KW Peninsula Estates
KW Peninsula Estates
Rachel Chao, KW Peninsula EstatesPhone: (415) 350-5814
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About Rachel Chao

Rachel Chao

Rachel started her real estate career in 2002. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting at San Francisco State University. From an entry-level accountant position, she quickly worked her way up to Director of Accounting at a division of a Fortune 500 company. The business & finance skills that Rachel developed as Director are well-suited to the tasks of a Realtor working in today’s quick-moving market. Rachel is hard working, focused, and dedicated to excellence. Her enthusiasm and professionalism has resulted in a clientele that returns for service.

“Real estate is all about RESULTS.” My job is to ensure that my clients get what they want – at the best possible price.”

Rachel speaks fluent Mandarin-Chinese, Taiwanese, & English. She earned her Certified International Property Specialist designation in 2017 which expands her network to the international markets for her global Seller and Buyer.

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Posted on 01/19/2020
Home Buying Timeline: How Long It Takes to Buy a Home
Do you ever wish that they taught a class in high school called, “Things You’ll Actually Need to Know In Life?” You’d learn how to prepare your taxes, what investing is, and how to buy a home. Unfortunately, all of these important life lessons tend to be self-taught; you pick them up along the way and learn from your...
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What to Do When a Buyer Makes a Low Offer On Your Home
Posted on 01/12/2020
What to Do When a Buyer Makes a Low Offer On Your Home
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Tips on Building the Right Potting Bench for You
Posted on 01/05/2020
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Common Homebuying Problems and How to Address Them
Posted on 12/29/2019
Common Homebuying Problems and How to Address Them
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