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Keri O'Reilly serves the real estate needs of the San Ramon Valley including Danville, Blackhawk, San Ramon, Pleasanton and more. Search all homes for sale on her site. Find School and Community information listed. Contact Keri for more details. Keri brings the knowledge and experience of residing in Alameda and Contra Costa County for over 30 years. She grew up in the East Bay and knows the community and real estate industry well. She watched our small communities flourish with new business parks and housing developments. Keri knows the history of the San Ramon Valley and stays informed of our community’s future.
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Move right into this gorgeous fairway view villa in the sought after Crow Canyon Country Club offering approximately 1539 sqft of living space with three bedrooms, two bathrooms and two car garage. Sought after open floor plan was just remodeled throughout with top quality materials. Easy access from the great room and primary suite to the back patio with golf course views! Secondary bedrooms are located on a separate wing for ultimate privacy. The gated community features guard gate, six community pools, private membership for social, golf and tennis.
“Keri was referred to us through a friend of mine. When I think of Keri and her staff, I think of integrity, professionalism, market expertise & results. Keri helped us sell and also buy our next home. Her professionalism, attention to detail along with the superior market expertise are second to none. I highly recommend Keri to anyone who is looking for a realtor & local market expert one can trust.”
“Keri knew exactly what was needed to sell our home and to get it done quickly. She is both highly organized and detail-oriented. She and her home stager came in and transformed our home, instantly making it more desirable. We are so happy we chose Keri to sell our home!”
“We used Keri to purchase our dream home in Danville, CA. Throughout this process she was extremely informative. She is a leader in the market and her expertise is priceless. She was always in contact, on-top of any requests or questions, and always willing to go the extra mile. By far the best real estate transaction we have been a part of. Anyone lucky enough to work with Keri would not regret it!”
Yes, I provide market evaluation services for your home in today's market. You may need this for many reasons, you may be thinking of selling your home. You may also need this information for insurance purposes, for refinancing options, credit related matters or to settle an estate. Call me for more details.
In addition to comparing the home to your minimum requirement and wish lists, consider the following:
Is there enough room for both the present and the future?
Are there enough bedrooms and bathrooms?
Is the house structurally sound?
Do the mechanical systems and appliances work?
Is the yard big enough?
Do you like the floor plan?
Will your furniture fit in the space? Is there enough storage space? (Bring a tape measure to better answer these questions.)
Does anything need to repaired or replaced? Will the seller repair or replace the items?
Imagine the house in good weather and bad, and in each season. Will you be happy with it year-round?
Take your time and think carefully about each house you see. I can help you with the pros and cons of each home from a professional standpoint.
Calculating your offer should involve several factors: what homes sell for in the area, the home's condition, how long it's been on the market, financing terms, and the seller's situation. By the time you're ready to make an offer, you should have a good idea of what the home is worth and what you can afford. And, be prepared for give-and-take negotiation, which is very common when buying a home. The buyer and seller may often go back and forth until they can agree on a price.
Choose your lender carefully. Look for financial stability and a reputation for customer satisfaction. Be sure to choose a company that gives helpful advice and that makes you feel comfortable. A lender that has the authority to approve and process your loan locally is preferable, since it will be easier for you to monitor the status of your application and ask questions. Plus, it's beneficial when the lender knows home values and conditions in the local area. Do research and ask family, friends, and I can give you some recommendations.
Select a community that will allow you to best live your daily life. Many people choose communities based on schools. Do you want access to shopping and public transportation? Is access to local facilities like libraries and museums important to you? Or do you prefer the peace and quiet of a rural community? When you find places that you like, talk to people that live there. They know the most about the area and will be your future neighbors. More than anything, you want a neighborhood where you feel comfortable in.