Kishore MokadaAmar bought me my first home in Menlo Park, so what some of his key strengths or basically negotiating the deal not only negotiating the deal. You give him the requirements and the location and all the important details for you. He works really hard to get… Read More

Hi, this is Ravi Renduchintala. I am a proud homeowner in the tri-valley area. Now I would like to say a few sentences about my recent of my experiences with the real estate agent Amar Amarnath of Keller Williams. Our interaction with Amar began in early January 2013. When… Read More

Hi, my name is Guy just bought a house in Menlo Park. My real estate agent was Amar. He helped us get a really good house and got a really good deal helped us a lot in the negotiation process name was a good experience. Read More

Thank Amar, for a great work. We are extremely happy, and you know this is our first time buying. We had a lot of hesitations, and one of you know doubts and other things. But you took us through all the steps very nicely, and you know every time. Read More

I’m Sindhu, manager of business intelligence at Symantec, and it’s a great pleasure to do this review for Amar, our Realtor. My husband and I started looking for homes in July 2012 and by September 2012. In just three months, we had our ideal home in our ideal neighborhood… Read More

Our homes are so much more than the houses we live in. For many, they’ve also become our workplaces, schools for our children, and safe harbors in which we’ve weathered the toughest moments of a global pandemic. Today, 65.6% of Americans call their homes their own, a… Read More

Home price appreciation continues to accelerate. Today, prices are driven by the simple concept of supply and demand. Pricing of any item is determined by how many items are available compared to how many people want to buy that item. As a result, the strong year-over-year home price appreciation… Read More

For generations, the process of buying and selling a home never really changed. A homeowner would try to estimate the market value of their house, then tack on a little extra to give themselves some negotiating room. That figure would become the listing price. Buyers would then try to determine how much… Read More

When stay-at-home mandates were enforced last year, many households realized their homes didn’t really fulfill their new lifestyle needs. An office (in some cases two), a media room, space for children to learn, a gym, and a large yard are all examples of amenities that became highly desirable almost overnight. Read More

Some Highlights June is National Homeownership Month, and it’s a great time to consider the benefits of owning your own home. If you’re thinking of buying a home, it might just help you find the stability, community, and comfort you’ve been searching for over the past year. Let’s connect today… Read More

Are you clamoring for extra rooms or a more functional floorplan in your house? Maybe it’s time to make a move. If you’ll be able to work remotely for the long-term or your overall needs have simply changed, it’s a great time to sell your house and move up. Why?… Read More

This year, Americans are moving for a variety of reasons. The health crisis has truly reshaped our lifestyles and our needs. Spending so much more time in our current homes has driven many people to reconsider what homeownership means and what they find most valuable in their living spaces. According… Read More