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Raeanna Reudy

Raeanna Reudy
Raeanna exemplifies a genuine enthusiasm for her clients, a vast knowledge of the San Francisco Bay Area real estate market, and an innovative approach to marketing. Raeanna was raised in Burlingame CA, graduated from Saint Ignatius College Preparatory in San Francisco, and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from Santa Clara University. She has a unique experience living and attending schools throughout the Bay Area. That along with her family’s three generations in real estate and construction has given her a personal knowledge of this market dating back to her childhood. Prior to Raeanna’s real estate career she worked in technology sales for a publicly traded company in downtown San Francisco. Her dynamic negotiating skills combined with a priority to provide her buyers and sellers the highest level of service gives her an innovative approach. Raeanna is dedicated and passionate in every aspect of her life. Whether you are a first-time buyer or a long time homeowner considering a sale, Raeanna’s goal is to achieve results above her client’s expectations. Her natural ability to help people and genuine enthusiasm for her client’s satisfaction ensures they always have an advocate on their side. In her spare time Raeanna enjoys taking advantage of all San Francisco has to offer with fitness classes, new restaurants, and spending time with family and friends. Raeanna supports various local charities to help San Francisco Youth as well as the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
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