Daniel specializes in investment sales with an emphasis on the disposition and acquisition of Multifamily and Mixed-Use properties in San Francisco. Daniel prides himself on being a reliable source for investors seeking accurate, up to date information about the San Francisco apartment market and its complicated regulatory ordinances.
Daniel’s commercial real estate career started in 2012, and he has since participated in closed transactions totaling over $80,000,000 worth of investment property sales. Since joining Paragon Commercial Brokerage in 2016, Daniel and his business partner John Antonini have consistently ranked in the top 1% of sales agents in San Francisco. Prior to joining Paragon Commercial, Daniel was a member of Colliers International Multifamily Advisory Group. At Colliers, Daniel spent three successful years in San Diego before moving back to his native Northern California to join the Colliers San Francisco office.
Daniel grew up in the North Bay and currently resides in San Francisco. Daniel attended San Diego State University, graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communicative Studies. Daniel is an active member of the San Francisco Association of Realtors, California Association of Realtors, and the San Francisco Apartment Association. He is also a member of the Surfrider Foundation and frequently volunteers with City Surf Project, a non-profit that introduces San Francisco’s at-risk youth to surfing.
Matt graduated from Gonzaga University with a dual degree. His love for San Francisco brought him immediately back to his native city upon graduation to begin his career in real estate. His focus is Multifamily, Mixed-Use, and Add-Value properties within The City. Matt’s degree in history and experience in construction translates to an appreciation of the eras of SF architecture.
Matt is a third-generation San Franciscan who graduated from St. Ignatius College Preparatory. He played club basketball at Gonzaga and currently plays for the Olympic Club. He is an avid golfer and walker of his dog, Aldo.