Jill Fusari

A dynamic and dedicated real estate professional, Jill Fusari has been representing buyers and sellers across Alamo, Danville, Walnut Creek, San Ramon and beyond for the past 14 years. Always ready to help her clients achieve their real estate goals, Jill’s years of training and education have allowed her to focus her efforts on creating effective, personalized plans of action for each and every client in order to make the real estate process effortless and enjoyable from start to finish.

For Jill, there are few things more gratifying than helping to solve a problem, negotiate a fantastic price, and facilitate an exceptional experience for her clients. An Alamo resident for 19 years, her knowledge of the local community and its real estate is unmatched. Approachable and down to earth, her resourcefulness, sharp attention to detail and expert negotiating skills are among her greatest assets in helping clients navigate the real estate process.

Jill grew up in Northern California and holds a BA degree in business and economics from UC Berkeley. As a competitive swimmer at UC Berkeley, Jill always wanted to be the best she could possibly be, which meant waking up early, swimming before classes started, and putting in countless hours week after week and year after year in an effort to reach her full potential. It is precisely this mindset and commitment to excellence that has helped Jill establish herself as an exceedingly well-respected, top-producing agent in her community.

When she’s not representing clients in real estate, Jill enjoys spending time with her husband and two kids, watching them compete in their respective sports, relaxing with friends and family, hiking, traveling and enjoying any number of the top local restaurants and wineries in her community. She is actively involved with numerous non-profit organizations, including Pledge to Humanity, Special Olympics and 100 Women Who Care.

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