Expertise, strategy and professionalism are central to Anna Bellomo’s real estate practice, but it is her extensive knowledge of the local housing market and deep ties to the community that have helped propel her into the top one percent of Berkeley Realtors® by volume. A trusted advocate and guide for more than a decade, Anna is highly attuned to clients’ needs and always keeps their best interests at heart. As the founder of District Homes, she is a proud small-business owner leading a strong and diverse team.
Anna knows the East Bay and its many neighborhoods inside and out. She also knows other local agents and how they work, and is an expert in offer strategy. Well respected by clients and colleagues alike, Anna brings commitment, warmth and a sense of humor to every relationship and transaction. She has also cultivated a network of local resources and can connect clients with excellent service providers for every need.
Most importantly, Anna offers a rare combination of know-how, enthusiasm, responsiveness, and attention to detail that lead time after time to successful transactions and delighted clients.
A true person of the world, Anna grew up in Spain and graduated from law school in Barcelona. She forged a successful career in European corporate affairs and international banking before moving to California in 2005. Her varied professional roles across cultures have honed Anna’s superb people skills, as well as her fluency in English, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, and Catalan.
Anna has served on the Board of Directors of the non-profit Livable Berkeley, the Oakland/Berkeley Association of Realtors®, and the California Association of Realtors®. She was a City of Berkeley Commissioner on the Status of Women. Through this work, Anna has developed a deep understanding of the real estate landscape, enabling her to provide invaluable advice to clients at each stage of the home buying or selling process.
Anna lives in Berkeley with her husband, a Cal professor, and their two daughters, who attend Berkeley public schools.