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Highly regarded for representing San Francisco's finest luxury properties, Joseph Lucier has earned a respected and well-established reputation in the city's luxury residential market since joining Sotheby's International Realty in 1999. As a native San Franciscan, Joseph's love of the city's history, beauty, and architecture inspires the work he does everyday. His strong ties with property owners, a deep knowledge of the city's established neighborhoods, and invaluable access to inside market scoop work powerfully for his clients. Joseph's core belief in the development and integration of quality relationships is a brand hallmark and consistently accounts for the high touch experience his clientele and professional partners enjoy.
Joseph's well-connected client list includes prominent San Francisco families and industry leaders in technology, finance, and real estate development. Joseph's private sale network, Salon Privé, regarded as the epitome of discretion and savior faire, assists sellers and buyers of fine properties avoid the uncertainties of the open market. Notable transactions include the long standing record sales price of $11,000,000 for a Cow Hollow single-family home, the sale of Pacific Heights' largest penthouse, and a two-year standing record for San Francisco's most expensive cooperative apartment.
Joseph's longtime interest in architecture led him to become president of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art's Northern California Chapter. Joseph is a past director of the First Tee of San Francisco and is involved with the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show, and the Belvedere Sailing Society. Joseph is an Eagle Scout of the Boy Scouts of America. His personal interests include golf, skiing, cultural affairs, international travel, gourmet cooking, and jazz music. Joseph graduated with an Art History degree from CSU Chico.