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About Patrick Parry


I have been involved in the real estate and finance industries in Orange County for the past 15 years. Originally, I started as an investment counselor, working with investors across the US to buy and secure long-term rental residential and commercial properties. Following this, I started banking, where I worked for Wachovia and Wells Fargo. Through this, I gained an in-depth knowledge of banking operations and the retail banking industry. I continued in the industry by working for an investment banking firm that purchased large tapes of mortgage notes from banks working directly with distressed homeowners.

Now I am working the front lines as a Realtor. I am a partner and Vice President at Watts Residential Real Estate, a boutique brokerage established in 2010 focused on the local market. Each client and transaction needs its own specific approach. Here, I am part of the decision process to do what is best for our clients. Many of the large firms do things broker forward, we do things client forward. We are able to direct marketing efforts toward our clients and their properties and their property search; not waste it on over-branding. We have a lot more control. We have in-house experts in media, marketing, SEO, home design, and print
and internet advertising. We sell all over the county, but we specialize in the local area and are leaders in this market for this reason. I have structured real estate purchases and sales from $150,000 to $8.7 million
with experience in single-family homes, estates, vacant lots, multi-family homes, and commercial buildings, as well as short and long-term property management. In the last calendar year, I have personally transacted over
$40 million with my team nearing the $100 million mark.

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CNHS - Certified New Home Specialist
Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
Five Star REO Certification
Five Star Short Sale Certification
GRI Graduate REALTOR Institute
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