Giving Back, Changing Lives

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Let's Change the World Together

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About Us

Eric & Janet Baucom

Eric and Janet have been residents of Ventura County for 30+ years. Eric has been working as a Realtor® since 1999. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business & Marketing from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and a MBA from Pepperdine University. 
 

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National Association of Realtors

Good Neighbor Award

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Cycling Into Hearts and Homes

REALTORS® Eric and Janet Baucom provide kids in foster care with a

sense of freedom, personal control, and fun.

For most kids, getting a new bike is almost a rite of passage in their families. But for those who have spent a big chunk of their childhood in the foster care system, having a bike of their own is usually the stuff of dreams, hard to imagine in a life often defined by instability and tumult.

Eric and Janet Baucom are committed to making the dream a reality for foster children in and around their Ventura, Calif., community. The simple gift of a bike has the ability to make a kid’s life better, they say. In addition to providing recreation and fun, biking is an expression of control and freedom that’s likely missing in their lives.  Read article