About John

john_kingPersonal Philosophy:

Selling or purchasing a home will most likely be the largest investment decision your family ever makes. You need to feel confident that the choices you make are the right ones. I take extra care to not only provide you with complete information and detailed options, but to work closely with you through the decision-making process. My counseling expertise will ensure that you feel good about the decisions you make, and that your transaction is a positive and rewarding experience!


  • Nearly 30 years of experience on the Peninsula and Silicon Valley
  • Co-owner of Keller Williams Realty Palo Alto/Menlo Park offices
  • President and owner of Alhouse-King Realty, Inc. for 16 years
  • Member of the SILVAR, CAR and NAR
  • Graduate, Realtors Institute, GRI, designation in 1993.
  • Certified Real Estate Brokerage, CRB, awarded in 1995.


  • Past Secretary/Treasurer, Palo Alto Board of Realtors
  • Board of Directors, Palo Alto Board of Realtors- 1992 to 1993.
  • Finance Committee, Palo Alto Board of Realtors, 1989-1994.
  • Governor representative to the R.E. InfoLink
  • District Chair for the Palo Alto District of SILVAR for 2002
  • Board of Directors of SILVAR 2000-2003


  • Chair of the Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce
  • Current Member and Past President of Palo Alto Kiwanis
  • Board of Directors, Neighbors Abroad, 1994.
  • Member First Lutheran Church
  • Board of Directors for Palo Alto Historical Association


Stanford University, 1984. B.A. in Economics.

John W. King

Keller Williams Realty Palo Alto
505 Hamilton Avenue, #100

Palo Alto, CA 94301

Visit my website: http://www.johnwking.com or email me

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