My name is Dan Dooros I grew up in San Pedro, CA graduated from UCLA and have lived in Long Beach with my wife Pam since 1986. Im a real estate professional who believes the best thing I can do for my clients is to assist them in opening the door of opportunity through the purchase of real estate. Prior to starting a career as a real estate professional, I worked at the University of California Irvine as the associate vice chancellor for student affairs and while at UCI I was amazed at the number of young successful people who never considered owning a home for themselves and therefore would not realize the benefits of appreciation and wealth building all while having a say in their financial destiny but who were instead satisfied with renting an apartment. And every year I would listen to their horror stories of how they just received notification that their rent would be going up 5 to 8% in two months’ time.
After hearing such stories, I would explain my mortgage payment has not gone up in 25 years! And on top of that the price of my home had increased in value considerably. Then I would add maybe you might consider owning rather than renting. The smart ones who listened, found a real estate professional to work with and bought their own home and invariably would thank me later, those who didn’t listen well they would later lament shoulda, woulda, coulda, wish I had…
So now it’s my full-time occupation to help clients start building a financial foundation with the acquisition of real estate. I find helping clients find a home that best fits their individual needs incredibly rewarding.
When I decided to pursue a career as a real estate professional I chose a brokerage, Beach Cities, that I believe best aligns with my values of Clients first, Integrity and professionalism. In addition to real estate professionals we have a cadre of loan, escrow, title and insurance professionals that can assist all buyers and sellers in real estate transactions. If you’re looking for an agent with this kind of passion and a team that will work for you give me a ring.