My response to “how long have you been with J. Rockcliff Realtors?” is almost always answered with a starting chuckle. In a good way, it often feels like forever ago when Jeff Sposito called me up to Pleasanton to ask if I wanted to help J. Rockcliff get started. Having a pretty entrepreneurial spirit and thinking that it could be fun, I jumped at the chance. That was three months before there even was a J. Rockcliff, to put things into perspective. Over eight years later and it’s still an interesting experience that is lots of fun to be a part of.
For more information on what we do, check out Rockcliff.com – one of the best San Francisco Bay Area real estate websites around. I’m biased here, as one of my many hats includes webmaster, and this portfolio piece shows a little of my design experience matched with my knowledge and ability to get the most from a real estate website. On an equally valuable note, the modern day real estate website is an exercise in vendor management, and rockcliff.com is no exception. Our web developer and ASP (application service provider) is tasked with implementing our ideas, hosting our website, and making sure that the property details we want to display are done in the way that we want. It could well be a full-time job, but in the competitive real estate environment it’s simply a small part of the average day. The fortunate part is that when all the chips are down, we seem to be doing a pretty good job.
While you’re thinking about real estate and real estate technology, my role at Rockcliff is about more than just managing technology. I’m also an active residential and commercial real estate agent (realtor). If you’re looking for a new home or to sell your existing home, consider giving me a call to talk about how to best market your home or find you something new. My commitment to you is to treat your home and transaction as though every last dollar is my own.