Andrea Saint-Prix chose to pursue a new path within her well-established real estate career after realizing how many of her friends and neighbors in San Francisco believed they will never be able to own a home here. As a sales agent, she is deeply passionate about connecting her clients with all the education and resources that will help them break into our challenging market, because she knows the power of homeownership as a tool for building generational wealth.
Andrea has significant experience in business operations and project management. A colleague once wrote that “she pays great attention to detail, has an uncanny ability to know what your needs are before you do, succeeds at managing a multitude of projects simultaneously, and all with tremendous grace under pressure.” These are exactly the qualities she brings to bear for the buyers and sellers she works with.
As a mortgage account executive, Andrea took pride in hosting educational seminars to help people understand the intricacies of various offerings, as well as directly assisting clients with open files. She also served for 20 years as the general manager of a 47-unit mixed use building, responsible for an annual budget exceeding $2M. In that role, Andrea helmed special projects such as the renovation of two storefronts into a full-service restaurant, for which she was involved from courting the tenant to zoning and engineering to opening night. She took ethical dealings with tenants very seriously, and her detailed paperwork review helped bring clarity to all parties. Andrea has come to enjoy reading complex contracts and is skilled at breaking down the most important points into understandable components.
Andrea is grateful for so many supportive family and friends. She is proud of her family’s Lousiana roots and grateful her parents came to California in their early 20s. She was educated at the University of San Francisco. Grateful for the care she and her son once received, she is a fierce advocate for NICU patients and professionals at California Pacific Medical Center. Andrea, an enthusiastic violinist, also supports arts and music non-profits, including SFJAZZ, the San Francisco Symphony, MoADSF, and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. She is also a board member at the Live Oak School. Her personal assistant is Maxwell, a Jack Russell terrier. They live in Russian Hill.
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