About Patricia

Compass Realtors is extremely pleased to be associated with Patricia Briscoe. An integral part of Compass’s dedication to excellence is the collaboration of high caliber professionals. Pat certainly fits that profile, having been a highly successful real estate agent for over thirty years.

Pat started her real estate career in San Francisco with Hill & Company. In 1983, she moved to Atherton to raise her young family while continuing her association with Hill & Company. In 1993, she joined Seville Properties and worked with Randy Eyler on a part time basis. Then, after her two children entered grade school at St. Joseph's in Atherton, Pat joined Randy at Compass Realtors on a full time basis.

Pat offers a wealth of experience and expertise in the high-end residential real estate market, specializing in the communities of Atherton, Menlo Park, Woodside, Palo Alto and Portola Valley. At Compass Realtors, which has approximately 1,100 agents, Pat and her partner, Randy Eyler, rank in the top one percent of the firm in sales production. They were also ranked among the top 25 agents in the San Jose Business Journal of the top real estate agents in Silicon Valley as well as being ranked in the top 200 "teams" nationally.

"Real estate has been my career for 36 years. Many of my clients have become my friends. I enjoy working with first time buyers as much as I do working with friends who are changing neighborhoods or downsizing. I never forget that buying or selling a home is an emotional as well as a financial decision, it is most likely the single largest asset for my client".

Pat and her husband, Larry, have two children. Their son, John, graduated from Menlo School and UCLA and is exploring a career in advertising. Katie graduated from Menlo School and USC and is working as an investment banker in Menlo Park. "The years of raising children have been the most fulfilling times for my husband and me…. however, it is very nice to take a break from paying tuition! "

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