Linda Harrison

Linda Harrison is ranked and recognized among the top 25 agents nationwide at Sotheby's International Realty for 2012. She is a top producing real estate agent in the luxury and investments marketplace. Linda has successfully brokered properties from $16,000,000 to $500,000. Each real estate transaction is composed of clearly defined strategies developed by Linda and her team of seasoned professionals. The Harrison Team at Sotheby’s International Realty offers a full array of real estate services that can work in harmony with the client's portfolio over the long term.

Linda sits on the Board of Directors for the San Francisco Association of Realtors, the California Association of Realtors, the Chinese Real Estate Association of America, Inc., Frameline International LGBT Film Festival and SFEARN.

Linda has held various senior management posts with Fortune 100 companies in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco. The last ten of Linda’s 20 years in corporate America were with Eastman Kodak Company. Her final post held there was as Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing/Digital Imaging.

Linda's awards and recognitions include top sales producer since 2001, voted Best Realtor in San Francisco 2002 by SF Weekly, ranked the #30 Top Real Estate Team out of 20,000 with GMAC-Pacific Union 2004, Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate 2007-2009, Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS), Certified Luxury Home Property Specialist (CLHPS), Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES), and honored by Mayor Gavin Newsom, State Senator, Mark Leno and Assembly Speaker Leland Yee for leadership in the areas of affordable housing and property owner's rights.

Longtime veterans of the corporate world, Linda and her partner also share a far less buttoned-down side. 12 years ago, they left New York City and traded in their 401(k)s to open an antiquarian bookstore in Hayes Valley, a gathering place along the lines of Sylvia Beach’s Shakespeare and Company in Paris. They now live in San Francisco’s Russian Hill neighborhood because they love to hear the cable car bells and walk in the fog to find their wine or coffee, and they actively support a wide range of civil rights, arts and health organizations. The Harrison Team even enlisted clients’ help in building a Hunters Point Home with Habitat for Humanity.