Originally from Washington, D.C., Cameron moved to San Francisco in 1990 and has been a full-time real estate agent in San Francisco since 2002. Her first deal was a TIC with a group loan that won the condo lottery during contract negotiations. Today, she represents sellers and buyers of all property types: houses, condos, lofts, stock cooperatives, TICs and multi-unit buildings. She works primarily in San Francisco, but has also helped clients in the East Bay and North Bay.
Cameron moved to the Sotheby’s International Realty – San Francisco brokerage in 2018 because the brand aligns well with her own in terms of quality and excellence of service.
In both her business and personal life, Cameron strives to do the following:
- To be accomplished and to derive pleasure from achievement and creativity.
- To move through the world with confidence, competence, and integrity.
- To interact with others coming from a place of peace, calm and authenticity.
- To recognize a sense of belonging and to always be working towards self-actualization.
Cameron has an MFA in live action film from California Institute of the Arts and a BFA in performance art from the San Francisco Art Institute.
Condos, TICs, Stock Cooperatives, Houses, Multi-units
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“We interviewed a number of agents before selling our San Francisco condo with Cameron. We’re so happy we choose to work with her! From the start, Cameron was prompt, patient, and professional. She guided us through every step of the selling process and provided us with many options as opposed to trying to do things her way.
Cameron helped us find a low-cost stager, who did a remarkable job, and she suggested resources to help market our property, which we hadn’t known about or considered. Furthermore, Cameron made a number of predictions about our sale that were spot on, and she was immediately available to us during some time-sensitive, emotional decisions.
Cameron was easy to get along with, easy to reach, and honest. We’re usually suspicious of real estate agents, but we never felt that way with her. If we’re ever in the market again for a Bay Area realtor, we’d call Cameron without hesitation.”