Dudum Real Estate Group is proud of its association with Bill Finnegan. An integral part of Dudum's dedication to excellence is the collaboration of high caliber, capable professionals. Bill certainly fits that profile. Bill began his real estate career in 1972 after graduating from U.C. Berkeley with a B.S. in Business and 2 years in the Army as an Officer. He brings to Dudum a wealth of knowledge together with 49 years experience and professionalism in the real estate industry. Bill is the rare individual that is dedicated not only to his family (wife Pam of 45 years and son Bill IV) but also to his clients as well. Bill's knowledge of the greater Contra Costa area has drawn many relocation companies and major corporations to use Bill for their important transferred executives. His work ethic, professional manner and expertise have enabled him to assemble an impressive list of satisfied clients who continue to use his services and refer him to their friends and family. Bill has earned his reputation as a high-energy, dedicated professional. Those wishing to explore Lafayette, Orinda, Moraga, Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, Concord, Clayton, Alamo, Danville, Blackhawk, Diablo or San Ramon will find that Bill can direct them to the best areas within those towns in their price range. Bill is not overly aggressive, his approach is low key but persistent, essential qualities that result in a successful and professionally crafted real estate transaction. If you are contemplating the sale of your home, an interview with Bill is a must. He will provide you with a comprehensive marketing plan with "on the money" price targets for your home. No one likes surprises in the selling process and Bill's vast experience will help you avoid even the most subtle pitfalls. Don't think Bill just sells the pricey estates (although he has represented some of the most high profile people in the area and sold some of the most magnificent estates). He excels at helping those who want to sell their homes-from the fix up stage through the merchandising process to the final close of escrow.