Congratulations to Bobbi Levenson! She is celebrating her 10-year anniversary with Zephyr Real Estate this April and is based in our Noe Valley office.

As a real estate professional, human interaction makes all the difference for Bobbi Levenson. Through her work she has had the opportunity to help all types of people find the perfect home, and finds working with clients the most fulfilling aspect of her job. She’s also committed to maintaining client relationships. Long after a transaction, Bobbi’s clients continue to rely on her for advice on everything from home improvements to reassessing the value of their real estate investment. And Bobbi’s work as an interior designer and project manager gives her an eye for a home’s potential as well as the ability to successfully oversee transactions, including providing design-related insight.

Bobbi is a member of the National Association of Realtors, the California Association of Realtors, the San Francisco Association of Realtors, and the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce. A Bernal Heights resident, she has a personal investment in San Francisco as well as unique insight into navigating the city’s real estate waters. When she is not playing her part in the real estate market, she is a voracious traveler. Bobbi has explored much of the United States along with China, the Middle East, and Europe. Her other interests include literature, art, and history.

We got to know Bobbi a little better when catching up with her about her Zephyr anniversary.

1. What neighborhood/city do you live in & why? How long have you lived there and what do you love best about it?
“I live in Bernal Heights. I have lived there for over 15 years. It is such a great neighborhood. Although it has changed quite a bit over the last few years, it still has that small neighborhood feel. You see many of the same people walking down Cortland, strolling in the dog park, at the top of Bernal Hill and throughout the area.”

2. What do you love to do in your spare time?
“I love wandering through flea markets, antique stores and yard sales. Going to the Alemany Flea Market on Sunday mornings is my relaxation therapy. The Alameda Flea Market is on the 1st Sunday of each month. It is so large that it is a full day of browsing, so I only go once in a great while, but they have wonderful antiques.”

3. Do you have a favorite architectural style or building in the Bay Area?
“I love the mid-century modern style of Eichler. They seem to be the one style home that people update and renovate to bring it back to its original style without wiping out all of the details to modernize it. They have such great curb appeal and wonderful courtyards and classic lines.”