In 1952, three siblings bought a 3-unit building in the vibrant North Beach neighborhood, where Chinatown meets Little Italy. Three generations of family members moved in, with each sibling taking his or her respective apartment, along with their 90 year old grandmother. The ten children who lived there attended local elementary, middle and high schools over the years. The kids spent countless hours playing volleyball, baseball and other games in the sunny backyard. Sixty two years of memories, love and laughter infused the property and when the last remaining sibling passed away, it was time to sell the family compound. The remaining children (now adults with children and grandchildren of their own) interviewed several agents and they told me that they selected me because of my enthusiasm for the property and my ability to communicate that value to prospective buyers.