We can wholeheartedly recommend Chris to any prospective families/couples looking to find their new abode.
After stumbling across a listing Chris had I called him & was surprised he took my call after 6pm on a Saturday night. Expecting to hear a voice message I spoke to Chris about what we were looking for in our dream house. Patiently, Chris asked a few questions to get a better idea & then followed up (as promised) with some listings later that night.
The best thing about Chris is that he actually listens to what you want & doesn’t take you on a merry-go-round of showing you what he likes. Being time poor that was essential & we felt confident that if we found our dream house that Chris would be the guy to help us.
The second best thing about Chris is his honesty. A rare characteristic amongst realtors in our experience. When we looked at houses Chris would give his honest opinion about the pros & cons…which we trusted implicitly as we valued his extensive experience with the market particularly in Marin.
We’re thankful that Chris assisted us with finding our beautiful new home & we can wholeheartedly recommend Chris to any prospective families/couples looking to find their new abode.
I do not think my wife and I can say enough that speaks to this man’s personality, knowledge, interpersonal social skills, and integrity.
We interviewed several agents and Chris was everything we needed in an agent. He has a wonderful calmness and sincere authority demeanor that made us feel exactly how we predicted. He helped us through the final major big move in our lives. He was amazingly organized and helped us stay organized and focused. During times...
He blew away every expectation we had about working with a realtor, and became a friend along the way.
You’re going to end up spending a lot of time and sharing a lot of personal details with your realtor – probably more than you think. You need someone who’s not only great at his job, but also trustworthy and fun to hang out with. Chris DeNike is all of the above. He blew away...