Silicon Beach Realtor Serving Home Buyers and Sellers in Los Angeles, Playa Vista, Westchester, Playa del Rey and Marina del Rey.

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Buyer Services


Whether it's a life transition or strategic acquisition, let us take the stress out of buying a home in Los Angeles.

We can create a home buying plan to suit your needs and personality. We’re highly experienced in navigating the maze of today’s LA housing market from start to finish, including property identification, lending options, negotiations, escrow and final closing.

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As John Aaroe Group agents, we are tech-enabled, so you don’t have to be. Connecting with you is always personal. While we utilize the best-in-class technology to efficiently manage the buying process, you can focus on what matters to you.

Local Connections

The Los Angeles area has been our home for over 15 years, and we know it well. Whether you are a long-time resident or new to the area, we will be by your side providing up-to-the-minute information and proprietary market intelligence to help you close the best deal.

Personal Guidance

We pride ourselves in our cadre of superior John Aaroe Group agents and culture of collaboration. We will guide you through the home-buying process from reviewing documentation and proposing the best offer price, to closing the deal while empowering you to make smart decisions.

Inspection Assistance

When you want to take a closer look at a property, we will be by your side. We will provide you with a short-list of established inspectors, attend the inspections with you and offer skilled direction on moving forward.

Closing Assistance

Travis Dina and John Aaroe Group knows that the escrow process can be just as overwhelming as the beginning stages. We will support you through signing the closing papers and assist you in handling any last minute details.

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