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Antioch, Brentwood, Oakley, and Pittsburg offer some of the most beautiful yet affordable real estate in Contra Costa County. Blue Line Real Estate invites you to take the first step and explore your options.
Top 5 Reasons To Move To AFFORDABLE East County Near San Jose/San Francisco California
The MOST affordable Resale & New Luxury Construction Homes in the ENTIRE San Francisco Bay Area, California.. Antioch, Brentwood, Oakley, and Pittsburg.. offer some of the most beautiful yet affordable homes for sale in San Francisco, Alameda, San Jose, Silicon Valley, perhaps the ENTIRE BAY AREA. The biggest reason… why people move to East County… and it’s simply, Cheap & Affordable Homes.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS THINK
" Working with Jeff to buy our home was wonderful! He was very friendly, it was like looking for a home with a close friend or relative. He was very welcoming to our friends and family that tagged along on our journey. He was very honest when it came to properties and was very understanding of my 1,000s of questions. He was always avaible for viewings and very flexible with our schedule. He was very patient and friendly to our 3 year old who went with us everywhere. I would recommend him to anyone looking for a home.."
" I have worked with several realtors in my life, and working with Jeff was one of the most pleasant experience in this otherwise stressful period. With the help of his understanding, I went for rather unconventional sale; I wanted to sell my house exclusively to an investor. This specific request meant less chances and more concerns, but he said, 'however you want, I'll help you'. He custom-planned according to my situation and needs. Other realtors who seek quick money could easily say no. Jeff is equipped with all the right strategies..."
" Jeff wrote a clause into my Purchase Agreement that limited my offer to a range within the appraised value of the property. That language saved me $5,000 on my offer immediately. I thought that was a masterful stroke of expertise..."