Daniel Soto is a great listener, a great communicator, and a very detail-oriented person, the three most important qualities in a Realtor. Daniel will pay deep attention to all your individual needs and make certain that he understands the relevant details of every home and every client.
A resident of Berkeley since 1993, Daniel loves neighborhoods and their houses, irrespective of condition, age, and style of architecture. He especially enjoys walking around Berkeley and looking for the potential in all homes, possessing an excellent innate sense of how to fulfill that potential.
An outdoorsman and rock climber for most of his life, Daniel is married and the father of two young children, for whom he was the main caretaker for the first two years of youngest child life. As anyone knows, raising children teaches many virtues, and the art of patience is one that Daniel has learned in spades! As a Realtor working with Abio Properties, he is looking forward to employing all his skills in helping his clients make their home-selling and home-buying experience as stress-free and successful as can be. El habla Español.
Daniel Soto is one of those rare real estate professionals who is attentive, client-friendly, thorough and effective. He guided me every step through the home purchase process, from effectively viewing the property with the sellers and their agents, submitting a quality offer, and taking care of covering all aspects of the purchase and closing process. Daniel was there for me from my first property visit beyond closing to helping with property repairs. I recommend him highly to anyone interested in buying or selling a property in the East Bay.
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