Real estate agent Laurie Perry helps clients through every aspect of home-buying process

Laurie Perry with the Fielding family

The road to residential real estate sales at Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s La Mesa office for sales associate Laurie Perry has been an exciting adventure involving a series of twists and turns, that has led Perry to her ideal position as a proud member of the Deniese Ossey sales team. To say Perry is passionate about helping families find their dream home is an understatement. Perry’s stance as a real estate all-star was truly recognized when she recently went well beyond the call of duty to help the Fielding Family get through the home-buying process – all while husband and father Ken Fielding was away serving in the military.

Working under the direction of Ossey, Perry assisted the Fieldings in their quest to find a perfect home. Though the house the Fieldings instantly fell in love with was a short sale, Perry assured them she would help them through every step of what could have become a long process. “Laurie was focused on the bigger picture,” said Rachel Fielding. “She was truly professional throughout the entire process and then some. During the move into our dream home, my husband was away with the military and Laurie and her husband came by to remove a shed weeks after the sale. We were truly blessed to have her come into our lives.”

As a fulltime real estate professional, Perry divides her time evenly between working with both buyers and sellers in our real estate community. Her secret to success includes her ability to process her client’s wants and needs while obtaining their goal to find the best home in the finest neighborhood for each and every client.

Education is a key ingredient towards Perry’s plan for success inside the real estate sales business. A master’s degree in education serves as the cornerstone of knowledge within the real estate business. As a self described voracious reader, Perry is in tune with every new law and policy change inside the residential real estate sales business and enjoys making new relationships with all her wonderful clients.

“Laurie’s down-to-earth style, attention to detail, and laser focus for each client is what allows her to succeed in today’s challenging real estate environment,” said team leader Deniese Ossey. Rest assured that Perry can handle the ups and downs of residential real estate. She can be contacted direct at (619) 368-1275 or at email address:

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