“It feels great to know Norah is there for us “forever” and not just for the transaction…”
Y.K. Palo Alto, CA
Need a guide to East Bay Resources?
In this remarkable setting between the East Bay hills and the Bay, lies a broad geographical area, encompassing the cities of Berkeley, Oakland and surrounding communities.
In this region are neighborhoods filled with a colorful assortment of different architectural styles, surrounded by lush foliage, native live oaks, buckeye and redwood trees, spectacular vistas and all this sitting on the edge of thousands of acres of open space. Beyond all this natural beauty is a diverse, vibrant, sophisticated and culturally rich population. “I feel so fortunate to live here,” says Norah, who loves to share her enthusiasm for Berkeley and its environs with her clients.
In the mid 1980’s, I moved from San Francisco to Berkeley, a city with a small town feel yet no less sophisticated and with a rich assortment of architectural styles. I was very attracted to the unique mix of residential and urban neighborhoods and the cultural vitality of Berkeley, Oakland and the adjacent east bay neighborhoods. With an extremely comfortable climate (warmer than San Francisco, yet cooler than the neighborhoods east of the Tunnel), the ease of walking to amenities, the magnificent views and vast parklands, this city felt like it was designed for me.
I invite you to explore this special place with me. With my extensive experience and vast knowledge of buying and selling a home, I hope your journey with me through this process will be enjoyable as well as rewarding. Whether you are a buyer who already lives here, or you are moving from another city, state, or country, my website offers you an overview of all the various East Bay neighborhoods, namely Berkeley, Oakland, Albany, Kensington, El Cerrito, Richmond, Emeryville, and Piedmont. As a Seller, you can do a search to see what is on the market in your neighborhood, and/or find out what price a house like yours may be listed for currently.