Eric H. Wong
Eric H. Wong Realtor DRE# 01358829 Telephone510-469-7363

Eric Wong was born in San Francisco. He went to grammer school in Corte Madera, high school in San Francisco, and he earned a BA in English Literature at Cal Berkeley. Eric has lived in London and traveled through Europe, Northern India and Southeast Asia, but he has always returned home to the Bay Area. He now lives in El Cerrito.

Eric was trained as a baker, and has worked in many restaurants and bakeries in Berkeley and Oakland. He was also a member of Berkeley’s Cheese Board Collective for 6 years. In 2002, Eric found his calling, Real Estate.

Eric is passionate about the goals and needs of his clients. It is important to him to bring understanding and control of a complicated process to his buyers and sellers. Eric brings a high level of service to those who work with him, always open to any question, always the advocate for his clients. Eric is a skilled negotiator, and is commited to cutting edge technology.

Eric is well respected in the local real estate community serving on the Board of Directors of the Berkeley Association of Realtors and at the regional level on the Board of the East Bay Regional Database. 

  • 2014 Realtor of the Year Berkeley Association of Realtors
  • Oakland Berkeley Association of Realtors Board of Directors
  • 2015 - 2016 Co Chair OBAR Young Professionals Network

Exceptionally loyal clients, personal referrals, repeat business and a winning strategy form the core of Eric’s real estate career.

Please contact Eric anytime, without obligation, with any of your real estate questions. Make Eric the key to your real estate dreams.

Eric's ideal client is a client who is open to new ideas and possibilities. He brings a lot of experience and understanding about the local real estate market and is able to help his clients in a highly competitive market, putting them in a position to make a winning offer on the house they want to purchase.

"There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure." - Colin Powell


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