What Buyers Need to Know

Buying a new home can be a stressful endeavor. It’s natural to feel worried about making sure you find the right home for yourself. Especially in todays competitive real estate market.  Here at Front Porch Realty Group we start by listening to your wants and needs to find you your perfect new home.

If you are looking to purchase a new home in Marin County, San Francisco or the East Bay or North Bay, Front Porch’s experienced real estate agents will help you find the home that’s perfect for you and your family.

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Current Market Conditions

Our REALTORS are keenly aware of the pulse of the market. We are on top of current listings, pricing, and competition.

Local Community Knowledge

Front Porch Realty Group is intimately aware of the nuances of the different neighborhoods in which we work.

Access to Pre-Listing Inventory

Knowing what's coming on the market gives you a leg up on the competition. We can get you access before the listing hits the market.

Attention to Detail

We provide prudent and professional counsel throughout all stages of the home buying process.

Personal Connection

Our mission at Front Porch is to deliver each client the highest level of personal attention and care.

Team Approach

The Front Porch Realty Group philosophy is one of collaboration and thus, one of our team is always available to you.

We’re here to partner with you.

Listening to our clients needs, and creating lasting relationships with our clients are the foundation of who we are. Whether you’re a first time home buyer or a real estate savant, we will walk you through the entire process. From home search to escrow and beyond. Front Porch Realty Group is more than a real estate agency, we’re a family. As a result, our real estate agents aim to build lasting relationships with all of our clients well beyond the closing of the deal.

“If you want a Real estate agent who has a great reputation and can get the job done, Yoko is your Real Estate agent. Seriously, if it weren’t for her professionalism and assertiveness, we wouldn’t have been able to get this house.”

Joanne and Richard Engebrecht