The current real estate market in the Bay Area is just about as
complicated and frightening a system as ever there could be. Houses can
hit the market and sell in hours, thanks to lower prices and salivating
opportunists. For the feast-or-famine nature of the East Bay housing
scene, you must have a native guide who's as tough as nails. Pamela
Schwartz can be as friendly or as hostile as you want her to be. She's
your attack dog, your crack research team, and your schmoozer, all at
once, able to get the straight dope on that old Victorian you saw for
sale in Oakland or the stucco charmer you lusted after in Walnut Creek.
Pam knows that buying and selling East Bay real estate is a discipline
of immediacy, but also one fraught with peril. She possesses a
encyclopedic knowledge of local real estate laws, so if you want her to
play rough with a seller, she can bend them to your will. She's a force
to be reckoned with, and if you really want that house, today, she's
the one to call.