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Vince Sheehan | TEAM LEADER

Your Marin & San Francisco Bay Area Broker

415.302.2500


Vince Sheehan, San Francisco native and Marin resident since 1988, and a licensed Broker since 1979. Vince and Stacy pride themselves in their personal service and careful attention to their clients, friends and family. They are well respected for their professionalism and integrity by the Real Estate communities in Marin, San Francisco & Sonoma counties. [MORE...]

Stacy Lynch | TEAM LEADER

Seasoned Marin Realtor, resident and homeowner

415.717.6432


Stacy Lynch, born and raised in San Francisco, has been a Marin resident since 1986. Motivated by the beauty and significance of home, community and California, her clients –some of the coolest out there– come first. There is nothing quite like handing the keys over to first-time home buyers; this is her pièce de résistance. [more...]

 

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COMMUNITIES

novato-building
What is now Novato was originally the site of several Coast Miwok villages: Chokecherry, near downtown Novato;...
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Stroll through our Downtown District and discover unique dining, shopping and cultural opportunities. Pick up...
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Early Queen Anne Victorians, false-front store facades, a Mission revival-style church and City Hall, all...
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From Native Americans and Spanish explorers, to rum runners and hippies, Sausalito’s story boasts a...
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On December 21, 1896, 57 people voted to incorporate Belvedere as a city - 33...
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The Town of Tiburon is located just north of San Francisco, in Marin County, California....
Mill Valley is located just 15 minutes north of San Francisco in the shadow of...
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For thousands of years prior to 1800, the Coast Miwok Indians lived and were sustained...
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The small, charming town of Corte Madera lies at the foot of legendary Mount Tamalpais....
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In a world shifting towards McMansions, Strip Malls, and architectural and suburban monotony, Fairfax is...
The land in and around San Anselmo was mostly pastoral until 1874, when the North...
Marin County is magical. The smallest of the San Francisco Bay Area counties, both in...

IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD

When it comes to updating an older home, you can make big style statements on a small budget, experienced decorators say. “Start with a pop of color,” Keysha Jillian, owner of Jillian’s Designs in Tampa, Fla. told Reader’s Digest in...
Hosting Parties While Your Home Is on the Market
One of the tricky things about selling a house is maintaining a balance between enjoying your home and keeping it in open house condition. During the summer, it’s only natural to want to invite people over for a backyard barbecue...
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Summer weather brings backyard suppers to mind; picnic favorites, savory barbecues, chicken roasting on a spit. But it calls out for company, and entertaining can be difficult at best when you’re dealing with a small backyard. Cheer up if you’re...
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If you’re revamping your interior design scheme, you may be considering a new color palette. Should you go with earthy hues? Vibrant jewel tones? Cool blues and grays? Below are five ways to pick a color scheme that will work...
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Do you love fine dining but don’t quite have the budget? Or perhaps you’re looking to jazz up date night or create a fun evening for friends. Below are five ways to turn your dining room into a restaurant. Clear...
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Remodeling a home, even in minor ways, can increase a family’s comfort and enjoyment. But whether or not they’re planning to sell, many homeowners considering an upgrade wonder how much the planned project will increase the value of their home....
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For empty nesters and others, moving into a smaller space can mean less maintenance and a welcome bump in discretionary income. But what to keep and what to toss can be a difficult, and sometimes painful, decision. The editors at...
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Ugh. Moving, right? Packing, coordinating, updating contacts and everything that goes along with it is time consuming in itself. Managing to squeeze it all in when you have a full-time job or kids to take care of? Sometimes it seems...
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Today’s Ask the Expert column features Dan Steward, president of Pillar To Post Home Inspectors. Q: Should sellers get a home inspection to help the mortgage process along? A: If you’re a seller, it behooves you to get your own home inspection...
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If you’ve been thinking about buying a second home, now is a good time to take the leap. Mortgage rates are still historically low. But there are some vital things to do before you start shopping. Follow these steps to...
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A home’s roof is its most important feature, and for good reason. If the roof leaks or is damaged in some way, it can lead to a host of problems — and insurance claims. Many home insurance companies limit how...
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Buying a home without air conditioning? You’re going to want to consider the costs of installing central air. A home without central air sounds manageable if you’re buying the home in the fall or winter. But come spring or summer,...


October 8, 2018

Budget-Friendly Tricks for Updating Your Older Home

When it comes to updating an older home, you can make big style statements on a small budget, experienced decorators say. “Start with a pop of […]
June 16, 2018
Three generations gathered at the table

Making the Most of a Small Backyard

Summer weather brings backyard suppers to mind; picnic favorites, savory barbecues, chicken roasting on a spit. But it calls out for company, and entertaining can be […]