Working with a real estate agent team comes with many advantages. When you work with us, you get over 40 years of experience, business acumen, and an unmatched understanding of sales psychology and customer service. You also get a team of full-time professionals who are dedicated to your sale.
We have a reputation for delivering the best possible experience and — most importantly — significantly better results than our peers. Our listings sell faster, we sell more of them, and we get better prices than other San Francisco real estate agents.
Because we live, work and play in Bernal Heights, we take great pride in helping our neighbors make the most of their real estate investments, freeing them up to enjoy the people, places, and work they love. And of course, we bring the most to your bottom line and are known for being quick and efficient closers — no matter how tough or unpredictable the market conditions.
WE HELP MORE
MORE PER FOOT
THAN SF AVG.
FASTER THAN THE
FAMILIES SELL OR
BUY IN BERNAL
Black Lockett Florals is one of the latest additions to the shops on Cortland Avenue. Owner, Nicole Spence has over a decade of experience as a floral designer. Walking into her light-filled shop feels warm and welcoming. Nicole’s unique aesthetic for unusual flowers is obvious. A bunch of dried lotus flowers or banksia may catch your eye near the...Read More
Moving to a new house or even spring cleaning your closet can be a daunting task. Hiring someone to create the perfect plan of what you need and then execute it for you often feels like a luxury. As our lives get busier, everyon ...Read More
The Bay Area is infamous for magnificent views and staggering real estate prices. News organizations rank San Francisco as one of the most expensive cities in the country. Today Bernal Heights matches most of San Francisco in ...Read More
Bernalese is the latest addition to the family of shops on Cortland Avenue. It combines stylish, craftsman antique with contemporary kitchenware. Longtime Bernal residents and now proud shop owners, Matt Evans and Sean ...Read More
The demand for neighborhood restaurants is shrinking in San Francisco. The beloved independent cafe that could afford to support sustainable farms is quickly becoming a thing of the past. As consumers, we play an important rol ...Read More
In 1906 when the great California earthquake hit, Bernal Heights survived. Its glorious chert allowed Bernal houses to withstand the shake. There were very few people living around Bernal Hill before then. So there was less th ...Read More
Certain San Francisco neighborhoods are filled with parents looking to entertain kids. On any given morning you can find them pushing strollers looking for a place to relax with a latte and a pretty view. Bernal Heights resid ...Read More