In his former corporate career, Dan enjoyed success on many levels as the Director of Retail Sales for Southern California with Sprint Wireless. He thrived on the challenge of successfully building and opening new locations along the West Coast and took full advantage of the sunny beaches and laid-back Southern California lifestyle. Ultimately the opportunity to pursue his own business and more importantly, to return to the Bay Area is what brought Dan back to San Francisco. As a native of Santa Rosa California, Dan has always had a deep appreciation for San Francisco. Dan’s love of real estate and his tireless work ethic quickly earned him the prestigious distinction of ranking among the top 100 Realtors in San Francisco in annual sales volume. From his first year in the industry, Dan has consistently achieved recognition among the top-producing agents at Coldwell Banker. Dan’s strong business sense, unsurpassed customer service, and his drive to be the best at what he does combine to provide his clients with a truly exceptional experience.
When he is not hard at work helping his real estate clients, Dan enjoys cycling, hiking, skiing and all of the fantastic outdoor activities the Bay Area has to offer. He also enjoys spending time with friends exploring and experiencing all of the world-class restaurants of San Francisco, visiting wineries and spending time with his dog Bella.
Dan is passionate about giving back to his community. He is deeply involved with the San Francisco AIDS Foundation through his involvement with AIDS/Lifecycle with whom his is a financial sponsorship as well as an active member since 2006. AIDS/Lifecycle is an annual 545-mile charity bike ride benefiting those living with HIV/AIDS, where each June participants ride their bicycles from San Francisco to Los Angeles over a 7-day period to raise much-needed funds for the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. Dan is also an active member of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and he has adopted a classroom of children where he provides the much-needed funds that allow local teachers to purchase the critical resources and materials needed for their classroom.