I can provide information on the buying and selling of residential homes. I am knowledgeable regarding distressed property sales including short sales and bank owned (REO) transactions. I know the greater San Jose area well and specialize in local markets like Willow Glen, Blossom Hill, Santa Teresa, Rose Garden, Campbell, and downtown San Jose. My passion is for green and green remodeling of homes.I work with clients utilizing staging and the internet to maximize their buying and selling power. I do not handle commercial real estate or handle 1031 exchanges for residential real estate.
Over 7 years in the real estate arena, representing buyers, sellers, investors, distressed property owners. Experience in short sales, REOs, and equity sales and purchases.
National Association of REALTORS(R) California Association of REALTORS (R) Santa Clara County Association of REALTORS (R) Womens' Council of REALTORS (R)
Mercury News and KRON San Jose TV News Channel
Bachelors in Business Management REALTOR(R), Senior Real Estate Specialist, green certified, Certified Distressed Property Expert, Certified HAFA Specialist
References provided upon request
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Sofia, To my knowledge, the only real estate under $100,000 is a mobile home. There are not typically considered investments as they depreciate. The average sales price in San Jose is about $650
Mike, This is such a great question. You are very smart to be thinking about the present and future value. I would love to be able to provide you the very best answer but to do that I would have to
Marc - First, I am sorry to hear about your frustration with your real estate agent. The agency relationship should ALWAYS be one of trust as there is no way the average buyer or seller can know every
Rick - Always best to talk with your loan officer and real estate agent to help you through these challenges as they are most knowledgeable about the details of your purchase. When you applied for
Theresa, I am not an attorney and for exact legal interpretation, it is best to consult a real estate attorney. It is my understanding, only one seller has to sign the listing agreement but all parties