San Francisco is a city of diversity. Each neighborhood has a unique ambiance. When you live in San Francisco you become a part of this city, benefiting from and contributing to the vibrant community of the greater San Francisco Bay Area. When you live here “You Are San Francisco.”
Whether you are selling your home or buying one, our knowledge and passion for San Francisco and our team approach to meeting your needs make us the best choice.
If you are selling your home we will market to the right target audience and screen potential buyers based on their preferences. We’ll represent your property and the surrounding neighborhood to those buyers with a real interest in the area.
If you are relocating to San Francisco or you live here and want a change, we can help you choose a home and a neighborhood that suits your lifestyle. Do you want a condominium in Buena Vista with downtown views, a single family home in Noe Valley near shopping and the park, or a penthouse in a landmark building? We’ll help you find the right property in the right place.
Our experience and business model of operating as a team enables us to provide superior service and a better client experience. We know the neighborhoods and where you want to live. We know San Francisco.
The Ever Present Importance of ‘Staging’
Our newest listing at 4033 26th Street is a prime example of the importance of staging. The seller was motivated to act quickly a month and a half ago when she had seen a property she wanted to transition into so we put her home on the market without staging. It was on the market … read more…Read more
The Financial District
The boundaries of the Financial District are Grant Avenue east of Union Square, Sacramento and Columbus Street south of Chinatown and North Beach, and the Embarcadero, which runs along the waterfront. The district is home to the city’s tallest buildings and as you can see is bordered by some of the brightest neighborhoods San Francisco … read more…Read more
South of Market
The borders of SOMA are Market Street to the north-northwest, the San Francisco Bay to the east, Townsend Street to the south-southeast, and U.S. Route 101 (Central Freeway) to the west-southwest. It is the part of the city in which the street grid runs parallel and perpendicular to Market Street. During the mid-19th century, SOMA … read more…Read more