Top-rated lgbtq agents in berkeley

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Fritz - Gay Realtor

Fritz is the only name you need to know when it comes to finding the best the East Bay has to offer. There's no need to remember his last name because the single name "Fritz" has become synonymous with the highest quality service in the East Bay. As more

Carlos - Gay Realtor

Whether you're looking to buy, sell, or invest in real estate - I'm here to help! Allow me to put my experience and local knowledge to work for you! As a Realtor, I seek to inspire clients to action when buying or selling a home. As a buyer's agent, more

John - Gay Realtor

My career has been defined by a commitment to the highest standards of professionalism and exuberant client service. I am proud to be a part of a company that shares the same attributes. As an accomplished luxury service and sales individual with award more

Valerie - Lesbian Realtor

Valerie is a second generation Realtor® having started in the Real Estate industry in 1972 as a 14 year old answering her father’s business phones. In 1976 she began her career in the real estate industry in earnest, working in the policy department more

Doug - Gay Realtor

I am an easy going, knowledgeable and persistent real estate agent serving the San Francisco East Bay. In today’s real estate market, retaining a knowledgeable, forthright, and candid Realtor is essential for buyers and sellers. I actively embrace more

Scott - Gay Realtor

I have been licensed since 2000 in MA and 2003 in CA. When I came to California, I joined Reliance Mortgage Service and created the Real Estate division. As Director, I enjoyed using my Bachelors in Business to implement strategic sales territories. more

Mark - Gay Realtor

I've lived in San Francisco nearly 40 years, with 5 years in Oakland and a recent move to Vallejo. I know the City very well, and I've always been active in gay night life, street fairs, film festivals, and queer theater. I love the Eagle, Powerhouse more
Wayne and Joseph

Wayne and Joseph - Gay Realtor

Experience.  Community.  Relationships. Hi, we're Wayne + Joseph in Berkeley, California. We’re partners in life and in business. Our journey began back in 2000 when we first got together. Wayne stared his real estate career in 2004 and Joseph more

Angelo - Gay Realtor

With so many choices out there, it's important to not only find an agent that has the same desires as you, but one who can attend to your needs throughout the entire process. I pride myself in giving my clients the one-on-one attention they deserve. I more

Berkeley News

Berkeley: A City That Fights for the Rights of All
Everyone associates the city of Berkeley with college, but more importantly, it’s where free speech was defended. The city is a wonderfully diverse community with fresh ideas, whimsical avenues, and inspiring artisans. Berkeley is home to top-rated food, unique music, excellent shopping, and a large LGBTQ community that’s evolving every day. A Brief History of How Berkeley Came to Be Berkeley began in the late 1800s with the express purpose of putting a college there. From the very ...more
Berkeley, CA Top LGBT Neighborhoods and Home Prices
Situated on the eastern part of the San Francisco Bay, Berkeley, California, is a smaller city.  It’s home to around 112,000 people, many of whom are students or work at the University of California Berkeley.  The city has been named as one of the largest liberal cities in the U.S. in terms of politics, making it a very attractive place for LGBT people. Berkeley is home to one of the two gay bathhouses in the area in addition to a number of other gay clubs and LGBT businesses.  ...more
Berkeley Gay Realtor – Open Lifestyle in a Fun University City
Berkeley is a lively, progressive University town situated on the east shore of San Francisco Bay that is surrounded by other big LGBT-friendly cities including Oakland and Emeryville opt the south and in the north by Albany and Kensington.  The city, which is the site of the University of California, Berkeley is a politically liberal place with a population of 112,580.  It is strongly associated with social change and the hippie movement from the era of the sixties. If you have any kind ...more
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