A native San Franciscan, Bert Keane is an alumnus of St. Ignatius College Preparatory and the University of San Francisco. He’s lived in various neighborhoods like the Sunset, Marina, Russian Hill, Parnassus Heights and Cow Hollow. Because he loves the city and is passionate about it he wants his clients to experience the best that San Francisco offers.
Bert is the definition of a “people person,” working in sales and marketing his whole adult life, he’s the former Vice President of Marketing for Pacific Carbide in San Francisco. As the National Promotions Director of Warner Bros. Records in Burbank, for close to a decade, he directed the company’s promotion efforts for pop radio and worked closely with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry.
Through his service-oriented philosophy coupled with an honest and solid work ethic, he’s built strong, long-lasting relationships over the years both professionally and personally. If you ask him who is the most memorable person he has worked with, he’ll tell you it was John Lennon, whom he interviewed for several hours on the day he was tragically shot.
A lover of all things San Francisco, he guides buyers and sellers through the process with ease from his intimate knowledge of the city. Bert doesn’t shy away from a task or commitment, paying attention to every detail from start to finish. Clients value his character, integrity, and appreciate his ability to listen and relate to them on a personal level. He understands their needs and priorities, putting his excellent negotiation skills and marketing background to good use in order to provide the best service possible. Bert has personally bought and sold four homes, one TIC, and a condo.
When Bert isn’t busy helping his clients with all of their real estate needs he enjoys playing handball, golfing, and cheering on the World Series Champion San Francisco Giants. Married to his wife Ami for more than 35 years, together they raised their three sons and one daughter in the Bay Area. Bert has served on the Board of Directors for the Olympic Club in San Francisco, as well as the Catholic Charities Board in the city for eight years. He’s a proud member of the St. Ignatius Fathers' Club and the Catholic Marin Breakfast Club.