Representing both buyers and sellers, we have helped broker the sale of all manner of homes from condominiums to large estates. We have sold homes all around the Bay Area, especially neighborhoods like Fremont, Pleasanton, Golden Eagle, Danville, San Ramon, Los Altos, Los Gatos, San Jose, and San Francisco.
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About Joseph Sabeh, Sr.
Joseph Sabeh, Sr was a pillar of the Fremont community. He strived to provide excellent customer service combined with outstanding salesmanship. He came to the US in the 1960’s and began as a factory worker. Once he became a foreman, his boss had told him he should consider real estate. After starting part time in Real Estate , he left his factory job and joined Good Real Estate with Bill Aboumrad Senior. It was there that he began to become a household name in Fremont and his success grew overnight. He set a record in one year achieving 52 listings simply from door knocking which defined his pure hard work morale.
It grew to prominence when he began to cater and sell to the high end clients and developed an affinity to appeal to the higher end. Some of his famous clients were Al Bernardin, the inventor of the Quarter Pounder and Sam Harrosh , the founder of Tri City Sporting Goods among others. These are but a few of the prestigious names not including many high tech CEOS who would eventually become part of his extensive client book over the years. This was after he left Good Real Estate and began with the Property Professionals and again exceled in sales wining many SACAR real estate awards and topping the $20,000,000 mark multiple times. Wanting to set himself apart even more, he decided to become a Broker and start his own Brokerage in the late 1980’s. He named it “Executive Homes Realty”.
It was here that he cemented his affiliation with the luxury homes market and would establish a name and reputation for being the very best. He also was a giver to education and put in countless hours to the Harker School as a board of directors member. His commitment to bringing donors to the school was a constant validation in his belief in education and his way to show support as well. He always put his family first and was a role model to his children and relatives. Last, but not least, he was a devoted husband and was happily married for over 35 years.