Patrick Schröeder is a full time real estate broker, licensed in California for 23 years. He has sold hundreds of properties and has worked with hundreds of satisfied sellers, and buyers throughout his career. He has a broad knowledge of real estate with certifications in real estate law, real estate practice, appraisal, economics, finance, loan brokering, and forming real estate syndicates. He has an independent brokerage office located in Murrieta California and services all of Southern California.



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