California Department of Real Estate #01153827 California B Class General Contractor
U.C. Berkeley: B.A. Social Sciences and City and Regional Planning, San Francisco University High School and Cathedral School for Boys
Ted began his real estate career in 1987 as an incoming freshman at UC Berkeley by purchasing the dilapidated nursing home at 2521 College Avenue near campus. Ted expanded and converted the property into the vibrant 13 bedroom student rooming house that he owns today.
In 1992 Ted was a Vista Volunteer for San Francisco non-profit Asian, Inc., and in 1993 Ted was promoted to Project Manager for the new construction 24 unit affordable housing project at 518 Minna Street on 6th Street. Ted worked closely with the Asian, Inc.’s director, City and State Agencies, lenders, Federal Tax Credit consultant, architect, engineers, general contractor, vendors, property manager, tenants, community and press through completion and occupancy. Ted was instrumental in Asian, Inc. being awarded their next nearby 30 unit new construction affordable housing development.
1995-97 at general contractor Fisher Development Inc., Ted worked on all aspect of nationwide retail and restaurant construction roll-outs from punch list management to concurrently managing projects in multiple cities.
1997-98 at Chevy’s Ted managed new construction and remodel of large full service Chevy’s Restaurants. In 1998 Ted received his California B Class General Contractors License.
In 1999 Ted joined Tina Bartlett Hinckley as a Realtor at McGuire Real Estate. In 2000, Ted guided numerous friends to purchase their first homes and was named “Rookie of the Year”.
Ted and Tina were top producers and partners at McGuire through 2010.
In 2011 Ted and Tina moved to Pacific Union. They thrive in, and contribute to, the dynamic and supportive assembly of top San Francisco Realtors who share knowledge and ideas at the best and highest volume real estate brokerage in our beloved City.
They love working with their Buyer and Seller clients in all San Francisco neighborhoods and all price points. After your Family and Friends, your Home is what matters most. Ted’s experience in construction and development is always invaluable when advising clients.
In 2015 Ted was named the Estates Director of Pacific Union San Francisco and leads the biweekly Estates Sales Meeting.
Since 2009, Ted has been carefully developing the 8 “Painted Gentlemen” condominiums at 802-810 Steiner Street on historic Alamo Square on the next block down from the iconic Painted Ladies. Currently you will find three vacant 27′ x 125′ entitled lots where the Painted Gentlemen will rise.
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