One of the reasons I started working in real estate - and a reason I continue to do so today - is that I genuinely love helping guide my clients through what might otherwise be a daunting process of transacting real estate in San Francisco. My diverse background and over 15 years of real estate experience have helped land me in the top 1% of real estate agents within San Francisco. Please peruse my client testimonials and read the "Why Vicki?" page to see why my clients come back to me time and time again!
Stanford Business School
When I came to the Bay Area to attend Stanford Business School, I knew that I had found my home. I immediately fell in love with San Francisco -- the natural beauty, the people, the restaurants, bars, and theaters, and the proximity to the ocean and mountains! After graduating, I worked for several years as Director of Client Services for a technology firm, and I really enjoyed it. But then I was bitten by the real estate bug.
I started thinking about buying a home and found myself fascinated with this crazy world of San Francisco real estate. I took a course in real estate in the evenings "just for fun,” but after purchasing my own home, I decided to move into this field for good.
Zephyr Real Estate
I am proud to be part of Zephyr, the most successful locally-owned firm in San Francisco. Not only was I impressed with the firm's stellar 40-year track record, but I was also excited to find a company that holds many of the same core values that I do. A great example of this is the fact that Zephyr donates generously to many non-profits in the community.
Perhaps the most important thing to know about me, however, is that I view my clients as clients for life. I am not here to make a quick sale; rather, I'm here to build a relationship of trust while getting the job done. As a result, almost all of my sales are from repeat clients and referrals.
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When I’m not working, you’ll find me spending time with my family, out with friends, or squeezing in a hike or a spin class. I also serve on the board of an amazing non-profit organization called SF CASA, which supports San Francisco’s most vulnerable children.