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    We are grateful that in 2021, we were able to help more clients with their home buying and selling needs than ever before, resulting in a record-breaking year with approximately $600 million in total sales volume, the highest ever recorded in Contra Costa County.

    As this new year begins, we are thrilled to announce that we have made an exciting move, opening our very own luxury office in partnership with Coldwell Banker, the iconic real estate company that was founded in San Francisco! As part of this partnership, we are honored to have been chosen as the first-ever Coldwell Banker Global Luxury® Lifestyle Ambassadors. Click here to review a press release about our new affiliation.

    What the last couple of years have taught us is that we must be ever changing and constantly adapting to better serve the needs of our clients. Having exclusive access to a global luxury network has never been more important than it is now and is paramount to the success of our clients.

    Cheers to a new year of beginnings!

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      San Francisco Migration to the East Bay Continues!

      As more companies start to offer a more permanent approach to remote work, San Francisco and San Jose residents are continuing to opt-out of city life for the opportunity of more square footage that the East Bay provides.

      “Migration rates are expected to be three to four times higher than normal in the coming years as more companies allow employees to work from home. The highest share of movers will be leaving expensive cities for lower-cost cities, and rural communities, a survey by Santa Clara-based Upwork found.

      At least 1 in 5 residents in high-priced cities say they have already moved or expect to — a possible harbinger of significant change in the Bay Area. More than half of all those surveyed are looking for lower housing costs, and are willing to move more than two hours away from their offices.” What does that mean for those already living in the East Bay? As the demand increases, property becomes more valuable especially in homes that have designated office spaces. “These skilled professionals now have the opportunity of living in “Zoom-towns,” working with colleagues through video meetings while enjoying a lower cost of living in small cities.”

      Source: East Bay Times, bayareane.ws/3nBlfHH

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