Having orchestrated over $2 billion in Bay Area real estate sales, Gregg Lynn brings his clients an unrivaled expertise in the marketplace of San Francisco’s luxury real estate assets. A partnership with Gregg offers buyers and sellers alike unparalleled access, insight, and value. Gregg’s buying and selling clients, who include the founders and executives of global technology companies and CEOs of Fortune 100 firms, are referred from past clients, all of whom recognize his legendary discretion, proactivity, 24/7 accessibility, and unique ability to steward complex real estate transactions to the closing table.
For his seller clients, Gregg partners with the creative teams responsible for marketing the world’s most prized artworks at the Sotheby’s auction house with a dedication to curate their home, presenting it to the global market and enabling it to sell at the highest possible price.
•Two decades of transacting exclusively in San Francisco – resulting in over $2 billion in closed sales
•Ranked by the San Francisco MLS as the market-share leader for the sale of condominiums and co-operative apartments every year since 2008
•Consistently SFAR-ranked among the top three agents in San Francisco
•Consistently ranked among the top 10 teams globally with Sotheby’s International Realty
•Leads a team of nine full-time real estate professionals focused solely on providing white-glove, gold standard service and representation to Gregg Lynn Team clients, including in-house creative marketing leaders
•Supported by the executive leadership team of Sotheby’s International Realty and its global network of more than 26,500 sales associates located in 81 countries and territories
•Co-founded the Sotheby’s International Realty Market Leaders Group comprised of the top producing and most influential Sotheby’s International Realty agents in 50 markets across North America
•High watermark sale: 565 Marina Boulevard, the record high sale price for a home sold on Marina Boulevard at $9,999,999, per the San Francisco MLS.
•Top five overbid sale in the nation: 2600 Jackson in Pacific Heights, an unrenovated circa 1890 mansion fronting Alta Plaza Park, closed at $11,000,000, 39% above offering price and recognized in the media as the nation’s fifth highest property overbid that year
•Set the high watermark sales for apartments in San Francisco: 999 Green Penthouse in 2022 ($29,000,000) and the St. Regis Penthouse in 2011 ($28,000,000)
•Set the record high sale price in 18 of San Francisco’s residential buildings – more than any other realtor in the city