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HANS & KRISTIN STRUZYNA

Hi, we’re Hans and Kristin Struzyna, a powerhouse husband and wife team, offering a real estate experience with your success as the core driver of everything we do. We believe in building authentic relationships, exceptional advice, effective communication, and constantly striving to be the best so we can deliver the best. Our Olympic rowing background has taught us the importance of teamwork and bringing our best every day. When you put us on your team, we pull our weight and aim to win. Backed by the power of the record-setting Gunderman Group, we make your dream a reality.

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WHY PARTNER WITH US:

  • Among the top 1% of real estate agents in all of California and top 0.5% of agents in the East Bay 
  • On average, our buyers write fewer than three offers before winning, far less than the industry average
  • On average, our sellers get 27% over asking price 
  • 95%+ of our sellers get multiple offers
  • We’re backed by the best: The Gunderman Group has been ranked by The Wall Street Journal as among the most successful real estate agents and teams in the nation by sales volume – every year since 2012. In the history of the inner East Bay, no East Bay real estate agent or team has ever accomplished as much as The Gunderman Group.
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“If you value honesty above all else, Hans and Kristin can’t be beat! Thank you both for finding us our first home!”

-Simone and Quaid
ALAMEDA, CA

Serving Residential Real Estate Buyers and Sellers throughout San Francisco’s East Bay:

Alameda, Oakland, Berkeley, Piedmont, Emeryville, Orinda, Moraga, Lafayette, Kensington, and El Cerrito

“Hans and Kristin Struzyna were an amazing team who helped us buy our first home in the Bay Area within just a few weeks of engaging them. Despite our concerns that we were contacting them too frequently throughout the home search, they assured us it was a normal part of the process and took considerable time on both nights and weekends to review disclosure packets with us, make second visits to homes of interest to better assess a property, engaged additional experts to help us think through specific concerns we might have, and to thoroughly answer all of our questions.”

-Sunnia and Malachi
OAKLAND, CA

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