Knowing first-hand the adventures and challenges of moving, many veterans and military spouses choose real estate as their profession. We’ve vetted the best of the best based on reputation, experience and skill set. We match you to the right agent in the area where you are being stationed.

What is an AgentHero?

AgentHeroes are real estate agents who have stood in your shoes as members of the military community. Our agents not only understand the military lifestyle, but are proven real estate professionals. Fill out our quick form to connect with an AgentHero today!

How It Works

Contact us below and one of our live concierge specialists will follow up with you immediately via text/email/phone. You choose how you respond.  They will ask you some questions so they can assess YOUR specific needs so they can find the best AgentHero suited to work with you.

Our concierge will then match you with one of the over 1000 real estate agents in our AgentHero network. The AgentHero will then reach out to you.  They will be prepared to discuss YOUR real estate needs.  They are all military spouses and veterans, so they fully understand what you are going through.

We follow your progress every step of the way to ensure your AgentHero performs to our high level of standards and conduct.   We are confident your AgentHero will get high marks from you because we only allow the very best into our network.

Why Use an AgentHero

An Agent Hero has:

  • Served honorably in the armed forces or was/is a military spouse
  • Has extensive experience as a real estate agent and a track record of positive reviews
  • Abides by the AgentHero Code of Conduct and serves military families with integrity and personal commitment

AgentHero Reviews

“It has been really nice to work with an agent who understands our lifestyle. She gets it and we don’t have to explain everything. Autumn has given us some great tips. ”

“AgentHero found the PERFECT agent for our needs.  Purchasing a home from a distance isn’t easy, especially when it’s difficult to know what questions to ask and where to begin.”