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Red Oak Realty

Red Oak Realty

Exclusively Serving

Berkeley, CA, USA

Berkeley, CA, USA

The leafy university town of Berkeley is a model California city that its residents are proud to call home.

Vanessa Bergmark

www.redoakrealty.com/home  |  Office: (510) 250-8780

Partner/General Manager
Vanessa Bergmark

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1891 Solano Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94707
USA

Red Oak started out 40 years ago in a garage on Ramona Avenue in Albany, CA. While our age offers us deep experience in East Bay real estate, it doesn’t hold us back. We treat ourselves like a startup: modern, nimble, forward-thinking and client-centric.

That’s why we are one of the largest independent real estate brokers in the East Bay.

We don’t have the most agents. Or the most offices. But with 80 agents and a staff of 12 – from sales managers to marketing and transaction management – we’re serious about paying personal attention to every single person that comes to us.

Red Oak properties sell faster than any other top brokerage in the area. And they sell further above list price, too.

Why? Because our agents know and appreciate the nuances of life in each East Bay neighborhood, down to specific blocks. That’s why Red Oak is seriously local.

Red Oak serves the San Francisco East Bay, including cities like Oakland, Berkeley, Piedmont, Albany, El Cerrito, Kensington, Emeryville, Alameda, Richmond, San Leandro, El Sobrante, Pinole and Hercules, as well as popular neighborhoods like Rockridge, Montclair and the Berkeley Hills. We're proud of where we live. Learn more by watching our short neighborhood videos below.

Vanessa Bergmark is Red Oak's managing partner. Vanessa has become a spokesperson for the modern, nimble brokerage. As such she has spoken at NAR, Inman Real Estate Connect and the California Association of Realtors Conference.

Learn more about Red Oak's unique approach to real estate in this article from Inman News.

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