Soufie Azarfar

Work with an honest, Hardworking Agent that knows San Jose, Saratoga, Campbell, Los Gatos, Santa Clara, Sunnyvale, Menlo Park, Los Altos, Mountain View, Cupertino, Saratoga, Milpitas, Fremont

 For many people, buying and selling a house will be the largest financial transactions of their life. A  seasoned, agressive and dedicated realtor will make this transaction as smooth and as profitable as possible. I make a point to be available to my clients 24/7.  I go above and beyond to provide an excellent service.

 My business has grown only through referrals and I am so confident that I include a cancelation clause in my contract that enables clients to cancel any time for any reason. Results are true measure for performance.

I serve  Residential Properties in Bay Area including San Jose, Willow Glen, Blossom Valley, Almaden Valley, Santa Clara, Los Gatos, Cupertino, Campbell, Saratoga,Sunnyvale, Mountain View, Los Altos, Menlo Park, Redwood City.

First time Buyers, Investment properties, Upgrades

San Jose, CA
Real Estate Market Information
Homes Owned: 191,472
Homes Rented: 135,453
Median Home Price: $830,000
Area Schools: 322
Best Score: 5/10
Average Score: 2.1

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San Jose Regional Office

1898 Curtner Avenue,
San Jose CA 95124

Service Areas

Rents are going up constantly. Purchase a property to make it your home, take advantage of low interest rates and take the tax benefits as well.

Upgrade to better homes and take advantage of tax advantages on accumulated equity up to $500,000 for married couples and $250000 for singles.

Cambrian Park
New Almaden
Redwood Est
Redwood Estates

San Jose, CA

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Closest Airport
Norman Y Mineta San Jose International
Closest College
Closest Major Sports Team
Closest Junior College

Demographic Data | San Jose, CA

Median Age: 37.41
Married: 40%
Households: 326,925


Population by Sex
511,633 Male
506,306 Female

Occupancy Types
12,700 Vacant
191,472 Owned
135,453 Rented


White/Blue Collar Jobs
60% White Collar
40% Blue Collar

Transportation to Work
91% Drive
4% Public Transportation
3% Walk/Bike/Other
2% Work from Home