All her life, Sherrie Larsen has been around real estate. The daughter of an entrepreneur who launched his own real estate investment and development company, she’s always had a passion for the business. And, with more than 25 years of experience as a sales professional, she combines that passion with an intimate understanding of the human condition. Hardworking, determined and incredibly artistically inclined, Sherrie offers clients something different than the average real estate professional. Whether you’re buying or selling, what you get when you elect her services is more than simply a successful transaction, but a genuinely rewarding experience.
A longtime resident of Laguna Beach, Sherrie complements her unique talents and abilities with the invaluable resources and amenities offered to her at Surterre Properties. From an award-winning in-house marketing team to a highly forward-thinking company philosophy designed to give each and every client the best and most rewarding experience imaginable, Surterre sets itself apart from other brokerages with a variety of innovations not available anywhere else. By working toward the common goal of perfecting client service, Surterre has made a name for itself as a leading, full-service real estate firm in Southern California, allowing agents like Sherrie to ensure all clients the most intelligent route to the accomplishment of their most important objectives.
A member of the Laguna Board of REALTORS® and the California Association of REALTORS®, Sherrie loves to create art and music, which positively influence her professional endeavors and bestow upon her unparalleled problem-solving capabilities.
Sherrie Larsen was contacted by a fellow agent who had a client who wanted to purchase a commercial investment property. Sherrie utilized her extensive network of contacts and ultimately contacted a previous client who owned a large apartment complex they were interested in selling. Sherrie was able to quickly manipulate the entire transaction, from the initial comp, to the listing of $5 million, to the subsequent SEL and appraisal, and finally to the close of the deal at the originally asked $5 million.Read More