Tyler is part of the Bellings Brothers Real Estate team. In 2020, they helped over 67 buyers and sellers, achieving over $100M in sales volume. They created their team in 2013 and finished in the top 20% of all Realtors in their first year in the business. They have quickly escalated to consistent top 1% producers in San Francisco. In 2019, they helped over 62 buyers and sellers, achieving over $86m in sales volume and continue to raise the bar for themselves every year. With backgrounds in communications, finance and marketing, the team brings a unique skill set to the business and strives to bring an unparalleled level of expertise, passion, and custom approaches to each transaction.
Tyler brings a fresh perspective, vigorous energy, and knowledge of the latest technology and market conditions to all his clients. His confidence in the continued growth of San Francisco's real estate fuels his enthusiasm. San Francisco continues to produce high-income innovative jobs, an exceptional climate, and extensive cultural diversity. People from all over the world seek to become part of this exciting city and the real estate market thrives because of it.
Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Tyler has always loved this dynamic city. His interest in real estate began at an early age as his parents involved him in buying and selling investment properties. With a strong work ethic and a desire to help and serve people, Tyler began working as Realtor at the age of 20. As a real estate professional, he is dedicated to helping and serving his clients to achieve owning real estate in San Francisco.
While studying Communications at San Francisco State University, he applied and was accepted into the Marine Corps Aviation Officer Candidate program; the youngest participant in the highly competitive program. Tyler reset his sights on soaring high in the real estate industry in San Francisco where he has excelled.
When Tyler is not working on getting real estate buyers and sellers together, he enjoys running, reading, as well as exploring the nuances of different San Francisco neighborhoods.