Danville, San Ramon & The Tri Valley

Working with a Realtor team has never been easier.  Benefit from representation that covers all aspects of home buying, home selling, remodeling and equity building.

 

Areas of service include the East Bay’s Tri Valley, with Blackhawk, Danville and San Ramon being a primary focus. Coverage also includes Alamo, Walnut Creek, Lafayette, Moraga & Pleasant Hill in Contra Costa County, plus Livermore, Pleasanton, Dublin and Castro Valley in Alameda County.

 

Glenn & Therese are the former owners of a real estate brokerage, mortgage brokerage and development company.  They have represented over 1,200 real estate clients, purchased dozens of properties, and have been doing home remodels since 1985.

 

(925) 915-8300 (Cell)
GT@MendellHomes.com

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A Quick Household Check Helps Conserve Resources

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Not-So-Obvious Home Staging Tips

When it comes to “staging” your home for sale – which basically means ensuring it looks clean and uncluttered – you probably already know the basics: clean the counters, vacuum the floors, mow the lawn, etc.But there are also some less obvious home staging tips that can help to sell ...

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Home Shopping and the Four-Legged Stool

What kind of stool is most likely to keep you from toppling over when you sit on it? Of course, two-legged stools won’t even stand on their own. Three-legged stools are okay, but still unstable. Four-legged stools are rock solid.What does this have to do with shopping for a new ...

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