Named San Francisco’s Favorite Real Estate Agent by Forbes, Justin Fichelson is one of the Bay Area’s top-producing agents. A San Francisco native, Justin’s knowledge of the city’s real estate is second to none. Specializing in advising both buyers and sellers and in the marketing of extraordinary properties in San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Marin and beyond, Justin leverages his creative marketing sense and global network to generate maximum exposure for his clients and their top-tier properties. Justin seamlessly integrates technology in providing a data-driven approach to real estate. Justin serves as an advisor to two top real estate technology companies; RealScout, a data-based personalized search engine and TopHap, a real estate analytics and digital brokerage services provider. His reputation for impeccable service and discretion has earned the loyalty of a distinguished clientele, including Forbes 400-ranking business executives, technology entrepreneurs and the heads of some of the biggest tech companies in the world.
Having starred on Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing San Francisco, Justin has extensive media and industry connections including close relationships with top agents and brokerages worldwide that enable Justin to offer enhanced global exposure for his clients. Justin has been a guest lecturer on the art of negotiation at UC Davis School of Law and is a frequent guest real estate expert on CNBC, CBS, Fox Business and CNN among others. He is often quoted in publications such as Forbes, Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, SF Business Times, and Business Insider.
In addition to real estate, Justin is committed to supporting a number of charitable and cultural institutions including serving as a Trustee of the American Orchestra Europa Foundation and as a member of the Junior Committee of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Previously, he was a founding board member and treasurer of The Exploratorium Lab, which raised money for the San Francisco Exploratorium, one of the world’s premier interactive science museums.