Real Estate in Oceanside CA
Debby Bright
408-837-7951408-837-7951
Meet the Agent

Debby Bright, Real Estate Broker

Specialties: Buyer's Agent, Listing Agent, Consulting, ranch,new homes, land sales For Debby, client relationships are--like real estate--long-term investments, not merely for one-time buy or sell experiences. Everything begins with the clients' wants and needs. She does such a good job for them that some of her clients become friends for years.

First-time homebuyers are a great source of pride for Debby. She delights in helping young couples find and create their very own "American Dream." They as well as hard-to-qualify clients with credit challenges are among her specialties.

When working with Sellers, she's a master at marketing. She especially enjoys the challenge of listing and selling country or horse property on acreage where easements, wells, septic systems, and county government regulations prevail over the land use. On the other hand, she also specializes in listing and selling single family homes, condos, or income property, whatever the client needs.

One year she sold a five-lot subdivision where million-dollar homes are now situated. Another year she marketed brand new homes for a builder. Her experience is varied and wide.

She moved to Oceanside in 2016 and is ready now to meet all your real estate needs.

Debby Bright, Real Estate Broker 1200 PINEHURST DRIVE OCEANSIDE CA 92057 408 309 0777 debby@debbybright.com

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