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Kim Carmassi, Sales Associate

   
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
1045 Willow St San Jose, CA
Office: (408) 491-1600
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Office: Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Address: 1045 Willow St, San Jose, CA 95125 Office Phone: (408) 491-1600 Fax: (408) 280-1233 Email:
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  • My philosophy in business as well as in life is that each new day is a gift, offering new challenges and opportunities. I look forward to doing the best job I possibly can, whether for a client or for a family member or friend. I will go out of my way to treat people as I would like to be treated, and if given the opportunity, I would love to do the same for you!
  • To me, real estate is about people and relationships. Buying or selling a home can be a stressful, uncertain time in life, and my goal is to make the experience as pleasant and stress-free for the client as I possibly can!
  • Before obtaining my Real Estate License, I worked for many years with elementary school-age children, helping them to deal with school adjustment issues. This was an extremely rewarding position, and unfortunately, due to state budget cuts, the program I worked in was eliminated.
  • In 2002, I entered the arena of Real Estate, first with a Title company and then as a sales coordinator for a new homes development. Now that I am a licensed real estate agent, I am truly enjoying the challenge of helping my clients find a place where they feel completely "at home".
  • National Association of Realtors.
  • California Association of Realtors.
  • Santa Clara County Association of Realtors.
  • ReInfolink Multiple Listing Service.
  • I have lived in San Jose since the age of nine, and have resided in the Almaden Valley since 1985. My husband and I have three grown children. My interests include traveling, hiking, reading, decorating, staying in touch with old friends and meeting new ones!
  • Today is a gift . . . that's why they call it the present!

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