San Francisco

A Colorful City Full Of History & Character

You've heard of it. San Francisco is one of the world's premier cities. The iconic Golden Gate Bridge welcomes you to the exquisite Palace of Fine Arts, which has unrivaled museums, festivals, and art. Your possibilities start with organic Asian fusion, morning-fresh seafood, and an ongoing debate about Mission Street's best burrito.

In San Francisco, you're getting a lifestyle that's tough to match anywhere else on Earth. The Ferry Building Marketplace at the foot of Market Street provides a year-round farmers' market. It's a city where you can shuffle among green space and blue views. Golden Gate Park attracts walkers, bicyclers, and museum-goers. The Embarcadero invites you for a lingering stroll along the waterfront and tempting bites to eat at bayside restaurants. San Francisco inspires its residents to dream big, whether walking in the sand at Ocean Beach or jogging along a path at Crissy Field within sight of the Golden Gate Bridge.

Where to live? San Francisco has more than 40 distinct neighborhoods, each with a unique living experience. On your deck in Sea Cliff, you can watch the fog roll in across the Marin Headlands and convince yourself you're seeing the Scottish Highlands. Russian Hill residents enjoy the passing of Hyde-Powell cable cars, dazzling urban views, pocket parks, and outstanding international cuisine. 

In SOMA, you'll find Victorian cottages, printing factories converted into luxury lofts, and tech-industry headquarters. It's a chance to live and work in a highly walkable district. Noe Valley might be the most popular for families. 

Or consider Potrero Hill, an area with single-family Victorian homes, sunny weather, and killer views. This modern neighborhood offers easy commutes to downtown San Francisco and Silicon Valley.

Whether you wish to sell a luxury home or a condo in Pacific Heights, Cole Valley, Ashbury Heights, Alamo Square, the Sunset District, Richmond District, or Noe Valley, I'm here to help guide you through the transaction. With vast local market experience and backed by Compass, a brokerage with over 40% market share in San Francisco, I have the proper insight and connections to help you make a smart real estate move in any San Francisco neighborhood.


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Favorite Features

  • The vibrant culture and diversity
  • Mom-and-pop shops and restaurants
  • Golden Gate Park and the plethora of activities
  • Architectural diversity: Victorian Mansions + modern condos 
  • Taking cable car rides towards the pier for dinner
  • Housing cost varies from neighborhood to neighborhood

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