Carey Hagglund Condy - Marin Realtor

"To me real estate is more than just selling houses. It means creating connections — between buyer and agent, family and home, home and community."

BLOG: Real Estate Report Ranks Marin as No. 1 - Called best place to live; leaders seek improvements

09/09/2014 — By: Janis Mara Marin leaders rejoiced at the news that the county was judged California's best to live in, while remaining mindful that there is still room for improvement. Movoto, a real estate website, Friday released a report naming Marin No. 1 based on its high median household income, median home price and median rent, low unemployment and second-lowest number of families below the poverty line. With San Mateo second and Santa Clara third, it was something of a Bay Area sweep. "It is…

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Buyer Representation: 3 Forrest Street, Mill Valley Photo

Buyer Representation: 3 Forrest Street •  Mill Valley

Enjoy the perfect combination of Marin lifestyle and downtown living in a newly constructed Greenpoint Rated home. Designed by Barbara Chambers, this home combines meticulous attention to detail and high end finishes throughout. Open floor plan with high ceilings, oversized windows, radiant heated wide plank hardwood floors, and Nest thermostats.…

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Marin Neighborhoods: Kentfield

Kentfield

Because the town of Kentfield is unincorporated, it is governed by the Marin County Board of Supervisors, who are known to pay close attention to the wishes of the residents, especially concerning development. An upper middle class to wealthy community, Kentfield is nestled at the base of Mt.…

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BLOG: Real Estate Report Ranks Marin as No. 1 - Called best place to live; leaders seek improvements

09/09/2014 — By: Janis Mara Marin leaders rejoiced at the news that the county was judged California's best to live in, while remaining mindful that there is still room for improvement. Movoto, a real estate website, Friday released a report naming Marin No. 1 based on its high median household income, median home price and median rent, low unemployment and second-lowest number of families below the poverty line. With San Mateo second and Santa Clara third, it was something of a Bay Area sweep. "It is…

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