Getting Preapproved

The first step in purchasing a home is getting approved by a lender.  This process begins by clicking on the picture to the right and filling out the application.  VIP Mortgage is our preferred lender, as Brian 

Shatto works diligently to approve all buyers for the purchase of their home.  After the application is complete, the buyer will have an idea of purchase price determined by the lender, and the search can begin!  

Of course, there are other options for financing including cash, using a VA loan, and purchase of foreclosures that have special in-house financing at times.  Ask me how!

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Click Picture to apply online!

Our Services


The Right Price, Always

At Rustic Market Realty, our goal is to find the home that suits you and your family!  There is no need to "settle" for a house you will not be completely satisfied with.  

We are able to search any area, any listings that can be found online, by any agent, not just our listings!  This way you ensure a trusting relationship with the agent of your choice to find what you are searching for.


Big Property Plans?

Whether you’re buying, selling, or renting, we are here for you to support you and guide you through to the finish line. Our top-notch skills ensure you get the best experience. 


We're Ready to Help

If you have questions about affordability, credit, legal matters, or income, trust us to find you what you need fast. We make sure you feel confident and educated every step of the way.  

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Our Team


Broker: Lindy Gerow

  I have 3 children and love living the farm life!  I love people, it is what led me to choose a career in Real Estate.  In 2004, I became a licensed Real Estate Agent, graduated with an AAS in physical therapy in 2006, and a BSM in Business Management in 2011.  One more thing I love to do is physical therapy with individuals on horseback!


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