Friendly, experienced and professional team serves the Central Coast
Looking for advice on the purchase of a vacation home? Wanting to relocate to a new area or maybe settle down and retire? Look no further than the family-owned office of Nipomo Properties. Owned and operated by the husband and wife team of Diane and Richard Malvarose, Nipomo Properties is an integral part of the local community – when it comes to the buying, selling and renting of properties on the Central Coast, it’s the only name you’ll need to remember.
We Know the Central Coast – a slogan that lets visitors know they can trust the years of experience acquired by the 10 professional agents currently working at Nipomo Properties under licensed broker Phil Burchfield. All of the agents live in Nipomo and are active community members; Richard is the president of the Chamber of Commerce, Diane serves on the chamber Board of Directors, and all the agents are chamber members. As sponsors of local sports teams and supporters of various non-profits, Nipomo Properties believes in the power of community.
“We are big believers in giving back to the people who make our business successful,” says Richard.
Great weather, small town atmosphere
Citing Nipomo’s year-round weather as appealing for those wanting to relocate – the average temperature is 70 degrees – Richard said folks also like the small-town atmosphere. That applies to nearly all Central Coast locations that Nipomo Properties serves – from Santa Maria all the way up to San Simeon.
“A lot of people end up settling along the Central Coast after visiting family members or friends; they love it and decide to move here,” says Richard. “There are a lot of retired folks coming out of the work force and looking for a place to live. They like the appeal of living in this beautiful area.”
If you haven’t checked out Nipomo and the surrounding areas recently, it’s time to give it another look. World class golf courses – Monarch Dunes, Black Lake, Cypress Ridge – draw people from all over the world. And there’s so much more along the Central Coast – from the appeal of setting up a small business or settling back and enjoying the hundreds of area wineries, the sandy beaches, antique collecting, shopping, restaurants, breweries, eateries, missions, museums, and more – there’s something for everyone.
“We are close to everything – the beaches, the mountains, the big cities are close – and, most importantly, there are great people here,” says Diane. “We meet people from all over who want to move to the area.”
Agents with local expertise
Although driving along Hwy 101 is beautiful, it is not the best way to see the Central Coast for those looking to settle in the area, according to Diane. The agents at Nipomo Properties are experts at showing people the hidden gems.
“There’s a lot to the Central Coast and you really need to see all of it,” says Diane. “As real estate agents, we help you find the right place with the right people for you; it’s hard to do that on your own if you don’t know the area. We talk to our buyers and our sellers, get to know them and show them the areas that will best fit their needs.”
Planning to sell a home and curious about a fair asking price? The friendly professionals at Nipomo Properties offer a free market analysis – give them a call and find out how they can assist with this important decision. For those looking to rent, the Central Coast Property Management team has an extensive list of offerings.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced and friendly real estate agent, call Nipomo Properties today at (805) 929-4970, stop by 543 W. Tefft St. in Nipomo or visit nipomoproperties.com.
— Meagan Friberg