Patrick Williams & Associates
Cheryl Patrick Williams, Patrick Williams & AssociatesPhone: (707) 280-8349
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Cheryl Patrick Williams

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About Cheryl Patrick Williams

Cheryl Patrick Williams

Cheryl is a native of San Francisco and resided in Sonoma County for over 20 yrs. She now resides in the East Bay with an office in Walnut Creek. A licensed Professional Chemical Engineer for the state of California, Cheryl loves solving problems and finding solutions. And she brings these skills to her Real Estate business. 

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What Clients Are Saying

I first contacted Cheryl in early 2017 when I started looking to buy a single-level townhouse in a complex with a pool in the Lamorinda/Walnut Creek/Pleasant Hill area. No sooner the "real estate season" started, she guided me through the steps, from the very basic. I was coming from a foreign  country, totally unfamiliar with the home buying/selling process in the US. Cheryl understood what I wanted and made herself available to take me around in my search for a needle in a haystack, given the low low low inventory available during the months of March through May. She helped me with comps and advice on how to assess property value. In the crazy market of skyrocketing prices we lost a couple of bids before we nailed the final one in late May, but Cheryl was patient, supportive and helpful throughout my home hunt. I highly recommend her as a buying realtor.

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We have been working with Cheryl for over 10 years on various real estate deals. She is one of the nicest people you will ever work with. We are very fortunate to have worked with her over the years. As a buyer, it's hard to have an agent who's not an area Agent. On many visits to homes in  Castro Valley, Oakland Hills and Hayward, the first thing agents asked us, was who was your Real Estate agent, and in the same breath say, if they are not from around here, we will not work with them. We did use them, nor did we buy the house where we felt uncomfortable. I didn't think that should be the case. If you as a buyer have a strong team of real estate agents, loan brokers and etc, you should use them instead of someone who you are not familiar with. In today market, your strong team will get the deal done! Cheryl is as cool as they come and will break through those clicks and advocate for you to get you the house of your dreams. She did that for us. I'm sure the agents in our deal will be sending her Christmas cards for years to come. We will no doubt work with her in the future. Thanks again Cheryl!

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Posted on 08/18/2019
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Posted on 08/11/2019
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6 Home Improvements to Avoid
Posted on 08/04/2019
6 Home Improvements to Avoid
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Creating a Working Budget for the Family
Posted on 07/28/2019
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