job, or sold another house. So, it doesn’t really matter what that contingency is, but just to know that it’s an escape clause for you, the buyer, to actually cancel the contract without penalties, if you couldn’t meet that contingency.

    For inspection contingencies, if you don’t like what you see during your inspections, it gives you a way to cancel your contract or renegotiate with the seller. And you don’t have to buy something that you don’t like. It gives you a moment to really evaluate the property. The seller cannot sell it to anyone else during this process. But if you don’t like the property, you can cancel, and actually get your good faith deposits back. It’s a good way to get out of the contract, if you need.

    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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  • Video: Understanding Real Estate Contingencies

    Complete Video Transcription:

    SANTA ROSA —

    Host, Sarah Rutan: Before entering into a preliminary home purchase agreement, you’ll need to have an understanding of the contingencies involved. Today, we’re in Santa Rosa with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Mikki Cardoza of Mikki Moves Real Estate to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Mikki Cardoza: Contingencies in a contract are very, very important. They’re kind of like escape clauses. So, when a buyer is making an offer on a property, normally they will write in contingencies into their offer. There are contingencies such as inspection contingencies, loan contingencies, appraisal contingencies. Or it could be a different contingency, like if they got a job, or sold another house. So, it doesn’t really matter what that contingency is, but just to know that it’s an escape clause for you, the buyer, to actually cancel the contract without penalties, if you couldn’t meet that contingency.

    For inspection contingencies, if you don’t like what you see during your inspections, it gives you a way to cancel your contract or renegotiate with the seller. And you don’t have to buy something that you don’t like. It gives you a moment to really evaluate the property. The seller cannot sell it to anyone else during this process. But if you don’t like the property, you can cancel, and actually get your good faith deposits back. It’s a good way to get out of the contract, if you need.

    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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  • Video: Understanding Real Estate Contingencies

    Complete Video Transcription:

    SANTA ROSA —

    Host, Sarah Rutan: Before entering into a preliminary home purchase agreement, you’ll need to have an understanding of the contingencies involved. Today, we’re in Santa Rosa with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Mikki Cardoza of Mikki Moves Real Estate to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Mikki Cardoza: Contingencies in a contract are very, very important. They’re kind of like escape clauses. So, when a buyer is making an offer on a property, normally they will write in contingencies into their offer. There are contingencies such as inspection contingencies, loan contingencies, appraisal contingencies. Or it could be a different contingency, like if they got a job, or sold another house. So, it doesn’t really matter what that contingency is, but just to know that it’s an escape clause for you, the buyer, to actually cancel the contract without penalties, if you couldn’t meet that contingency.

    For inspection contingencies, if you don’t like what you see during your inspections, it gives you a way to cancel your contract or renegotiate with the seller. And you don’t have to buy something that you don’t like. It gives you a moment to really evaluate the property. The seller cannot sell it to anyone else during this process. But if you don’t like the property, you can cancel, and actually get your good faith deposits back. It’s a good way to get out of the contract, if you need.

    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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MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. : Average 9.2 out of 10 based on 125 unique customer surveys of customer satisfaction.

Nicole N.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

1 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Above and beyond continually

I love that they get back to me in a timely manner. Above and beyond helpful, and if I had any questions they answered questions in detail.

Brandon C.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

2 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

The Realtor, Michelle, I cannot recommend her enough. She went above and beyond, communication was consistent, her advice was sound, I work in customer service myself and she provided excellent customer service, best customer service ever.

They had a robust amount of houses and the level of communication was great.

Emely W.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

3 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say it's real nice to have a team to support one another. You had other people doing open houses. Kim, my Realtor was excellent.

The house sold.

Peter A.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

4 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would tell them Michelle is open. She did a lot of work behind what we were doing to make it as smooth as possible. She would always answer my text even if it was late at night and she did her best to give me good advice. We had a fairly short purchase time and she did all that she could to get the home.

So beyond excellent in communicating

Tim L.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

5 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would recommend Michelle, she is a great Realtor. My wife and I weren't actually in the market when we first met her. We went to an open house and the way she presented herself was amazing.

Michelle

Dana R.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

6 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were great, they handled the sale well and quickly. The Realtor we had was really wonderful.

The fact that they were local, not a huge company, they were local.

Melina H.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

7 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were great and helpful.

We got to work with Michelle, she was helpful. It took us a while to find a house but she stuck through.

Valerie N.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

8 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would tell consumers to use Jessica Chapman. She was over and above everything that I would have ever expected.

Jessica Chapman

Dewane Y.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

9 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would tell them to use them. I was going to recommend them to my sister but she bought a house already.

I have been looking for a house a long time. Where I was living I was renting and there was a roof leakage and I needed to get out of there. She found a house for me.

Wayne R.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

10 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

That they link into all available databases to gather information and post information, they were diligent in contacting other Realtors and she was very helpful.

That our agent was definitely working for us

Jeffery M.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

11 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would highly recommend them, they were very good.

Tough one, the real estate agents were very nice and welcoming.

Hans C.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

12 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Vocal and good to use

They were on it.

Brian T.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

13 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Definitely go to Mikki, use Sarah.

Basically Sarah is the one that I know and like. The company did a good thing for us, but I really like how Sarah works.

Catherine S.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

14 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Top quality

I'm a friend of her family and she stood up to her reputation.

Casey M.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

15 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They're great.

I don't know to be honest. Well, they got my house.

Sandy K.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

16 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say they're the best real estate in Eureka.

I thought Kimberly was wonderful. She was good and always kept me informed and was very nice.

Valerie H.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

17 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

No comment

Their expertise in buying houses

Corinne S.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

18 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

This is a place that means business.

She paid attention to the job she was supposed to be doing.

Amy W.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

19 of 125

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

She's really good. She is probably the best real estate person around our area. She helps anyone whether she's going to be making a little money or a ton off of them. She treats them all the same.

She actually helped me with a short sale, and never made me feel like less of a person for it. She worked just as hard for me as someone with more money, and I'm really grateful for that.

Annie L.

VERIFIED MikkiMoves Real Estate, Inc. CUSTOMER

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CRITIQUE

I would tell them to definitely go to Michelle Rowland. She was very helpful, made sure the deal went through as smoothly and as quickly as she could.

They were very easy to work with, professional, approachable, and responsive.

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