Mark Kennedy

Recognized among the top 1% of Danville and Contra Costa county agents, Mark Kennedy knows that real estate is about more than just square footage, style, location or even price; it’s about finding that special place to enhance your lifestyle, raise a family or simply call home.

A licensed agent for nearly a decade, Mark proudly represents clients across Danville, with a focus on the Greenbrook community, where he is approaching seven years as the neighborhood’s listing specialist and top performer. Known for his unrelenting approach, sharp attention to detail and commitment to exceptional results, Mark is passionate about guiding his clients through the transaction process and helping buyers find the perfect home.

Before becoming a top-producing real estate agent, Mark spent ten years as a news anchor and investigative reporter. As a result, he brings a fearless, can-do attitude to every transaction, noting that ‘lights, camera, action’ often doesn’t compare to the intensity of helping a client navigate their way through the biggest decision of their lives. Having gotten his start in real estate during the market crash in 2009, Mark learned the virtues of patience and persistence quickly, successfully closing 20 deals during his first year in business and meeting or exceeding that number every year since.

Mark grew up in Danville and graduated from Monte Vista High School and University of San Francisco. He is a proud member of the community with his wife, Brooke, and two sons, Chase and Carter. When he’s not representing clients in real estate, he loves spending time with his family, taking his boys to the park, riding bikes, and fitting in a weekly round of golf.

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700 Sinnet Court 94526 SL19-11004


Exquisitely reimagined on a cul-de-sac with a fabulous flat front and backyard. The perfect blend of farmhouse with modern high-end finishes, wide plank hardwood flooring, recessed lighting, designer tile, and colors. An open floor that incorporates a gorge...

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