Your #1 Real Estate Resource
Randy McCurdy chose to make the Treasure Valley his home over 18 years ago and he has been in love with the area ever since. Second only to his passion for the Treasure Valley is his love of real estate. In 2011 Randy began a career in real estate by purchasing several investment properties and currently manages four rental properties, three of which he owns as part of his investment portfolio. In 2012 he took the next step and became a licensed real estate agent.
Randy’s knowledge of investing and experience in property management gives him the tools to advise you on all of your real estate investment needs. Randy also draws on his experience working for some of Treasure Valley’s largest companies and the relationships he has built over 18 years. Together his experience means that he can confidently advise newcomers to the area and help them navigate the ins and outs of the local real estate market.
Randy is known in the local real estate industry as the agent who listens and is willing to work tirelessly on your behalf. He knows how to invest locally and he has the support of the top producing team in the Treasure Valley real estate market. All of this combined with the fact that Randy loves working in real estate make him the perfect choice when you are looking for a local agent. Call Randy now to assist you with all of your real estate needs!
- First time home buyers.
Your Local Real Estate Connection
Get a positive, helpful partner for buying or selling a home:
- Trusted resource for answers about the process
- Innovative marketing strategies
- Expertise about neighborhood features
- Ability to target home searches
- Strong negotiation skills
- Support through the closing and beyond
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