San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 18, 2013
As 2013 draws to a close, Bay Area realtor Tim Gullicksen said he’s reminded by both sides of his brain to support some worthy causes.
The practical side of his brain likes the tax deductions that come along with charitable donations, while the emotional side likes the good feeling he gets with supporting people and projects he believes in.
Gullicksen is currently asking those in a position to contribute to assist him in the charities he supports. These include KQED-TV, a public television station serving northern California; National Public Radio; the California History Museum; Muttville Senior Dog Rescue; the San Francisco LGBT Museum; Frameline, a national distributor of award-winning lesbian and gay films to educational and community groups; the New Conservatory Theatre; Magic Theatre; Project Open Hand, a San Francisco-based provider of home-delivered meals, groceries and nutrition counseling to people living with HIV/AIDS, and the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.
Tim Gullicksen has worked very hard to build up trust with his clients, and the financial institutions and other brokers he works within the community. This care for the community carries over into his support for these organizations. He’s also a lifelong resident of the Bay Area, and therefore as a vast knowledge of the neighborhoods and housing markets. For more information, please visit his website at http://www.timgullicksensf.com/, or call 415-655-1588.
About the company:
Tim Gullicksen has been a top-producing agent since his first year in the business, and takes great pride in managing every aspect of each transaction. After graduating from high school in the South Bay, Tim earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and history from the University of California-Berkeley. He went on to earn his teaching credential from JFK University in Orinda, and taught kindergarten in the San Jose Unified School District. He brings an educational approach to real estate developed from that background, and sees himself as a facilitator of property transactions.