Real Estate Agent
Real Estate Agent
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
68 Magala Cove Plaza
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275
A third generation real estate professional, Chase Steffien grew up speaking the language of properties and investments. As a student, he did his homework at his mother’s office, attended showings, and was inspired by the care and attention his parents lavished on their clients. When it came time to launch his own career, there was little doubt that he would pursue this lifelong passion in the beachside communities of the South Bay.
A Certified Property Manager, Chase has a deep understanding of the real estate transaction process and a wealth of experience with bankruptcy, foreclosure, probate sales, and other difficult transactions, as well as more conventional home sales and purchases. But real estate success is not just a matter of technical expertise; it requires superior communications, excellent pricing strategies, skillful negotiation, innovative marketing, and terrific “people” skills.
“I am truly a people person,” Chase says. “I love talking with people and helping them work through the transaction to reach their goals. I also love to have fun and find humor and positivity in anything I do.” while forming his relationships with clients.
Based in the South Bay Beach Cities offices of Coldwell Banker Residential & Commercial Brokerage, Chase has a carefully crafted an “A-Team” network to support his clients’ needs. “I work with the best of the best when it comes to escrow, title, appraisers, contractors, home stagers, and marketers. We share knowledge and trust that enables me to get the results my clients want.”
“I also love showing my clients how to build wealth by investing in commercial and multi-family real estate – often without changing any major details about their lives.”
Growing up on the water and representing buyers, sellers, and investors in the South Bay’s unique beach communities, Chase is an avid surfer, free diver, photographer, and cook. “I’ll be here for a long time,” he says. “My clients are my neighbors. Our relationship extends beyond the close of escrow. So the work I do for them really matters – today and in the years to come. Trust matters. Community matters. People matter.”