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.
What Clients Say...
You will not find any real estate agent whose intelligence, responsiveness, experience and genuine care and concern for his clients is better than Lance Fulford. – Laurie Gottlieb
Lance and Dan are a great team and have represented us in several real estate transactions. They always make the process run smoothly and relatively stress free. They fully know and understand the market and what it takes to get deals done. We look forward to working with them again soon and highly recommend them! … read more…
San Francisco Real Estate Market Update
San Francisco continues to experience a decline in the number of homes sold, while prices continue to rise. In most every neighborhood you’ll see the median price up, number of closed sales down, and supply of inventory down. Demand is very high, and there are some homeowners who perhaps don’t want to be a buyer … read more…Read more