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Basic Home Services

Ordering Basic Services
(800) 743-5000
(800) 310-2355
Comcast Cable
(800) 945-2288
Dish Network
(800) 333-3474
Direct TV
(800) 494-4388
Real Estate

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Water Service

Alameda County Water District (ACWD)
(510) 659-1970
Pleasanton Water Service
San Ramon Water & Sewer Service
California Water Service

Monster Moving
Moving Tips
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Real Estate Forms

Real Estate Forms

Garbage Pick-up

Fremont – Republic Services
(510) 657-3500
Newspaper Service

San Jose Mercury
San Francisco Chronicle
(800) 310-2455
The Argus
(510) 661-2626
USA Today
Domestic and International Newspapers
Vacation Rentals

Kauai -Vacation Rentals

Lender Customer Service

Bank of America
(800) 285-6000
Chase Home Mortgage
(800) 631-5946
Chase Home Equity
(888) 765-2849
(800) 283-7918
Fremont Bank
(510) 795-5795
GMAC Mortgage
(800) 766-4622
Wells Fargo
(877) 937-9357

Bay Area Activities

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Beach California

Bay Area Birthing Centers

Alta Bates Summit Medical Center


Castro Valley
Eden Medical Center

Washington Hospital

Kaiser Permanente

Mountain View
El Camino Hospital

Redwood City
Kaiser Permanente

San Jose
Good Samaritan Hospital

San Ramon
San Ramon Regional Medical Center

San Francisco

Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital

Walnut Creek
Kaiser Permanente

Green Resources

GreenPoint Rated

Useful tools and resources on how to improve your home and the products to use when building or remodeling your home.

Cool California
Resources to help all Californians reduce their environmental impact and be part of the climate change solution.

Earth 911
Information about recycling and other green products. Good source of how-to articles as well.

Institute for Market Transformation
A non-profit organization that promotes energy efficiency, green building and environmental protection in the United States and abroad.

The Value of Green Labels in the California Housing Market
This “is the first study to provide statistical evidence that, holding other factors constant, a green label on a single-family home in California provides a market premium compared to a comparable home without the label.”

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