The experience of buying and selling housing in the San Francisco Bay area can be daunting. Especially if you already live here, you know it can seem like the market changes by the minute. It’s not out of reach, but the right realty partnership is essential. I’ve seen behind the curtain as a buyer, seller, owner, landlord, and agent. I can help you make sense of what feels insensible because I’ve been in your shoes. I know how to make it work and how to make it real for you, too.
My relationship with my clients is the heart of my business. I’m honored that clients refer me to their friends and family and keep coming back when they’re ready to make a change. They make me feel both grateful and proud. I love the Bay Area as my lifetime hometown and I want my clients to feel as comfortable and as at home as I do.
AN INTUITIVE APPROACH TO BUSINESS
The Bay Area housing market is sophisticated and competitive. Experience in this market is critical. I make deals simple and approachable for my clients. My practice is built on integrity, transparency, and honest communication. I’ve worked hard for years to build lasting professional relationships and I will put them to work to open doors for you.
MY RELATIONSHIPS GROW
It’s important to me to learn about you. Call it the “concierge” touch. I strive to make your needs the center of any real estate transaction. It’s how we win together. Whether you’re a family deciding how to stay in San Francisco or a city dweller choosing to move across the Golden Gate, I’ll help you get there. My relationships with clients don’t end when deals close. As your needs change, I’m there to help you make the next move.
A BIT MORE ABOUT ME
I studied Art History at UC Berkeley. I have a passion for art, architecture, and travel, seeking out high design and good food wherever I go. My adventurer’s curiosity has taken me from snowboarding instructor in Tahoe, to surf and yoga retreat director in Bali. I continue to get good use out of my Global Entry.
As an San Francisco native and previous resident of both Marin and Alameda counties, I’m now raising a family and a rambunctious dog here in San Francisco, and, yes, we’re all Giants fans. My friends in the city jokingly refer to me as their “personal concierge”. I’m the one they ask when they need ideas for date night, or suggestions on which wineries to visit with out of town guests. My encyclopedic knowledge of restaurants and local adventures is at your disposal.