Suzanne Geoffrion

    Suzanne Geoffrion

    CalDRE #01878803

    Business Philosophy

    "In today's market, there are many features prospective clients can do for themselves. I concentrate on the main features clients cannot do for themselves: negotiation, information and market analysis, peer group network marketing, and merchandising. My unique combination of skills in communications, marketing, home renovation, and finance enables guidance to buyers and sellers. Whether buyer or seller, your visions and dreams are listened to and acted upon."

    ~Suzanne Geoffrion

    Suzanne completed an intensive training program through Allied Schools which emphasized the principles and techniques of real estate. Additionally, she holds The Seniors Real Estate Specials (SRESreg;) designation having successfully completed the required education course specializing in leading clients aged 50 and above through real estate transactions.

    Awards And Designations
    Suzanne Geoffrion successfully completed the curriculum and final exam and was awarded the Seniors Real Estate Specialist Designation by the SRES Council. The SRES Designation is recognized by the National Association of Realtors and addresses the mature needs of homebuyers and sellers.

    Suzanne was awarded the Coldwell Banker International Diamond Society designation in 2021 and has been on the Coldwell Banker San Francisco Bay Area Top One Hundred Sales Associates list.

    Community Involvement
    An active member of the community, Suzanne donates time and energy to support Seniors Around Town by helping provide much-needed transportation for those no longer able to drive. Additionally, she is an active supporter of Habitat for Humanity having just participated in the build at Kinsell Commons in Oakland. She is a member of Women of Impact, part of Girls, Inc. Alameda County, dedicated to empowering girls through science, technology, engineering and math.

    Personal Background
    A native and life long resident of the Bay Area, Suzanne Toner Geoffrion has more than 30 years of sales and marketing business experience exclusively in the San Francisco East Bay. For the past 20 years Suzanne Toner Geoffrion and three generations of her family, including her husband, children, mother and father, have made their home together in Orinda.

    Suzanne joined Coldwell Banker in 2010. She is a full-time realtor devoted to serving clients in the Lafayette, Moraga, Orinda area and well as the Oakland, Berkeley, Piedmont and Pleasant Hill, Walnut Creek, Alamo, Danville and Blackhawk.

    Suzanne is an accomplished advertising, promotion and marketing executive with substantial business success as Promotion Manager for KBHK-TV44 Cable 12 (now KBCW) in San Francisco. Additionally, she served as Account Executive for In-Vision Communications in Walnut Creek, one of the nation's leading corporate communications companies handling clients including McAfee, Veritas (acquired by Symantec in 2005), and Idec Pharmaceuticals (now Biogen Idec). Geoffrion also has experience in the real estate market as the owner and operator of Redoux specializing in home renovation and preparation for resale. Most recently she and her husband owned and operated Suzuki of Oakland, which sold in 2008.

    Suzanne volunteers for Girls, Inc. of Alameda County and is a member of Women of Impact. She also volunteers for Orinda's Seniors Around Town program.

    Communities I Serve
    Geoffrion specializes in residential sales in Orinda, Lafayette, Moraga, Pleasant Hill, Walnut Creek, Alamo, Blackhawk, Montclair, Piedmont, Oakland, Berkeley, and Emeryville.

    My Experience

    • Represents Sellers Represents Buyers

    My Credentials and Memberships

    • Senior Real Estate Specialst Coldwell Banker International Sterling
    • Coldwell Banker International Presidents Sterling 2015

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