Kim Barnes, Top Agent
Meet the Agent

Compass Real Estate

Hyper-local market knowledge. Research and planning. Strategy and presentation. Marketing and sales. Negotiation and deadlines. Follow-up and closure. Many agents excel at some of these skills, but few excel at all. Kim is a trained communicator and negotiator with the skills and leadership to keep stakeholders involved, engaged and moving forward. Experience, leadership, resources, and above all, execution on every level sets Kim apart. Kim is expert in single family homes, condominiums, tenancy-in-common, and multi-unit properties in all of San Francisco's neighborhoods. Kim is not just your agent; she is your real estate solution. Kim Barnes

McGuire Real Estate, Top Producer
Top Agent Network
Perennial Top Producer for 15 Years
San Francisco Association of Realtors
California Association of Realtors
National Association of Realtors
From Philadelphia; moved to San Francisco in 1986
CBC-Certified Business Communicator, badge of marketing professionalism
Xerox Corporation, President’s Club. Expert, Xerox SPIN Selling and Ziff Davis Structured Selling

Compass Real Estate 1400 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, CA 94109

2015 The Luxury of Home

McGuire Real Estate is the featured real estate broker for San Francisco Bay Area in the 2015 The Luxury of Home book that showcases exceptional Architects, Interior Designers, Builders and Real Estate Brokers from around the county. View McGuire’s page and the book here.


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San Francisco Property Tax

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