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Armario Venema Homes Real Estate/Residential

459 Main Street
Pleasanton, CA 94566
(925) 413-6544
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Our office is located at 459 Main Street in the heart of Historic Downtown Pleasanton, at the corner of Rose and Main Street.
We are full time Realtors with flexible schedules. Call us and let's set up a time to meet.

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Deanna Armario Liz Venema

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Top producing real estate partners at Keller Williams Tri-Valley Realty with in depth knowledge, experience, & expertise in the luxury home market. Representing buyers & sellers with integrity and care. DeAnna and Liz lead a top producing real estate team with total sales volume topping $390 million and with an average sales price of over $1.4 million. Among the top 1% of Realtors nationwide, they believe in positioning, marketing, and negotiation. They continually strive for their clients to be in a position of success at all times. Recipients of the prestigious Triple Platinum Award at Keller Williams Realty, DeAnna and Liz have mastered the art of connecting people to each other and the properties they call home. Contact them to experience the difference between ordinary and extraordinary.

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