The Best Darn Agent In Town
Sheri Lopez has been representing buyers and sellers since 1992. She trained with the prestigious real estate franchise Coldwell Banker in Marina Del Rey, CA gaining a deep knowledge of all the ins and outs of the business. For the last 25 year, Sheri has had a single goal: to provide each and every client with an unparalleled level of service and to simply be the best darn agent in town.
With her years of experience and keen understanding of the ever-changing real estate market, she has garnered praise from all over Southern CA. Sheri has represented clients from Long Beach, to Venice, Brentwood to the Pacific Palisades, and of course within her personal neighborhood, MarVista/Culver City. Sheri strives to exceed every client’s expectations, providing exceptional results and treating every client like family.
All of this is the result of Sheri’s unrivaled ability and expert knowledge when it comes to selling homes and negotiating deals. With her years of buying and selling experience, she gets clients the best deals and helping them find the perfect homes that fulfill all their wants, needs and preferences.
Over the years, Sheri has been ranked as one of the Top Real Estate Agents in Los Angeles.
With her new partner, daughter Alexys Buckner, every client is sure to receive a personal touch of two Westside natives.
LOPEZ & BUCKNER keep each and every client up to speed with all the latest trends and help navigate any obstacle.
You'll be hard pressed to find anyone with more invested or deeper roots in the local community. Prior to joining the real estate industry, Sheri operated "Moms Exercise Place." MEP was a Westside exercise studio getting moms back in shape by allowing a fun, safe, and high-energy space for everyone to focus on health and family.
Sheri currently lives in Mar Vista with her husband in the same house that her Grandfather purchased in 1929. Her husband, Jose Lopez, is in the UCLA Hall of Fame and played for the LA Aztecs. Her two daughters also attended UCLA and attended Santa Monica High School, where Mr. Lopez also taught Spanish for nearly 40 years.