Mark Dunn

Mark
Mark is a 3rd generation Real Estate Broker with over 35 years in the business. His experience has encompassed many facets of the business starting in residential sales, then moving to Corporate Relocation as well as Management. He has gone full circle and eventually returned to working directly with buyers and sellers…his favorite part of the business.

Mark’s greatest satisfaction comes from repeat business with past clients and their continued support with referrals of their family members, friends and business associates. He takes great pride in following each and every real estate transaction from beginning to end, which has served him well over the years in this ever changing business.

Mark has embraced the technology this industry has offered him and it continues to add to the high level of service his clients have come to expect. He has always been a top producer in the companies he has worked with and now has the opportunity to work with his son and daughter to share the successes this wonderful career has to offer.

A native Californian, Mark grew up in the south bay town of Santa Clara. He served his country in the United States Coast Guard and then completed his education at San Jose State University with a degree in Finance. Mark started working with his Mother in the early years of his real estate career. He moved to the east bay in 1980 and joined Valley of California Real Estate working in the relocation field managing and selling homes of the transferred families moving out of the area. He also managed a very successful Relocation Division for Mason McDuffie Real Estate, but has smoothly transitioned back into residential sales for the past 15 years, most recently with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

Mark is an avid golfer and loves to travel. In the past decade the family has travelled all over the world including trips to Africa, South America, Italy, Ireland and Southeast Asia. These experiences have been fantastic, but always make you appreciate how wonderful life is with his family close to his home in Danville.

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