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Hawkeye, Home Buyer in San Ramon, CA

looking for a nice 3 bedroom townhome in San Ramon

Asked by Hawkeye, San Ramon, CA Thu Aug 9, 2012

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Bernard Gibbons’ answer
Hello Hawkeye:

What is your budget? You can possibly get an older (1970s) duet in Twin Creeks area for around $450K. If you want something more recent, say in Gale Ranch, you will be in the mid $500s and HOA dues will be higher.

You can check out what is available now (not very much) on my website or if you like, I could let you have details of what has sold in the past few months to give you an idea od what is possible.

Bernard Gibbons

Bernard Gibbons, J. Rockcliff Realtors
DRE License # 01331583
Phone (925) 997-1585 -
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There are several nice townhomes currently on the market in very nice neighborhoods. HOA dues and ammenities will vary but if you would like to tell me a little more of what you're hoping to find, I'm happy to assist your efforts.

I live and work in San Ramon and know the area well. Feel free to call me at your convenience or email me your contact info. and I'm happy to follow up.


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Hello Hawkeye,

Contact Rama Mehra at Keller Willliams Realty. She specializes in the San Ramon area! Her contact info: (925) 698-1815 direct or

If you need a online pre-approval or an in person consultation- I can help! I have an office in Pleasanton and San Francisco.

Best Regards!

Ivan Diaz
Home Mortgage Consultant
(415) 271-7740 direct
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You may find that a 3 bedroom SFR is about the same as a Townhouse when you factor in the HOA fees:
I would recommend looking at both.

Trulia will let you search many ways, just enter your parameters.
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