Lydia Sarkissian can be reached by email at Lydia.Sarkissian@SothebysRealty.com.
As an agent for some of the most luxurious and unique properties in the San Francisco Bay Area, Lydia Sarkissian is well known and respected by her clients and peers for her continued success year after year - she represents many of the highest sales that occur in Marin County, and has closed over $2 Billion in lifetime sales.
With her international background, fluency in several languages and associated familiarity with many cultures, and 20 years' experience representing the Marin upper-end residential market, she is a natural fit for the high-income, high net worth CEOs, celebrities and wealthy international clients. But what really sets her apart is her uncommon intuitive wisdom, her ability to understand and then exceed her clients' expectations, and her tireless devotion to excelling on her clients' behalf.
Lydia and Bill Bullock formed their sales partnership in 1997. Their success as a team "is based on mutual respect, similar values, and the ability to set egos aside. And we give our clients the same respect, and we are extremely discreet with our clients' personal information and very sensitive to our clients' privacy and confidentiality. And we are totally hands-on with our clients. We do all the showings and presentations, and everything we can to make the process of buying or selling as smooth and easy for them as possible." To do this Lydia says it is important to always focus on the positive, and ignore the negative news and negativity in general. She is naturally friendly and approachable, and her vivacious character and love of life are inspiring and irresistible.
Lydia has made her home in Marin since 1981. "Even on a global level, Marin County is a very special place. We have forests, hills and water for outdoor activities, and immediate access to world-famous landmarks like the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, and Wine Country. Add to that amazing restaurants, great schools and great weather. There is no place I would rather be."