Deborah Odier is a Pacific Union Top Sales Performer and a known brand among the upper echelon of San Francisco realtors. "Selling San Francisco Lifestyles" means that Deborah helps her clients achieve their goals by being consistently over-prepared, uncompromisingly thorough, and always willing to walk away from the wrong deal. She negotiates with creativity and strength.
[Real Estate Experience] Deborah has earned a LRE and CHLMS Certification by specializing in million-plus dollar properties in San Francisco's most exclusive areas. But regardless of dollar value or neighborhood, buying or selling, Deborah and her team commit to quality and integrity in every aspect of every deal. For Deborah, quality means her distinctive marketing style, a careful attention to detail, consistently responsive client service, tough and creative negotiation skills, and a deep knowledge of the San Francisco market. "Selling San Francisco Lifestyles" is not just marketing. Through the years of trial and error, Deborah has developed a detailed marketing protocol that she follows with every list. It is distinguished by its comprehensive reach, its distinctive signature marketing package, and a proven sales track record. [Community Involvement
] Deborah also has an abiding personal interest in her community that allows her to connect with buyers and sellers from all backgrounds. She served as chairwoman of a local credit union; was a founding board member of the SAGE Project, a non-profit organization working to end the commercial sexual exploitation of children and women; and served as President of the Continental Breakfast Club, a San Francisco businesswomen organization. She has a strong belief in business ethics, reinforced by her ten years as vice president of the Bay Area Better Business Bureau. These activities make Deborah an interwoven piece of San Francisco. Clients quickly come to realize that they chosen a true expert in San Francisco lifestyles -- and who better to entrust with the purchase or sale of their greatest asset?