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Sunset Park Realtor Stacey Valnes Offers Real Estate Tips

SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- For the average person, the internet has created a wealth of options never before available when it comes to purchases both big and small. Your food and retail choices are no longer restricted by geographic proximity.

Buying and selling a car doesn't require going to a car lot and talking to a dealer. But what about buying and selling real estate? The internet makes it easy to find homes for sale, both in your own neighborhood as well as practically anywhere else in the world. It's also easy to list your home for sale yourself. As a result, a growing number of people are forgoing a realtor when it comes to buying and selling a home.

Real estate experts recommend consulting a real estate professional. Stacey Valnes, an experienced realtor based in Sunset Park, says many folks tend to underestimate the value of a professional agent when it comes to real estate dealings. In his position at Valnes Bell Realtors, Stacey Valnes has worked extensively throughout the Los Angeles area, including within the cities of Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, Venice, Brentwood and Mar Vista.

With over a decade of experience, Stacey knows why real estate in L.A. is best handled by a professional. A Professional Makes a Real Difference. The internet is a great tool for finding homes for sale in basically any area across the world. It's also an easy way to list your home for potential buyers. Beyond the basics, however, an inexperienced person can soon become overwhelmed. A professional real estate agent, however, can offer a high degree of expertise to help you when the going gets rough.

By knowing the area, they're able to give you a better rundown of places which would be a good match for your lifestyle. There's only so much you can learn about an area from the internet. To truly get the "inside scoop" on a neighborhood, you need a professional. Most people don't buy or sell too many homes -- unless they're a professional, in which case they're involved in buying and selling homes on a regular basis. This means that should any problems or complications arise, your real estate professional is going to know what to do.

Only a few years out of high school, Stacey started his own car detailing business. His clients might not have been impressed with the torn up motorcycle he arrived for work on, but they were certainly impressed with his attention to detail and his work ethic. Valnes went from car detailing to real estate. He quickly became Keller Williams number one agent in all of Southern California. From there, he co-founded his own agency, Valnes Bell Realtors. Created in 2005, Valnes Bell still thrives today, helping clients buy and sell real estate throughout the Los Angeles area. For more information about Stacey Valnes, visit his website at http://www.valnesbell.com

Press Release Contact Information:
Stacey Valnes
President
Stacey Valnes Bell Realtors
(310) 390-6280

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