Lydia Bagley

HomeSmart International

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About Lydia Bagley

I began my REAL ESTATE career in 2016 after I retired from a very successful engineering career. After close to 20 years in the engineering field, I then decided it was time to refocus my interests and passion on real estate. Having worked in various leadership capacities and with multitudes of personalities, I was able to develop a level of professionalism and attention to detail that I feel serves others well. I set high standards in all areas of my life. It is my desire and pleasure to serve others with integrity and honesty. As your real estate agent, my first priority is to listen to your wants and needs, and my job is to deliver. I will do my best to provide excellent service to my clients, whether you are searching for your first home or listing a house for sale. I will be up front, honest and communicate as much as, and sometimes more than, needed throughout the process. I am very pleased to be associated with The Valley Solutions Real Estate Team at HomeSmart International, a full service real estate brokerage that offers the best in technology, training and support, complimenting my ability to remain on the leading edge of today’s real estate market. Due to this, I am able to represent my clients at the highest level possible.

Latest Blog Posts

Three Reasons Why PreApproval Is The First Step In The 2020 Homebuying Journey

When the number of buyers in the housing market outnumbers the number of homes for sale, it’s called a “seller’s market.” The advantage tips toward the seller as low inventory

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How To Avoid A Gender Gap When Investing In The Housing Market

When buying a home, we all want to feel like we’re making the right decision, paying a fair price, and making the best investment of our lives. According to a recent gender-based

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Strength Of The Economy Is Surprising The Experts

We’re currently in the longest economic recovery in U.S. history. That has caused some to ask experts to project when the next economic slowdown (recession) could occur. Two years ago, 67% of the

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