Linda Boyd

Linda received her Real Estate License in 1988 and her broker’s license in 1990. She is a member of National Association of Realtors and California Association of Realtor. These associations are instrumental in providing education and training for promoting professional & ethical Realtors. 


Born in Texas, Linda moved to the Bay Area in 1973, where she raised her two sons. After working in the electronics industry in customer service & contract management for 15 yrs she decided to pursue her life long dream of working in Real Estate Sales. 


Community service is one of Linda’s main passions. Some of the organizations she has participated in include:


Teaching a sewing class to inmates at Santa Rita Correctional Facility

Serving meals at Loaves and Fishes

Member of ARTEMIS (a women’s volunteer organization)

Treasurer of Jefferson Square Home Owner’s Association

Board member & Treasurer of Billy de Frank Center

Past Treasurer of American Business Women’s Association

Past Treasurer of Bay Area Career Women


Linda’s philosophy on working with buyers is simple. She doesn’t “sell” her clients a home. She previews everything in their price range and specifications and then makes these homes available for viewing.   Her client will NEVER be pressured into purchasing any home. She feels since they will be living in the home and making the mortgage payment they must be completely satisfied before signing a purchase contract. Her buyer’s will have the luxury of only seeing the cream of the crop.


When working with seller’s she will NEVER mislead them by inflating the value of their property just to get their business.  Sellers will be given a realistic price range on their home, ensuring their property will sell in a timely manner. 


Linda is brutally honest with her clients. Buyers are never pressured into buying more than they can afford or before they are ready. Sellers are spared frustration from inflated expectations. Communication is key; buyers & sellers will always know the status of each step of their transaction. Linda laughingly tells her clients “consider us married until our transaction is complete.”