With over 30 years of experience as a licensed real estate broker, Chris brings a marketer's eye to every property he lists and his keen negotiation skills for every transaction he sells.
Chris Glave grew up in Santa Barbara, California, and attended the University of California, Santa Barbara, with a background in marketing and advertising. With over 30 years of experience as a licensed real estate broker, Chris provides unparalleled buyer and seller services, often partnering with clients to remodel homes before re-selling. With top-performing expertise, it is no wonder that 95 percent of Chris' business is from repeat business and positive client referrals.
Chris' approach to real estate begins with listening and understanding his client's interests and needs, then applying his keen insights into the Marin real estate market dynamics. Chris' ability to troubleshoot, his attention to detail, his preparation of homes before they go to market, and his explanation of every step of the real estate process ensures clients are prepared for a successful transaction.
Strong community ties make Chris the go-to guy for keeping your finger on the pulse of the neighborhood buzz. A resident of Mill Valley for more than 20 years, both of Chris' children attend local public schools in Mill Valley. Chris is an active supporter of the Kiddo! school foundation that is instrumental in bringing arts and music enrichment to Mill Valley Public Schools. In addition, Chris is a member of the Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce, the Tam High Foundation, Mill Valley Little League, and Mill Valley Soccer Club. Chris enjoys many outdoor activities available in Marin, and he has run the famed Dipsea Race for many years — and the last few with both of his children. You can rely on Chris and his vast network to successfully market properties, help you find the right neighborhood, and match buyers with sellers to find the right property at the right price.
Whether you are looking for your new home in the towns of southern Marin, including Mill Valley, Sausalito, Larkspur, and Tiburon, or the northern Marin communities of San Anselmo, San Rafael, or Novato, Chris Glave can help you find the home of your dreams.
Dedication To Diversity
Chris Glave is committed to diversity, inclusion, and equal opportunity. Chris supports a growing number of Bay Area organizations, including:
Wise Choice For Girls
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