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Blog Archives: July 2015

Sereno Group Announces the Addition of Alan Aoyama

July 23, 2015
LOS GATOS, CA—July 23, 2015. Sereno Group announced today that Alan Aoyama, one of the most esteemed real estate leaders in the Silicon Valley, has joined the Sereno Group Saratoga office. Alan will join Sereno Group as a Broker Associate. For over twenty years, Alan has built an impeccable reputation through his commitment to the local community, hard work, and his authoritative knowledge of real estate and the local market. “We are honored and tremendously excited to welcome Alan to Sereno Group,” said Chris Trapani, Founder of Sereno ...

Sereno Group Kicks-off the Summer by Adding a Group of Seasoned Agents

July 21, 2015
LOS GATOS, CA—July 21, 2015. Sereno Group announced the addition of several veteran Realtors across its offices in Silicon Valley and Santa Cruz County. In the second quarter of 2015 Sereno added a remarkable assembly of Realtors, featuring: Alan Aoyama, Barbara Manning, Jeffrey Crittenden, Lynne Olenak, Ron Fry, Tom Bradley, Zach King, and the Faylor Team (featuring John Faylor, Daniel Goni, Michael Lauck, and Teri Lewis). “Each of these individuals bring their own perspective, unique experiences, knowledge, enthusiasm, generosity, and ...

5 questions with ICSF speaker Chris Trapani

July 06, 2015
We caught up with Trapani and asked him five questions about his real estate philosophy: 1. What’s something about the real estate industry you believe that others don’t? We are naive about the many different tech and alternative platforms hitting the market at an ever-increasing rate and the potential for structural change as to how real estate may be transacted in the future. However, what I do know is that most of these unproven ideas are currently being founded and sustained by easy funding during the opportunist phase of the growth ...

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