Mobile: (415) 722-2812
Office: (415) 296-2206
Fax: (415) 901-1701
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Gloria Smith’s clients benefit from her nearly three decades of experience, as well as her irrepressible enthusiasm. She began selling real estate in 1987, and has since become one of San Francisco’s most respected, successful, and well-liked agents. She has extensive experience representing both buyers and sellers of many of the city’s most prominent residences. She joined Sotheby’s International Realty in 2003 in order to leverage her deep local expertise and wide referral network with the unparalleled worldwide luxury marketing capabilities of the Sotheby’s brand.
Gloria is known for providing excellent service to each and every client, from first-time home-buyers to seasoned buyers and sellers. Her greatest strengths are her negotiation skills and her ability to bridge differences which might otherwise derail transactions. Clients also appreciate Gloria’s trademark candor; she prides herself on exhibiting integrity and honesty throughout the sales process.
The core values of professionalism, integrity, sensitivity, and accountability are adhered to through every transaction by both Gloria and her team. Her dedicated marketing and support staff strives to provide clients with outstanding service and representation in every interaction.
Gloria will exceed your expectations at every turn. The majority of her business is from repeat clients and their referrals, a compliment of which she is most proud.
During Gloria’s accomplished tenure, she has received numerous awards and accolades:
- Consistently ranks in the top 1% of real estate agents nationally.
- Named in the “Top 250 Sales Teams by Transaction Volume” in the 2013, 2014 & 2015 in REAL Trends/The Wall Street Journal Top Thousand, a select list of real estate agent teams chosen from approximately one million agents.
Gloria belongs to the San Francisco Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors. She is a proud supporter of San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention, Salvation Army and Illuminate the Arts.