Dennis Chernov
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[Encino/Tarzana, Los Angeles]

4061 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City, CA 91604

(818) 355-2461

(818) 432-1524

dennis@chernovteam.com

http://www.chernovteam.com


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Dennis Chernov is a full-time Realtor with a solid 12-year track record in the real estate and mortgage industries. He is certified in luxury homes as well as in short sale and foreclosure real estate. He has extensive experience with every step of the process of selling and buying a home, from the initial listing, to the escrow transaction.

Having worked with both homeowners and investors, Chernov knows how to accurately assess the financial reality picture when looking at a home. With years of experience as both a mortgage broker and a Realtor, he brings both perspectives to the table when determining optimum price points, as well as the repairs and upgrades most likely to increase the sale value of a home. When working for a seller, Chernov will put together a unique marketing plan to maximize exposure and secure multiple offers.

Chernov’ past clients have praised him for his unwavering dedication, hands-on approach, and responsiveness to their needs. Throughout his successful career, he has earned the loyalty and trust of both home sellers and home buyers who have become life-long clients and, most importantly, valued friends. As a result, Chernov has been consistently ranked among the top 10 agents at Keller Williams Realty in Studio City, where he also trains new agents and serves on the leadership board.

Chernov was born in the former Soviet Republic of Uzbekistan. He moved to the United States with his parents and his younger siblings when he was 10 years old. He is fluent in both English and Russian. At 16, he started his career in real estate and mortgage sales. Since then, his business has become more than just a job. It’s become his vocation.

Chernov lives in a single-family home in Sherman Oaks with his wife Yana, two sons, dog, and two cats.


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