Top Producer, Senior Sales Associate
- Honor Circle Award as Sales Leader, 2010
- Bay Area Native, 3rd Generation SF Native
- New Construction Emphasis
- Focus on Emeryville and Jack London Square
When you work with Brian Anderson, you’ll receive the highest level of service and professionalism in the business. You’ll be with an agent who is connected, organized, straightforward, thoughtful and vastly experienced. And when you work with Brian, you’ll understand that working with a third generation San Franciscan is a completely different experience than with a traditional real estate agent.
From his first day, Brian Anderson understood that his role as an agent was to stand for the best interests of his client above anything else. Initially purchasing homes as a hobby and as an investment strategy, Brian transitioned from being a Fortune 500 sales executive to being a strong advocate and negotiator at Urban Bay Properties (now McGuire). With an interest in large-scale developments, he was a founding member of a real estate brokerage aligned with Holliday Development (www.hollidaydevelopment.com) focusing on the development and marketing of live-work lofts and LEED certified town-home communities in the emerging markets of Emeryville and West Oakland.
When not passionately pursuing real estate opportunities, Brian can be found volunteering at a hospice, training for local triathlons and raising his three daughters. Real estate is Brian Anderson’s business and passion, and it shows with every client he has the privilege to represent.
Pretty darn enthusiastic (generally speaking).
Witnessing the births of my children!
Acknowledging there are only 24 hours in a day!
Same one since 1989.
Blue Bottle coffee, exploring something new with friends/family, outdoors, definitely ending with Korean BBQ at Brother's on Geary Street.
Bagging groceries at Golden Gate Market, Sausalito, CA.
Flying with my arms at my sides.
Work hard, play hard, give back.
Passionate about real estate.
What do you love about San Francisco?
I love the physical geography of the City; the hills, parks, and valleys create so many unique and intimate neighborhoods, each offering its own character of micro-climate, vista, demographic, and history.