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  • Belmont

    Belmont is situated half-way between San Francisco and San Jose, in San Mateo County, with a population close to 26,000. Known for its wooded hills, views of the San Francisco Bay and stretches of open space.

  • Burlingame

    If you are shopping around for a new home in a beautiful location with great public education, low crime rate and plenty of activities for the whole family, you should consider Burlingame. The small city is a suburb of San Francisco with a stellar educational system, gorgeous weather and good community.

  • Foster City

    Foster City, a recreation lovers paradise! Foster City was developed in the 1960's with recreation at the forefront. With about 19 parks made up of more than 100 acres all surrounded by an intricate and gorgeous lagoon system.

  • Menlo Park

    Menlo Park’s first permanent settlers arrived from Menlough on the outskirts of Galway, Ireland, in 1853. Two Irish immigrants, Dennis J. Oliver and his brother-in-law D.C. McGlynn, found the tree-studded pasture land reminiscent of their homeland

  • Millbrae

    Millbrae has been a constant source of growth along the peninsula for many years. Starting from a much smaller population, and experiencing steady increases for the better half of a century, Millbrae is now home to roughly 22,000 people.

  • Palo Alto

    Wide tree lined streets, numerous parks, modest homes and great schools make up the sophisticated and vibrant community that is Palo Alto. An eclectic mix of small town charm and Silicon Valley appeal make Palo Alto one of the most popular, and most expensive areas along the Peninsula.

  • San Carlos

    “The City of Good Living” as it’s known, is sure to bring about that exact feeling whether it is your first or one-hundredth visit to this charming town. Its top rated public schools and lovely downtown area make San Carlos an ideal place to settle down. There are enough shops, cafes and restaurants to keep anyone entertained.

  • San Mateo

    San Mateo is quite the city to live in and has just about everything you could ask for in a suburb: a bustling downtown with a seemingly endless supply of restaurants and shops, beautifully kept parks and a diversity of neighborhoods. The city boasts two massive shopping centers (Hillsdale and Bridgepointe),

  • Hillborough

    One of the most desirable places to live in America. Hillsborough offers homeowners fabulous schools, large private lots and incredible convenience. Hillsborough is unique in that it has no commercial zoning and thus no businesses within the town limits;