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  • A
    Deborah Colman Re/Max
    Debby did a fantastic job selling our home. She came highly recommended and sold many homes in our area. We were kept updated during the entire process. We had time restrictions and needed to get full price for our home. Debby found the best qualified buyer, we got full price and closed quickly. With her knowledge and expertise, we didn���t have to stress about anything. If you want your listing and sale of your home done right Debby is the agent for you. Thanks for everything Debby!
    - Terri B.
  • A
    Deborah Colman Re/Max
    Debby Colman has been my real estate agent since 2012. Her expertise has assisted me in my investments in selling properties for me and my family. She is a diligent, qualified, and hard-working realtor. Her credibility and honesty are impeccable. I have great respect for her and am always willing to share my experiences with Debby, to others.
    - Edmonia (Eddye) H.
  • A
    Lorretta Carlson
    Ms. Carlson is an excellent realtor. She is thorough, great with follow up and will help make your home look amazing as she aggressively sells for her client. She is friendly, kind, and very knowledgeable. You will be very happy with her services.
    - Jenni S.
  • A
    Deborah Colman Re/Max
    This was an OUTSTANDING experience. Debby's knowledge, on both buying and selling saved us time, money and stress. This was an excellent experience and we will use Debby again in the future when the next buy/sell opportunity comes. We recommend Debby highly!
    - Tom & Patty P.
  • D
    Connie Barnes Real Estate RE/MAX Gold
    Very poorly. We arranged to have multiple house inspectors. One overall and one for HVAC.

    While I worked directly to select and work with the HVAC inspector, she partnered some how with that inspector so that we never received the true and accurate appraisal of the HVAC system. On the first hot day after moving in in July, my wife went to turn on the upstairs HVAC. We found out it didn't work. The unit had to be replaced at the cost of $8,500.

    I've seen a lot of 1 star ratings for Connie Barnes real estate on Yelp (they are all the "unrecommended" Yelp reviews). Those are the ones to read because they illustrate our experience wasn't a one off - it's a clear pattern. Many people have clearly had issues with this agent. The reviews should be enough red flags for some county or state agency to take some action against them.

    We also made the mistake of buying the house from a realtor in the same agency as the one selling the house. That was a mistake. But using Connie Barnes was the biggest mistake. I've used about 7 real estate agents in my home buying life and she was the most underhanded of all of them.

    Don't believe the "recommended" Yelp reviews or the Style Magazine awards. They're all a ruse.

    - Paul J.
  • A
    Deborah Colman Re/Max
    When it comes to choosing a real estate agent my recommendation is Deborah Colman.  Over the last 20 years she has handled all our real estate needs with great precision and care.  Debby helped us sell our home in Elk Grove and purchase our present home in Folsom in the 1990's.  Her skill in handling all the details made the home purchase smooth and flawless.  In 2010 Debby once again helped me sell my late mothers home.  She helped me with the staging and the home sold in less then a month.  In 2013 my daughter and son-in-law purchased their first home in Arden Park. Again Debby took care of every inspection and handled all the details involved in the purchase of their home.  Within two months they were moving in!  You can't go wrong with Debby handling your real estate needs!
    - Katherine B.
  • A
    Deborah Colman Re/Max
    After interviewing several realtors I chose Debbie based on her proffessionalism, experience, and knowledge of the home selling process. After evaluating my home she gave me helpful suggestions on how to increase the value of the home as well as having it show well. The home was on the market roughly a week and we received two offers, which I ended up accepting one that was over the asking price. The offer was also an "all cash" offer so it was a 15 day escrow as well. Overall, the whole process of showing and closing the sale on the house went much faster and smoother then I expected. I give Debbie much of the credit for this and would definitely reccomend her for anyone who is buying or selling a home.

    - David J.
  • A
    Deborah Colman Re/Max
    Debby was truly amazing helping out my wife and myself purchase our first home.  We had lots of questions, and being from out of town, needed someone who was flexible and understanding with our schedule.  Debby has tons of experience, handles all the details herself, and is very, very, honest.  Even after our home purchase went through, Debby has still been there to help with some other issues we've been having.  She is highly recommended.
    - Colin B.
  • F
    Renee Friedrich
    Renee Friedrich was the buyer's agent in the sale of my home. Things went pretty smoothly until after the house closed. We had a rent back agreement, and there was a cleaning clause, "sellers agree to have house professionally cleaned and carpets cleaned" . This followed by one that said the deposit would be returned after professional cleaning was completed as specified in the prior agreement. The prior agreement ONLY specified that the house be professionally cleaned, not the carpet.
    We did have professional cleaners come in and do the counters, appliances, fixtures, hard floors, mirrors, etc. We did not have them do walls, windows or interiors of cabinets, and those items were not specifically required.
    We cleaned the carpets ourselves, and with the exception of the high traffic room, the family room, we did an excellent job.
    12 days after turning over the keys, the buyer s agent contacted my agent with complaints about the cleaning. I provided a receipt for the professional cleaning, but she still tried to come after us for $1000. Supposedly the walls were so grimy that the buyers had to paint , among other things. First of all, we had left more then enough touch up paint, and secondly my ex was in the house less than a week later and observed that they had painted the entire house a different color.
    She complained about the carpets also, and since the family room did still have stains, I provided a carpet cleaning estimate. After more than a month of back and forth (just to put this in perspective, a normal landlord tenant agreement allows 20 days), we agreed to allow them to deduct the amount of that estimate from our deposit. Ms. Friedrich specificially agreed to it in an e-mail titled final offer, and gave us 2 days to reply.
    We replied within 12 hours, and when she got back to us a week later, she tried to back out of the final offer as her clients had gotten another estimate that was more than double. This was highly unethical, as she had already agreed to the amount. We did end up settling for that amount due to the persistence of my agent, Karen Robbins.
    We thought that was the end of it. Month before last, Karen contacted me because the buyer's agent's husband, Maic Friedrich, was claiming that the buyers had had to have their septic tank repaired, that we had not disclosed there was a septic tank, and asking if we could help with the expense.
    Thing is, the property doesn t have a septic tank, and the receipt the buyers provided didn t say septic tank, it said sewer pump station . My agent spent over a week talking to the company that did the repair, the irrigation district and other sources to establish that the house was, in fact, connected to the sewer, and that the tank in question was not a septic tank. I really appreciate her effort, but she shouldn t have had to do that. One or two calls by the buyer s agent could have saved her the time, and me the stress.
    I reported this complaint to Keller Williams, Folsom office, over a month ago before posting this review.
    - Dawn W.
  • A
    Karen Robbins Buyer's Connection
    Karen is a gem.  in 2012, I was going through a divorce, and we were selling our house.  She explained every piece of paper to us.  There was a rent back on the old house, and when the buyer's gave us a really hard time about returning our deposit on the rent back, Karen hung in there and helped us negotiate it.  Despite egregious delays on the part of the buyer's agent (a month and a half before we got our deposit back) and borderline unethical behavior (submitting a final offer to us, and then trying to come back with another number), Karen got them to back down on most of it.  This year, they tried to hit us up for a repair to their "septic tank" that we supposedly hadn't disclosed.  Afrter their agent "dumped it" on Karen, she spent more than a week calling the irrigation district, the company that had done their repair and other sources so that she could go back and tell them that it wasn't a septic tank, and that they had no claim against us.  These people and their claims caused me a lot of stress at a really difficult time, and Karen smoothed the way for me.  Highly recommended.
    - Dawn W.
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