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Saundra Allman

Saundra Allman

  • REALTOR®
  • CalBRE #01188528
  •   English
    • Fremont (Office)
      41111 Mission Boulevard.
      Fremont, CA 94539
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Licensed as a REALTOR since October 1994. I am very passionate about our Real Estate Industry and my commitment to serve your Real Estate needs and objectives.

I grew up in Fremont, California. Graduated from High School in 1973 from Washington High School. The walk from Mildred to Eggers Drive all the way to Fremont Blvd brought me to school formy Centerville Junior High School and then my graduating Washington High School. Fond memories of the Apricot Orchards in my home town neighborhood at the end of our street before the remaining MoreGlen Homes were built. My home was built by MoreGlenn, Down the street further were GlenManor Homes. The Street right behind our Mildred was Richmond and that was the boundary street for the Glenmore Homes. Fond memories of walking to SaveMart and the Glenmore Shopping center for El Patio, for the Five & Dime Store for candy with our allowance. A quick walk to the local neighborhood grocery store for groceries with mom's list. Great memories of walking to the Hub Shopping center when Montgomery Wards was there and Mervyns. More fun memories walking all the way to Lake Elizabeth with friends. I remember when Lake Elizabeth was just a little lake for paddle boating and for $3 we could paddle boat, and lay on the grass and read books with a friend. Those were the days of my childhood memories. Great memories of playing baseball at the end of Mildred before they build new homes that made the court at the end of our street with neighborhood friends. Building forts in the long wild grass of the vacant field at the end of our street until they took down the apricot orchards and built those new homes at the end of our street which are now Mildred Court and Brophy. Climbing Mission Peak always a refreshing joyful accomplishment even today. Takes me much longer to conquer that huge Mission Peak Mountain. Views of all our Silicon Valley to the San Francisco Bay are so beautiful.

Last couple of years and 2015, 2016 and 2017 are fabulous years for new construction in our Tri Cities communities. Newark, Union City, and Fremont are adding a significant number of brand new construction homes. These New Home Builders are developing many beautiful New Home Communities throughout all our Tri-Cities. Land is so scarce you do not see new homes with huge back yards, so there are still the beautiful resale home neighborhoods that offer gorgeous homes with large back yards. New Homes have much smaller lot sizes today. Because land is so scarce and more expensive today for the builders, they are desgining vertical homes. Structures with two to three levels in some communities, smaller lot sizes. Trending are more walkable communities for dining and shopping and close to public transportation systems like bart. A brand new bart just opened in Warm Springs, adding more convenience for commuters in South Fremont and Warm Springs to hop on Bart and commute for work and recreation. Central Fremont is in the process of designing Downtown Main Street. This is on Capital and State Street location of Fremont. Adding more new restaurants, shopping and high density housing. High Density Housing is the trend in many of our neighboring communities too, making the most out of very little available land left to develop. It has been referenced that we are transitioning from a suburban community to more of a urban community over the years to come. Ohonle College is expanding too, and is a beautiful two year college for you to consider your children to start their higher education after high school. For adults who just want to enrich their lives or make career changes, you will enjoy this beautiful campus.

Fremont is divided into five districts. Ardenwood-North Fremont-Zip Code 94555; Centerville- Central Fremont-94536; Irvington- Zip Code 94538; Niles ( Historical Niles) - zip Code 94536. Niles is home to the Niles Train Depot, memories of Charlie Chaplin who directed silent films in the town of Niles and had a studio there. Antiques, and charming restaurant. The feel of a small charming town that is walkable to almost every need you have.

Newark, Union City, Fremont are great communities to call your home. Job growth in Silicon Valley is on the rise. Major tech companies like Facebook in East Palo Alto is located just across the Dumbarton Bridge.
while you have EBAY, Oracle, Hewlard Packard in San Jose. Cupertinot - Sunnyvale-Mountain View are attractive for being near the new campus for Apple. Cupertino is home for LinkedIn. Google and so many more large tech companies are contributing to job growth and expansion in Silicon Valley. Fremont alone, added in 2016 40 new tech and biotech firms that moved to Fremont for their parent companies.

VTA-Bart will soon open a new Bart Station in Milpitas off Montegue 2017 and also Berryessa as well in 2017. In 2026 Bart will extend for a Phase II Extension which will extend the Bart system 6 miles from the future Berryessa Station to Santa Clara. You will be able to take Bart to Alum rock/ 28th Street in northeast San Jose and Dowtown San Jose, under Santa Clara Street. Diridon, near the Driridon Caltrain Station in San Jose and Santa Clara near the Santa Clara University. That is so exciting. Imagine your kids still living at home with you, can jump on Bart and head to the Santa Clara University for their higher education.

In Milpitas three bus routes arrive every 15 minutes and the Light Rail located across from the Great Mall arrive every 7.5 minutes. At the San Jose/Berryesa Transit Center there will be 5 buses running every 15 minutes.

  • Major Transportation Highways and Freeways are the 880; 84; 680; and if you need the 580 you can get to it from the 680 or from Foothill in Hayward. You will be guided to 580 from 880 north as well.
  • Tri Cities are like the Hub to other nearby cities. 45 minutes for a trip to San Francisco, while 45 minutes going south will take you to San Jose and Santa Clara, Los Gatos and Saratoga and a little further to Santa Cruz and Monterey.
  • 880 South to 237 will take you to San Jose, Alviso, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Sunnyvale, and Cupertino
  • 880 South to 101 North will take you to Cupertino
  • 30 to 45 minutes over the 680 to get to Pleasanton, Dublin, and San Ramon as also Livermore. Take the 680 to 580 and over the Altamont Pass and enjoy the cities of Tracy, Manteca, Brentwood, Mountain House, Antioch, Lathrop, Modesto.
  • 880 North and 580 North will take you to Oakland, Berkeley, El Cerritos, Albany, El Sobrante, Richmond, Pinole, Hercules, Rodeo and Catoti.
  • Hwy 84 will take you to East Palo Alto, Palo Alto, Redwood City and along the Peninsula to San Mateo, Burlingame to South San Francisco
One hour to the coast either way, 880 South to Santa Cruz or San Mateo Bridge to Half Moon Bay.

Considering a home in San Francisco Bay Area? Allow me to be resourceful for you providing the information and properties you are interested to sell or to buy. Knowing your home's worth or the Comparative Market Analysis to determine the home values in the neighborhood you are considering to buy are my expertise. My applications with just a click can inform you of your seller's and buyer's costs for any given property.

I sell homes of all sizes from mobile home to Estates. Residential Real Estate is my area of expertise. I sell land, and multiple family dwellings. Income property for your investment and passive retirement income. Growing wealth through real estate investments is my expertise. Guiding you through the 1031 Tax Deferral Exchange Sale. Assisting you to sell one property and facilitating the sale of your replacement property.
Condominiums and Townhomes, PUD Planned Developments. Are you moving up or Downsizing? I look forward to participating in your next real estate transaction making your dreams be your realty so you live your dreams.

Sincerely,

Saundra Allman






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