I had the pleasure of representing the buyers on the purchase of their beautiful new home in the very desirable Rush Creek Neighborhood of Novato. Built in 1998 and situated on a little over half an acre, this home offers privacy and an open floor plan on one level with high ceilings and an abundance of windows and light. It features 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a 3-car attached garage with separation and privacy for guests, an office plus a big open kitchen and family room. It is beautifully landscaped with fruit trees, a waterfall, swimming pool, spa and lots of room to entertain outside. It truly...
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Live in a unique
urban setting in high style. This is an exceptional opportunity.
floors, soaring ceilings, industrial details from the original warehouse, and...
Congratulations to my buyer who just closed escrow on this
adorable 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 986 square foot split level home in Chabot Park!
This property was a probate sale and needed some updating. But
my client is excited for the improvement projects ahead and opportunity to
make it his own. With the help of his flexibility and patience, I was able to guide
him through the probate process to successfully purchase this home under list price
in the East Oakland Hills!
Call me to find out how I can make your home
ownership dreams a reality.
Would you like to own
your own home? Are you tired of paying rent (or subsidizing your landlords mortgage instead of paying your own mortgage?
There is real estate
out there for everyone. It's a matter of starting and staying focused.
The answer to all of
these problems is: START NOW.
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what it's supposed to be: start now.
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down payment: start now.
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pre-approved: I think you know what to do...
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There is so much
information you can gather and...
Don’t miss two great events at Marinwood Community Center, 775 Miller Creek Road, San Rafael 94903 (just off Lucas Valley Road)
1: Homebrew Happy Hour! February 10, 2017 6-9 PM
The home brew beer fest is a first at the center and should be really fun. You have an opportunity to taste from local brewers and learn about what it takes to make a perfect brew at home. In addition to beer sampling, there will be live music and free childcare. So, come on down tonight and check it out.
$10 at the door (includes all tastings) and free childcare.
2: Raise a glass Winter Wine Tasting: February 25, 2017 2-5 PM
Mark your calendar for February 25th from 2- 5pm...
Enjoy indoor/outdoor living in a modern oasis blocks to the
heart of Fremont's Irvington Retail District! Fresh updates include new
engineered wood flooring throughout, efficient double pane windows, new heating
furnace & a completely new kitchen with stylish cabinetry, quartz counters,
Modern & Stylish
Built in 2005, this top floor 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo is light and modern with spectacular pastoral views. The living room has a vaulted ceiling, gas fireplace and sliding glass door that opens to a patio with views to the Silviera Ranch. The kitchen is well designed with plenty of cabinets, granite countertops and a stackable washer and dryer. The floor plan is ideal because there is separation between the two bedrooms and bathrooms to accommodate a variety of lifestyles…home office, children, or a roommate. The Clubhouse features a kitchen, living room with TV, children’s play area and exercise equipment. There are 2 covered parking spaces and the Homeowner's Dues are $400 per month.
Have you seen the folks in bright yellow shirts sweeping our downtown San Rafael sidewalks? Have you seen the purple meters scattered around downtown San Rafael? The folks in yellow shirts are part of the Downtown Streets Team and the purple meters are part of Put Your Change To Work program, which is a way to discourage panhandling. What? Read on!
The Downtown Streets Team is an organization that believes that by having a job and being able to take care of ones’ own basic needs is the center piece to helping folks transition to a better life…and get them...
As I sell real estate throughout Marin County, I often come across a buyer that is reluctant to take a look into Novato. Not because of the commute but usually because they have some notion that it isn’t much of a town. Since I live in Novato and specialize in the area, I feel inclined to share with you what makes this once bustling town that became a super sleepy town, but now on the rise… great place to live and raise a family. I also want to share the details of the immense change that has occurred over the years and what the future seems to hold for this great community. With that said, I share with you a brief history of Novato starting with the early development back in 1856 when Joseph Sweetser and Francis DeLong purchased a Mexican land grant known as the Rancho de Novato. Did you know that these guys created one of the world’s largest apple orchards here by planting thousands of trees? IN THE WORLD! Ten years later came the railroad, which connected Novato to the rest of the Bay Area. Then...