Tag: Marina Times
Spending an hour or so in the waiting line sitting in front of the San Francisco Planning Department information desk at 1660 Mission Street is not my idea of entertainment.
Recently when one of my clients asked me the “Am I crazy” question, I laughed and said if you aren’t asking this question you aren’t buying a home in San Francisco.
Just when I thought I was going to write about how to take advantage of the late-summer real estate market in San Francisco, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union.
Here we are in July, and there is talk of a cooling in the real estate market. San Francisco continues to be different. So what does a softening or cool-down really mean here?
Car-stacking systems are growing in popularity amongst already dense, urban cities. Is it only a matter of time before it starts sprouting in San Francisco, I wonder?
Working as a real estate agent, I rarely meet a buyer looking for a home in a multi-unit building who does not ask about rental restrictions, specifically short-term rentals. I explain that it is important to closely read a building’s Condo Rules and Regulations (CCRs) concerning the minimum rental period in the building.
The San Francisco real estate market is a combination of heaven and hell, depending on whether you are a seller or a buyer. No need to talk about heaven, but what about buyers in …? Buying a home has challenges in all real estate markets. It feels like only yesterday that buyers were worried that […]