December 6, 2015

37 Steps to Selling your Home in this Market!

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37 Steps To Selling Your Home in this Market

If you are putting your home for sale in Pleasanton on the market for the first time, it is easy to get overwhelmed and a bit confused about the entire home selling process.

Here is a step-by-step guide of important things you should do to sell your home in this market:

1. Hire the Right Real Estate Agent

The difference between homes for sale in Pleasanton that sell quickly and those that do not usually boils down to hiring the right real estate agent. Interview several candidates before deciding on one. Ask them questions on how they plan to market your Pleasanton home for sale, their years of experience and number of homes successfully sold. You are hiring someone who will either make or break the sale of your home, so make sure you hire a professional who is an expert in their area. After interviewing at least 3 agents, use your good judgment and select the one you are most comfortable working with and you can trust.

2. Prepare Your Home for Sale

Ask your Pleasanton real estate agent what you can do to improve your home and get it ready for showing. Keep in mind that your goal is to make each room as big as possible. Moving furniture around or even out of the house is one tip to achieve this task. Staging is a great way to attract buyers to your home. Getting a professional’s opinion on what looks good from an outsider’s point of view can be very helpful. Make sure to deep clean your home from the inside to the outside and keep your yard well-maintained at least once a week. Once your home is clean, try your best to keep it that way if you are still occupying the home while it is on the market.

3. Set the Right Price for Your Pleasanton Home for Sale

This is one of the most critical steps in the home selling process. Of course you want more money for your property, but don’t fall into the trap of overpricing your Pleasanton home for sale because it will cost you more in the long run when your home sits on the market for longer than you expected.

When a home has been sitting on the market for too long, buyers will rarely revisit the property and the listing goes stale, eventually forcing you to lower your price. In most cases, buyers will offer you even lower than your lowered asking price since they will know by then how long your home has been on the market. Avoid this by working with an agent who can help you determine the right price for your home based on the comparable home sales in Pleasanton CA. It is best to price your home correctly right from the start with the help of an experienced real estate agent.

4. Market Your Home

Almost all home buyers found the homes they eventually bought online. The days of newspapers and print ads has become obsolete and these methods rarely sell homes anymore. Work with an agent who has a strong online marketing campaign for your home for sale in Pleasanton. The most important thing your agent can do is put your home on the Multiple Listing Service, which is the backbone of all real estate sales. The Multiple Listing Service reaches not only just a target audience of buyers, but a large number of agents as well, who in turn have their own pool of buyers.

Once buyer’s agents see your listings online, they will schedule viewings to your home.  Once your listing is online, make sure to view it to ensure that the details and photos are accurate.

5. Show Your Pleasanton Home for Sale

Now that you have hired an experienced and trusted real estate agent and made sure your home is clean, well-maintained, and clutter-free, it’s time to show your home for sale in Pleasanton CA.

Home showings are a great way to sell your home. Your Pleasanton real estate agent will schedule an appointment with you to show your home to prospective buyers. Before buyers come for showing, make sure your house is clean, beds are made, the dishes are washed and put away, and your home is free of clutter and pets.

Turn on all the lights and open all your curtains or blinds to bring in as much light as possible. You can even turn on some relaxing music. The most important thing for sellers to remember is you should not be present during your home showing. You  can go out and take your pet for a walk or relax and see a movie, or take your family out to dinner. Being home during showings is unadvisable.  Some buyers will not feel comfortable giving comments about the house when the seller is around for fear of offending them.

Make sure to be flexible with your schedule once your agent calls you with a scheduled showing.

If you need agents to help you with selling your Pleasanton home, we service all of Pleasanton including (but not exclusive to) Birdland, Shadow Cliff and Del Prado.

6. Receive Offers and Negotiate with Qualified Buyers

If you get an offer that is below your asking price, avoid getting emotional and holding it against the buyer. Try your best to look at it from a business perspective so you can handle it professionally.

Get advice from your real estate agent. Your agent will discuss the offer with the buyer’s agent and go over the offer details.

Another important thing to take note is your agent should have spoken with the buyer’s lender to make sure they are qualified for the loan amount stated in the contract. Once all these steps are completed, you are in a better position to make an informed decision.

7. Prepare your finances

After receiving offers and narrowing them down to the best one, make sure you have your finances in order and it is enough to cover the costs involved in selling a home. Know the costs and taxes involved in selling a home. This is an important question to ask your Pleasanton real estate agent.  Your agent should provide you with an Estimated Net Sheet to understand your costs involved in the sale.

Will the buyer “assume” your monthly mortgage or are you “discharging” the mortgage on your Pleasanton home for sale? Are you getting a mortgage for the purpose of  buying a new home?  Call your mortgage lender to ask more about these details.

8. Property Taxes

The seller’s portion of prorated taxes will be collected at closing. This will be handled through the escrow office handling the sale of your home. If there is any refund due to you, your escrow company will refund you after close of escrow. The refund time varies with each escrow company, but they are generally very quick!

9. Hire other specialists

Aside from your Pleasanton real estate agent, you will be needing other professionals you can work with in selling your home.

As you go through the inspection process, you might find the need for additional inspectors such as foundation specialists. Other specialists involved could be home inspectors and escrow services to handle closing settlement. Your trusted Pleasanton Real Estate Agent will be sure to guide you in the right direction.

10. Prepare the binding agreement

This is such a crucial part of the transaction…making sure everyone is clear and understands their duties as agreed per the legally binding purchase agreement. Your agent should be a top professional in understanding every aspect of the contract and able to clearly answer all of your questions.

Be diligent in meeting the timeframes set forth and agreed upon with your buyer. Get your disclosures prepared well in advance so you have a head start. Waiting until the last minute is never a good idea. Start satisfying any conditions on the agreement that require anything from the seller.

If you need agents to help you with selling your Pleasanton home, we service all of Pleasanton including (but not exclusive to) Birdland, Shadow Cliff and Del Prado.

11. Contingencies in the contract

Once you have signed the contract with the buyer of your Pleasanton home for sale, you are not yet out of the woods. While it is true that you can relax from the pressures of having to make your home look its best and show your home at any given moment, you still need to cooperate with the buyer and buyer’s agent in fulfilling any commitments required from the seller as stated in the contract. You can only completely relax once you get to the closing table.

12. Home inspections

You’ll need to make your Pleasanton home available for a home inspection, since this is included in most contract contingencies. This agreement includes having all utilities turned on at the time of inspection.

If the home inspection report turns up problems or repairs needed, you may negotiate this with the buyer according to the terms of the contract. This is where your agent’s negotiating skills will come into play, so be sure to get the best Pleasanton real estate agent.

13. Termite inspection and radon gas inspection

Besides the home inspection, some lenders might also require a termite inspection. In each case, you and your Pleasanton agent or the buyer’s agent will need to make the home available for all inspections.

14. Homeowner’s insurance

As the seller, you should notify your insurance company of your expected close date. Your insurance should be in place until closing. The escrow company will refund you any due amount after close of escrow for fees prepaid by you. The refund time varies with each escrow company.

15. Home appraisal

Another important step before closing is the home appraisal. If the appraisal comes in higher than the home’s selling price, then the buyers can  be happy that they have purchased your Pleasanton home for sale for less than its market value, however most appraisers’ goal is to match the offer price as they receive a copy of the purchase agreement.

Once the contract has been signed, you, the seller, cannot renegotiate for a higher price. On the other hand, if the appraisal comes in lower that the selling price, then the buyer’s  lender will only be able to loan based on the appraised value. This means that the buyer will have to compensate the difference between the offer price and appraisal price with cash, if they are able to do so. The buyer or buyer’s agent can also renegotiate the contract with you to meet the appraised value.

Your Pleasanton real estate agent can advise you on the best possible way to handle this situation. In any case, remember that the seller and buyer are both bound by the contract terms.

If you need agents to help you with selling your Pleasanton home, we service all of Pleasanton including (but not exclusive to) Birdland, Shadow Cliff and Del Prado.

16. Open escrow
An escrow is a neutral third party account held on behalf of two parties. The reason why Pleasanton CA real estate agents advise sellers to open escrow is to prevent the seller or buyer from mishandling of funds. The best way to ensure this is to have a neutral third party. Here in the bay area both title and escrow are handled by one company unlike southern California where they are separate. This neutral party holds all the money and documents related to the selling process until closing or settlement.

17. Secure title services

Before closing, a title search on your home for sale in Pleasanton CA will be required by the buyer’s mortgage lender. A title search is required to ensure the borrower receives a clean title, to prove that you, the seller, are indeed the owner of the property, and to confirm that there are no liens filed against your Pleasanton home for sale. Your escrow officer can also help you understand the different ways to hold title to the property. The way you hold title to property involves estate planning and tax implications, so make sure to consult with an attorney or accountant specializing in real estate before making your final decision.

18. Obtain title insurance
To further ensure the buyer that you are handing over a clean title, the lender will require title insurance aside from title search. There are 2 kinds of title insurance policies that the buyer can purchase: an owner’s policy and a lender’s policy. The owner’s policy protects the buyer. The lender’s policy protects the lender in the event that a problem in the title is detected after the home for sale in Pleasanton CA has been purchased. Both are extremely important policies!

19. Hire an attorney (optional)

This is just an optional step if  you want legal advice. Your trusted REALTOR® is prohibited from giving legal advice for obvious reasons, however we are highly skilled at understanding the contracts we are trained to use.

20. Utilities
Your buyer will call the utilities providers to have the utilities transferred to their name. You should also call you providers and schedule a disconnection date. The best time to schedule disconnection of utilities is the day after the closing date, however this can be scheduled in advance.

If you need agents to help you with selling your Pleasanton home, we service all of Pleasanton including (but not exclusive to) Birdland, Shadow Cliff and Del Prado.

21. Understanding Closing costs
As with any professional service, there is no free escrow company. Your trusted real estate agent will guide you as to where you might hold escrow, however if the buyer pays for the services of title and escrow, they get to choose the title company.

Your agent can provide you with an estimate of charges for closing the transaction. Fees vary from county to county as to which party pays what fee. For instance in one county it might be customary for the buyer to pay title and escrow, yet is a nearby county, the seller is responsible for the buyer’s title and escrow charges. Understanding ahead of time is very helpful.

22. Complete the Home Inspection
Although not required for closing a home for sale in Pleasanton CA, this is a safety measure for the buyer. If the buyer finds a serious problem with your home during inspection, they can back out of the deal as long as their purchase offer included a home inspection contingency. The buyer can also ask the seller to fix items or ask for credits so they can have it repaired.

23. Be ready for renegotiations
Even if you have already accepted the buyer’s purchase offer, if the home inspection revealed any problems, the buyer can renegotiate the purchase price of your Pleasanton home for sale to compensate for repair costs.

You, the seller, can also negotiate to keep the purchase price but pay for the repairs. Even if the purchase contract stated that the buyer is purchasing the property “as is condition,” the buyer does have the option to ask for repairs or renegotiate for a price reduction. The buyer can still back out without penalty if a problem is found that cannot be negotiated or fixed by the seller.

24. Negotiate closing costs with the escrow service
Escrow services, like any other service costs money. Ask your real estate agent or lender to review the fees with you to ensure there are no junk fees. It’s okay to ask the escrow officer to explain what each fee covers. Look out for administrative fees, appraisal review fees, application review fees, email fees, ancillary fees, processing and settlement fees. Most companies for title and escrow service are reputable, but it’s a good practice to keep a look out.  Your experienced Pleasanton real estate agent can help you with this task.

25. Buyer places funds into the escrow company
The buyer will deposit earnest money upon signing the purchase agreement. The purpose of the earnest money is to let you know of the buyer’s serious and earnest intentions of purchasing your Pleasanton home for sale.

The buyer will also put the rest of the down payment into escrow at the appropriate time. The buyer’s closing costs should also be put into escrow, depending on your arrangement with the seller as to who is going to pay for the closing costs as outlined in the contract.

Many misconceptions loom about the earnest money deposit. During the contingency period the buyer has stipulated in the agreement, the buyer can  back out and get a full refund of their deposit.

If you, the seller, back out from the deal, the earnest money is returned by the escrow service company to the buyer.

If you need agents to help you with selling your Pleasanton home, we service all of Pleasanton including (but not exclusive to) Birdland, Shadow Cliff and Del Prado.

26. Closing Table

As the transaction is nearly closed, you will be contacted by our escrow officer in charge of the file. They will set up a time to meet with you in person or they can arrange for a Notary to travel to your location for signatures. You’ll need your driver’s license at that appointment.

Once you receive the request for this appointment, please do your best to work out a time for signing.

27. Review the HUD Settlement Statement

Before closing, an estimated HUD Settlement Statement will be provided to you.  This document includes an itemized list of the incoming and outgoing funds and payoffs of both the buyer and the seller.  It usually contains several sections, some of which have subsections.  Make sure to review and double check the figures indicated in this document.  If something is not clear, do not hesitate to ask your agent and clarify your concerns.  Amendments can be made to this estimate prior to the close of escrow.

28. Prepare for the Final Walk-Thru

The buyer’s agent will set an appointment for the final walk-thru before the closing date.  The contract defaults to 5-days prior to closing. The buyer is informed that you as the seller are in the midst of moving and the house will likely be in disory.

This is a time for the buyer to make sure that the requirements of the contract are met and the house is move-in ready.  

Your job is to leave extra keys or remote controls or mailbox keys in an area such as in the kitchen drawer or according to what has been agreed upon.  It is also your responsibility as the seller to leave the house clean and in good condition and ensure that everything is as it should be as stated in the contract.  Being prepared and organized is the key to a smooth transaction.  You can always call your agent for any concerns that may arise in any stage of the selling process.

29.  Make Repairs and Renovations

Whether you have made repairs on your home anticipating a quicker sale, once listed on the market, it is still likely the buyer will ask for some type of repair.  

The issue as to who will shoulder the repairs and renovations will be discussed, settled, and itemized in writing as you and the buyer are guided accordingly by your trusted Pleasanton real estate agents.  

Use your contract as a project guide to ensure that you have completed all the required work on your part before closing for a fast and smooth transaction.  Everything should be clearly spelled out in writing as to alleviate any confusion.

 30. Meet the  Settlement – Close Date

The buyer and seller will mutually agree on a settlement – close date.  If the seller needs more time before moving out of the home, this is called a “rent-back”. Your agent  can discuss with the buyer during the negotiation period.  This will allow you to stay in the property even after the agreed-upon settlement date but as a renter to the buyer.  This agreement also applies in cases where the buyer needs to move in earlier than your agreed upon settlement date, however this is highly unusual and not recommended.  Once again, a written agreement is necessary for this arrangement. This contract will also indicate who the responsible party would be if something happens to the house or its contents.  Some lenders will allow a rent back and some will have restrictions on the length of time a rent back is allowed.

If you need agents to help you with selling your Pleasanton home, we service all of Pleasanton including (but not exclusive to) Birdland, Shadow Cliff and Del Prado.

31. Conclude the Closing

The closing, or otherwise known as “settlement” or “escrow”, is a short meeting conducted by a third party called the “closing agent”.  This is the part of the home buying process wherein the seller gets the proceeds of the sale, while the buyer gets the transferred title of the property together with the house keys.

As part of this closing process, the closing agent goes over the sale agreement to resolve any dues that the parties should settle.  This is also the time to verify the amount that the seller would acquire.  During the process, the said agent explains and deducts transaction costs, taxes, and existing mortgage to the amount credited to the seller.  If the seller has paid the taxes early, this is also the opportunity to make “adjustments” in which payment will be reimbursed by the closing agent.

Aside from signing the paperwork such as loan papers, deeds, and other documents, the buyer and seller has minimal role during this step since all the necessary papers have been prepared in advance by essential and concerned parties such as closing agents, lenders, and title companies.  As a conclusion to this step, all parties involved make sure that their interests are clear, pursued, and validated.  Lenders ensure that loans are recorded and reflected in the public records. Taxes have been transmitted to the government.  The title and keys are handed over to the buyer.  Proceeds of the sale are wired to the seller’s account.

 32. Sign the Papers

One of the most crucial steps in a real estate transaction is the signing of documents.  At times, there are 100 pages that you need to sign all in all.  While signing hundreds of pages may sound terrifying, take your time in reading each page especially the fine print since the latter can and will affect your future finances.

Additionally, verify and double-check if the interest rate is accurate.  Take notice of any prepayment penalty because there should be none.   Evaluate the closing cost based on the estimate that was given to you in good faith.  Anything that is marked up more than 10% of the original agreement is objectionable.

33. Decide on Your Attendance at Closing

Buyers are required to be present during closing because there are original documents, like a loan document for example, that the buyer needs to sign.  You as a seller have the option to sign all the paperwork prior the closing date, thus your presence is optional.

34. Closing

Closing is the final step in purchasing a property. A real estate transaction is considered closed when a property’s title is officially transferred from you to the buyer. This means the property and the rights attached to it will no longer be yours. A closing date is predetermined by you and the buyer as you negotiate and set the price and terms for the completion of the transaction. The close date must be a non-holiday weekday as most offices that handle the paperwork are closed on weekends & holidays. On the closing day itself, the buyer and the seller along with their agents settle the sale at a title company where the new deed is registered.

The escrow ensures the protection of both the buyer and the seller by safekeeping documents and money until all the conditions of the transaction are met. Once the transaction is finalized, and exchange of money and title take place. The keys and other devices used for running the home’s systems and appliances are turned over on the closing date as well, unless stated otherwise in the contract. There may also be some closing costs (usually 2% to 5% of the price of the home) that are basically charges for necessary tasks for processing of the transaction such as the title search, title insurance, and appraisal fee, to name a few.  The fees will vary depending on your location and the cost of the home itself, which is why it is necessary for a real estate agent to analyse the home you are selling if you’d like to get the best possible price.

35. Moving Out

Most contracts between the homebuyer and the seller state that the home should be in broom-clean condition. However, the standards of cleanliness vary from person to person. Buyers may even specify their own terms for cleanliness in the contract. A walk-through of the home is usually scheduled 24 hours before closing just to make sure everything is in working order and in the condition that was agreed upon in the contract. The buyers may even hire professional assistance who would carry out the inspection for them.

There have been cases where closing was postponed or did not push through because buyers were disappointed by the condition of the house at closing. For your protection, make sure that the condition of your house meets all the requirements stated in the contract, and that all agreements–including verbal agreements–are in writing. Aside from your personal belongings, specifics like items that buyers may or may not want in the home when they move in should also be indicated in the contract. Check if the items to be turned over are in good condition and that unwanted items are removed. It is also important to note that you are expected to have moved out completely once closing is complete. The buyer has all the rights over the house – including the right to evict or sue you for damages if you fail to comply with the agreements stated in the contract.

If you need agents to help you with selling your Pleasanton home, we service all of Pleasanton including (but not exclusive to) Birdland, Shadow Cliff and Del Prado.

36. Failure to Move Out

If you cannot move out of your home after closing because your new one is still undergoing repairs and renovations, instead of finding a temporary place to stay until your new home is move-in ready, you can opt to negotiate a “rent-back”. A rent-back is basically an agreement that you can make with the new homeowners to rent the house for a short time – usually 60 to 90 days after the closing date.  The agreement will include the fees that you need to pay for rent and utilities during your stay in the house.

Mortgage payment, property taxes, homeowner’s insurance, and local market rents may be taken into consideration in determining the rental fee. Though your agent and the buyer’s agent will settle the amount you will be required to pay, note that the buyers have the privilege of setting the rent-back terms because the house will be rightfully theirs on closing date. Also, remember that you will be responsible for the house during your stay, so if there is any damage, there will be costs incurred. When you are ready to move out, you may want to have another walk-through with the new owners to ensure that the house is in the same condition as it was during closing date.

If you foresee any concerns with moving out on the closing date, it would be best to negotiate a rent-back as you discuss the sales contract.  Consider your timeline and allow ample time for the buyer to prepare for this arrangement.

37. Release of Mortgage

The ownership over your property is not completely yours until  you have paid off your outstanding mortgage. Your home will serve as collateral until your loan is fully paid. This secures certain rights to the lender over your property such as selling or foreclosing it in the event that you fail to pay your loan or fulfill other responsibilities in the mortgage agreement.

After your loan has been settled, your lender should provide you with a release of mortgage, which is sometimes called a deed of release.  It is a document declaring that you have fully paid your loan. A release of mortgage is not to be confused with the canceled note and mortgage. The canceled note releases you from your obligation to pay the lender, while the release of mortgage removes any interest and rights your lender has over the property. The release should then be filed in the county or land records office. It is the lender who usually attends to the filing, but in some cases, the escrow officer can take over. Once the release has been recorded, it must be given back to you.

You may also need to pay a mortgage discharge fee to formally release you from your mortgage commitments. You should also call your insurance company and send a request to remove the lender from your homeowners insurance policy since your lender no longer has any ownership over your house. You will be holding a lot of important legal documents, so be sure to make copies and have them secured in a safety deposit box for safekeeping.

If you are looking for a Pleasanton luxury REALTOR® who can help you sell or buy your dream luxury home, call me, Rhonda Fee, at 925-200-0827. You can also text 925-660-7110 with any of these codes: seller411, buyer411 or homesearch. With my extensive experience and knowledge of the Pleasanton luxury real estate market, including (but not exclusive to) Birdland, Shadow Cliff, and Del Prado,  combined with a track record of satisfied clients, your next transaction will be the best move you’ve ever made!

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Stage Your Home Before Selling

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Is staging necessary?

Selling your home is a big decision. It entails intensive planning and preparation.

Among the many considerations you have to make when you are selling your Shadow Cliff Pleasanton home is whether to stage it or sell it empty.  If it is your first time to sell a home, you may think of staging as an additional burden. It’s going to take time and money, both of which you may be running out of.

So why stage?

It takes only a few seconds for a homebuyer to decide whether he likes the home or not. Staging your Shadow Cliff Pleasanton home showcases its best features and appeals to the buyers emotions which increase the possibility of the buyer falling in love with it. After all, buying a home is an emotional thing.

Not yet convinced? Here are the five top reasons you should stage your home.

1. It will sell your home fast. When you want to sell your home quickly, stage it.  In a 2013 study conducted by RESA, it found out that homes that are staged sell 73% faster than their non-staged counterparts. Staging makes everything better – from the marketing photos and videos, to the feeder sites, to printed materials like flyers and brochures. Well-staged homes look amazing in online photos and flyers, but more importantly, they make your home attractive to buyers which creates interest and excitement about your home, increasing its likelihood of selling.

2. It justifies your price. When you have a beautifully staged home, it is easier to ask for a higher price. Remember, a buyer will pay only what they think your home deserves. Upgrades are part of staging, and well-chosen updated appliances can increase your home’s listing price. 

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3. It makes the house larger. Maybe you’ve heard of the expression “Empty rooms look smaller”. Rooms look bigger when they are furnished because you can see how many pieces of furniture it can fit inside, thus giving you a reference of what you can put. Staging is all about arranging furniture to create maximum space.

4. It helps buyers imagine themselves in the house. Staging includes de-personalizing the home. When buyers visit your home and see your personal items still all over the place, it can be difficult for them to see themselves fitting in your home. Removing your personal items and replacing it with something neutral helps buyers better visualize themselves enjoying the comforts of the Shadow Cliff Pleasanton home you are selling.

5. It will help you bag the “amazing first impression”.  Staging comprises of two parts - indoor and outdoor. It follows that a well-staged home has exceptional curb appeal, which is visible when people see your home from the street. It is what draws buyers to your home. A staged home looks more appealing and is more attractive to buyers.

You’ve probably heard many agents and Realtors® say “You will never get another chance to make a good first impression”. This describes accurately how necessary it is to pretty up your home.

Highlight your home’s best features. Show buyers your home’s potential. Stage your home before selling it.

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Top 5 Outdoor Improvements That Will Add Value to Your Home

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Boost your home’s resale value

Thinking of home improvements? If you are planning to put your Pleasanton CA home up for sale, or you just want a better looking home, you may want to consider getting outdoor improvements.

Outdoor living is a popular trend, and it has shown no signs of slowing down. People love having outdoor living spaces, a private space where they can retreat, relax, and entertain. Next to energy efficiency, outdoor upgrades is one of the home improvements buyers look for.

The best thing about outdoor improvement? It can be done with minimal cost, yet you get to enjoy a high return of investment. The NAR (National Association of Realtors®) 2016 Remodeling Impact Report : Outdoor Features  report a 100% in cost recovery.

Outdoor improvements with the highest ROI

Before you start thinking of getting a pool, installing a deck and a few other outdoor upgrades you’ve seen on TV, you should know that not all improvements have high ROI.

Some upgrades yield a lower percentage recovery. You need to know which upgrades can add the most value to your home.

Here are the top 5 outdoor improvements which will boost your home’s ROI.

1. Improved landscaping and gardening. Buyers perceive homes with landscaped front and backyards, gardens with flowering plants and trees have a higher value compared to homes with just a front lawn.

If you are selling your Pleasanton home, a basic upgrade you can do is to add flowering shrubs in your garden or pathway. When you want something low maintenance, opt for native plants or drought-tolerant plants available in your area. Adding a tree near the window will not only bring your home shade, it will also help keep the home a little cool especially during the summer.

Replacing your pathway with a flagstone walkway also enhances the curb appeal. Incorporating at least two large stone planters further enhance the outdoor appeal. Do you know that this improvement alone can add up to 10% on your home’s value?

2. Put up some lighting. With the proper lighting, the home comes alive. Once you’ve finished with the landscaping, show it off even at nighttime by installing electric or solar powered spotlights. Lighting also helps increase a home’s security, giving you better peace of mind.

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3. Consider installing a patio. Many homes for sale in Pleasanton have patios, and if you have none, you may  consider getting one. The patio transforms the backyard into an enticing outdoor living space. Furnish it with several comfortable outdoor chairs and you now have a relaxing outdoor space.

4. Create an outdoor room by adding a pergola. Make your patio more exciting by adding a pergola. A pergola dramatically enhances a backyard’s look. It also allows for more shade and a perfect way to hang greeneries.

5. Add a fire pit. To complete your relaxing outdoor oasis, add a fire pit or an outdoor fireplace. On those rare chilly nights, this is the perfect spot to hang out with family and friends.

But you don’t need chilly nights to use the fire pit. You can also use it for roasting marshmallows, chicken tacos, and sausages. You don’t have to get the most expensive one either. Even the budget friendly ones will do, as long it serves the function for your summer soiree.

These outdoor improvements will definitely make you want to stay in your home a little longer. If you are selling your Pleasanton home, the new owner will surely thank you for creating a wonderful and relaxing space for them to enjoy.

Which ones are you going to do on your backyard?

Call me, Rhonda Fee, at 925-200-0827. Let me make your home selling transaction a smooth and stress free journey.

You can also check out my website to learn about homes for sale in Pleasanton.

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What are the Closing Costs of Buying a Home in Pleasanton CA

Don't forget the closing costs

Buying a home is exciting but also nerve-racking, especially for first time buyers. If you are buying a home in Pleasanton CA, you are probably thinking about the initial down payment and the monthly mortgage payment you have to make. But there is one thing that many first time home buyers neglect to prepare for, and that is the closing costs.

The closing costs are the fees and charges you pay for your mortgage loan. It is generally between 2-5% of the purchase price. In Pleasanton CA, the closing cost of homes for sale can set you back, on the average, at least $3,700.

Before you can truly own a home, you have to figure out your closing costs. Ideally, your mortgage officer will give you a Loan Estimate which should help you know how know approximately how much will your closing cost will be. There are also several online calculators which can give you an idea of the closing costs for your home.

What are the usual fees included in a closing cost?

You can basically categorize closing costs into two types - the recurring and the non-recurring costs. The recurring costs are, as the name suggests, expenses you'll have to make a regular payment. The non-recurring costs are one-time payments you only Shave to make to get the loan.

Under prepaid costs, you have to pay the following :

INSURANCES - You have to secure some insurance when you buy a home. It includes the private mortgage insurance, fire insurance and flood insurance.

REAL ESTATE TAXES - This is the tax you will have to pay the government, and it is usually prorated between you and the seller, depending on when the closing takes place.

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For recurring costs, the following items are included :

APPRAISAL FEE. Before your mortgage loan is approved, the home or property you are buying needs to be appraised by a professional lender who will assess the value of the home. In most cases, the lender will require an appraisal from someone of their own choosing. They will not use the appraisal some seller’s sometimes provide. The result of the appraisal will help the lender decide how much money they can loan you. The appraisal fee is usually paid out of closing costs.

TERMITE INSPECTION FEE - Termite treatment and damage repair is expensive, so most lenders require a termite inspection because they are protecting their investment, the money that they are loaning you to buy the house.

SURVEY FEE - Like the appraisal and termite inspections, the lender may also require a survey for the property. Usually, this is part of the borrower's fees, but you can negotiate it be paid by the seller.

HOME INSPECTION FEE - You'll be asked to get a home inspection to verify the condition of the property and see if there are repairs that are needed.

FLOOD ZONE CERTIFICATION FEE - This is in payment for verifying that the property is located in a flood free zone.

ATTORNEY - Attorney fees differ from state to state and depend on the attorney that is chosen. Some charge per hour, others charge on a flat rate.

ORIGINATION FEE- This is charged by the lender to cover the administrative costs of making a loan.

APPLICATION FEE - Also referred to as the lender's processing fee.

UNDERWRITING FEE - Whichever lender you choose will have an underwriting fee. It covers the research of the mortgage company checking to see if you are approved for the loan or not.

CREDIT REPORT - The lender will be checking your credit history to see if you will be approved for a loan, and for how much.

DISCOUNT POINTS - These are paid to the lender for a lower interest rate. This fee buys you a reduced rate so you have a lower monthly mortgage payment.

TITLE SEARCH - In buying a home, the lender must search for public records of the property you are buying to see if there are unsettled mortgage payments on the property.

TITLE INSURANCE - This is paid to the lender to insure ownership of the property.

RECORDING FEES - This is among the government fees you have to pay for recording the real estate purchase.

TRANSFER TAXES - Is another government fee for transferring the property to you.

All these costs can be overwhelming, but that is the price you have to pay to be a homeowner. To make things easier to understand, setup an appointment with your mortgage officer and discuss all these costs and see which ones you can ask the seller to help with. help payment from the seller.

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UNDER CONTRACT! 22812 Paseo Pl Hayward CA 94541 | 3 Bedroom Condo for Sale

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 Own this charming Paseo Place condo!

Be the proud owner of this bright and airy condo for sale in Hayward. It offers 1,700 square feet of living space and features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a large living area and a modern kitchen with plenty of cabinets!

Entertaining is easy when you have the space to accommodate your guests and this condo delivers. The bedrooms are large and well-appointed. There’s also space for your dryer and washing machine.

If that’s not enough, this condo is close to all shopping, dining and transportation conveniences. In this condo, you don’t have to go far to get what you want.

Buy it for ONLY $565,000.

Call me, Rhonda Fee, at (952) 200-0827 to see this property now.



Market Stats
Main Features
3 Bedrooms
2 Full Bathrooms
Interior: 1,700 sqft
Year Built: 2004
22812 Paseo Pl
Hayward, CA 94541

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UNDER CONTRACT! 22812 Paseo Pl Hayward CA 94541 | Condo for Sale

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Condominium lifestyle at its best

If you are looking for a bright and airy condo unit conveniently located near the city center, this three story Hayward CA condo for sale checks off all the boxes of your must haves.

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With 3 bedrooms and 2 baths with approximately  1,700 square feet of living space, this Hayward CA condo for sale features an open floor plan concept fit for modern living and entertaining.

Perfect for year-round living, this condo also makes a great investment property.

Entertain and relax in this condo’s spacious living area

You’ll be impressed by how bright and spacious this condo’s interior is. The light neutral tone on the walls and big windows  reflect the light streaming into this home, giving it an inviting and warm appeal.

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Dark wood laminate flooring complements the light walls and exudes elegance. The neutral walls and gleaming wood floors create a perfect canvas for any design and furniture you’ll furnish it with.

If you love entertaining, this living space is a great place to entertain. It is spacious enough to hold a group of people without feeling cramped. The open layout ensures you can extend the entertaining area.

A richly finished kitchen for your personal enjoyment

Who would not be motivated to learn to cook when you have such a fabulous eat- in kitchen?

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This condo’s kitchen features solid counters, stainless steel appliances and plenty of storage spaces! You will not run out of space for your small appliances anymore.

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Set a small dining table beside this kitchen to be more efficient and save space!

A bright and well-appointed master bedroom with a balcony

What better way to end the day than to step into your own sanctuary and relax on your soft, comfy bed?

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You get all that and more in the master bedroom of this condo for sale in Hayward. The carpet floor is enticing, inviting you to sink your tired feet on its warm embrace.

Pull the curtains back and look out your floor-to-ceiling windows to gaze at the neighborhood and the clear blue sky.

Start the day right by doing warm ups in this large bedroom.

One of the best things about condo living is most master’s bedroom get their own private balcony, and this condo has one.

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Good sized and sun-drenched, you can set it with some outdoor furniture and camp here when the weather is great.

The master bathroom is bright and contemporary. You get a walk-in shower with separate tub, huge vanity mirror, plenty of storage spaces, and bright new lights.

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There’s also a space for your washing machine, dryer and a laundry closet.

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A two-car garage rounds up the features of this Hayward condo.

Enjoy the convenience of being in a desirable location

Paseo Place is a brick and stucco building lined with trees and plants. There are benches and seating areas distributed throughout the frontage, creating a park-like setting.

If you love to run or jog, this is a great place to warm up. It is also a nice meeting place with friends for an early morning gym workout.

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There is also a basketball court for those who enjoy the game. It’s also a good way to break some sweat after staying in your air-conditioned office the whole day.

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This condo offers a well-rounded lifestyle. Best of all, it is just minutes away from shopping and dining options! You can have your pick of great dining on Mission Boulevard, just a two minute walk away.

If you are a commuter, BART station is just over a five minute walk away, and there’s a bus stop on D street in front of this condo.

What are you waiting for? Grab this chance to own this condo. Visit to know more about it. Make it yours for ONLY $565,000.

Call me, Rhonda Fee at (952) 200-0827. I am happy to assist you in finding the best home.


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SOLD! 1750 Nursery Way Pleasanton CA 94588 | 4 Bedroom Home for Sale

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Your search for your ideal Pleasanton CA home for sale stops right here.

This two story contemporary home for sale in Pleasanton CA sits on 6000 square feet of tastefully designed features that include 4 expansive bedroom, 3 bathrooms, an impressively updated gourmet kitchen with an eat-in-kitchen area, a bright and airy living room, a well appointed dining room, a spacious family room with wet bar and fireplace, a serene patio with professionally landscaped yard and koi pond, a spacious bonus room, a 2 car attached garage with a charming barn style door, and a lot more. One of the spacious bedrooms and bath located downstairs can be used for visiting in-laws or an au-pair setup.

Aside from its abundance in notably striking features, adding up to its desirability is its proximity to Pleasanton’s award winning schools.  This charming Pleasanton CA home for sale can be yours to call home at $1,325,000.

Call me, Rhonda Fee, at 925-200-0827 to schedule viewing today.

Market Stats
Single Family Home
Main Features
4 Bedrooms
3 Full Bathrooms
Interior: 2,637 sqft
Lot: 5,998 sqft
Year Built: 1989
MLS #: 40772814
1750 Nursery Way
Pleasanton, CA 94588

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NOW SOLD! 1135 Bogart Ct Tracy CA – 4 Bedroom with Pool & Loft For Sale

There is so much to love about my newest Tracy, CA home for sale at 1135 Bogart Ct Tracy  CA; a 4 bedroom home, plus a loft and gorgeous backyard pool oasis!

Many families nowadays need a bedroom & full bathroom downstairs! Yup, this home has it!

Knowing they wanted to move to a bigger house in Tracy, the sellers began preparing for this home for sale over 1 year, and what an amazing job they have done!

Just to highlight a few of the many upgrades that have been recently made to 1135 Bogart Ct, Tracy, CA, let’s start with the exterior.

Approximately one year ago the exterior was painted. Smart homeowners should always keep a good coverage of top quality paint on their homes, to preserve the exterior of the home. It may seem expensive at the time, but it is the best way to save money in the long run.

Here are a few other notes of interest regarding upgrades to this home include:

  • Replaced both slider patio doors
  • Installed new faucets & toilets
  • Installed hardwood floors in the upstairs, including bedrooms and loft
  • Kitchen upgrades including stone counter-tops and professionally  painted cabinets
  • Master Bathroom shower is newly replaced
  • A full list of upgrades is available, just ask!

The kitchen is full of natural light to brighten this gorgeous home. The range is gas, as preferred by many! The microwave is built in and the cabinetry is plentiful with a tall pantry cabinet as well! Canned lighting is sure to please!

If you love to entertain or be included with others while preparing meals, this home has a great room concept; the kitchen and family room are in combination! Guest will be sure to feel at home while surrounded by such a lovely setting!

For more formal settings, the living room and dining room combination is just the ticket. Formal meals can be shared in this separate dining area. Gatherings over special meals such as birthdays, anniversaries, special holidays and more can be enjoyed in this lovely area of the home.

In addition to the 4 bedrooms, this home boasts a spacious loft to be used for anything you choose. How about making it a game room? Fun and entertainment await you at this great cul-de-sac home!

Maybe a summertime barbecue is in store? When the weather is beautiful, invite your friends and loved ones to cool off in the comfort of your backyard pool! This house is truly a needle in a haystack. It is well-cared-for and maintained and a lovely place to step into to make it yours!

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SOLD! Pleasanton CA Home for Sale | 1750 Nursery Way Pleasanton CA 94588

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Stunning 4 bedroom home for sale right in the heart of Pleasanton CA!

Prepare to live the life you’ve always dreamed of in this two story contemporary home where you can relish the many pleasures of living in Pleasanton CA while also enjoying the comfort of your very own exquisite home.

With nearly 3,000 square feet of beautifully upgraded living space over 6,000 square feet of land, the joy of space, comfort and style are yours to delight in.

Confidently standing on a landscaped yard, the quiet elegance of this home can be seen on its exterior where you will appreciate vibrant colorful plants everywhere you look and find a wide concrete drive and entryway readily welcoming you into its threshold.

Get ready to be wowed as soon as you step into this remarkable home for sale in Pleasanton CA.

Bright and lively immediately comes to mind when you gaze into the effervescence of the living room with radiant custom paint and plenty of sunlight beaming into the area.

The polished hardwood floors and vaulted ceilings are also hard to miss as it adds to the light and breezy feel of the expansive space.

The equally spacious dining area can easily become your favorite room in this incredible Pleasanton CA home for sale as it brings the perfect ambiance for both casual and formal gatherings.

With its cheerful glow and easy access to the private landscaped yard through the patio sliding doors, plenty of interesting stories are bound to be joyously shared in this room over sumptuous meals.

A spacious gourmet kitchen awaits the chef in you!

The completely remodeled gourmet kitchen has the same lively vibe as the rest of the home. Space, storage and inspiration to cook won’t be lacking in this room alone.

It boasts of custom cabinetry with matching panels on the refrigerator and dishwasher, French bisque porcelain sink, slab granite countertops, designer custom backsplash, walnut butcher block island, walk-in pantry with lovely glass doors, custom pendant light fixtures, and expanded eat-in-kitchen area.  Get ready to whip up your best dishes yet!

True to its distinctly inviting design, the family room of this exceptional contemporary home for sale in Pleasanton CA features a gas burning fireplace, a ceiling fan with light hardwood floors and a wet bar with granite countertops.

This can be the room where you can spend plenty of bonding moments with your loved ones and friends, or you can simply enjoy its peace and warmth over a cup of coffee and a good book.

Here’s a place where you can put your feet up after a long day of work and just relax!

Let the sun shine in and look forward to starting your mornings right when you wake up to the splendid bedrooms of this one-of-a-kind home!

The master suite promises no less than light and space as well. The space allows for a sitting area where you can lounge until sleep comes to you.

The peaceful and calm feel of the room creates a perfect retreat at the end of working days to rejuvenate you when you wake up to new bright days.

The master bathroom is elegantly styled with dual vanity, cultured marble countertop, ceramic tile floors and stall shower.

It also includes a his and hers walk-in mirrored closet doors with abundance of storage for your wardrobe and personal effects.

Aside from the 4 sizable bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, this marvelous home in Pleasanton CA also comes with a bonus room that you can use as a 5th bedroom, an office, a recreation room, your very own mini home theatre or whatever you deem best suits your lifestyle!

Say yes to a garden retreat in your very own backyard!

Another one of the best features of the home is the patio with professionally landscaped private yard. Rest and relaxation are what you are bound to enjoy when you set foot in this part of the house.

Spend glorious afternoons unwinding in the patio while appreciating the beauty of the surroundings. With its sprawling greens, lovely koi pond and abundance of sitting room, throwing barbecue get-togethers with friends and loved ones can easily become a favorite hobby.

This Pleasanton CA home for sale also comes with one bedroom and bathroom downstairs, for visiting in-laws or an au-pair setup.

The home also features plantation shutters, a 2 car attached garage with a charming barn-door style door, an alarm system, energy-efficient dual pane windows and so much more! This home is priced at $1,325,000.

Located near award winning schools, living in Pleasanton CA has never been this great with this once in a lifetime offering of an outstanding home.

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Do you have plans to settle in the bay area? If yes, you should heavily consider buying a home in Pleasanton CA!

Pleasanton is an affluent city in Alameda County, California, incorporated in 1894. It is a suburb in the San Francisco Bay Area located about 25 miles (40 km) east of Oakland, and 6 miles (9.7 km) west of Livermore.

During 2013, Pleasanton CA was ranked as the third wealthiest city in terms of earnings in the united states. Not only this, it also placed fourth in a 2014 survey of America’s 50 Best Cities to Live In conducted by 24/7 Wall Street, a nationally recognized online website targeting investors and the business community.

From these statistics and data, we can conclude that Pleasanton CA is truly a wonderful place to buy a home. But for a resident like me, it’s not the numbers or the awards that make Pleasanton what it is. It’s what’s inside the city, the community, that makes it so special.

Let me share with you my thoughts on why Pleasanton CA is the best place to buy and own a home!

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Inside Pleasanton CA is a community where everyone makes an investment into the greater good

Pleasanton CA is a very family-oriented town. Most of the friendships here developed over just simple activities with kids. The community strives to maintain and active and caring atmosphere with numerous non-profits, community projects and groups that see to the needs of the town. If you’re interested in getting involved with nonprofits, there are organizations such as the Pleasanton North Rotary or the Valley Humane Society.

The school districts here are also top-notch! Students have easy access to high quality education thanks to two comprehensive high schools, Amador  Valley and Foothill. The two schools mentioned are currently ranked among the top 400 high schools in the nation!

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Pleasanton CA always keeps things fresh with its rich culture

With regular events for the community, Pleasanton CA continues to maintain that small-town feel. There are lots of parades, movies and concerts in the park. Churches also offer family activities open to the public and you’ll often see whole families walking to dinner on Main Street.

Every Saturday morning a farmers’ market sets up on Angela, off Main Street. Then, from May through September, the Pleasanton Downtown Association organizes the popular First Wednesday celebration.

On every first Wednesday of those summery months, Main Street is blocked to traffic and adopts a street fair atmosphere. Each First Wednesday celebration is given a different theme and planned with related activities.

Normally, the first theme is Cinco de Mayo since May is the first month for these parties. At this local event, booths are set up in the center of the street by businesses and organizations from downtown and around the Tri-Valley.

Another tradition that is noteworthy is the Friday concerts in the park. Every Friday from June until September, a different local band is scheduled by the PDA to perform in the evenings at the Lions’ Wayside Park off of First Street. The thing I like the most about this is when locals start laying out blankets in the park on Friday mornings as a way for them to reserve a spot. 🙂

Feel right at home with the community of Pleasanton CA

People who move into another town or community sometimes have difficulties in merging in with the neighborhood. But here in Pleasanton CA, we make sure that anyone who decides to buy the homes for sale here and move in will feel like they’ve lived in Pleasanton for all of their life.

If you’re excited to be part of all of this, let me help you choose a home from the ones we have here that are for sale. I just know that there is a property here that will be perfect for you! Check them out right here.

With culture that is rich beyond compare, and a warm community that looks out for each and everyone, Pleasanton CA is definitely the place for you!

I’m Rhonda Fee, broker owner of Aspire Realty licensed in the state of California. When you are my client, I handle you with the same care as if I were buying or selling a property for myself. I care about your success in buying or selling your Pleasanton, CA home. Sign up with me and let’s work together to make your real estate dreams come true! Call me now at 925-200-0827.

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Top 4 Steps to Take when Selling a Pleasanton CA Home

Thinking of putting your home in the market? If so, have you considered the steps involved in the home selling process?

Selling a property can be a stressful affair, especially because there are other Pleasanton CA homes for sale.

The decisions you make along the way will either save you or cost you thousands of dollars.


Here are some things that you should do to ensure a smoother home selling process:

  1. Research and plan

You probably think that the first step that you have to do once you decide to sell your home is to make sure it looks attractive and pleasing to potential buyers. However, before you start painting the walls or fixing leaky faucets you have to research the market first and determine if it is a good time to sell.

With me, Rhonda Fee, as your trusted real estate agent, you can get a comprehensive free market analysis in Pleasanton CA.

Comparing your home with other similar Pleasanton homes for sale is the only way to truly determine the right list price.

You should also determine your budget and identify where you intend to move next.

Sounds daunting? Don’t worry. I will help you along your journey so it won’t be so daunting of a task on you during your busy days.

  1. Find your papers

Before enticing potential buyers, another important task that you have to do is locate all the important papers. Documents about the operating manuals for your appliances and HVAC system and notes about the paint colors you used on your walls are important to have on hand.

While you are at it, make sure you have any applicable warranties and your old utility bills. Collect key documents including your title, survey, mortgage and insurance.

  1. Make the emotional break

It is perfectly normal for you to have a deep emotional connection to your home. After all, the home holds many special memories. In fact most sellers and real estate agents would agree that one of the most important steps before selling your property is being able to bid it farewell and no longer see it as your home.

With my years of experience as a Pleasanton CA real estate agent, I will be able to help you emotionally prepare for the sale and guide you through the process every step of the way.

  1. Have me, Rhonda Fee, as your real estate agent

Having a competent and experienced agent who has solid track record in dealing with homes for sale Pleasanton makes all the difference to your listing, and ultimately your sale.

As a trusted real estate agent, I can guide you on how to improve your home’s presentation. I can also tell you what buyers expect in your particular market and at your home’s price point.

With years of experience, I can help you save time and energy, and get your home sold quickly for a good price.

Check out if you need assistance in selling your Pleasanton CA home or need help knowing where to start.

Call me, Rhonda Fee at 925-200-0827. With my extensive experience and knowledge of the Pleasanton luxury real estate market, combined with a track record of satisfied clients, your next transaction will be the best move you’ve ever made!

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