Over the past four years, in partnership with the Marin Association of REALTORS, SchoolsRule-Marin has received more than $90,000 in contributions from local real estate agents, with participation and funds continuing to grow annually.
As the needs of our schools increase each year, SchoolsRule is extremely grateful for the ongoing support from Marin’s realtor community, and to the following Sponsor Level Realtor Partners, whose collective generosity and investments ensure Marin’s public school students have access to the very best educational opportunities, regardless of ZIP code.
Marin Home Team
Mary Thomson, Sarah Wagner Rayburn, Victoria George, Michelle Reynolds, Diane Wagner, Tara Patton (not pictured)
With more than 50 years of collective experience, the Marin Home Team is a dynamic, collaborative team ranking in the top 1 percent of Marin Realtors for over a decade. They provide honest, relevant and valuable advice to their clients, and are dedicated to delivering unparalleled results. As proud residents of Marin County, the women believe in building communities near and far, and have been longtime supporters of SchoolsRule, Compass Cares, Home for a Home, Kiddo!, SF–Marin Food Bank, Mill Valley Public Library, buildOn, Tam High Foundation and Realtors for the Redwoods.
Making Marin Home
Kathleen Clifford and Jan Hiti
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DRE# 01321467 | DRE# 02082740
Throughout Kathleen’s 21 years in real estate, she has always been in the top 1% for productivity. Fundamental to her success is her attention and sincere commitment to her clients, as well as her tenacity in negotiating the best deals. Kathleen was born in San Francisco, graduated from UC Berkeley and lives in Mill Valley with her husband (the executive director of Mill Valley’s Kiddo Foundation). They are the proud parents of two children, educated in Mill Valley’s public schools. Kathleen’s many years in the Bay Area and her very active involvement in the community have afforded her an extensive network — a critical component to a successful real estate agent. She is involved in the Kiddo Foundation as well as the Tam High Foundation, 10,000 Degrees, Adopt a Family and SchoolsRule.
Since joining Compass in 2019, Jan has honed strong skills through her energetic work ethic and her attention to detail. She treats her clients like family, helping to achieve their dreams whether they are buying or selling. Jan’s commitment to clients, dedication to every detail of the transaction and demonstrated success as an agent have proven her to be a crucial and valuable asset. Jan has teamed up with Kathleen Clifford, one of Marin’s top agents. Together, they make a great team with many happy clients.
Dipsea Realty is a newly formed boutique real estate brokerage founded by two pairs of sisters and the mother of one pair. Dipsea Realty is the sister company to Seadrift Realty, which has served the Marin community of Stinson Beach since 1973, and this new venture takes them over the Dipsea Trail to their own backyards in the greater community of Marin to help families find their dream living. The quintet looks forward to continuing their 48 years of expertise in Stinson Beach as well as “over the hill.” Dipsea Realty was born out of the love of family and life in Marin, and as mothers to students and alumni of Marin County schools, the women are proud supporters of SchoolsRule and everything the organization works to accomplish.
Joshua Deitch Real Estate
Joshua is a reputable, in-demand agent, catering specifically to the Southern Marin area, working with people from all demographics and across all price ranges. Spending the last four years being the top-selling agent in Mill Valley with 13-plus years of real estate experience, Joshua has not only developed an in-depth understanding of the market, but an unerring eye for the enhancements that will make a home sell quickly and at the highest price. Joshua’s clients consider him to be a passionate, empathetic and honest agent. “Whether it’s getting the highest possible price for your home, the best value for your purchase, or helping you win in a multiple offer scenario, I’m dedicated to getting you what you want,” Joshua states. And as a passionate fan of this amazing little city called Mill Valley, he is happy to support SchoolsRule and other organizations that will help the community thrive for years to come.
Front Porch Realty Group
Janelle Fazackerley (Realtor), Karen Robertson Strain (broker associate) and Yoko Kasai (broker associate)
Front Porch Realty Group is a women-owned boutique real estate company where collaboration, compassion and experience coalesce to provide clients with the very best real estate care possible. Having raised their kids in various Marin County schools, the women value supporting amazing educators and all children throughout the county. The group loves to contribute to its local community. Collectively, they boast involvement with several organizations, including: the Novato Women’s Network, North Marin Community Services, the Women’s Council of REALTORS, the Marin Association of REALTORS, BAREIS (the regional Multiple Listing Service), the San Geronimo Valley Community Center and the Bishop’s Ranch.
McCarthy + Moe Group
Liz McCarthy, Shenna Moe
The McCarthy + Moe Group is refreshingly different. Its clients benefit from the synergy of the team’s combined expertise and marketing, making intelligent pricing decisions, and efficiently managing the details of every transaction. The common thread is the group’s relentless pursuit to deliver the best possible results for their clients.
Coldwell Banker Realty
Keith Offord, who was born in London, moved to California after graduating from Warwick University Law School. After living in San Francisco for many years and visiting Marin whenever possible, he moved here in the early 2000s, settling down to raise his family. “I love Marin and all it has to offer, and guiding clients through the home buying and selling process here couldn’t be more satisfying,” he said. “I am truly grateful that I have the opportunity to support the community and great organizations like SchoolsRule through my work as a realtor in Marin.”