Gay and Lesbian Families
“When we work with clients, they don’t need to explain why they need only one master bedroom or the overwhelming emotion of selling their parents’ house or the importance of finding a house that reflects what they’ve been working for their whole life,” says Kathleen McMullen, Dream Home Catchers.
Dream Home Catchers is the West Valley’s first real estate team focused on serving the gay and lesbian families and developing real estate agents to support that community. This focus allows our clients to feel comfortable with every member of our team while giving our clients:
- Resources that specialize in the challenges that same-sex partners often face when purchasing a house, including guidance on state requirements.
- Support for charities that matter. Donations from our broker go towards charities that reflect the values of our community.
- Representation in organizations and marketing that tie directly to the gay community.
Dream Home Catchers works with a variety of investors in order to purchase specialty commercial real estate and residential properties. Over the last year the Dream Home Catchers team has helped many local, national and international investors to create financial success. Dream Home Catchers has the resources and local expertise to find the right investment property with the highest potential to generate profits.
Families in Transitioning a Member to long-term care
“As we age, experiences come along and we ask ourselves,’Why didn’t anyone tell me how hard this is?’ Transitioning a loved one to a long-term care residence is one of those events for many people. It is an emotionally charged undertaking and can be very taxing for everyone involved. I’ve had the experience of moving loved ones several times; most recently my father.” Kathleen McMullen
Dream Home Catchers has several strategic partners and alliances to help family members during this period of transition. Additionally, we have the experience and understanding to help you and your family navigate this challenging time.