“As a first time homeowner, I really appreciated Dale’s expertise. He’s thorough and available to answer all of our silly questions! We didn’t have an agent, and Dale was very easy to find. We were looking for information on a new development, and Dale was the one agent who’s informative youtube video showed up in a google search! We thought it was early on in the process but contacted him, he responded right away, and said it was a good thing we spoke up when we did, the units were not even built yet but were selling fast.” – Manda Z.
There is no greater compliment than having a repeat buyer or seller. I’d love having repeat clients because I know that they’ve trusted be enough to do the job once, they know I will do an exceptional job the next time. From real estate investments, first-time homebuyers, to repeat buyers, having someone come back to you for the same job, means that they were satisfied before, and they know I will get the job done this time.
“I have done several real estate transactions with Dale and would highly recommend him for any Bay Area transaction. He is very knowledgeable, professional, energetic and responsive- and he is also very fun to work with! Dale assisted us tremendously with putting our offer together and were so thrilled the the seller picked ours out of the multiple offers they received.” ~ Zillow Review
May is coming to an end and June is just around the corner, meaning it’s time for graduation and grad parties. No doubt your grad has probably kept you busy through the year with many different preparations for getting to the big day. All the things that surround and lead up to the ceremony can quickly become overwhelming or stressful, including throwing a graduation party to celebrate the grad with family and friends. Have no fear we are here to help with some grad party prep tips to get your home ready to receive visitors and congratulate your grad on a job well done. [Read more…]
California is becoming the first state where renewable energy is mandatory. Solar panels are the mainstream form of energy and the states Energy Commission is expected to approve new energy standards that would require solar panels on the roofs of nearly all new homes, condominiums, and apartment buildings from 20/20 onward. There may be exceptions for homes that can’t fit solar panels or if the roof would be blocked by taller buildings or trees. However, if this is not the case, all new construction will require solar panels. [Read more…]
It seems like a lot of people are renovating and remodeling this spring. Many of the remodeling contractors are already out until the end of summer, so what’s prompting all the remodels? Well, the economy is good, people have received raises, and because home prices are rising, many homeowners are simply remodeling their homes rather than buying new ones. So, what’s in and what’s out and home renovation trends? [Read more…]
When selling a property, chances are the main photo for the home will be the outside. Most multiple listing services require either the front of the house or the view from the house as the first listing photo, so, you better make sure that your landscaping and curb appeal is on point. Most buyers will decide within the first five seconds of looking at the home whether or not they’re interested, which is why your landscaping and curb appeal should never be neglected. Here are some serious landscaping and curb appeal hacks that will totally change the way people look at your home. [Read more…]
Moving can be a pain, but with these quick tips you can move and relocate easier than ever before. But the key is starting early. Here are my top 10 moving hacks.
Spring is here and even though we celebrated it a day early this year, it’s here nevertheless. Were starting to open our windows a little bit more during the day and maybe even starting to enjoy evenings out on the patio, the dry evenings anyway. But if you’re looking to add a little bit more freshness to your home this spring here are five simple ways to do so. [Read more…]
If you are considering purchasing a home in San Ramon or surrounding communities most likely you will need a home loan. The very first step in looking at properties is to get preapproved for financing. This puts you steps ahead of others that have not done their financial homework, and it shows sellers that you’re a serious buyer with your financing in place. [Read more…]
Considering purchasing a home in San Ramon or around the Tri-Valley area? Are you a senior citizen looking to buy, rent or potentially lease a new property? Here are some of the top home buying mistakes that seniors can make when considering purchasing a new property, home or condominium. [Read more…]