Death Rays and The Selling Season

August and the weather is depressing. While the rest of the U.S. is suffering dreadful fires and melting temperatures, the persistent marine layer of San Francisco summer has those of us who live in the 7×7 zone locked...

August 13, 2018

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What a mess! We’re in decluttering mode at my house, which means I’m experiencing firsthand the challenges of clearing things out. It seems that every item begs me to let it stay. The soiled doily that one of my grandmothers crocheted. The stack of glass plates never used in 30 years. The collection of stationery […]

No Regrets!

July 23, 2018
This post first appeared about four months ago, and I’m happy to share the news that the couple who inspired it just closed on their first home! Their search had its ups and downs, and many moments of discouragement and uncertainty. But the end result feels completely right and joyous. Hence, my original post follows. […]

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Though San Francisco is a big city and one of the densest in the country, your house hunt isn’t limited to condos and apartments. While our hometown does boast countless, luxurious options in that category, we also get to show off our character in the form of the classic, colorful, Victorian and Edwardian-inspired homes that have […]
"The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco," wrote Mark Twain. Not.
I am surprised but forgiving (as I suppress a desire to either laugh or be offended) when anybody suggests I’m only in it for the money.

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