Paul O'Neil loves to work with people. He likes to get to know them, understand their needs and build trust so he can use his market knowledge, creativity and diligence to negotiate and deliver for his clients.
After a successful career in marketing and sales, Paul O’Neil moved into real estate because he loves to work with people. He likes to get to know them, understand their needs and build trust so he can use his market knowledge and diligence to deliver. With wry wit and a jovial outlook, he maintains many friendships with former clients and customers.
A sixth-generation San Franciscan, Paul knows the Bay area. He lived for 28 years in The City, before making the move to Mill Valley where he and his partner renovated a 1953 A-Frame that was recently profiled in 'The Modern A-Frame'. After graduating from San Francisco State University with a Marketing degree, Paul pursued his passion for making furniture and received a graduate degree in Industrial Arts. He maintains a keen sense of design and space planning.
He has a love of Marin County, it’s beauty, and the unique and varied properties that exist here. He is always on the lookout for distinct and interesting properties and has the vision to see the potential in properties and understand what works best for his clients.
Photo Credit: Ben Rahn/A-Frame Studio
"We were not the easiest on Paul. To say we are opinionated and demanding clients is an understatement. We also had a huge contingency to purchase a new home, based on the sale of our existing home. Paul not only navigated the challenges of our con..."
"I want a broker that understands my needs and wants. He must be considerate of my time and patient because buying a house is a very big step and a huge commitment. Paul O'Neil was understanding, accommodating and patient throughout the entire proc..."
"Paul went above and beyond for my husband and me during our extensive home search. He was very patience with us, while we figured out what we wanted in a home and thoroughly walked us through a variety of neighborhoods. Once we finally found the p..."