Raylene Khan, a Silicon Valley resident since 1982, is one of Christies International Real Estate - Sereno's founding members. She is fulfilling a longtime goal of helping to create a real estate brokerage that echoes the Valley's rich real estate history. Raylene has been a real estate veteran every since beginning her career in Los Gatos in 1995. Raylene became the manager of Coldwell Banker in 2003 where her team was recognized as one of the top producing offices in Northern California in sales volume and overall performance. Raylene specializes in Real Estate sales, Relocation and contract negotiations for residential and commercial properties in Silicon Valley and the surrounding counties.
For many people, home is the most important and most valuable asset in their lives. Raylene understands your expectations, concerns, and interests, and carefully handles your real estate affairs as if it were our own. Raylene’s personalities are of the highest level of integrity, patience, and courtesy, and she is committed to provide professional full services of buying or/and selling a home, maximizing your interests in the transaction.
Selling Real Estate, Raylene has been a high producing real estate agent every since she won Rookie of the Year honors her first year in the business. Raylene prides herself on her outstanding communication skills, empathy and nurturing attitude. "I've built many relationships on a foundation of trust, integrity and a desire to serve." Raylene's two daughters, Mary and Maira, believe her clients are like her family. "I enjoy searching for the perfect home for my clients, and I have the desire to go the extra mile it takes to meet my clients expectations." In the year 2000 Raylene earned the "Top Selling Agent" award in the Los Gatos branch for representing the highest number of Buyers by dollar volume in transactions and has been rated as one of the Top 5% of sales agents in Silicon Valley. Raylene believes her continued success is due to her personal relationships with her clients and her community involvement.
Outside of her commitments at CIRE - Sereno, Raylene takes her community involvement very seriously. She served as the Peninsula Pop Warner Cheer Commissioner and a board member. She coached Los Gatos High Schools Nationally ranked competition cheer team for 12 years. She is a member of the local Lions Club which raises money for the blind and sponsors the Los Gatos Children's Holiday Parade that has had more than 50 years of success. Raylene has completed more than 20 years of involvement with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society raising money to find a cure for blood cancers. She is also a sponsor for Girls on the Run, an organization that educates and prepares girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living. Raylene has taken a very active role in the efforts of Habitat for Humanity, building homes for those that have difficulty buying homes on today's market. Toys for Tots, Operation One Warm Coat, Operation Reindeer, Build a Box and feeding the homeless are annual holiday programs Raylene serves.
Prior to entering real estate as a single mother, Raylene worked in the emergency room at El Camino hospital in Mountain View. It is her work in the medical field that honed her life skills dealing with people in some of the most adverse situations.