Tag: Real Estate Advice
It never occurred to me that my rabbit hole of an apartment might be partly to blame. But when I moved from that dark cave, everything instantly brightened up.
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.
Open buyers’ hearts and they’ll open their wallets.
Watch what you wish for by taking time to dive deeper into what you really want. I’m expert at guiding you through easy exercises to help shape your vision.
Staging is magical. It’s “theater” that evokes a buyer’s emotional response and thereby enhances a seller’s bottom line. It makes it easier for buyers to envision themselves living in a home. It psychically de-personalizes the property and displays furnishings in context. It makes a house more inviting in every way. But there’s another unexpected and little-discuss...
One day—while slurping a delicious bowl of leftover soup at my kitchen table—I trawled through real estate websites seeking lunchtime diversion and entertainment. I found folks chatting and blogging about interest rates, rent control, condo conversions, city permits, taxes and when is the best time to buy or sell. I found top producers hosting virtual tours of […]