In the summer of 2007, Roy Machado, a 30-year-old local community organizer and entrepreneur, became a real estate agent during the free fall in one of the worst financial collapses in United States history. One may ask, why become a Realtor® at this time? Roy would tell you that this was the time that people truly needed a real estate agent and that the lower-level, less experienced agents were leaving the industry.
Roy is the founder and owner of All City Homes, a boutique real estate firm on a mission to empower people through homeownership. For over a decade, Roy has been a top-producing agent, selling over $100 million in real estate throughout Northern California. While some may define success through accolades, sales volume, and commissions, Roy is concerned about delivering exceptional homebuying and selling experiences. Improving the relationship between the Realtor® and the community they serve through social responsibility is the heart of Roy’s success.
What is the difference between Roy and the competition? His innate ability to get the deal done for his clients while educating them, so they are fully engaged throughout the entire process. He understands the magnitude of the transaction and how it will impact their quality of life. Homeownership is a moment of great significance that should be celebrated, and Roy is honored to be part of that experience.
What makes Roy and his team at All City special is their passion for transformative change and social responsibility? Roy is an active supporter of numerous nonprofit organizations ranging from music and arts education, affordable housing, youth mentorship, after-school programs, urban farming, and international housing initiatives such as Sol Collective, Habitat for Humanity, Low End Theory Collaborative, Cypher Hip-Hop Workshops, BTU Arts, Oak Park Sol, Home for a Home, and more. Roy believes a real estate agent is also an advocate for the community in ensuring to give back to the communities where they work.
In his free time, Roy might be found at a live music concert, savoring tasty bites at a local Sacramento eatery, or practicing yoga by way of Vinyasa. Roy has lived in the Greater Sacramento and Elk Grove areas for over three decades, and he has witnessed the amazing growth of his city. If you are looking for the latest restaurants, local music and art scene, and the best of what Sacramento culture has to offer, just ask Roy.