Buying or Selling Real Estate in San Francisco?

We’re all about supporting you, on a variety of levels, along your amazing journey of buying or selling a home in San Francisco. Why go to such lengths? Because we believe it’s really important to offer people something of value, and to give them a sense of who we are, before extending the invitation to work together.

Advocates. Advisors. Guides. Consultants. Project Managers.

These are just some of the roles we fulfill when you hire us. Depending on the situation, you could also add coaches, masterminds, cheerleaders, shoulders (to lean on), witnesses, defenders, bulldogs, and planners.

San Francisco is a unique, fast paced and sometimes crazy real estate market unlike any other in the country. To put it bluntly, it ain’t easy. Partnering with us gives you an inside view of what’s really going on in the San Francisco real estate market, expertise on how to ensure the best return on your investment, experience with multiple offer strategies, and so much more.

Not all agents are created equal. Your choice of a real estate agent to advise you, guide you and represent you throughout the process will determine the extent of your success. With so much at stake, choosing wisely is key. Our intention with this site is to make the choice easy for you. So, dive in! We have lots to show you.

What’s the saying?

You can’t swing a dead cat in San Francisco without hitting a few thousand realtors. Something like that. But as this video shows, we actually do take a different approach to our many roles. Watch it, and you’ll learn a lot in about three minutes, including:

  • What motivates us to be Real Estate Agents in San Francisco
  • The Supermarket Test of Realtor Acknowledgement
  • How we feel about our ears


If you’re in the market to buy a home in San Francisco, our special Buyers video gives tips and insights you’ll want to be aware of.


In many ways, selling a home in San Francisco is every bit as daunting as buying one. We made this video to help guide you through it.