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Meet Nahal Nabavi

Nahal Nabavi not only understands that buying and selling a home is a major life event, but also knows that your home has to fit your lifestyle, both now and in the future. As a San Jose resident, Nahal is familiar with the various neighborhoods of the “Capital of Silicon Valley” and the importance of ensuring her clients are matched with not only the best home for their individual needs, but also has the schools, amenities and attractions they’re looking for.

Whether you are buying or selling your home, Nahal knows that it isn’t just a financial transaction, but one that is tied to emotions and memories. She spends quality time with her clients making sure they’re informed and guided every step of the way in order to provide a smooth, seamless and enjoyable experience.

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