Renee Parsons Adelmann
Manager & Owner

Renee is the owner and manager of Gold Country Modern Real Estate. Please feel free to contact Renee with any feedback as to how our company can better serve you. Renee would be happy to connect you with the best agent for your needs in order to get you stellar local real estate service. 

Renee Parsons Adelmann was born and raised in Amador County and attended the public schools K-12th grade. Renee now resides in Marin County with her husband and two children. She is a top real estate agent in Marin County, a hockey mom/team manager, a room-parent, and she runs four successful top Bay Area real estate brokerages with her husband Barry which include:

After being asked to consult friends and relatives in Amador County on their real estate investments she became tired of the old way that real estate was being done in her home county so she decided to open up her own local brokerage in order to bring higher quality marketing, extensive internet savvy, social media use on many platforms, high service standards, and use of the latest and greatest technology to the local Sierra Foothill real estate market. She believes that bringing a local boutique real estate company with corporate discipline to Amador County is just what is needed to bring the best to her company’s clients.

Current Homes for Sale
Upcountry
City # Price Range
Pine Grove 22 $15k - $799k
Pioneer 35 $24k - $1.3m
Volcano 8 $225k - $1.0m
Down Country
City # Price Range
Fiddletown 12 $235k - $1.1m
Ione 38 $110k - $965k
Jackson 38 $89k - $1.3m
Plymouth 11 $350k - $3.0m
Sutter Creek 21 $159k - $1.5m
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Should I Wait Until Next Year to Buy? Or Buy Now? [INFOGRAPHIC]

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