Buying—or selling—your home is probably the most important financial decision you will make in your lifetime.
My role as your realtor is to guide and support you in the process.
Sonoma Press Democrat, Dec 20, 2012
Who lives in Sonoma?
It may not have its own university, but it's easier to find a college graduate in the town of Sonoma than anywhere else in the county.
Nearly two in five adults in Sonoma have earned a bachelor's degree or better, making it home to the highest concentration of college grads in Sonoma County, according to new U.S. Census estimates released this month.
Not surprisingly, all those college degrees result in higher incomes. Residents in Sonoma make more money per capita than their neighbors in the county's other cities, according to the new census figures.
Sonoma County job growth outpaces rest of California, says expert
Sonoma Press Democrat, Jan 24, 2013
Jobs are being created faster in Sonoma County than in any other county in California, although growth will slow later this year, a prominent economist said Wednesday.
"Enormous progress has been made here," said Jerry Nickelsburg, a senior economist at the widely watched UCLA Anderson Forecast. "You all are outperforming everywhere else in the state."