Kathy Stoltman

My husband and I moved to Ventura County in 1989 from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. My husband at the time worked for a company that catered Air shows around the country and it’s home office was located in Carpinteria, so off we moved.

The beauty of the area and the small town feel, made me instantly fall in love with Ventura. I remember well, how it felt when we bought our first home and I strive to make every real estate transaction as smooth as I can. And in today’s vastly difficult and ever changing real estate market, that is quite the challenge, but my promise to you, is to strive to exceed your expectations.

Buying a home? I will help you find the home of your dreams by taking the time to listen and understand your needs and desires. Once, I know what you want, I will work tirelessly to find the right Ventura County home for you, because no one should have to compromise when it comes to such a huge purchase.

Selling a home? I will meet with you to discuss the features and benefits of your home and we will discuss the current market climate. We will discuss value and tips on how to showcase your home to maximize interest. I then will present your home to literally the world through my extensive marketing ensuring that you get the best price that the market can deliver.

My services do not end there, I will negotiate and guide you through the escrow transaction until the home transfers to the new buyer. I can also help you find your new home if you are relocating. I hope that you find my websites to be a great source of information and visit often.

Whether you are looking for homes for sale, or wondering what your home is worth, I can be your resource. When I am not working real estate, my time is spent playing with my dog, knitting (seems to be my obsession these days). I like to bake and decorating cookies, seems to be another creative outlet for me. I am trying to bake bread too, like the bread back in Milwaukee WI, I have not succeeded yet, but I keep trying as my husband just looks and shakes his head!

May you live each day with much joy.Kathy Stoltman