Consistently awarded Top 1% designation, Lucy Wedemeyer is one of the most highly respected names in the industry. She exudes a contagious energy, passion, and integrity as she accomplishes her clients’ dreams and goals. Her phenomenal success for more than 40 years with over 1,200 closed transactions continues to be reflected in her 90% referral business.
After growing up in Hawaii, Lucy settled in Los Gatos in the 1970s with her high school sweetheart and now husband, Charlie. Soon after, Charlie was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), yet he continued to coach football at Los Gatos High School, with Lucy by his side helping to call in plays.
Against all odds and by God’s grace, Charlie survived over 34 years with ALS before succumbing to the disease in 2010. For many years Charlie and Lucy worked tirelessly to inspire and bring hope to others through their motivational speaking, autobiography, and documentary.*
Lucy continues to champion hope over adversity - you will continue to see her at most every Los Gatos football game. And, when she is not selling houses or helping others, she is playing with her 11 grandchildren!
In addition to a BS Degree in Finance, and a background that includes being a financial advisor, Keith has hands-on experience in analyzing current market conditions – a particularly valuable skillset in the Bay Area housing market.
Keith grew in upstate New York just outside West Point Military Academy. Like every good New Yorker, he headed south to go to college in Florida. After starting a career in the "real world", he then met Carri, who would later become his wife, and chased her to California to be near her family.
For the past 21 years, Keith has teamed up with Lucy - a top 1% power player - also his mother-in-law, to the benefit of Silicon Valley real estate customers. The partnership has been like a Master Class for Keith in meeting client’s needs and determining what’s best for them. That intensive professional enrichment spanning hundreds of transactions has been an invaluable key to negotiating the best price or understanding value for his clients.
When he is not selling or buying homes for clients, Keith spends time with his wife Carri and their 7 children - his other full time career. The family resides in Los Gatos, and enjoys hiking, raising various types of small livestock, and taking cross country road trips together.