JUST SOLD – 979 36th Street, Richmond

Congratulations to my newest set of homeowners! Admittedly, this home started out with some flaws that might have scared other homebuyers away.  But after reviewing what was truly important to my clients and taking a closer second look, my clients decided this was the home for them, so we convinced the seller to fix those “flaws” with our winning offer and went for it.  It took some persistence, but sometimes winning the right home for you means really thinking about what you want, what can be fixed to get you what you want, and what you can’t live without.  Then, with the right negotiations, you can reach an agreement that works for everyone. Continue reading “JUST SOLD – 979 36th Street, Richmond”

JUST SOLD – Off Market in La Honda

Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of helping my clients buy their first home nestled in the beautiful redwoods of La Honda, California. After exploring a few different areas, these homebuyers decided La Honda was the next place they wanted to plant some roots.  Located just a short drive from Palo Alto and the rest of the peninsula, as well as the Pacific Ocean in the opposite direction, this location was absolutely perfect for them to start their next chapter.

With little inventory available in La Honda, I knew I had to get creative to find this well-deserving couple their dream home, before prices continued to appreciate and with interest rates on the rise.  Continue reading “JUST SOLD – Off Market in La Honda”

Pros and Cons of Waiving Contingencies

If you’re at all involved in the real estate market lately, you have probably heard a lot about “contingencies” (also referred to as “conditions” in other parts of the country).  You might have also heard about all-cash offers, “non-contingent” offers or “waiving contingencies,” especially if you’re in the Bay Area.  Many of my first-time homebuyers, and even experienced homebuyers, are commonly confused by this complicated-sounding term.  If you’re one of them, this post is for you… Continue reading “Pros and Cons of Waiving Contingencies”

Getting to Know Me: 6 Things I Love The Most (and Least) About Being a Realtor

I’m often asked the question of how I like being a realtor compared to being an attorney.  (For those of you new to this site, I practiced law full-time for about 5 years before starting my real estate business.)  The truth is, I LOVE IT! Like every profession, there are pros and cons to working in residential real estate.  But for me and where I am in my career right now, the pros far outweigh the cons.

For anyone considering the real estate industry, here are a few things to consider… Continue reading “Getting to Know Me: 6 Things I Love The Most (and Least) About Being a Realtor”

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