Ryan DeAmaral - REALTOR®
Ryan DeAmaral
Meet the Agent

Twin Oaks Real Estate

Ryan is a lifelong resident of the San Francisco East Bay Area with an intensive knowledge of the local neighborhoods. After purchasing his own home in Benicia, Ryan became inspired to be a part of the real estate community. Shortly thereafter, he joined Twin Oaks Real Estate, located in downtown historic Benicia, where he executes his passion of helping his clients obtain the keys to their dream homes. Ryan's mission is to offer his clients a meticulous, sincere, and enjoyable experience when buying or selling their property.

Leveraging his experience as a small business owner, Ryan is well versed in client service, constant communication, and uses his marketing and negotiating expertise for the benefit of his clients. He believes hard work, honesty and attention to detail are the keys to success. Ryan is a member of C.A.R., NAR, and SAOR.

Ryan lives in Benicia with his wife, son, and two dogs, and enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and boating.

Twin Oaks Real Estate 231 First Street, Benicia CA 94510 510-734-7400 Ryan.DeAmaral@gmail.com
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