A Top Real Estate Agent Providing Exceptional Service to Luxury Home Buyers and Sellers in Marin County, California.

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As a top Marin real estate agent and licensed Realtor® with Decker Bullock Sotheby’s International Realty, Thomas delivers consistent results for his clients in the Bay Area luxury homes market. Whether you are interested in buying, selling, or just learning more about the market, he is always happy to help.

“Let’s tell the next success story.

Please feel free to call or text Thomas at 415-847-5584


“Tom just did a fantastic job of selling my parents’ home. He staged the home, helped me with complicated paperwork, worked to increase the multiple offers and closed at $300,000 above the price!”

Janet Dresser

“Because of Thomas’ magic, we are living in our dream home today! We keep talking about how fortunate we were to have had Thomas represent us. He also sold our home in Mill Valley in just 6 days with multiple offers. He priced it right and knew the market very well.”

Marc and Jennifer Langenberg

“Words can’t describe the poise, dedication, and professionalism exhibited by Thomas during our Marin house hunt and purchase. In a very competitive market, Thomas was patient with us and his extensive experience ultimately helped us close on a fantastic home with multiple offers.”

Forest and Laura Broznan

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Marin County Winter Storm Preparation Guide | Winter Storm Checklist

Marin County winter storm season is right around the corner - are you ready? While winters in Marin County are not as severe as in other parts of the country where residents must contend with snow and months of freezing temperatures, we do receive a fair amount of rain and on occasion extreme cold and some high winds. I advise my friends and clients to take a few precautions in the relatively mild weather of the fall before the winter rains begin.
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October 2016 Marin County Real Estate Market Report | Market News

Welcome to my October 2016 Marin County Real Estate Market Report! In last month's report I said, "it remains to be seen if we will see a recovery from the summer slowdown in September as we have in the past few years," and I think it's safe to say at this point that we are definitely seeing a plateau in the market, especially at the higher price points (above $2.0mm).
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Houseguest Episode Three: The Series by Sotheby's International Realty

In Houseguest Episode Three, New York public relations and communications executive and entrepreneur Liz Najarian O'Neill trades her hectic urban life where she "works to live and lives to work" for the serenity and solitude of the Berman Buckskin Ranch in Telluride, Colorado.
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Architect Mark Mills - A Brief Overview | 1921-2007

I must confess - prior to listing 215 Locust Avenue in San Rafael, California for sale, I had not heard of the talented architect, Mark Mills (1921-2007) who designed it. As I began to research the history of the home, I learned so much about this understated and talented man that I decided to write a blog article focusing on his work.
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Best of San Rafael | Best of Marin

San Rafael is Marin County's largest city, with a population approaching 60,000 people, and is a great place to kick off my new "Best of Marin" series featuring some of my favorite spots in our beautiful county. This list of the best of San Rafael is by all means not all-inclusive but is a great place to start! The city of San Rafael is undergoing a renaissance, with exciting new restaurants and shops opening along the revitalized 4th Street corridor.
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September 2016 Marin County Real Estate Market Report

Welcome to my September 2016 Marin County Real Estate Market Report! Summer is drawing to a close and the next "mini real estate season" is set to start now that the Labor Day holiday has passed. So far this year we have seen a fairly typical story -- a robust spring season followed by a quieter summer. The weeks after Labor Day typically feature more activity from sellers and buyers eventually tapering off in mid-November as people begin focusing on the holiday season. It remains to be seen if we will see a recovery from the summer slowdown in September as we have in the past few years.