Sarina Dhanoa has over two decades of experience in the business, working her way from investor to a trusted, dependable agent within the Bay Area. Having spent time working in Southeast Asia for India’s largest pharmaceutical company and studying for her MBA at the University of Greenwich in London, Sarina knows better than most what a huge transition moving can be.
She first got her taste of California living when she graduated from UC Davis with a biology degree and a minor in English. After spending time traveling, Sarina found her niche among the idyllic Bay Area, with its scenic views, rolling hills, and parks perfect for families and young professionals.
Having lived in the area for more than a decade now, she has intimate knowledge of the many communities she serves, including San Ramon, Danville, Pleasanton, Dublin, and Livermore. Sarina typically works with first-time homebuyers, families, and people looking to relocate.
Her clients consider her a friend, first and foremost. Caring, dependable, and resourceful, Sarina is all about open communication and walking her clients through every step of the process. Understanding how stressful a big move can be, she works her hardest to ensure her clients are at ease.
Sarina genuinely considers aiding her clients to be the best part of the job. Whether she’s providing answers or simply offering a shoulder to lean on, Sarina believes it is her responsibility to guide each person through the process.
All of her hard work and dedication has paid off in spades for both her and her clients. She is a trusted agent in the Bay Area and has received multiple accolades throughout her tenure. Sarina was a 2018 Rookie of the Year Gold Medalist and a Double Gold Medalist in 2019. For three years in a row, Sarina was dubbed the Bay East MLS Grand Master. In 2020, Sarina was voted Best of Zillow.
When she isn’t busy with her clients, Sarina loves spending time with her amazing family, including her husband and their adorable children Kabir, 8, and Mahi, 6. She feels lucky that her husband is also her best friend, and they often spend hours chatting or listening to music together. She jokes that her husband, a physician at John Muir, doubles as her “DJ for life!”