The Bay Area Real Estate Market: Finding the Right Home and the Right Loan

Please join us for an informative discussion about buying a home in San Francisco and the Bay Area with Naomi Glass, MBA ‘76 and First Republic Bank.

If you are considering buying a home or looking for a strategy to navigate the real estate market in the Bay Area, this presentation is for you. The agenda will include:

  • Year In Review – during Q and A - 2017 and Looking on to 2018
  • Buying a Home in San Francisco: The Roadmap
  • Home Buying 101 – Understanding Financing
  • Questions & Answers
Date: Wednesday, March 14,, 2018
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. – Networking & Reception (food & beverages)
6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. – Presentation and Q&A
Location: First Republic Bank, 201 California Street, 7th floor, San Francisco
Cost: $15 members (members may bring a guest for same price as a member ticket); $30 non-member ticket

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Naomi Glass received her MBA degree from Harvard Business School. She has been a trusted real estate advisor to knowledgeable clients for over 30 years. Naomi’s deep market knowledge, professionalism and superior level of services led her to become one of the most highly regarded real estate brokers in San Francisco. Naomi has consistently been one of the two top agents in Coldwell Banker's San Francisco office since 1997. As an International President's Elite agent specializing in luxury property, she is at the highest level of performance in brokerage and ranked in the top 1% internationally. In the past, Naomi has given seminars on “How to Buy or Sell a Home in San Francisco” to the alumni(ae) associations of Stanford, Harvard and Princeton Universities.

Garret Spiecker is a Managing Director at First Republic Bank. He has been with the company for 10 years and provides financing for residential, multi-family and commercial properties. In addition to lending, Garret also provides financial planning and investment advisory services for his clients. Garret graduated from UC San Diego with a double major in Political Science and Economics. He also has a Certificate in Personal Financial Planning from UC Berkeley Extension.

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