Victor G. Makras


For nearly 30 years, Victor Makras has devoted himself to the City of San Francisco’s welfare. Victor Makras has held multiple civic positions, beginning with a four-year tenure on the San Francisco Board of Permit Appeals. On two occasions, Victor Makras was seated on the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, from 1992 to 1993 and 1996 to 2001. Victor Makras then spent three years on the San Francisco Police Commission, and fulfilled his duties as Commissioner of the San Francisco Fire Department from 2005 to 2010.

Currently, Victor Makras is a San Francisco Employees Retirement System Retirement Board member. In this capacity, Victor Makras assists in the management of a $23 billion fund reserved for retired San Francisco City and school employees. Victor Makras’ other volunteer organizations include the City College of San Francisco Mission Advisory Board and nonprofits such as the Willie L. Brown Jr. Institute and the California International Relations Foundation.

An established Real Estate Broker in San Francisco and the San Francisco Bay Area, Victor Makras was President of the 4,000-member San Francisco Association of REALTORS in 1989. Since 1990, Victor Makras has spearheaded Makras Real Estate, a leading San Francisco real estate corporation that specializes in the buying and selling of condominiums, residential properties, live-work lofts, single-family homes and apartment investments.

The property management division of Victor Makras’ firm handles all security deposit and rent collection, bill payment, and maintenance issues an owner must address, while staying within city, county, and state codes. Makras Real Estate manages over 400 buildings in San Francisco.

Victor Makras and his colleagues have represented celebrated individuals such as Robert Redford, Brian Boitano, and previous San Francisco Mayors Art Agnos and Willie L. Brown, Jr., as well as The Honorable Rudolph Giuliani.

Victor Makras is a benefactor of many charitable organizations, such as the On Your Feet Foundation, the AIDS Emergency Fund, and the Mission Housing Development Corporation. He received training in real estate from College in San Mateo county and is a member of the National Association of REALTORS.

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