Dan and Eric bring integrity and a wealth of complementary experience to the group. Dan has been an active realtor in the Rogue Valley for almost 15 years and previously worked as a general contractor. These skills combine to give Dan a critical eye when it comes to identifying problems and also in recognizing when a situation might have a simple rather than complex solution.
Eric's background is in technology, management and entrepreneurial pursuits. Over the last three decades running several customer-facing businesses, his broad experience is clear in his confidence and negotiating skills.
As a team, the Shepherd Gotfrid Group can identify the issues with a property and negotiate the best outcome for both buyers and sellers. We'll climb, crawl, research and do whatever the situation calls for to understand an issue and be able to help our clients understand and make informed decisions.
Our commitment to every client is that every detail is handled by a licensed Oregon Real Estate Broker. You can expect to receive accurate and professional advice, timely response and outstanding attention to detail.
Eric and Dan were amazing to work with. With the market being as hot as it was when I bought my home I needed a realtor that was responsive and willing to show me homes on short notice. Eric was there every time I called and traveled to every end of the county to help me find the perfect home!
I'm settling in, love the house, love the neighborhood and the neighbors are great. Thanks for all of your hard work in finding my forever home. :)
Dan Shepherd and Eric Gotfrid, All Aspects Realty, LLC real estate agents and owners of Shepherd Gotfrid Group, specialize in supporting buyers and sellers through every phase of their real estate transaction. “We strive to give our clients the personal touch that buyers and sellers deserve,” Eric said.
Accessory Residential Units (ARU) will be exempted from going through the often arduous planning application process if they are under 500 square feet and are within or attached to a single-family residence, thanks to a unanimous vote by the Ashland City Council Tuesday.