Pleasanton Weekly

Real Estate - April 15, 2011

4th annual real estate Town Hall scheduled for April 26

Discussion to focus on Pleasanton market, opportunities

by Jeb Bing

A free seminar on the status of the real estate market in Pleasanton will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 26, at the Veteran's Memorial Building, located at 301 Main St.

Sponsored by the Bay East Association of Realtors, the city of Pleasanton, the Pleasanton Weekly and the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce, the seminar is aimed at providing the public with objective, timely and accurate information about the local residential real estate market.

"Pleasanton differentiates itself from the rest of the California's real estate market in a number of ways that are important for both sellers and buyers to understand," said David Stark, public affairs director for the Bay East association. "Pleasanton residents like to be informed about local issues and this event will provide a clear snapshot of the city's housing market."

Real estate and lending professionals leading a panel discussion on market conditions will include Otto Catrina, 2011 president of the Bay East Association, and George Duarte, representing the California Association of Mortgage Brokers. Mayor Jennifer Hosterman will open the event.

This will be the fourth annual Pleasanton real estate town hall. The event is free and open to the public.


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