Meet Kris Terrill

The consummate hands-on professional, Kris Terrill earned her reputation first in the corporate business world, and transferred those skills to a thriving Real Estate career 18 years ago. As a long time resident of the South Bay, Kris is intimately familiar with the communities (Manhattan, Hermosa and Redondo Beaches, Palos Verdes, Hawthorne, El Segundo, Playa del Rey and Westchester) and the nuances of the Real Estate market.

Kris brings a unique marketing perspective to her listings. As an experienced staging professional, she ensures homes are presented for their maximum return on investment. As a buyers representative, she negotiates aggressively for the best possible outcome for her clients.

The highest compliment any client can give is their repeat business. Kris has proudly achieved a 99 % conversion rate; her repeat client as well as referral business demonstrates her hands-on approach.

Serving the Beach Cities, Kris is committed to making your transactions (and future transactions) excellent business decisions.

KRIS'S SUCCESS
  • Over $100 million in transactions.
  • A consistent Performer at Remax Estate Properties.
  • Top 1% of Real Estate Professionals Nationwide.
  • Certified in Home Staging and Luxury Home Sales.
  • Life-Long Resident of the South Bay.
  • BA Long Beach State University.
  • Former President of B.Dalton Booksellers (a division of Barnes & Noble); held several Corporate Level positions in Retail Management.
  • Awarded Remax Hall of Fame Status- 2016
  • Platinum Club- 2016
  • Chairman's Club 2015
  • 100% Club- 2014

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L.A. Times - Real Estate News

8/10/2018 5:05:00 PM

It may be toasty in your neighborhood, but we’re just approaching the dog days of summer as far as the piping-hot real estate market is concerned. There will be a lot more escrows closing before the month is out. Among recent properties to move into the “sold” column are an actress’ Hidden Hills...

8/7/2018 5:10:00 AM

San Diego home sales recently dropped to their lowest level in years, likely much more to do with affordability constraints than the economy, but it might be a sign of things to come.

In June there were 3,927 home sales in the county, CoreLogic said, which is the lowest in four years. However,...

8/6/2018 9:00:00 PM

Homeowners are sitting on a record amount of equity, but this time they’re stubbornly reluctant to borrow against it.

Strong home price appreciation has handed Americans more than $5.8 trillion of equity they could be tapping and aren’t, more than double the level in 2011, according to data provider...

8/3/2018 10:00:00 PM

One of the endearingly ironic things about the Los Angeles area is that its place names often gesture toward the sylvan past, no matter how incongruous all of the “Gardens,” “Parks” and “Woods” strewn across the basin by real estate developers of yesteryear are to the realities of life in today’s...

8/3/2018 10:20:00 AM

Wells Fargo & Co. foreclosed on 400 homeowners after improperly denying them loan modifications that could have allowed them to stay in their homes, the bank said in a regulatory filing Friday.

From 2010 to 2015, amid the recovery from the housing bust that caused millions of Americans to lose...