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Buyer and Seller Resources

City Permits

City First Time Buyer/Below Market Rate (BMR) Housing

Natural Hazards Reports
(Earthquake faults, Liquefaction, landslides)

​Regulatory Safety Disclosure Pamphlets

Federal law and laws in many states mandate that sellers and landlords provide buyers and renters with booklets explaining various types of household hazards ranging from mold and asbestos to environmental and earthquake safety. Download these government booklets for FREE from the links below! 






Eye Glasses

Repair Referrals & Guides​

Repair Advice

  • Angie's list

  • Best Home Improvement Apps



  • Real Estate and Mortgage Glossary


Title Questions

  • How to hold Title


Real Estate Forms

  • Real Estate Forms


Real Estate

  • City Profiles

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Order Utilities for Fremont​


PG&E (800) 743-5000

Phone & Internet

AT&T (800) 310-2355

Comcast Cable (800) 945-2288

Dish Network (800) 333-3474

Direct TV (800) 494-4388

Fremont Broadband Provider

Water Service

Alameda County Water District (510) 659-1970

Pleasanton Water Service  

San Ramon Water & Sewer Service

California Water Service

Garbage Pick-up

Fremont - Republic Services (510) 657-3500

Paint Recycle

Paintcare - Convenient Drop-off Sites

Newspaper Service

San Jose Mercury 800-870-NEWS

San Francisco Chronicle (800) 310-2455

The East Bay Times (The Argus) (510) 661-2626

USA Today

Domestic and International Newspapers


Monster Moving

Image by Doris Morgan

Fremont Bay Area Birthing Centers

Baby Shower

Fremont 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.

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.

Build It Green

California is faced with unprecedented challenges: climate change, social inequity, and an acute housing affordability crisis. Prioritizing cross-sector collaboration as we reimagine the way homes and neighborhoods are built will enable us to address these interconnected challenges while also advancing equity, community health, and ecological well-being.

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