Harold Vandiver and 1-2-3 HomeKeys

Harold Vandiver and 1-2-3 HomeKeys

Harold Vandiver, founder of 1-2-3 HomeKeys, has been a Realtor® for more than 30 years. During that time he has managed the successful closing of over 80,000 homes in all 50 states. Our customers have been paid over $120,000,000 in cash rebates

Since 1989, Harold has run companies specializing in Affinity Relationships with developers, credit unions, employers, labor unions and alumni associations. HomeSold, the company he founded in 1989, was eventually sold to Fidelity National Financial, Inc. in 2002. Harold departed the organization in 2009 and started 1-2-3 HomeKeys in 2010. He has long been recognized as a visionary in the field of real estate and for championing consumers during the property transaction process and beyond.

1-2-3 HomeKeys is a new breed of company in the evolution of real estate commerce. The days of business as usual in the real estate market vanished with the onset of the economic upheaval that began in the summer of 2008 and with the rise of the Internet as a delivery vehicle for real estate commerce. Much change has taken place since then, most notably the way consumers, empowered with information in the digital age, manage their real estate transactions.

These changes demand that we apply new values and fresh ideas to the ways we do business.

Harold has long believed that in the typical real estate transaction the end result often finds the client left feeling overcharged and underserved. To change this trend was one of the major reasons he founded 1-2-3 HomeKeys.

1-2-3 HomeKeys follows three basic principles:

1. We always provide our clients the greatest combination of savings, service and knowledge on every transaction. This, we believe, is the best definition of value.

2. A transaction is not over when escrow closes. It’s over when our client is completely satisfied.

3. Purchasing and selling a home can be complex but it does not have to be perplexing.

We will have more on these principles in Posts to come.