What an amazing year 2018 was for home sellers, and 2019 promises to be even better.
About Troy Dykmann
Troy Dykmann first realized his dream of becoming a Realtor in 2007 at the same time real estate took a major downturn. Through those difficult years, he learned all aspects of the industry, overcame many challenges, and gained valuable experience that benefits him to this day. Troy believes that real estate is more than a job; it’s a lifestyle, and a real estate professional must be 100% committed and available to serve clients and friends well. His services include everything from single-family homes and townhomes to lakeshore properties, relocation, new construction, and occasionally even a little counseling.
As a Realtor, Troy makes a point to listen to the goals of his clients and educate them on the buying or selling process. He wants every client to feel confident in their decisions. Moving can be a stressful time, so Troy aims to exceed expectations and eliminate any surprises to create a positive, memorable experience for his clients. When selling a home, he is passionate about utilizing pricing, staging, and marketing strategies to increase exposure to the right buyers and maximize the value for current market conditions. In addition, he truly understands the necessity and value of growing the relationship between people and technology.
Troy began his career with MLT Vacations and Digital Equipment Corporation before transitioning to real estate. He holds a Minnesota Real Estate License, and he and his wife Corey are both Realtors. Their 8-year-old daughter Faith says she would also like to be a Realtor when she grows up. They live in Albertville in the northwest metro, with friends and clients all over the Twin Cities area. In his spare time, Troy loves to golf. Although he has outgrown volleyball (because it hurts too much now), he still enjoys the sport.
“Troy Dykmann was fantastic to work with. Because of his great service, we now live in our dream home.” – Aaron and Lauren Woods
A common reason for a real estate deal to fall apart is that many homebuyers don’t fully understand the mortgage process.