Buying a home with the Shepherd Gotfrid Group

In today's highly competitive buying environment our job is to educate and support. Buying a home is a very emotional experience and it's important to have an advocate who will provide objective information and take the time to explain the intricacies of buying a home.

  • We will help you determine your buying power so you can get the most house for your budget. 
  • We have many resources to assist you in your home search. 
  • We will providing objective information about each property. 
  • We will Negotiate. There are myriad negotiating factors, including but not limited to price, financing, terms and possession.
  • We will advise you as to which investigations and inspections are recommended or required.
  • We will provide due diligence during the evaluation of the property. Inspections for termites, dry rot, asbestos, faulty structure, roof condition, septic tank and well tests, just to name a few. 
  • We will help navigate financing options and in identifying a lender that will best fit your situation.
  • We will guide you through the closing process and make sure everything flows smoothly.

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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.

David & Kirsten, Medford

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Dan Shepherd and Eric Gotfrid, Windermere Van Vleet & Associates 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.

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Ashland eases rules for adding dwelling units

Ashland eases rules for adding dwelling units

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.

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