Congratulations to Kathleen Hall! She is celebrating her 6-year anniversary with Zephyr Real Estate this May and is based in our West Portal office.
Born and raised in the Bay Area, Kathleen Hall grew up watching her dad build a career selling East Bay real estate. Now, after her time spent getting to know her home base of San Francisco, Kathleen joined forces with Zephyr, the city’s largest independent real estate company, and is making real estate a family tradition.
Kathleen holds a MFA in painting from the San Francisco Art Institute; her keen eye and appreciation for the city’s distinctive properties is valuable to both discerning home buyers and sellers seeking an agent with marketing savvy. She takes pride in providing the same high level of customer service to all of her clients, from nervous first-time buyers to experienced investors.
Always cool under pressure, she remains a positive resource throughout every step of a transaction; quite a feat in San Francisco’s frenetic real estate market. Friendly and always focused on her client, Kathleen enjoys getting to know her clients better as they build their financial future.
We got to know Kathleen a little better when catching up with her about her Zephyr anniversary.
1. What neighborhood/city do you live in and why? How long have you lived there and what do you love best about it?
“I grew up in the east bay (Richmond and Oakland) and moved to Silver Terrace 9 years ago. My family and I love walking to the Silver Terrace playground and soccer field where it has everything you need to tire out two active children.”
2. What do you love to do in your spare time? Do you have a favorite place to hang out in the Bay Area?
“One of my favorite extracurricular activities is skating. I’m a retired Bay Area Derby Girl and I skated with the Richmond Wrecking Belles for 5 years. Some of my proudest moments have been helping my former teammates purchase homes in the Bay Area. Now I share my passion of skating with my daughter by getting her involved with the Bay Area Derby Junior Roller Derby.”
3. What neighborhood have you seen change most in the Bay Area?
“I have seen 3rd Street in the Bayview and Dogpatch change the most. When I attended the San Francisco Art Institute, our art studios were located on 3rd Street and at the time there weren’t a lot of food options. Over the years, new businesses and new developments have made Bayview into the a hot neighborhood. Some of my top favorite places to eat are All Good Pizza, Auntie April’s Chicken-n-Waffles and Butchertown Gourmet.”