For buyers, all I care about is getting you into the home of your dreams.
For sellers, my focus is selling your home for the highest possible price at the best terms.
Either way, my goal is to become your trusted advisor as we navigate the San Francisco real estate landscape together.
As a 3rd generation San Franciscan, I'm deeply committed to serving the City and helping its residents achieve their goals whether that be buying, selling, or investing in real estate here.
Many agents talk about client service, honesty, integrity or other values that make them unique. I believe those are critical components of a successful relationship, but consider them table stakes.
Here are the values our business is built on —
Transparency drives accountability — which gets my clients the results they deserve.
I'm clear in stating what I will do, then I do what I say.
Focus allows me to serve my clients with uncompromising drive and determination. It demands discipline and forces clarity. I'm able to be more productive, execute faster, and most importantly — help my clients win.
I believe part-time effort yields part-time results. My clients deserve my full attention and I pride myself on responsiveness and strong communication.
My goal is to build lifetime clients. By focusing on the long-term, I'm able to always keep my client's best interest in mind.
What's your background?
Born and raised in the Richmond district. Attended Lowell High School and the University of California, Irvine. Prior to real estate, I spent 8 years in sales and marketing roles for fast-growing companies in the Bay Area.
Why did you get into real estate?
Several reasons. The opportunity to get out from behind the desk and work more hands-on in the community. Most importantly, to help people find a home in this great City that they can call their own.
The House of Prime Rib on Van Ness.
What do you do in your downtime?
Running, reading, and spending time with my wife and daughter.
I have two -
"If you want it, you can get it."
"Successful people aren't born that way. They become successful by establishing the habit of doing things unsuccessful people don't like to do. The successful people don't always like doing these things themselves, they just get on and do them." -Don Marquis
Education, Associations and Designations
- San Francisco Association of REALTORS®
- California Association of REALTORS®
- National Association of REALTORS®
- Senior Real Estate Specialist®
- University of California, Irvine - Dual degrees in Economics and Political Science