Our #1 goal as your realtor is to help you get the most money for your home, while minimizing the stress and time it takes to sell a home. We’ll give you a secret: it’s all about the details.
As experienced agents, we know exactly what it takes to get your home sold. Currently, our average list-to-sale price is 111% vs. the 99.3% city average. If you were selling your home for a million dollars that would mean that we would get you $110,000 over list while most realtors would get you $7,000 under list, which translates to a difference of $117,000.
Our clients are often surprised by the level of creativity and commitment we bring to selling their home. With Ruth Krishnan’s years of experience as a designer, our team has unique insight into how to showcase your home’s full potential and generate the best market response with a competitive pricing strategy and customized marketing plan.
IN 2016, WE CLOSED $52 MILLION IN REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS AND THE KRISHNAN TEAM WAS IN THE TOP 1% OF SAN FRANCISCO REALTORS.
Last year, we sold a total of $52 million dollars worth of homes, while the average San Francisco real estate agent sold 5 million dollars worth. This level of activity helps us keep our finger on the pulse of what’s happening right now in the complex San Francisco market, especially as it ebbs and flows during the year.
While our team is extremely active, we firmly believe that customer experience comes first, which is why we carefully limit the number of clients we work with at any given time.
Rather than bringing on more business only for herself, during higher volume periods, Ruth partners with other realtors to insure the highest level of quality service. This team-driven approach means that we’re able to build strong relationships with our clients and put their needs first. The result? Our clients walk away satisfied with an exceptional experience.
Wendy Sue & Josh Horn
“It was my first time buying and selling and Ruth did a fantastic job educating me every step of the way.
Ruth was the point person on all of the upgrades and maintenance we had done to our home before it hit the market. We were impressed with her strategy for marketing the house and the results were obvious as we ended up with seven offers, including one that was 150k over our asking price.
You spend a lot of time with your agent, and Ruth is down-to-earth and easy to be with. To make the most of your money, you need to work with Ruth.”
$171,000 over list price
($17,000 invested produced a $120,000 higher sales price)
Days on market: 5
Offers received: 10
Return On Investment: 606%
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