Matthew Joseph

Matthew Joseph

Senior Sales Associate


  CalBRE 01849238

  • New Construction Specialist
  • Eureka Valley Resident
  • Collaborative Approach
  • 10+ Years of Real Estate Experience

Agent Profile

At the age of sixteen, a receptionist at a small real estate brokerage in his home town, Matthew knew he wanted to pursue a career in real estate. He truly started from the ground up. From a receptionist he became a transaction coordinator, then on to an assistant, and finally ventured out on his own as a sales associate. Matthew got his real estate license as he finished his Bachelor’s at San Francisco State University, where he studied psychology and philosophy.

With most of his career in the resale market, Matthew next ventured into the new construction world where he worked directly with builders and developers to brand, manage, and sell new construction residences with one of San Francisco’s largest firms. A goal-oriented self-starter, he projects a positive and professional attitude. His extensive knowledge base in both the resale market and the new construction market allows him to bring invaluable knowledge to any transaction.

A four-time marathon runner and cycling enthusiast, Matthew knows how to commit to achieve long-term goals. He is just downright fun to be around, all the while providing a sense of security with his decades of experience.

My name:
Matthew Joseph.
I am:
Born In:
Los Angeles.
Languages Spoken:
Proudest Moment:
Listing my first 4 million dollar home.
Biggest Challenge:
Selling my first 4 million dollar home.
Alarm Clock:
7 a.m. and set to NPR. Oh, and coffee, coffee, coffee!
Perfect Day:
Autumn, crystal clear, and slightly chilly with a nice breeze in Golden Gate Park.
First Job:
Receptionist at a real estate brokerage.
Super Hero Power:
Favorite Bay Area Neighborhood:
"DO MORE" by Casey Neistat.
Climb is:
My home away from home!

What inspires you about San Francisco real estate?

Having been in real estate for over a a decade, I love seeing homes transform over the years, who buys or sells them, and how the city evolves because of it.

Matthew's Properties