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About Me

I’ve been helping buyers and sellers of single-family homes, condos, TICs and multi-unit buildings all over San Francisco since 2002. I'm a member of the Top Agent Network, and rank in the top 2% of all agents at Corcoran Icon Properties companywide. I launched my blog in 2008, just as the financial crisis was taking hold. It's been a wild ride since. I work hard to stay on top of of our dynamic, always-changing San Francisco market so I can share useful and practical insights with my blog readers and my clients.

Here are some of the reasons you’ll want to work with me:

Experience. I’ve been selling real estate in San Francisco since 2002 and can help you navigate just about any market. I'm a highly active Realtor and am constantly tracking the market so I can give my clients context and the best advice possible.

Detailed neighborhood knowledge. Every neighborhood has its pros and cons, and I can help you figure out which areas will be the best match for you. Want to be close to public transportation? Be in an area where dog walking is easy? Make sure BART is accessible from your home? I can point you in the right direction.

High-touch customer service. I work with a select number of clients at a time, so I can provide personalized attention. I return phone calls, texts and emails promptly, and will always provide an honest opinion that is not self serving. You’ll never find yourself wondering what’s going on during any stage of your buying or selling process.

My team of resources. My goal is to assist you in making buying or selling decisions. And that means pulling in the inspectors, architects, contractors, title companies, and lenders who will play a huge role in your decision making.

Originally from New York, I’ve lived in Noe Valley since 1998. I have a terrier mix named Jackie that my partner and I adopted from the SPCA, and Jeffrey the Cairn Terrier. When I’m not working, I enjoy long walks or runs around the city, great wine and food and always make sure I have a good novel to read from the San Francisco Public Library.