Video Games and Real Estate

Dated: 01/15/2019

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Fallout-like Real Estate Drawing created by Jonathan Lopez for Christohper Lopez

I know when you first think about the two there is no relation, but for me there actually is. Growing up I played a lot of video games, mostly RPGs, and my favorites were those with a great story, a large world to explore, and a multitude of side quests and treasures you can find sometimes partially hidden in the big map. When I think about my real estate career I think about a whole new world I am diving into where there is so much to learn and discover in every direction, but what makes this even better is being able to help wonderful people accomplish their goals by helping them sell and/or buy real estate to have that dream.
Getting into real estate was very personal to me because there aren’t many homeowners in my immediate family and I felt the obligation to help break that pattern in any way that I can since I know that there are many benefits to owning a home versus renting. Now I’m on a mission to touch the lives around me in a positive way however I can. I am here to help you step by step with the process of buying a new home or if you are ready to sell your home and move on to the next exciting chapter of your life I am here to go above and beyond to get you the most for your home and help you step by step in that transition.
Call me at (213) 369-9514 for all of your real estate needs.
- Christopher Lopez, DRE#02060247
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Christopher Lopez

Helping people in best way I can and impacting them on a positive level is what I love to do. That may be helping someone buy their first home, helping someone sell and upgrade/downgrade, or whatever ....

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