Pleasanton real estate firm to celebrate grand opening today

Larger office viewed as benefit to agents, clients

Better Homes and Gardens Tri-Valley Realty's Pleasanton Office will hold a grand opening celebration and ribbon-cutting event starting at 5 p.m. afternoon.

The ceremony, sponsored by the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce, will take place at the firm's new office in the Taylor building at 4733 Chabot Drive.

The firm moved its Pleasanton office into more spacious quarters from its previous Johnson Drive location, where it had been located for over 30 years.

"We are thrilled with our new state of the art BHG office which has a training room that seats 50, a modern office configuration with a lounge area for our agents and a convenient location for our agents and clients," said Janet Cristiano, broker of the Ruby Hill and Pleasanton offices.

"I had the opportunity to work very closely with the architectural and interior design teams to create a very open, modern work environment for our agents that allows them to deliver a level of excellence to our clients during their home buying and selling experience that is unsurpassed in the Bay Area," she added.

Better Homes and Gardens Mason-McDuffie Real Estate began with the founding of Mason-McDuffie Real Estate in 1887. The company was named the 26th largest real estate services firm in the nation by Real Trends 500 in 2012, and number two in the San Francisco East Bay by San Francisco Business Times.

Last year, the company handled more than 5,900 transactions, generating over $3 billion in sales volume.

Better Homes and Gardens Mason-McDuffie Real Estate includes joint ventures with Highland Partners in Piedmont and Montclair, Leading

Edge Properties in Petaluma, Tri-Valley Realty in Pleasanton and Livermore, Ventura Barnett in San Jose and Bahay Co. in Concord. The firm is locally owned and has more than 1,200 real estate professionals with 32 offices in eight counties in the Bay Area, aas well as n the Napa Valley and the Tahoe/Truckee region.

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Posted by Homeowner G
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on Apr 16, 2014 at 11:20 am

Because if there's one thing Pleasanton needs more of, it's real estate agencies. And furniture stores. And salons. And dentists.

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