Stacy Allen, a southern California native, entered the real estate industry and settled in Laguna Niguel in 1988. She and her husband Eric believe themselves fortunate to live, work and to have raised their family of five children in this uniquely beautiful area!
As an active Realtor, Stacy has enjoyed watching the growth and development of the many outstanding South Orange County communities for more than 20 years. She and her husband Eric, an Independent California Real Estate Broker, have career sales totalling close to 400 transactions in Laguna Niguel, Aliso Viejo, Mission Viejo, San Juan Capistrano, Dana Point, San Clemente and greater Orange County. Years of experience with a wide variety of specilities including Relocation families; Buyers desiring a move up or downsize; Luxury Estates; First time home buyers; homeowners moveing across town or out of area, selling to purchase a larger home or retirement home. Additional expertise with expired listings, short sales and pre-foreclosures and investment property. Service assisting landlords and prospective tenants in local lease transactions is also provided.
Stacy is committed to earning each client's trust and confidence through integrity, hard work and frequent communication. This consultative approach combined with a high level of expertise helps every home buyer and seller have a meaningful and positive experience. Close professional attention is paid to every detail. Stacy measures her success by the level of happiness and satisfaction expressed by her clients! Along with their thoughtful referrals of friends and family members made during the years of her real estate career.
Stacy believes it is incredibly rewarding to have the privilege to help individuals and families with one of their most important investment decisions, buying or selling a home! She has helped hundreds of clients find their perfect place to own or rent. And welcomes the opportunity to work for you and will be dedicated to providing you with quality service and a successful Real Estate experience.