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About Kelly RosvoldKelly has lived throughout the South Bay, Westside, and Los Angeles area for more than two decades, with 16 years of that residence in beautiful Hermosa Beach. As a homebuyer and home seller, she directly understands the importance and the gravity of being on either side of the transaction. Prior to entering her current profession, Kelly spent nearly a decade facilitating real estate transactions as an escrow assistant, gradually working her way into a seasoned escrow officer. Given her extensive background and experience, she has helped guide many buyers and sellers through the real estate process on a host of transactions to ensure smooth and successful closings.
As a real estate agent professional, Kelly prides herself on making her clients feel confident and satisfied with their results. Always putting her client’s interests above her own, she aspires to be a true fiduciary. Her preparation, perceptiveness, persuasion skills, and willingness to take on new challenges serve her and her clients well at the seat of the negotiation table. With a keen eye for details, her personable and intuitive nature help her forge solid relationships and bonds within her community, ensuring client loyalty.
If you are thinking of buying, selling, or investing, there is no doubt that Kelly can turn that vision into a reality. The secret to her success is built on trust, dedication, and the excitement as well as personal satisfaction she gets by helping fulfill her client’s real estate dreams. When you are ready to take the first step or simply want to find out more on how she can help, contact Kelly and her team of esteemed professionals to assist you with all of your real estate needs.
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