Alice & Jason Voegele

Redwood City, Highschool Acres | client since 2016

Value Solutions Strategist, Google | Publisher Sales & Account Management, Disqus

What do you love the most about your neighborhood? 

The tree-lined streets and neighborhood feel. Also the proximity to both San Carlos and Redwood City!

What was your journey like buying a home?

It would go in waves- sometimes it seemed like there would be several good options at once, and then none at all. However, once we walked into our home, we knew it was a really great fit and the rest was history!

What surprised you the most about the home buying process? 

It was much more of an emotional process than we expected.

My experience working with Raziel was:

Consultive! Raziel was truly consultative during our home buying experience. He listened to our needs and wants, and would make recommendations on neighborhoods (even specific streets!) Since we were living in the city, it really helped having Raziel's initial take to help us determine if we wanted to prioritize which homes would be worth seeing. Additionally, Raziel was always available to listen to our thought process, and help us navigate the different pros and cons in various scenarios. His ability to provide advice and recommendations based on his expertise with the area and previous experiences in a logical manner was truly amazing!

What is your proudest accomplishment

Surviving childbirth :)

What was your childhood ambition?

Designing a clothing line / becoming an archaeologist in Egypt and uncovering a new treasure box.

What is your favorite hidden gem?

Marina Subs in San Francisco.

What's been your biggest challenge?

These days- getting enough sleep :)

What was your first job?

Camp Counselor.

What was your favorite movie?

Father of the Bride.

What is your favorite room in your home?

The kitchen.

What is at the top of your bucket list?

Getting an around the world plane ticket.

What organizations do you love?

The Princess Project, an organization that takes donated dresses and puts on events for underprivileged high schoolers to come in and pick out a dress for prom. It's really a sweet organization.


What is the best advice you have ever received?

From my mom: Always make time to travel- you can learn way exploring the world