Joske Thompson

Global Real Estate Advisor ⋅ CIPS ⋅FIABCI

President Emeritus, SFAR Global Business Council

Certified Transnational Referral Agent


Skilled Negotiator

Represents your interests and knows how to make a smart deal that works for you.

Expert Facilitator

Handles all the details for you, leading your transaction to a smooth, successful close.

Trusted Counselor

Provides valuable personal perspective and advice you can count on.

Joske has been a licensed real estate broker since 1983. His extensive experience in both residential and commercial sales over the last 39 years has made him a coveted real estate resource.

His instinctual ability to identify market directions and new market trends within the San Francisco property market was honed in his background when he co-founded the real estate division at an Australian Merchant Bank.

His global reach as a Certified International Property Specialist is complemented by local expertise in San Francisco, where he is consistently ranked as a top producing agent and is Chair of the Global Business Council at the San Francisco Association of Realtors.

Facilitating international business development, Joske is a member of FIABCI, an elite network represented by 65 countries with members of all professions of the real estate sector. Joske's extensive knowledge on international property and investment practices, paired with his robust worldwide network, affords Joske the competitive edge to deliver successful strategies for his global clientele.

Joske works equally well with property sellers and those looking to buy property in San Francisco, primarily because he never loses sight of their goals. He has established a solid reputation for adeptly representing luxury real estate buyers, sellers, and developers from across the globe. He has sold properties in exclusive territories in San Francisco, Marin County, Sonoma County, Napa Valley, and Lake Tahoe.

During his time away from the office, Joske enjoys the arts. He has served on the boards of several organizations, including SECA at SFMOMA, SF Art & Film for Teenagers, The Joe Goode Performance Group, and Capp Street Project/California College of the Arts.