3D Strategies is a unique real estate consulting, management and brokerage services company based in the San Francisco Bay Area. We serve those who serve others, including educational institutions, faith communities, governmental agencies, nonprofits, foundations and family-owned trusts.
We'll Find You The Perfect Space
Whether you need better accommodations for your students, affordable housing for staff, a more efficient office space, or any myriad of other solutions, we will find a space the suits your needs.
We Work With Your Budget
At 3D Strategies, we understand the financial limitations that our clients face while trying to grow toward goals. We will work within your budget constraints, and in some cases provide a free evaluation consultation.
We'll help you optimize assets
Often times churches, schools, and government agencies don’t realize the value of their real estate assets. We’ll help you to make the most out of assets that you already have to further your mission.
The professionals at 3D Strategies have an extensive background in local government and commercial real estate and development. Instead of focusing on the private sector, where profits and shareholder value are of paramount importance, we wanted to create a company that was focused on using real estate to improve communities.
Our vision is to join forces with commercial real estate professionals and reach out to local churches, schools, government entities and non-profit organizations. We work closely with our clients, listening carefully, and learning their organizations’ missions, how they serve their community and what long-term goals they have for the organization. We aim to help our clients become more financially stable while utilizing their real estate properties to their highest potential.
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Cell Phone: 510.366.9931 (available 24/7)
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