With more than 34 years of experience in San Francisco real estate, Blanche’s clients value her for her exceptional knowledge of the market place, her outstanding negotiation skills, and her professional approach to an often-emotional business. As a perennial Top Producer, Blanche is known throughout the community for her honest and sensible counsel. No matter what neighborhood or type of property, the common denominator in every transaction is the satisfaction of her clients. As Blanche says, “Long-term client loyalty and referrals are my best testimonials.”
Born in Montreal, Canada, Blanche speaks French fluently. She moved to San Francisco in 1957, where she had a successful career in public relations, advertising, and political campaign consulting before beginning her career in real estate in 1976. She joined McGuire Real Estate in 1990 and has been a consistent Top Producer.
She is an avid fan and supporter of the arts, especially opera. Blanche serves as a board member of the Merola Opera Program since 1990. She has formerly served on the boards of California Association of Realtors, Friends of the Urban Forest, and Performing Arts Workshop. She is currently a member of Russian Hill Neighbors, San Francisco Performances, Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center, SPUR, SFAR Opera Guild, and the Metropolitan Opera Guild. Blanche is a mother of three children; all raised in San Francisco, and has six grandchildren.
What Blanche’s Clients Are Saying:
To Whom It May Concern:
Blanche Streeter most recently represented a $1B (One billion dollar) estate for which I am the attorney in the sale of an $11.5MM Pacific Heights mansion. Before that she represented me in two $2MM personal real estate transactions. Prior to that I retained her as a real estate expert in one of the largest personal estate litigation matters to come before a California court until that time.
These facts speak for themselves. In each instance Blanche excelled and was, for that reason, hired for the subsequent job not withstanding that immense competition among her colleagues for the opportunity at this asset level. Despite our fiduciary obligation to consider the field of the candidates, in the final instance, none, I am convinced, would have provided Blanche’s straight and practical counsel and wisdom especially in the sale of the Pacific Heights property where complex family and estate considerations were required.
I would not hesitate to recommend Blanche to anyone or to retain her services again when the opportunity arises.