A refreshingly approachable Realtor with endless love for his local community, Steve is a skilled agent that measures his success in happy clients and repeat referrals. A fourth generation native with deep local roots, the Menlo Atherton grad still proudly recounts his time spent as a starting member of the high school basketball team (State champs of ’89 anyone?) Reluctantly leaving his beloved Bay Area for the University of Arizona, he returned with a BS in Business Administration and honed his skills in a range of account management, eCommerce merchandising, and inventory management positions before delving into real estate.
Drawn to the industry by the promise of sharing his love of the local community, Steve was passionate about helping folks put down roots and achieve their next goal in life – whether buying or selling. Helping people navigate the market seemed like a natural fit, and Steve quickly parlayed his service-first methodology and talent for relationship building into a thriving real estate career.
Patient, loyal, and unquestionably knowledgeable, Steve’s first priority is looking after his clients’ interests. A skilled and trusted advocate who’s dialed-in to listings before they hit MLS, it’s no surprise that 28% of his sales have been off-market. Truth be told, Steve has a special gift for bringing a human touch to every transaction that he handles. A willing listener and clear communicator, the hardworking agent makes himself abundantly available. Ultimately, isn’t that who you want in your corner when navigating the Bay Area’s highly competitive real estate market?
Suffice to say, Steve tackles downtime with the same gusto as real estate. A self-proclaimed, “sports nut,” there’s no Warriors game or F1 race that goes unwatched. The family man still makes time to hike and bike the backtrails of the Santa Cruz mountains with his wife and daughter and still enjoys the occasional jam session with friends. You may have seen him behind the drums at Woodside’s Pioneer Saloon or the San Gregorio General Store. I think you’ll find Steve doesn’t skip a beat.