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Macfam, Home Buyer in San Ramon, CA

Looking for realtor to represent us in Danville, Pleasanton, San Ramon, Alamo area.

Asked by Macfam, San Ramon, CA Sun May 10, 2009

My wife and I are ready to buy our new home. We are not currently working with a realtor, but are ready to begin interviewing for one. We have three young children with the oldest starting kindergarten in the Fall. Our goal is to move into an area with a great school district. We are looking specifically in the Danville, Pleasanton, San Ramon, Alamo area. Please have experience in these areas.

We are looking to buy a 4 or 5 bedroom home with between 3,500-4,500 sf. Our budget is the $800k-$1,000k range. Our preferences are homes with larger usable lots, swimming pools, close to parks, close to schools, newer homes, homes with open layouts (great rooms), and no fixer-uppers.

If you are interested in representing us, please email me at macclellandfamily@gmail.com. I will forward you a list of questions I would like you to respond to in writing. Depending on how many responses we receive, we will narrow the field to 2-3 to meet us for an in-person interview.

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Macfam,

Happy Mother's Day!
I will send an email at the address above.

Sincerely,
Paula Hultz
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun May 10, 2009
If you're interested I am a Mortgage Broker in Pleasanton and have work with many Realtor s in the 580 680 corridor. If you would like I could offer you a third party opinion of agents in the area that offer the highest level of values, communication and negotiation ability if you would like.

If you have any questions on the financial aspect of a purchase I would be happy to offer you the highest level of service that I would expect for myself.

Happy Mothers Day!

Brian
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun May 10, 2009
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