San Ramon Realtor

Getting More Home Views is Key to Selling Fast

by Jason Kerner, San Ramon Realtor & Broker

Wondering how to sell your home quickly and for the most profit?  Jason Kerner San Ramon Realtor makes it simple.  His home selling plan includes a low commission rate, exceptional customer service program and an individualized marketing and promotion plan that gets your home more views than any other home on the market.  How?  It all comes down to Jason Kerner’s experience and investment in current home selling technologies.  Just take a look at:  http://www.6131YardleyLane.com .  With 14,438 social media views, 963 personal website views, 8.124 views on Zillow (Realtor.com, Trulia, etc), 3,065 “coming soon” advertising views, and 500 hand delivered property cards, Kerner Homes does what it takes to sell your home for the most profit. 6131 Yardley Ln San Ramon CA-large-001-3-Exterior 1-1498x1000-72dpi

Jason believes the sale of your home should net the highest profit possible.  Just give him a call at 925-400-7007 to discuss his rates in person.  Free home estimates are easily available at http://windemeregaleranch.com/free-home-valuation/  Just fill out the form and Jason will give you an accurate estimate based on San Ramon criteria and housing market statistics.  Jason’s estimates are more accurate and a real representation of your home sale price than any other automated system.

6131 Yardley Ln San Ramon CA-large-013-22-Family Room 1-1498x1000-72dpiJason never compromises customer service for a sale.  Just ask his past clients at https://www.zillow.com/profile/kernerhomes/#reviews and

http://windemeregaleranch.com/recommendations/.  Available 24/7, Jason supports all of your home selling needs including referrals for mortgage.  With 14 years of experience, he knows how to support and resolve your home selling needs.

Kerner Real Estate Team homes sell faster than others because they get more visibility from superior marketing and advertising programs.  It is common for a KernerHome.com property to get 10’s of thousands views from social media advertising and promotion of individual property websites.  In addition, Jason advertises through Zillow,  the Top Agent Network, and over 100 other real estate networks.  These programs and more give maximum priority exposure to all of his listed homes.  His promotion program reaches interested home-buyers in greater numbers than any other Realtor in the area.  6131 Yardley Ln San Ramon CA-large-015-5-Kitchen 1-1498x1000-72dpi

As San Ramon’s Top Realtor, Jason Kerner has built relationships with the local high quality home vendors and repair shops in the area.  Professional home stagers, landscapers, painters, photography, cleaning service, grout repair company, roofers, and more are all hand selected to work with the Kerner Homes Real Estate Team.  If your home needs a professional inspection, Jason has the contacts to get it done at reduced prices without compromising service or quality.

San Ramon Realtor Jason Kerner Community Update- FREE Street Smart Driving Program 5/9

CHP-start-smartStreet Smarts, the California Highway Patrol and State Farm have joined forces to offer our San Ramon Teens an incredible free driving program.  This event is appropriate for newly licensed drivers and future licensed drivers 15 years and older.  Hosted on Tuesday, May 9 from 7pm-9pm, a driving simulator will be available to all participants.  Parents must accompany their teens to this free program.  Details are as follows:

Tuesday, May 9, 2017: 7p.m. – 9p.m, arrive at 6:00p.m. to try the driving simulator! The program is being held at the San Ramon Valley High School Performing Arts Center 501 San Ramon Valley Blvd, Danville, CA 94526.  AT LEAST ONE PARENT MUST ATTEND WITH THEIR TEEN. THE PRESENTATION CONTAINS “ACCIDENT” GRAPHIC IMAGES, WHICH ARE UNSUITABLE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 15 YEARS OLD.

Register your teen at: http://chp-bayarea.eventbrite.com and choose the date and location from the list.  Space is limited.  Your insurance company may offer discounted rates upon completion of the Start Smart class. Please check with your insurance agent for more information. The event is FREE and open to residents of the San Ramon Valley and all other communities. For more information, visit http://www.street-smarts.com or contact us at 925-973-2581/ dpita@sanramon.ca.govdownload (4)

San Ramon Valley STREET SMARTS is a traffic safety education campaign in the San Ramon Valley.  It is a collaboration between the City of San Ramon, Town of Danville, Contra Costa County, San Ramon Valley Unified School District and the San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District.  For more information visit http://www.street-smarts.com

START SMART is a two-hour driver safety education class given by the California Highway Patrol (CHP).  The class targets new and future licensed teenage drivers and their parents/legal guardians.  For more information about the program, contact the CHP offices at 925-646-4980 or visit http://www.chp.ca.gov.

Baby Boomers: Here’s How to Sell Your Home to Millennials- Article Shared By Jason Kerner Realtor

Baby Boomers: Here’s How to Sell Your Home to Millennials

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BY BRENDON DESIMONE ON 27 MAR 2017

Shopping for a home has evolved over the years. Here’s what you need to know about the new generation of buyers.

For years we’ve seen the shift in Baby Boomers ditching their large suburban homes for the excitement of urban life. And we’re noticing the reverse from millennials: leaving behind small spaces along with the hustle and bustle of the city.

They’re open to a new world of suburban living, with single-family homes, more storage and closet space, and some outdoor space all their own.

These millennials, born between the mid ’80s and the late ’90s, came of age in a shifting cultural and social environment. Their experiences aren’t the same as their Baby Boomer parents, and as such, their preferences differ from those of their parents, who bought a generation ago.

Here are some real estate considerations to help you sell to millennial buyers. buying-your-dream-home-xlarge

Millennials are busy

Today’s young people work long hours, and they want to spend the free time they have with friends and family.

They’re also more transient than their parents’ generation. So, when it comes to real estate, many of them seek turn-key homes for quick and easy move-in. They can’t fathom taking the time to undertake renovating a bathroom or kitchen.

No matter how great the opportunity, many of today’s buyers aren’t interested in painting or “making it their own” as our parents did when they moved into homes they planned on living in for 30 years or more.

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Millennials grew up attached to their phones. They hail a car and order food with their fingertips. And now, instead of meeting at a bar, they date with their thumbs. Swipe left for the potential mate, or reject them by swiping right.

When it’s time to buy a home, their experience is much the same, thanks to smartphones and real estate apps. As a home seller, you and your agent must invest an incredible amount of time and money on your home’s photo shoot. If you don’t, you may never get a first “date” with your prospective suitor. If the buyer isn’t drawn to your photos, they’re on to the next place.

Bigger is no longer better

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In the ’80s, a McMansion with quadruple master closets, oversized Jacuzzi tubs, formal rooms, and large basements were a sign of success, and coveted by home buyers.

Today, millennials want smaller and simpler homes on smaller parcels. Bigger houses or any land more than half an acre equals more work and maintenance to these first-time buyers, accustomed to the easy life.

You can’t make your home smaller, but if you are serious about selling and want to account for this trend, your price will need to meet the market.

Location matters more than ever

Millennial buyers want the urban experience, as best as they can get, in the ‘burbs. This means homes that are walking distance to a village or town, near the train, and in bustling neighborhoods are among the most popular.

While being away from town, secluded, and with more land was a status symbol in the ’80s, it’s a deal killer today. Unfortunately, you can’t move your home to a better location — but you can adjust your price to meet the market.

If you’re a Boomer selling a long-time family home now or in the future, and the millennial is your potential buyer (think: customer), you need to adjust your mindset to meet theirs. You can’t assume that anything related to your original home search applies today. Get ahead of it, or your home may spend many months (or even years) on the market.

If you are considering selling your home in San Ramon, Danville, Dublin or Pleasanton, give Jason Kerner a call.  Jason is your local Realtor expert.  Jason may be reached at jason@nexthomeprg.com or 925-400-7007.   Visit www.KernerHomes.com for more information.

Coming Soon! 6131 Yardley Lane, San Ramon Windemere

cropped-6131-Yardley-Ln-San-Ramon-CA-large-001-26-yardley1-1500x844-72dpi.jpgComing Soon! 6131 Yardley Lane, San Ramon 94582 in Windemere. Rarely available 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, PLUS LOFT, with 2,479 square foot home. 1 bedroom and 1 full bathroom downstairs. Gorgeous hardwood floors downstairs and upgraded carpets upstairs. Gourmet kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel appliances, and upgraded cabinetry. Custom window coverings. Custom closet organizers for every closet in the house. And much more!

Call Jason Kerner for more information or to schedule a premarket showing at 925-400-7007.