Gregg Lynn is ranked the #28 Individual Agent by The Wall Street Journal for resale volume in the USA and #1 Resale Agent in the city by the San Francisco MLS. In 2016 Gregg represented his clients in transactions totaling nearly $200,000,000.
Equal parts seasoned professional, engaging raconteur and savvy negotiator, Gregg is an expert in marketing San Francisco's finest homes and condominiums. In 2016, Gregg privately marketed the Grand Penthouse at Millennium Tower, which received a record-high sales price, representing the second highest sale of a condominium in San Francisco history. Gregg also represented the sellers of 2600 Jackson, a historic mansion fronting Alta Plaza Park in Pacific Heights. With Gregg's expert guidance, the residence was carefully curated and, upon coming to market, received three offers after just four days on the market. Closing at 39% above the $7M asking price, the sale of 2600 Jackson represented the nation's 5th highest overbid property in 2016.
Additionally, Gregg represented the seller in the private sale of the Penthouse at 9 Bernice, a unique South of Market Loft Penthouse which set a new high watermark for the sale of a loft condominium. In 2011, Gregg coordinated the marketing of the complex St. Regis Penthouse which resulted in four offers received at $28-$32M, an international sale which set the record for the highest selling condominium in San Francisco history.
As the #1 Realtor for the Sale of Condominiums, Gregg produces The Condo Report, the annual report on luxury condominium sales in San Francisco each year. Gregg's ranking as one of the top realtors within Sotheby's International Realty provides him access to the top brokers nationally; He travels annually to Hong Kong, London, New York and other global cities to aggressively promote his clients' properties.
Long-considered San Francisco's "Voice of Luxury Condominium Sales," Gregg's strategically placed editorial stories of his $10M-$50M listings are regularly featured in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, CNN, The New York Times and the global financial press. As the world's fascination with San Francisco real estate has unfolded, Gregg has participated in tens of dozens of media interviews -- drawing attention to his listed properties. Recently, Gregg appeared as an expert on CNBC Street Signs and a CNN segment focusing on Virtual Reality in real estate.
In addition to supporting a number of important Bay Area philanthropic organizations, Gregg is a vociferous champion of the Earned Assets Resource Network (www.EARN.org), a San Francisco-based organization creating opportunity for hard-working families living below the poverty line to acquire a home through financial management training and a matched savings program. His early work in co-founding a citywide Realtors Auxiliary that supports EARN has enabled tens of dozens of Bay Area families to realize the life-altering benefits of asset building through home ownership, creating prosperity for their families and their future. Additionally, Gregg ardently supports Meals on Wheels in San Francisco, and has produced a Holiday Toy Drive for the last ten Decembers, which has gifted tens of thousands of toys to disadvantaged Bay Area children.
Gregg's clients recognize his proactive, "can-do" attitude, his 24/7 accessibility, his legendary discretion, laser-focus and attention to detail. Most importantly, they entrust him to achieve their real estate goals.