Find Alaska Buyers Agent Profiles Below

Below you will find  our most up-to-date list of highly rated Alaska buyers agents who are current members of the association. You may also choose an office number and then call our office at 800-383-7188 for more information on a particular buyer agency company.

Here are a few of great things about living in Alaska: Wildlife encounters, Northern Lights, Hiking. Alaska has some of the best hunting and fishing anywhere in the world. If hunting and fishing are two of your favorite pastimes, you’ve come to the right place. Alaska offers some of the most unique hunting and fishing opportunities in the U.S.

Free list of Top Brokers in Alaska and other States:

For quick access to Alaska real estate agents by city search, go to You may also find real estate buyers agents for other states within this site.

Alaska buyers agents and brokers are your partners and guides. They provide expert location and negotiation skills when you are ready to acquire a property.  Alaska buyers agents typically get paid out of the sales price of the home at closing .  Therefore you will experience no up front costs.  Use our interview questions for how to choose a buyers agent who will be the best fit for you.

Research Home Values and Neighborhoods

See our YouTube page for many real estate videos by state and city to do price and lifestyle comparisons or go to our 1 minute videos blog or visit our Youtube channel to access informative videos for home buying guides. These show current home prices per state and major cities that are researched through 3 different sites. One site we reference is the Zillow home values section of their website that is based on recent past sales.  It shows the 1-year changes.  Zillow, Redfin, and are great places for to start your research, but an Alaska buyer’s agent will be your most current and accurate resource for actual MLS prices and home availability.

Key to  Alaska buyers agent designations: ABR: Accredited Buyers Agent; CRS: Certified Residential Specialist; GRI: Graduate Realtor Institute, SRES: Senior Residential Specialist

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Buyers Agents in Alaska

Name Office # Areas Counties Designations Message
Lonnie 4843Anchorage, Big Lake, Chugiak, Eagle River, Elmendorf Air Force, Fort Richardson and JBER, Palmer, WasillaAnchorageABR, Certified Distressed Property Expert, Certified Residential Specialist, e-PROExperience is the Difference
Chris2026Fairbanks, North PoleFairbanks, North Star BoroughABRI only work with buyers and I will never list a home. Better Business Bureau: A+ rated company
Dar 11429Anchorage, Big Lake, Eagle River, Palmer, Wasilla, Girdwood, Soldotna, Kenai, Prominence Pointe, Westpark, Tulin Park, Turnagain, South Addition, Eagle Pointe, AnchorageCRS, GRI, CLHMS, CMRWe believe in creating an experience for our home buyers or sellers. We strive for life-time clients not one-time clients.

Alaska buyers agents provide Key Tips for Homebuyers in Alaska in 2024:

We found the site, “IBISWorld” to have great Alaska Real Estate Market Statistics

For example, The average median home price in Alaska is $361,900, up by 6.2% YoY. In 2024, it is expected that the median sale price will increase due to the tight inventory. As of the 1st quarter of 2024, the sale-to-list price ratio is at 99.5%,

  • Home Sales: As per September 2023 data, home sales decreased by 9.7% YoY! In September 2023, 763 homes were sold, down from 845 in September 2022.
  • Median Days on Market: The median days on the market for homes for sale was 15 days, down by 16 days YoY.
  • Pending Sales: The number of homes for sale in 2023 dropped by 7.8% YoY compared to 2022.
  • Months of Housing Inventory: The average month of housing inventory is 1 month.
  • Alaska Housing Market Predictions: 2024 Alaskans have survived the shockwaves of high mortgage rates and rising home prices of 2023.
  • Buyers agents are expecting home Sellers to return to the Market in 2024: Sellers who stayed on the sidelines in 2023 will return.
  • Most analysts are expecting mortgage Interest rates to stabilize by the 2nd Half of 2024
  • Home Prices May Continue to Rise: Home prices have steadily increased reaching a median value of $362,000 in September 2023.
  • Agents are predicting that the number of Home Buyers will increase in 2024.
  • 12.3% of homes purchased in September were new homes, the highest since 2022.
  • iBuyers Will Continue to Make Lowball Offers: iBuyers offered 104.1% of market value in 2021, but they offered only 86% in 2022 and around 70% in 2023. Opendoor and Offerpad have lost billions of dollars in 2023.

2024: Is it a Buyer’s or Seller’s Market?

Alaska buyers agents believe 2024 may still be a terrific market for sellers. (And buyers, too!) Home prices in Alaska are rising and will continue to rise till the supply-demand dynamic changes.

In November, the mortgage rate plummeted from a two-decade-high rate of 8% to 7.35%, adding more new listings on the market. This shows that those who refused to sell due to mortgage rate lock are finally acclimatizing to 7% rates. It is expected that in the Spring of 2024, more homeowners will follow suit and list properties on Alaska MLS.

Home buying tips Alaska 2024

Overview of the Alaska Economy

  • In 2022, the state of Alaska had a population of 731,869. It declined an annualized -0.2% over the five years leading up to 2022.  Alaska ranks 47th out of all 50 US states by growth rate.
  • Businesses in Alaska employed a total of 472,561 people in 2022, with average annual employment growth over the past five years of -0.9%.
  • The top three sectors by total employment are Mining, Transportation and Warehousing, Real Estate, and Rental and Leasing, while the unemployment rate across the state in 2022 was 5.1%.

Our Alaska buyers agents will help you study sector statistics

In Alaska, certain sectors drive a higher share of state GDP and employ more workers than others. However, simply looking at raw numbers doesn’t always tell the whole story. Factoring in the current year growth percentage, in addition to the annualized growth percentage over the past five years, will give you a deeper understanding of the economic situation.

Is 2024 a good time to buy a house in Alaska?

The following is true for all states, including Alaska:  housing inventory, mortgage rates, and market trends will vary from month to month.  It is good to look at historical trends, but the most important timing decision is very personal and will depend on job moves or personal family situations.

For example, this year listing prices for homes in Alaska were lowest in January. On average, homes were $27,125 less expensive. While in November — the month with the highest prices — the listing prices were $26,487 more than the annual average.  It is nearly impossible to time the market

In truth, the best time to buy a house really depends on the buyer’s priorities. Read on to find out which time of year will give you the most options and the biggest savings when buying a house in Alaska.

Best Places to Buy a Home in Alaska

According to Clever, a local buyers agent company in Alaska, these are some of the best places to buy a home in Alaska:

  • Anchorage – Anchorage is Alaska’s most populated city.  It has around 300,000 residents who make up 40% of the states’ population. Anchorage is a large economic sector with jobs in the military, air cargo, and tourism industry
  • Juneau – Juneau is Alaska’s capital and is abundant with government, tourism, and fishing jobs. The median income per family is around $80,000.  This level of income makes it nice to live there because the cost of living is lower compared with other states. Students are attracted to Juneau because of the well-known University of Alaska Southeast.
  • Ketchikan – Ketchikan is “Salmon Capital of the World” Many tourists come each year to witness the salmon run.  Home buyers will find employment opportunities here during the salmon run season. Other attractions of the area include the Misty Fjords National Monument and Tongass National Forest.
  • Kodiak – Kodiak is great for people who enjoy hunting. Residents enjoy commercial fishing as well as the hunting of the Kodiak bear, elk, and black-tail deer. Kodiak has a heavy U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard presence.
  • Badger – Badger has a population of only 20,000 and is in the exact center of Alaska. It has a relatively high median income of $80,000 and the average home median price is around $200,000. Badger has a well-rated public school system, and is conveniently located only minutes away from Fairbanks.