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  • Danville

    The medium sized city of Danville is one of the most expensive zip codes in America. Residents enjoy extremely high end real estate and posh country clubs. Visitors flock to…

  • San Ramon

    Nestled in the center of the San Ramon Valley is the city of San Ramon, a commercially thriving mini metropolis of roughly 70,000 residents.  Popular attractions for out of town…

  • Pleasanton

    Just 25 miles east of Oakland is the charming city of Pleasanton. This opulent enclave is popular for its warm climate and superbly accessible public transportation systems. Major employers in…

  • Alamo

    With a population well above 14,000, Alamo must be one of the largest census-designated places (CDPs) in California. A CDP is an unincorporated community which has neither its own government…

  • Dublin

    For quite a few years, California’s top one percenters have been converging on Dublin, a quiet little city situated about 25 miles north of San Francisco. Among the city’s many…

  • Walnut Creek

    Located just sixteen miles east of Oakland is the suburban city of Walnut Creek, with a resident population of about 64,000. The city of Walnut Creek is popular for its…

  • Lafayette

    You can’t find a bad view in the geographically gifted town of Lafayette. Clear blue waters and green rolling hills provide a pastoral backdrop for the city’s many commercial businesses,…

  • Moraga

    Moraga is a tranquil residential sanctuary of about 16,000 people, where Redwood groves and Live Oak forests climb the hilly slopes. Favorite local activities include playing with dogs, watching sporting…

  • Orinda

    Just east of Berkeley is the posh little city of Orinda, whose 18,000 (or so) residents have a reputation for visitor-friendliness. With a quiet setting, nearby golf courses, and transportational…

  • Concord

    Just thirty miles east of San Francisco is a much more affordable alternative. More than 120,000 people in the growing city of Concord enjoy its full range of local conveniences…

  • Livermore

    Livermore was once a major farming community. Since its founding in the 1840s, Livermore has been known for its vast expanses of fertile, gently rolling hills. However, in recent years,…

  • Clayton

    Approximately five miles southeast of Concord is the artsy city of Clayton, replete with alluring gazebos, cute architectural designs and great, green parks adorned with charming sculpture gardens. Residents enjoy…

  • Pleasant Hill

    Pleasant Hill has one of the prettiest City Halls in America, with its modernized architectural styling’s, manicured green lawn, and an intricate Brise Soleil situated along the pathway that leads…