Steve Moazed has had a variety of interesting jobs with one common thread, bringing parties together for their mutual benefit. His previous careers in marketing & communications and international investment provide a level of professionalism that is most useful in residential real estate. His personal commitment to his clients, his zeal for the City, and his results-oriented communication skills represent his buyers or sellers to great advantage. His clients will tell you the real estate experience is more pleasant with Steve working for you.
A brief curriculum vitae:
2019-Present Compass San Francisco, CA. Broker Associate, Buyers Agent, Listing Agent, Member N.A.R., C.A.R., S.F.A.R.
2002-2019 Hill & Co. Real Estate, San Francisco, CA. Broker Associate, Buyers Agent, Listing Agent, Member N.A.R., C.A.R., S.F.A.R., Top Ten Producer in 2006.
2000-2001 Weichert, Realtors, Real Estate Sales Associate, Buyers Agent, Listing Agent, Rental Specialist. Licensed in Maryland and the District of Columbia. Sold approximately one million dollars in first six months.
1993-2000 Area Director, Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency, New York, and San Mateo offices. Presented the benefits to U.S. companies of establishing operations in the Europe via the Netherlands to CFOs and CEOs, mainly focusing on logistics, multilingual skills and tax benefits. 1988-1993 Royal Netherlands Embassy, Washington, DC. Press Assistant and Information Officer. Press spokesman for the Embassy, principle speech writer for the Ambassador, translated, and disseminated news releases on the Netherlands' foreign policy. Member of the National Press Club.
1986-1988 Director of Communications, Office of Congressman Martin Lancaster of North Carolina, Washington, D.C.
1983-1984 Broadcast Journalist, General Assignment Reporter, Sports Anchor, WNCT-TV News, Greenville, N.C.
Graduate of University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, BA in English and minor in Broadcast Journalism, 1980.
Graduate of the Stanford University Executive Management Graduate Program Finance for Non-Financial Managers, 1998.
Fluent in Dutch and conversant in French.