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R1 California.

California is where Americans from the West Coast go to fulfill their dreams. With many job opportunities and chances to become famous, the allure of the Golden State is constant. With the current housing market, many people are leaving California which gives you more choices to choose your dream house. If you are looking to buy a house in California, contact a R1 agent today.

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Southern California.

R1 Socal covers Santa Barbra county to the border. We have agents who are willing to work with you to find a house in many of the top cities such as Los Angeles and San Diego. With SoCal being the hottest real estate market in the USA, it is important to find the right agent.


San Diego.

R1 takes real estate into the future with technology, services, and affordable pricing for their agents while maintaining a family culture, the spirit of entrepreneurship, and a firm foundation of support.


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