Richard Donnell - DRE#01940141

Realtor

Northern / Central Valley - eXp Realty of California, Inc. CA DRE#01878277

About Richard Donnell - DRE#01940141

I have a gift, a knack, and a love helping people become successful personally, professionally, and now with owned property. In 1984 I completed my undergrad from a small Southern California University with an education in Marriage & Family Counseling. Over the years I have enjoyed using my people building background to move people forward in ministry, industry, sports, and now assisting and guiding people with their goal for a specific property or properties.

Selling or buying a home should not be complicated. Let’s keep it simple. Good information and agent education makes a difference when you need to make a good decision.

Moving people forward is more than just being “there”, it is being with you, standing for you, there beside you and working alongside you. It is helping you have clarity, simplicity with each step moving forward, and incredible ownership of each part of the Selling or Buying process. I simply (make it simple), help you sell or buy a home.

Latest Blog Posts

Purchasing a Home With No Down Payment

How to Purchase a Home With No Down PaymentThe trend in home buying has moved away from large down payments. In fact, today’s average down payment is just 6 percent, with zero-out-of-pocket

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Buying a House Before Selling Yours

Should You Buy a House Before Selling Yours?If you’re in the market for a new home, should you buy a house before selling your current home? That’s a tough call. Here are some important

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Checklist for Getting Started In Your New Home

Checklist for Getting Started In Your New HomeClosing on a new home may feel like reaching the finish line. But before you kick back and relax, take these important steps to settle into your new

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How to Interact with Your Homeowners Association!

How to Interact with Your Homeowners AssociationHomeowners associations, or HOAs, provoke strong feelings in some residential developments. Avoid conflicts with goodwill gestures such as these

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