Oakland, California (EastBayDaily) — As a resident and an experienced real estate agent of Oakland, Bruce Wagg of Highland Partners knows his community well. But his awareness is not only confined to the properties in his listings; he also involves himself in many projects that enable him to give back to the communities that have given him so much. The start of each year marks the beginning of many new and recurring projects that he supports.
"Around this time, I think about ways to give back to the community," Wagg said.
In 2012 Wagg participated in a variety of community projects, including planting a garden at Building Opportunities for Self Sufficiency (B.O.S.S.), a homeless shelter located in Ursula Sherman Village. Together with the students of Havens Elementary, volunteers worked with families residing at B.O.S.S. to harvest and replant vegetables and herbs. The project helps the shelter's current and future residents have fresh and healthy food that they can grow themselves.
The Alameda real estate agent also took part in the food drive for the Alameda County Community Food Bank, also hosted by Havens Elementary. With the collective effort of the students, volunteers and donors, the 2012 food drive raised almost one ton of canned goods that would go to those who need help the most.
About Bruce Wagg of Highland Partners
Bruce Wagg of Highland Partners offers professional real estate services in the East Bay, including Piedmont real estate, Oakland real estate and Alameda real estate services. As a resident of Oakland, Wagg specializes in homes for sale in Oakland, CA; has an extensive knowledge of the schools, transportation and shopping; and can answer questions about other determining factors that help people decide to buy a home. He has closely studied the ever-changing market conditions in real estate and knows property values well. His knowledge as a Alameda real estate agent (as well as in Oakland and Piedmont) allows him to provide the best customer service, understand a client's needs and always maintain clear communication.
What sets Bruce Wagg apart from other agents is that he also acts as a project manager for his clients. He has the expertise and abilities to manage the entire real estate process, and he continually discusses details with each client, so that each feels prepared to make these large financial decisions.
For more information about Bruce Wagg of Highland Partners, call 510-517-6280 or view him on the Web at http://www.brucewagg.com.