Best Real Estate Agent - 2002
We've met our share of oily, cutthroat denizens of the real estate world, a universe that can be particularly treacherous in San Francisco, where the competition is even more intense thanks to creative purchasing options like TICs. But Linda Harrison is a different breed of agent. She's an advocate for her clients, not herself, arming them with information, answering questions before they can think to ask any, and never pressuring someone into a sale. Plus she knows so many folks in the business that she gives you an edge over homebuyers with no-name realtors. The bonus: Harrison's not all about money; volunteer work is also part of her résumé. In Linda Harrison's world, nice gals finish first.