San Francisco, CA, February 10, 2014 – Zephyr Real Estate has again been awarded the Website Quality Certification (WQC) from Leading Real Estate Companies of the World®, a global network of 500+ real estate firms that presents the certification to member companies that demonstrate best practices in website design and Internet communications.
As part of an ongoing public project in collaboration with the Richmond Neighborhood public library, longtime San Francisco Chronicle photographer Frederic Larson invited a number of amateur photographers last month capture the spirit of the Richmond District neighborhood in their work.
KCBS Money Watch announced that home sales were down in December and that this was attributable to the slight rise in interest rates that occurred during the month. Seems logical, but is it remotely possible that home sales might have dipped in December because they almost always dip in December?
The Mission may fast be filling up with overtly wealthy 20-somethings but many neighborhoods in the city still host a large contingent of long-time residents and San Francisco natives. What's more, it's not too shabby a place to retire to either...
Trulia reports 8 terrible staging decisions sellers and agents can make and what to do about them.
Tony Bennett's iconic melody and tribute to the City by the Bay has been covered and remade countless times since he first belted it out in the Fairmont Hotel's Venetian Room in 1961. But you've never experienced the the city's anthem quite like this before.
San Francisco, CA, February 3, 2014 – Zephyr Real Estate has just released its annual Top Producers ranking for 2013. Zephyr’s sales for the year reached nearly $1.8 billion. The Top Ten producers collectively generated well over $400 million in closed sales.
San Francisco, CA, January 30, 2014 – Zephyr Real Estate moved in to the No. 6 spot on the just-released 2014 San Francisco Bay Area Book of Lists, up a notch from the previous year’s No. 7 spot. Zephyr’s sales volume signified an increase of over 30 percent from the prior year.
It's official: we haven't seen rain in ages and California is now experiencing a drought emergency.
The increasingly rancorous encounters between Tech buses and protesters of late have only served to bring San Francisco's long-simmering tensions regarding the gentrification of the city back onto the front burner of city politics and into the national news spotlight. And while rapidly increasing housing costs are certainly displacing many longtime residents, the effects of gentrification may actually benefit those that stay.