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Omid Larijani

Real Estate Expert

Omid Larijani


Omid first began his real estate career at a mere 19 years old, becoming licensed after attending De Anza College in Cupertino. He went on to found a successful mortgage company and has a strong background in sales, marketing, and business management. Omid’s additional experience includes helping sales and marketing startups expand into multiple states, running a door-to-door sales team, and leading a business that was named one of Inc. Magazine’s 500 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the Nation for three years in a row.

Now working in the industry as a full-time agent, Omid brings his well-rounded background in real estate sales and extensive knowledge of loans, mortgage options, creative marketing, online advertising, and expert sales negotiation techniques to his clients. Omid understands that buying a home is often the largest financial transaction his clients will make. His goal is to provide his clients with the knowledge to make informed decisions as they navigate the dynamic real estate market and broaden their awareness of the many opportunities available to them.

Omid is dedicated to his clients and derives great satisfaction from helping them make their real estate dreams come true. He grew up in both Iran and Germany, and his family eventually settled in San Jose, California. Having lived in the Bay Area for over thirty years, Omid has an expert understanding of local neighborhoods and schools. His global upbringing instilled a deep sense of tenacity: He understands that hard work pays off, and that successful relationships are founded on mutual trust. Committed to partnering with each client in an upfront, compassionate way, Omid prides himself on offering a caliber of service that’s frequently referred.

In his spare time, Omid enjoys watching movies and soccer games, volunteering, going to the beach, exploring new cities, and has a passion for self-development and personal growth.

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