Meet Corey

My extensive network and tireless dedication will ensure you a quick and smooth transaction.

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415.971.0167 cell | corey@coreygraham.net

I am part negotiator, part lawyer, part psychologist, part chauffer, part paper pusher and supremely confident in my skills to get the job done for you. Read my testimonials to hear what past clients have had to say.

As a licensed real estate agent in both Idaho and California, I am a member of the following professional organizations:

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Find your place of belonging,
whatever that may be.

Whether you’re an avid outdoorsman, an art aficionado, or someone with a palate for fine food and wine, the Wood River Valley is the perfect place for you to call home. Enjoy the vast amounts of untouched wilderness just out your backdoor—you can take a hike, ski a run, or fish on one of the best wild rivers in Idaho all in the same day. Wilderness seems too wild? The culture of the Wood River Valley is comparable to the most metropolitan cities in the world. Enjoy dining in restaurants with James Beard award-winning chefs or perusing fine art at one of the area’s free monthly gallery walks. World-class events like the annual Sun Valley Film Festival and Sun Valley Wellness Festival are a major draw for visitors and locals alike. Cross paths with Olympic athletes and celebrities alike in this town reduces everyone’s interests down to one thing: enjoying the Sun Valley lifestyle.

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Home Starts with Your Surroundings

In 1968 my mother loaded the wagon and moved the family to Sun Valley; not a covered wagon, but those long-paneled wagons with the rear-facing seat in the back. As a young girl straight from L.A. and beach life, I was a bit overwhelmed but quickly understood the inherent allure of this place. It is the west in every sense of the word.

California is the west too, but Idaho is the real deal. This is the place where, when you descend from Timmerman Hill into the Valley, you exhale and know you have found a ‘place to belong’.

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Celebrity buyers and NDAs: How secret real estate deals work
By Veronika Bondarenko, Inman News
Does it ever feel like every time there's a sale of a $25 million mansion in Los Angeles or a $10 million condo in New York, the buyer is reported as "an anonymous individual" or a limited liability company?
In the fall of 2020, news broke that a "mystery buyer" dropped $49 million on a Montecito estate belonging to Saturday Night Live alum Dennis Miller — only months later was that buyer revealed to be daytime talk show host Ellen DeGeneres. Last week, SNL's Pete Davidson revealed on TikTok that he had bought a $1.2 million condo in Staten Island but, in reality, he had been living in it since December.
So how do they manage to keep such big sales under wraps? Edward Mermelstein, a real estate attorney and founder of luxury consulting company One & Only Holdings, said that celebrities and high-earning business people often go to great lengths to keep any real estate transaction they make under wraps. Non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) are a given, but in some cases, they use representatives so that even a broker does not know whom they're really working with.
"In most cases, you don't even have to provide the identity of the potential buyer," Mermelstein told Inman. "If there's a pre-existing relationship between the broker and the attorney representing the buyer, they typically will trust that the individuals on both sides have a qualifying purchase."
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A couple of years ago I had decided to buy a second home in Sun Valley/Ketchum area. I was clueless on knowing any good real estate agents and have owned enough homes over my life to know that there really is a big difference between a really good agent and the average ones. So, how do you find a good one. Generally, word of mouth or a reference from a friend and that is how I finally connected with Corey Graham, through a mutual friend. It turned out to be an excellent move and on so many levels. I am one of these people who are very clear in what I want and what my needs were. Corey actually listened and got it. As a result, we did not have to look at zillion places. In fact, the first place she showed me was the one that I ultimately bought. We did look at a couple of others, just to give me a feel of what was on the market. Reality, she hit the bullseye in one showing. From the initial offer through closing we did not have one hip cup and closing was all done online, making life much easier for everyone. The transaction was flawless, Corey is very personable and very easy to work with. Simply put, I would use Corey again and no doubt will in the future, and if you use her, you will have least made one really good decision in this process and look like a hero.
We are writing to commend the exceptional service provided us by your agent, Corey Graham… After listing with another broker, our showings increased fourfold, and the positive ‘buzz’ created by Corey resulted in her obtaining a quality offer with a quick closing. Two weeks ago, when we came to Ketchum to clean out our condo, we heard from numerous friends that the Valley’s real estate market remains very difficult. We feel quite fortunate to have accomplished a sale, and are most grateful to Corey. Corey gave us great advice regarding pricing, helped us “re-stage” our furniture, and also suggested simplifying the deck landscaping. All this advice made the place more attractive to a wider census of buyers and eventually provided the sale. In a market where good properties continue to trade only at a steep discount to replacement cost, it takes exceptional market savvy to make a deal. You must be gratified to have agents like Corey as part of your team. Once again, we thank Sotheby’s for enabling our sale.
You did one heck of a job. I like people who look for solutions. This would have torpedoed with the wrong people at the helm. 5 stars to you from us.
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