Betty "Bj" Droubi
- BJ started her San Francisco real estate career in 1972 when you could buy a house in Noe Valley for less than $50,000. Things have obviously changed a lot since then, and BJ has been a dominant force in the market at every step along the way. In 1976, she founded BJ Droubi & Co., which grew to become a Noe Valley institution. After years of managing the business, she is looking forward to focusing on her first love: helping buyers and sellers in the San Francisco redsidential market. When she started in real estate, she first applied for a job with Coldwell Banker but didn't have the experience to be hired. Thirty-five years later, in the ultimate ironic twist, she is thrilled that the company she founded has been acquired by Coldwell Banker.
- BJ is a Certified Real Estate Broker (CRB) and has personally represented buyers and sellers in over 1,500 transactions. Very few realtors bring this amount of experience to the table. Through the years, she has guided her clients through many different cycles in the real estate market, and she is looking forward to many more years to come.
- Achievements and Associations Voted one of the top 3 realtors in San Francisco by the San Francisco Chronicle Former Vice-President, San Francisco Association of Realtors Served for many years on the Ethics Committee of the San Francisco Association of Realtors Board Member, Noe Valley Community Development District Member, Friends of Noe Valley Member, East and West Castro Association
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