Dolores Park has a new sign. Is it friendly and welcoming or a premature slap on the hand?
San Francisco, CA – October 17, 2011 – Pete Gallegos, Zephyr REALTOR® at the West Portal Office, has found a way to help others through volunteering with the Maisin Scholars Program, which assists students in overcoming financial obstacles in their pursuit of higher education. Founded in 2000, the program offers 75 scholarships annually to students graduating in the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) who have financial need and the ambition to continue their education.
If you're in need of a house painter, look no further than Brian Sepp of Dwell Painting. I felt so strongly about Brian's work that I made this testimonial video about him.I'm happy to talk with you further about my experience if you'd like a one-to-one conversation. Just give me a call!
San Francisco, CA – October 13, 2011 – Zephyr Real Estate has announced the addition of Jamie Howell, long-time San Francisco Realtor, to its organization. Howell began his real estate career in San Francisco in 1989 and has worked at a number of brokerages over the years.
San Francisco, CA – October 10, 2011 – Zephyr Real Estate has launched a new mobile website, once again leading the pack in customer service and innovative technology.
I'm always on the look-out for unusual elements in the properties I see
on broker's tour. It's fun to eye the whimsical, creative, or
one-of-a-kind features in homes. Today's specialty was a 12 story
condominium building in Pacific Heights that had, yes, a pool on the
roof with views of Alcatraz and the bay. And yes, it was heated!
San Francisco, CA – October 3, 2011 – Tara Donohue has been named Sales Manager of Zephyr’s West Portal Office. Donohue has been a San Francisco Realtor since 1998 and joined Zephyr in 2006, where she is a Top Producing Agent and a Seniors Real Estate Specialist.
I attended the San Francisco Business Times Structures forum Friday morning (subtitled Bold Visions and Mega Projects: Shaping San Francisco's Future)
and heard Tom Huston, the COO of the America's Cup Event Authority,
describe the race in terms that made sense to me. I've been confused as
to what was taking place when, and hopefully this will clarify for it
for those of you who might also be wondering what exactly takes place,
In an earlier post, I wrote about how sidewalk gardens can increase your property value. The Department of Public Works now has a program called Grey2Green
that provides Saturday workshops to learn how to convert sidewalk
concrete into sidewalk gardens. The workshop covers permitting,
designing, maintenance and recommendations for trees and drought
tolerant plants. The next workshop is Saturday, October 8 from 9:00
am-10:00am at the San Francisco County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park, 1199 9th Ave.
Here is the San Francisco Association’s Market Focus report for
August 2011. A report is issued each month by the Association. The
reports are a monthly analyses of the state of the housing and mortgage
markets, as well as the local economy.