Buying or selling a home is like buying or selling a work of art--your goal is to balance quality, taste, comfort and price. You want to be passionate about the end product, but recognize that the process can be confusing and frustrating. I work diligently to help guide you through the process, allowing you to remain focused on your goals.
I help you paint a picture of the possibilities, while acknowledging the realities of the market place at any given time. Together we will think creatively about the process, whether it is exploring unfamiliar neighborhoods or staging your property, so that your purchase or sale is a true reflection of what you hope to accomplish.
Like a practicing artist, I pull together all the materials needed to get started. Like a thoughtful curator, I help to organize the process and manage it from beginning to end. As an experienced Realtor, I work hard to make each step as understandable and seamless as possible, so that you are ecstatic about the outcome!
I am a former museum curator with a love of architecture and space. I also recently remodeled my own home--from the studs out--and have a deep understanding and respect for the Planning and Building Departments in San Francisco. Likewise, I love the details of remodeling, having gained an intimate knowledge of finish materials, from hardwood to tile to to light fixtures to hardware.
I have lived in San Francisco since 1993, first in Pacific Heights, then Russian Hill, and now Telegraph Hill.
SF Synergy BNI
"Givers Gain" this Wednesday Morning! Reaching Out Is Recommended:Relationships are important to us and we'd love to chat with you a little before you visit. This is the first step in developing the relationships that get referrals! Confirm There Is An Opening For Your Profession With SF Synergy:Please RSVP/email Abby Kiffer or Wade Pitts to confirm that we have an opening for your business in our group. BNI provides an exclusive networking experience by assuring only one member of each specialty is allowed membership in a group. Arrive Early:We want to get to know you before the meeting starts promptly at 7:00. Attendance Costs:$25 includes breakfast. When you become a member, monthly dues are $90. Parking: Street parking free until 9am Bring Business Cards! Anything Else You Want To Know?Email or Abby Kiffer or Wade Pitts. See You Wednesday!
Yup, I'm still trying to get you up and at 'em early in the morning. It really has been great fun, and while Moe is exhausted afterward (Yay!) I actually find that I have more energy. Go figure. The weather is supposed to be great all week. Let's take advantage of it as much as we can (because who knows what's around the corner). We'll head off down West Pacific Grove, then take the road past Karen's Berries to the secret little path that takes us around Paul Goode field (bathrooms/water station). Then up to the ecology trail- we can detour to inspiration point if the sky is clear- to the connector path that takes us to Lover's Lane. We'll follow Lover's Lane to the Wood Line installation which will bring us back to West Pacific. About 1 1/2 hours, depending on how much we dilly-dally. Enter the park through the PRESIDIO AVENUE GATE. Almost immediately, you will see a road on the left-hand side. This is West Pacific. After the first turn you will see a turn out where there is room for several cars. Park there. Remember, we always keep dogs on leash in parking areas or crossing roads. No exceptions. The rest of the walk is off-leash, but safety first.I'm probably not bringing Moe. I'll most likely bring Axl. He's a good guy, but young and not used to a group, so he'll be on leash (also, he doesn't really listen) He walks faster than Moe, but then who doesn't. So come join the early birds. No promises, but we often go for coffee and donuts after the walk...
Economic Round Table of San Francisco
Dan Nelson, Executive Director of the San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority, Stated the following in response to Governor Brown declaring a drought emergency.) “We commend Governor Brown’s action today of declaring an emergency drought, said Dan Nelson, executive director of the San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority. California is facing an extraordinary water supply shortage that has crippled food production on hundreds of thousands of acres of farmland in the San Joaquin Valley. Our reservoirs are at record lows and the lack of precipitation has raised the situation to a critical level for farmers who grow fresh fruits, vegetables and nut crops for consumers in California and around the world. The impact of the drought will have a deep effect on farm jobs and the associated businesses that depend on a healthy farm economy. Today’s drought declaration will provide a measure of short term relief but long term solutions to California’s water supply reliability problems are needed.”
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