About Paula Pagano, #1 San Francisco Real Estate  Agent

Paula Pagano in her San Francisco Office

Originally from New York, Paula Pagano became the #1 San Francisco real estate  agent in her office her first year. In the mid eighties, she obtained her California Broker’s license and over the next thirty years remained a consistent top San Francisco Realtor and surpassed her medical research salary 10 fold.

Paula has served on both the Board of Directors for the San Francisco Apartment House Association and the Board of Directors for the San Francisco Association of Realtors. Paula is also a trained business coach, CTI (Coaches Training Institute), a CTM (Competent Toastmaster) and a past member of the National Speakers Association, Women’s Council of Realtors and Professional Toastmasters. As a community conscious realtor, Paula has supported many local charities as well as being active in political campaigns to protect homeowners’ real estate interests and preserving San Francisco’s architectural integrity. In her spare time, you will find Paula on the dance floor—for she is a proficient ballroom dancer, having won many awards in local and international dance competitions.

Proud of her mostly Sicilian descent with a bit of Irish and Mohawk Indian thrown in for good measure, Paula believes if she could become successful, anyone can. She still resides in her beloved City by the Bay with her husband Gralen and their seventeen-pound Maine Coon cat Cosmos.


Bottom Line Real Estate Experience:

In today’s rather choppy real estate market, you want an experienced REALTOR representing you–someone like Real Estate Broker Paula Pagano. Her no-nonsense, very informative approach appeals to busy professionals. She knows the neighborhoods, she knows financing and she knows this market. She’s taught negotiation and contracts courses. She’s experienced first hand the San Francisco’s various real estate cycles. She’s analytical yet very creative, ethical, with impeccable credentials. Bottom line, Paula is someone with a great deal of experience you would certainly want working on your behalf.

Paula Pagano