A San Francisco resident for over 25 years, Ceily Landman has a deep knowledge of the city and unique insight into the schools, amenities, and resources of its many neighborhoods. As a homeowner in the Inner Sunset and an income property owner in Bernal Heights, she knows firsthand the value of real estate — as a means of security, financial stability, and wealth growth.
Ceily draws on her extensive personal and professional real estate experiences to assist buyers, sellers, and investors, helping them make smart decisions to improve their long-term goals. Valuing honesty, integrity, and diligence in all her dealings, Ceily also brings a strong analytical and problem-solving approach to what can be a challenging buying or selling process, ensuring her clients realize the peace of mind that comes with making good real estate decisions.
No detail is overlooked by Ceily, who continually exceeds expectations to ensure a smooth experience for her clients. Buying or selling, her handiness and vast network of professionals quickly and seamlessly troubleshoot home fixes — even if that means doing it herself! Paired with her tech skills and streamlined, automated processes, clients can rest assured knowing that Ceily will attend to every transactional element — from scheduling showings to organizing follow-up communications — in a way that maximizes results and saves their precious time and money.
Ceily was raised in the suburbs of Philadelphia and attended the University of Colorado, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in international affairs. After graduating, she and her husband moved to San Francisco, where she launched a decade-long career as a Java software engineer. While taking time off to raise her children, Ceily purchased and remodeled multiple properties, which enables her to offer expert advice on how to maximize a home’s value, as well as provide clients access to her trusted network of contractors.
When she’s not practicing real estate or being a mom to her three kids, Ceily enjoys yoga, skiing, cooking, and running in Golden Gate Park.