As a Realtor, Bianca’s purpose is to not just help people to buy or sell a home, but to help educate and grow opportunity for her clients to create financial freedom and generational wealth through real estate. With Bianca, you get a true and authentic advocate through, what often is, the largest purchase of your life. With Bianca’s connections through her team at Keller Williams & partners, her volunteer work in the community, and her go-getter attitude, you’ll have an in to the pulse of San Francisco’s housing market. Prior to real estate, Bianca spent a decade in the high-end fashion and content creation industry. Drawing from these creative skill sets, attention to detail, and fast-paced environment, she utilizes everything from digital media to exceptional customer service to make an impression with each client’s property & goals and broadcasts this message across her personal network and the digital landscape. When not showing a home, you can find Bianca with her nose in a book, volunteering in her community or trying new restaurants with her husband.
Why you should work with me
- Unwavering dedication to each one of my clients
- Attentive to every detail
- Acute awareness of customer needs and market trends
- Resilient negotiator
- Creative problem solver
Backed by A Trusted Brokerage
- Largest real estate firm in North America
- 1,070 offices and 190,000+ associates
- The franchise is #1 in units and sales volume in the United States
- $407.4 billion in sales volume in 2020
- Keller Williams San Francisco/Peninsula Estates has over 450 local agents
- Keller Williams San Francisco/Peninsula Estates has sold nearly $2.3B in real estate in 2020
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