If you’re considering selling your property, you probably have a lot of questions and concerns surrounding the process. This website is here to help you navigate the waters. The section on Getting Started can assist you in outlining your goals. I’ve also included sections that explain how property values are determined, what you should look for in a Realtor, and how a Realtor can help. The section on Seller FAQs contains most of the information specific to sellers on this website in one page and can be easily printed out to be used as a tool to help you go over any topics you have more questions about.

It’s no secret that the housing market is extremely competitive right now, but I can help you get the most for your property by marketing intelligently and aggressively. Every listing I have goes on the multiple listing services for much of California which is viewed by thousands of agents. Considering that over 80% of home buyers start their search on the internet, I know how important it is to reach out through consumer real estate websites such as HomeBuyer.com, Zillow.com, Realtor.com, Trulia.com, MSN Real Estate, Yahoo! Real Estate, and Google Real Estate—exposing your home to millions of potential buyers daily. I also use social networking sites, such as Facebook, Google+ and Twitter to inform consumers about what’s available and what market conditions make it favorable to purchase property in the Bay Area.

As an attorney, broker and analyst I have access to a network of knowledge and professionals that can promote your property far beyond our local zip codes. Sometimes the right buyer is close by, but sometimes the right buyer is out of state or even the country. He sees the true value of owning property in one of the most beautiful places in the world. From great weather and gorgeous landscapes to booming businesses in the fields of technology, science and medicine, the Bay Area has been at the forefront of the real estate market for a reason. I moved here more than 15 years ago from New York and never looked back. Art, music, culture, cutting edge technology, great restaurants, and the great outdoors—the Bay Area has it all.