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Ken Fox
Broker Associate

As a resident of San Francisco’s East Bay, Ken Fox actively enjoys the varied architecture of its distinct neighborhoods and cities and has made it his priority to assist homebuyers in finding the perfect fit in lifestyle, amenities and housing and to assist current owners in market presentation and attaining realistic values for their homes. He loves the vastly diverse landscapes and cultures that create the setting for one of the most unique areas in the country to live.

Discovering the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright and his contribution to the development of the great modern California architects like William Wurster, Richard Neutra, A. Quincy Jones, Roger Lee and developer Joseph Eichler, is the primary reason Ken chose a career in residential real estate and is excited to practice in the East Bay, where the works of all of these craftsmen are present. Ken also celebrates such modern conveniences as master baths, open floor plans, and heating and cooling efficiencies that would not be prevalent in today’s residential design if these artist were not allow to experiment in home building.

From lofts and eco-friendly homes to mid-century marvels, utilizing his deep knowledge of the East Bay real estate market, Ken is always happy to connect his tech-savvy, design-conscious, and technology-driven buyers and sellers. In addition to having a Broker License, Ken also holds a Residential Appraisal AT License, membership with Oakland Association of Realtors, California Association of Realtors, and the National Association of Realtors, and has experience in accounting and mortgage lending. Ken has also attends the Dwell on Design Exhibition in Los Angeles and is proudly serving as a docent in the Dwell/Marin Magazine Home Tour sponsored by Marin Modern Real Estate.

Contact Ken Fox, Broker Associate and Certified HAFA Specialist with East Bay Modern Real Estate, at 510-999-0923 for assistance buying or selling a home in the East Bay.

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