Bryan Burns began his real estate career in 1989 in the east San Gabriel Valley. By 1991 he was the top selling agent in the Covina office. In 1993, he attained two of the highest possible designations within his company: the RE/MAX Lifetime Achievement Award and Platinum Club membership, and for ten years, he was the top-selling agent in his office. Bryan obtained his broker’s license and made the Coachella Valley his home in 2004; shortly after, he began working with a number of banks in liquidating their foreclosure holdings, and in 2009/2010 season he closed on nearly 100 properties. Of his experience in working with the banks, he says “It was a great fast-track way to learn valley real estate. It enables me to comfortably represent buyers and sellers valley-wide.” Bryan looks forward to his partnership with Windermere and plans to specialize in mid-range and luxury homes. He is located at the Windermere Palm Springs South office at 2465 E. Palm Canyon Drive #605.
Rod Callahan, a long-time visitor and seven-year resident of Palm Springs, brought his skills and experiences to real estate from two prior career paths: healthcare executive in Reno, Nevada, and boutique hotel owner here in Palm Springs. From those positions he has continued to build upon his outstanding level of customer service. “I know the importance of providing outstanding service to my clients,” says Rod. “I give them what they need for a successful real estate transaction, and I am proud to provide references from both sellers and buyers.” Rod is a member of the National Association of Realtors and the Palm Springs Board of Realtors, as well as the Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce. He can be reached at the Windermere Palm Springs Midtown office at 1255 E. Ramon Road.
Caitlin Young, a Coachella Valley Realtor® for five years, came to real estate after 15 years with the Humane Society of Santa Clara, where she managed their pet adoption program. Caitlin brings fresh insight to our real estate market, honed by 12 years of desert living. She applies her passion to a broad range of Valley residential areas stretching from Palm Springs to the Salton Sea, with extensive interest and experience in the REO and foreclosures market. Caitlin and her two sons reside in North La Quinta with their two dogs, two cats and a myriad of other critters. Speaking of her passion for animals, she notes: “Pets need homes too. Adopt from your local shelter.” Talk with Caitlin about YOUR home needs at Windermere’s Indian Wells Main office at 74-850 Highway 111.