CA LIC#: 01477611
Charlotte Wood is a native of San Francisco and a trusted Bay Area real estate advisor. Her expertise is in the areas of single family home sales and purchases, investment property analysis, trust sales, short-sales and real estate financing. She is a skilled negotiator, trained facilitator and excellent communicator. She is also a master at handling the complexities of marketing, legal disclosures, title, financial documents, inspections, and escrows.
Charlotte entered the real estate profession as an investor in 2001, while simultaneously working full time as a corporate manager. Drawn to the design, financial, and relational aspects of the real estate business, she retired from her corporate job in 2005 to become a full-time residential sales associate with one of the most widely respected and trusted real estate names in the business, Coldwell Banker. According to Charlotte, "I feel fortunate to work in a business I enjoy! The San Francisco Bay Area real estate market has something for everyone: Luxury homes with views of the bay and bridges; downtown condos with walking access to fabulous restaurants and shops; Bungalow, Traditional and Craftsman style homes in the family oriented neighborhoods of Glen Park, Sunnyside, Miraloma Park, and Westwood Park; and of course, the mild weather towns of the Peninsula; a great alternative to San Francisco for families seeking detached homes with spacious back yards.
The best thing about my business is I get to help people obtain a home that can hold years of loving family memories and gain the financial benefits of appreciation and tax deductions."
It would be an honor for Charlotte, her team, and Coldwell Banker to draw on their comprehensive and professional customer service to take care of your real estate needs. Why not call today?!!!
• Member of San Francisco Association of Realtors
• Member of California Association of Realtors
• Member of National Association of Realtors
Graduate San Francisco State University, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration