Dan and Eric were professional, efficient and fun to work with. They made selling our house a breeze from start to finish. When we found what would be our next home, they helped coordinate closing so that we were able to move straight from one to the next.
I was moving from California to the Medford/Grants Pass area…. Eric and Dan kept in constant contact about properties on the market that might work for me. If Eric wasn’t available for a showing, Dan would be there for me….
Eric would go look at houses to see if it was worth me making the trip up while I was still in California…I trusted and valued his expertise…. They would point out things about the houses that I wouldn’t have thought about … signs about the house’s condition; was it built well, did they spiff it up to sell, was there going to be issues with the house, the roof, the foundation….
They say you know it when you walk in…well, I knew it when I walked in [my future home]….
Eric set up inspections, guided me through the process and had my best interest from start to finish. There were negotiations with the seller and Eric went to bat for me….
Would I recommend Eric and Dan, absolutely without any hesitation at all. They went the extra miles for me, time and time again…. kept me centered through the process and because of their efforts, I found the house of my dreams.
So if you’re looking for a couple of stand up guys, you should call Eric and Dan. It was great working with both Eric and Dan through this process. They will work tirelessly on your behalf to find you your dream 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.