The Brokerage Your Realtor is at Matters
In the case of Pacific Union, I chose a brokerage known for working with agents who have experience in residential real estate, understand business based thinking and have a track record of successfully helping clients succeed. In addition to being a forward-thinking real estate powerhouse, Pacific Union International’s innovative approach to real estate enables me to provide a higher degree of service to my clients then ever before. For the last 40 years, Pacific Union has been setting the standard for Bay Area real estate by empowering it’s agents to deliver remarkable service to clients at every price point. As a result, last year Pacific Union closed over $6.7 billion in sales (far outpacing even the nearest competitor) and was included in the Inc. 5000 list, which ranks the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. based on the previous three years’ revenue growth.
As Pacific Union continues it’s thoughtful growth trajectory, I gain innovative and proprietary market research to help my clients reach their real estate goals. From what I’ve see and read, these sort of business-minded tools are offered by no other brokerages in California–or in the U.S., for that matter.
Check out this broadcast of an economic forecast (from Pacific Union CEO Mark A. McLaughlin and esteemed economists John Burns, Dean Wehrli, and Selma Hepp) which provides proprietary research findings that give investors, buyers, and sellers the knowledge they’ll need for success in their Bay Area real estate investments.
In addition to almost 2 decades of experience in our local SF Bay Area/mid-peninsula real estate market and my ethical and fiduciary approach to client relationships, Pacific Union adds to my ability to execute incredible marketing for my listings and to help my buyers find the perfect home for them.
Please feel free to text, call or email me to discuss how I can help you with any real estate needs you have.
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No Vacation Necessary: The Best Bay Area Summer 2017 Events
Summer officially begins next week, and with its arrival, the housing market usually slows as thoughts turn to vacations instead of open-house tours. But if you plan to stay put this summer and shop for homes while the competition is less fierce, you have plenty of entertainment options all around the Bay Area.
Below, I’ve gathered a list of the many things to do this summer across the Bay Area and the Lake Tahoe region as recommended by friends in local offices. Enjoy your summer!
Hillsborough Concours d’Elegance, Burlingame
Do you like cars? If so, head to the 2017 Hillsborough Concours d’Elegance on July 16 to view prized vintage vehicles. “For 61 consecutive years, The Hillsborough Concours d’ Elegance has built and maintained a proud tradition of honoring and celebrating excellence in automotive design and engineering” according to its website. The event takes place at the Crystal Springs Golf Course in Burlingame.
The Yerba Buena Gardens Festival in SF
Billed as “Free, Outdoors, Fresh,” the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival takes place throughout the summer, ending on Oct. 29. You’ll find music, theater, poetry, and dance performances. The festival also provides a Children’s Garden Series for kids under 10 and lunchtime concerts. Visit its website to see a full schedule.
Various SF Street Fairs
San Francisco has a plethora of street fairs every summer, including the North Beach Festival in June, the Fillmore Jazz Festival in July, and the Nihonmachi Street Fair in August. Check out a comprehensive list of free San Francisco summer street festivals at SF Station
Art + Soul Oakland
Art + Soul Oakland has been named among the top “7 Bay Area Music Festivals To Get Your Groove On.” But there is much more than music at this two-day festival in “America’s 15th coolest city to visit,” which takes place on August 19-20. Dancing, food, vendors, and art make this a fun event for the whole family.
Art & Garden Fesitval, Petaluma
Arts, crafts, music, food, wine and beer — sounds perfect! Find them all at the Art & Garden Festival in downtown Petaluma on July 9.
4th of July on the Plaza, Sonoma
Sonoma’s 4th of July on the Plaza begins with a parade at 10:00 a.m. Festival goers will enjoy live music, games, food, beer, and wine at Sonoma Plaza during the day before a fireworks display in the evening.
Summer Concert Series, Healdsburg
Chris Isaak, Kenny Loggins, and Kool and the Gang? You can find these great shows at the Summer Concert Series at Rodney Strong Vineyards. These fantastic outdoor events will take place throughout the summer; check out the schedule on the official website.
Taste of Napa, Napa
On Saturday July 15, Taste of Napa presents more than 70 local wineries, restaurants, and food artisans. Add live music, and you have a perfect summer afternoon in the Wine Country.
Summer Concert Series, Lake Tahoe, Nevada
The Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series at Harvey’s Outdoor Arena hosts renowned musicians from every genre, including Sammy Hagar and The Circle, Train, Lenny Kravitz, Third Eye Blind, The Who, Linkin Park, Jack Johnson, and Eric Church. The series begins June 25 with a performance from the legendary Paul Simon.