Coldwell Banker California Client Development Group offers a wide array of services to people moving into our market area and to anyone who is moving to another part of the country. Through our strong national broker network, we assist families relocating between any two cities in North America, free of charge.



  • Help newcomers to get a better perspective on a large area by counseling them on home prices, community information, commute times, schools, entertainment, and much more.
  • Supply a free customized area relocation CD and a “E Neighborhood” Community Profile.
  • Coordinate area tours for individuals or corporate transferees who are moving into a new area.
  • Act as a resource to our incoming transferees for every aspect of their relocation, from initial contact through close of escrow.

When moving to a new community it is hard to know where to go for answers to all of your questions. Our relocation counselors are always available to help you through all phases of your move. Please make use of all of our online tools and contact us for anything you might need. This is our hometown and we can't wait to welcome you!


We can be reached at:

Coldwell Banker Northern California 1.800.733.7356

Coldwell Banker Southern California 1.800.833.7356

Click here to contact a Relocation Counselor or request a relocation packet


Concierge: Our complimentary Concierge Service connects you to many services and special savings for people on the move. Service providers have already successfully met the needs of a very discriminating group - our own agents and clients - so we can recommend each of them to you with confidence. Click here  to find out more about Concierge.

Utility Hook-up

CalConnect Utility Hookup available through our Concierge Service so you can order utility hookups, local, long distance and wireless phone service, cable, internet access, satellite, newspapers, magazines, movie rental, bottled water delivery and much more.


Government Sites

Official California State Web Site

Search for official City Web sites, at the League of California Cities

National Parks in California

California State Parks


California State Facts

State Capital: Sacramento

Population: 35,484,453 (July 2003)  

Land Area: 163,707 square miles

Largest City: Los Angeles

Highest Point: Mt. Whitney (14,494 feet above sea level)

Lowest Point: Death Valley (282 feet below sea level)

Admission to Statehood: September 9, 1850 (31st state)

Coastline: 840 miles

Border States: Arizona, Nevada, Oregon

State Nickname: Golden State

State Motto: Eureka (I have found it)

State Song: I Love You, California

State Bird: California Valley Quail

State Flower: California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica)

State Tree: Coast Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) and Giant Redwood (Sequoia gigantea)