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McGuire’s Weekly Top 10 Properties Viewed » 04.16.15

Posted On April 16th, 2015 by McGuire Real Estate | No Comments

For today’s average buyer and seller, searching for a home has largely moved online. A plethora of properties can be found in just a few clicks, sometimes making it more difficult to stay on top of the week’s favorite picks. However, there’s no need to worry because it just got easier with this trending list. The McGuire Weekly Top 10 allow you to see which homes, condominiums and lofts attracted the most online views over the last seven days, as well…

 
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Follow @AldoCongi on #TuesdayTour » 04.14.15

Posted On April 16th, 2015 by McGuire Real Estate | No Comments

To recap this week’s #AldoTueTour we decided to seek out the wisdom of Coach Congi. Now yes, technically “Coach Congi” is actually just Aldo, but this is our clever (possibly confusing) attempt to say the same thing we’ve been saying just slightly different. It’s also part of the bigger point. For weeks now, the pace of the #SFRE market has been at a dead sprint. Those who are successfully crossing the finish line are the ones who’re ready, set, and…

 
Victoria Clemons

The Different Types of Ownership: Townhouses, Condos, TICs & Co-Ops

Posted On April 15th, 2015 by Victoria Clemons | No Comments

What is the first thing that comes to mind when people think of buying a home? Most buyers immediately picture a single-family home with a back yard and a pet. Right? But for many of us, especially individuals and families looking to buy in an urban area like San Francisco, a condominium, a townhouse or an apartment could be a more likely choice. So, what kind of animals condos and townhouse are? And what about co-ops, which are so common in big cities like…

 
Carole Isaacs

Explore New Condos in Changing Neighborhoods » Marina Times

Posted On April 13th, 2015 by Carole Isaacs | No Comments

From the Van Ness corridor, Hayes Valley, the Mission, South of Market, Mission Bay to Dog Patch, San Francisco is undergoing dramatic change. If you are considering buying in any of these neighborhoods, it is especially important to be aware of your preconceived notions and to explore new possibilities. Much of the new construction is located in neighborhoods that are in transition or newly developed from the ground up. You will need to think creatively to buy a condo in…

 
Cynthia Cummins

If Our House Could Talk, I’d Listen

Posted On April 12th, 2015 by Cynthia Cummins | No Comments

A New York Times article today focuses on Seattle’s “shrine to defiance,” the home of the late Edith Macefield, who refused to sell her bungalow to developers. She lived there until her death in 2008 at the age of 86. The house stands today—though not for much longer, apparently—hemmed in on three sides by tall commercial buildings. Comparisons to the cartoon house in the movie Up are understandable, but I couldn’t help but think of the Virginia Lee Burton book…

 
Lisa Vukovic

Best Properties with Golden Gate Bridge Views

Posted On April 11th, 2015 by Lisa Vukovic | No Comments

Presidio Heights and Pacific Heights offer the best properties with Golden Gate Bridge Views. The Golden Gate Bridge is by far the most iconic landmarks in San Francisco. Nothing makes a home more valuable than having breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge. So if you are in the market to buy, here are the best properties with stunning Golden Gate views!    1.) 2900 Vallejo Street (Pacific Heights) – $14,500,000 This home offers the most surreal feeling of San Francisco…

 
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TIME-LAPSE VIDEO TOUR: 880 Pacheco Street » $3,249,000

Posted On April 10th, 2015 by McGuire Real Estate | No Comments

Introducing 880 Pacheco St. San Francisco, CA from theREALhomeTOUR on Vimeo.   Visit 880Pacheco.com Welcome to a journey through one of the most unique homes in all of the city. Few homes have a panoramic view which allows one to see the sunrise and the sunset. Please contact McGuire Partner & Top Producer, Mike Riordan at 415.296.2135 or mriordan@mcguire.com, for more information or to schedule a private showing.     Stay connected. Join the conversation. Follow McGuire Real Estate @

 
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McGuire’s Weekly Top 10 Properties Viewed » 04.08.15

Posted On April 8th, 2015 by McGuire Real Estate | No Comments

For today’s average buyer and seller, searching for a home has largely moved online. A plethora of properties can be found in just a few clicks, sometimes making it more difficult to stay on top of the week’s favorite picks. However, there’s no need to worry because it just got easier with this trending list. The McGuire Weekly Top 10 allow you to see which homes, condominiums and lofts attracted the most online views over the last seven days, as well…

 
Cynthia Cummins

Should You Do A “Bubble Assessment” Before Buying?

Posted On April 7th, 2015 by Cynthia Cummins | No Comments

  Q: When buying a first home, is it important to assess if the market is in a bubble, or just buy and go with it? A: In my 28 years as a Realtor, I’ve watched at least half a dozen would-be buyers struggle with the bubble question. They waited for a clear sign that we weren‘t in a bubble or that we were at the so-called bottom of the market. I’ve seen them sitting on the sidelines in a…

 
Lisa Vukovic

Record Breaking $30 Million Pacific Heights Penthouse

Posted On April 3rd, 2015 by Lisa Vukovic | No Comments

When the top floor Pacific Heights Penthouse at 2006 Washington Street closes for $30 million it will set a new record for condo sales in San Francisco! It was purchased in 2000 for $14 million in an off market sale. It is currently in contract off market for $30 million! The building is regarded as one of the most exclusive co-ops in San Francisco. It was designed in 1924 by Conrad Alfred Meussdorffer who was a well known architect in…

 
 
 

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