SOLD! 1130 Schrader #4

SOLD! Cole Valley condo with tons of light and stunning views across Cole Valley, Buena Vista and Sutro Forest. Remodeled Kitchen features custom wood cabinetry, marble counters, and a wine fridge. Updated Bathroom with Duravit SensoWash toilet and upscale fixtures. The large bedroom with french doors opens up to the Living Room. Convenient to all..

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A Second Wind for San Francisco Real Estate?

The Market Shifts Again after Cooling in 2016 Since the year began, preliminary data has been trickling in regarding the commercial and residential real estate markets. Indications are that things may be heating up again after a slightly slow start to the year. My take on what is happening in the market is that the November..

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08 Jun 2017
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Just Listed! 4070 17th St.

Upgraded top-floor condo in the Heart of the City, just steps from Castro Street. Take in sweeping views from the front windows, or enjoy outdoor living on the private and exclusive outdoor patio, with lush gardens, drip irrigation, wired audio, and electric heating for chilly San Francisco evenings. An eat-in kitchen with gas range flows..

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Farmers Markets of San Francisco

It’s that time of year when the farmers markets are abundant with local produce. Find the one closest you you.

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Knox Tour – New Construction

I toured the Knox recently. This new construction condo building is in what is technically the southeast corner of Potrero Hill, but really the area associates more with the Dogpatch.  One-bedroom units are starting around $800,000, two bedrooms start around $1.1 million, with the three bedroom units starting around $1.8 million. I thought the units..

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Housing Prices Dropping in SF? Maybe, Maybe Not

Preliminary Indications of Market Direction In recent months, there have been multiple reports in local media about Big Drops in San Francisco Home Prices! But, umm, we are not seeing it, neither on the ground in the hurly burly of buyers and sellers making deals, nor in the year-over-year quarterly statistics of supply and demand…

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Dogpatch – Neighborhood History and Update

Dogpatch, also known by the less fun name of Central Waterfront, is a neighborhood that is rapidly changing. Many years ago I would rarely venture in to this area as they was little there besides industry, the Hell’s Angels club, and a scattering of single family homes. Over the past 5-10 years the neighborhood has really blossomed…

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Dining Al Fresco in SF

May predictably brings some of the best weather all year, making it a great time to enjoy some al fresco dining. Here are a few places where you can enjoy a sip and nibble in the San Francisco sun.

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Bayview – Neighborhood Update

One of the warmest neighborhoods in San Francisco, the Bayview also is one of the most affordable—currently at an average of $567 a square foot. By contrast, Noe Valley homes are running $1,153 per square foot. Bayview also has mostly single-family homes, a important detail as precious few new single-family homes are being built in San Francisco. The..

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02 Apr 2017
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Four Ways to Build Wealth in Real Estate in San Francisco

Quick Market Update I had the pleasure of listening to renowned real estate economist Carole Rodoni recently. I always find her talks fascinating, and I wanted to share some of her insights on our market. She believes (as do I) that our market is shifting back to local normalcy, or at least what passes for..

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02 Apr 2017
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