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San Francisco’s Median Home Prices by Neighborhood

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Technology is a beautiful thing! This interactive map is a snapshot of median home sale prices in neighborhoods across San Francisco through May of 2019. Browse median prices for houses, condos, even co-ops and TIC (tenants in common) as applicable. It’s a handy way of zeroing in on the neighborhoods in your price point – you know, the whole “save time, save money” concept. Check out the obligatory disclaimer below, and happy clicking! ” Updated June 1, 2019: This map

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Renovations, Upgrades, and Market Value

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Here’s an unfortunate truth about the delicate business of pricing a beautifully renovated home to sell – it’s not necessarily a matter of simple arithmetic. It would be great if you could take your purchase price and tack on the cost of that renovation to get a starting number, but it just doesn’t work that way. When it comes to home valuation, the market simply doesn’t care about the specifics. What the market perceives as value isthe value. And that’s a

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Understanding Flood Risk Before Buying in San Francisco

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Even if you aren’t intimately familiar with San Francisco, you probably picture a few enormous buildings, lots of tall buildings, trollies, and at least one steep, crooked street. And you’d be correct! San Francisco topography is in fact quite hilly, which means there are high points and low points. And it’s those low areas that run the risk of flooding. As Jeff Goldblum famously said, “nature finds a way,” which is why anyone selling or renting a home in San Francisco today

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Reimagined Loft in Historic San Francisco Warehouse

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Picture it – one block from Giants baseball stadium is a historic warehouse that’s been wonderfully reimagined. With five live/work lofts on five floors, plus a common roof deck with Bay views, the property retains the best of its original features. And the renowned Feldman Architecture firm has done the rest. Now, I’m excited to show you what’s behind door number four. The 2nd  Street Loft On the fourth floor of this historic reinforced concrete building lies the handiwork of

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You Asked, We Answered – 6 Burning Questions about San Francisco

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Whether you live in the city or just aspire to call yourself a resident, people tend to have questions about San Francisco. Lots of them. Hey, we get it. There’s a lot to know about the city by the bay, so let’s dive in. Here are six burning questions about San Francisco. How’s the air quality in San Francisco? For a city with so many people, air quality is surprisingly clean. It consistently scores below 50 on the Environmental Protection

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