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Acclaimed for selling many of Hillsborough's luxury estates, John Cella offers an amazing track record. His portfolio of representation, combined with influential connections in the community, make him a proven and trusted resource. Spanning 25 years and going strong, the privilege of John's career has been the quality and diversity of his clientele: from those just getting started in home buying, up to the executive ranks of companies like Bank of America, Electronic Arts, Franklin Resources, Genentech, Hambrecht & Quist, KKR, Morgan Stanley, RS Investment Management Co., Service Source, State Street Global Investors, Symantec and Wells Fargo.
As a long-time Hillsborough resident and market insider, John constantly benefits his clients with off-market information on upcoming opportunities. His expertise is honed from repeated success and brings decisive advantages to his buyers and sellers. John's areas of specialization include Hillsborough, Burlingame, San Mateo, Atherton and Menlo Park. His stalwart reputation and broad network of business contacts leverage winning outcomes for his clients.
John's portfolio includes many of Hillsborough's finest homes on the most premier streets such as Brewer Drive, Bridge Road, Brookvale Road, Eucalyptus Avenue, Floribunda Avenue and Irwin Court. In 2013, John recorded one of Hillsborough's top sales, non-MLS, by virtue of his off-market connections. He finished 2013 as the #2 producer for his firm company-wide, and #1 in the Burlingame office. Throughout his career, John has achieved at the top of prestigious brokerages from Prudential, Coldwell Banker, Cashin Company and McGuire Real Estate. John has sold over 90 Hillsborough properties ranging between $2,000,000 and $10,000,000. His sales often "define the market," as they set benchmarks for extraordinary estates in the marketplace. John's established skills in negotiating, marketing and lead generation continue to earn him a wide referral base. John's association at Sotheby’s International Realty embodies his approach to the best personal service, San Francisco-based heritage and global marketing technologies.