America Foy, Real Estate Professional in Berkeley, California
America Foy is a top-producing real estate agent with 10+ years of experience in the industry and a lifetime of experience in the San Francisco Bay Area. America is the go-to agent for buying and selling luxury real estate in the East Bay communities of Alameda, Alamo, Berkeley, Castro Valley, Danville, Kensington, Oakland, Orinda, Piedmont, Pleasanton, and San Leandro. In addition to his expertise in high-end properties in the East Bay, America is a trusted agent in the EB-5 foreign investor program. America is a compassionate guide to foreign nationals who are looking to navigate the complex process. Too often the industry is full of misinformation and cunning sales people looking to take advantage of the client. However, America is known for his advocacy on behalf of the foreign investor. Prior to his career in real estate, America worked at NBC and spent 5 years learning and speaking Mandarin and has extensive experience working with Chinese investors. America has traveled extensively throughout Europe, Central and South America, and China but has never found a place he would rather live than the East Bay. Where else can you have excellent coffee while watching the sunrise over the ocean, ski at a world class resort in the afternoon, and then end the day in Napa Valley for wine tasting and dinner at a Michelin-starred restaurant? He loves working with like-minded clients who also appreciate the Bay Area and feels lucky that these happen to be the most innovative, creative, and progressive people in the world. If you want to get America talking about something other than real estate, try equestrian sports, travel, or anything groundbreaking that is happening in and around Oakland. A member of the board of directors of the Oakland Ballet, America believes that art is a powerful and positive way to strengthen a community. He also supports the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, the Friends of the Oakland Public Library, the Humane Society of Silicon Valley, and the Special Olympics.