Rockridge: Family receives $100,000+ above market.
5135 Manila Ave. Oakland, sold in 2 weeks.
Sell Your Home for 5% to 20% MORE, & Have the Buyer Pay the Real Estate Commissions!
•Leverage the power of competitive bidding to get the
highest possible price for your house
•Quickly sell with only a three-week listing
•Have the buyer pay for the real estate commissions
"...These guys took care of everything. They made a stressful, emotional experience PAINLESS.
I didn't have to worry about a thing..."
CJ Matthews - 1206 32nd Ave. San Francisco
Sold grandmother's house in one week
There are no upfront costs or hidden fees. Sellers are guaranteed an acceptable price.
Allison James Estates & Homes completed over $2 billion in sales last year with offices in 16 states. Their quick and efficient method includes a full service listing on the MLS, errors and omission insurance, broker’s tours and widespread Internet advertising to over 800 real estate related websites. This effectively reaches every conceivable home buyer in the marketplace.
Call us today for more information (510) 689-9642
'When Buyer Compete, Sellers Win'
"Best Way to Sell Property in the Bay Area" (510) 689-9642.
From our San Francisco office, we serve clients throughout the San Francisco bay area including, South San Francisco, Oakland, Albany, Berkeley, El Cerrito, Dublin, Emeryville, Fremont, Hayward, Livermore, Newark, Piedmont, Pleasanton, San Leandro, Union City, Ashland, Castro Valley, Cherryland, Fairview, San Lorenzo, Sunol
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A Time-Tested and Proven Method!
Local “for sale by owner” (FSBO) real estate specialists James Jessie and Mitch Carson of Allison James Estates & Homes will sell your property quickly and efficiently with only a three-week listing using a competitive bidding environment. Our simple three step system has buyers competing against each other, which results in the highest, full-market price possible with the buyer paying the real estate commissions.
Why is This "The Best Way to Sell Your Property?"
According to Zillow, the true market price or any home in this country is the amount a buyer is willing to pay for it. When two or more buyers are competing against each other emotions can get involved resulting in the price for property exceeding all expectations. Shouldn't the buyer that wants it the most deserve to have it? Over the years we have set the high selling prices for neighborhoods with successful appraisals in every case.