Ron Abta Real Estate Agent at TRI Coldwell Banker

Ron Abta

Real Estate Agent at
TRI Coldwell Banker

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  • First Time Home Buyers
  • Investment Properties
  • Probate
  • New Construction
  • Luxury Specialist

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Agent Highlights

Ron sells properties fast - selling more than 48% quicker than the average San Francisco agent.
Ron has great Condo experience - having sold 182 more condos than the average agent.
Ron is a TIC expert - transacting over 78% more tenancies-in-common than the average agent.

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More about Ron Abta

Customer Service Philosophy I am 100% customer service driven while also providing a keen business sense garnered from my Economics degree from Berkeley and MBA from Stanford. I have been around real estate my whole life with my mother being a real estate developer, my father being a mortgage broker, and my in-laws being Realtors in the East Bay. I am proud to be ranked in the top 5 of all real estate agents in San Francisco (out of over 4,000 agents), having completed over $1 billion in closed transactions. My strong suits: patience; no pressure approach; deep quantitative analysis skills; and always putting my clients first. I stand for integrity and strong business ethics and hope to put my real estate expertise to good use for you in the near future.


Top Producer 2020


UC Berkeley, Stanford MBA

Other Certifications

Guest real estate lecturer, Stanford Business School


Top 1% of San Francisco Agents, Top 185 in the country, as ranked by the Wall Street Journal

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Ron Abta's Reviews & Ratings

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Ron Abta

  • Ron listed and sold my home

      Ron was great!

    • Ron helped me buy a home

        Very good, easy to work with and had my best interests at heart

      • Ron listed, but didn't sell, my home

          It was alright he was good at what he did