Born in 1968 in Modesto, Sean Schwilling was raised in the nearby foothill community of Sonora, California.
An honor roll student, champion wrestler, and licensed broadcaster while at Sonora High School, Sean was accepted to San Francisco State University in 1986 and moved to the city to pursue a Bachelors Degree in Speech & Communication with the intention of breaking into radio after graduation.
During his tenure at SFSU, Sean was a member of the Wrestling Team from 1986-1987 and founded several clubs that still exist on campus today.
Sean helped establish the Adventure Club where students both plan and participate in a variety of activities such as hiking, biking, rafting, etc. For several years Sean planned and guided the most popular event on the calendar, The Golden Gate Park Night Hike from Haight Street all the way to Ocean Beach. Another college club Sean was instrumental in establishing was the SFSU Bicycle Racing team. He not only helped establish the club, but also designed the uniforms, spearheaded fund raising, and competed in the events.
Upon graduating with honors from SFSU in 1991, Sean began a career in Radio by procuring an internship with a local morning shock jock on what was then called Wild 107. From intern, to side kick, to commercial producer, to show producer Sean spent 15 years in the industry working for high profile radio shows on two different San Francisco stations. His radio resume includes Mancow’s Morning Madhouse, The Doghouse with Elvis & JV, Sportsphone 680 with Larry Krueger, and San Francisco Giants Baseball. It was during his tenure as producer for a weekend show on KNBR called Ray Brown on Real Estate that Sean caught the Realty bug that eventually culminated in his “retirement” from radio and the issuing of his Real Estate License in 2006.
Sean made the move to the East Bay and called various neighborhoods in Berkeley and Oakland home until getting married to his wife Teddi in 2002. His son Spencer Douglas was born a year later and the family eventually settled in Castro Valley in 2008.
After retiring as one of the top radio producers in the country, Sean sought new challenges in the East Bay residential real estate scene. Sean’s sincere concern for his clientele’s overall well being, not just their realty transaction, has distinguished him from your average agent. His honesty and integrity is a trademark so clients can rest assured their not dealing with just another agent, but a trusted real estate advisor. His market savvy approach helps both buyers and sellers obtain their real estate goals.
An enthusiastic volunteer, Sean donates time and money to the Boys & Girls club in Oakland, the Alameda County Food Bank and numerous other charities through his service at Crossroads Church. In addition to spending quality time with family & friends, Sean enjoys dining out, adventure travel, nature hiking and animals.
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