For someone like me who would recycle dryer lint if I could, these two new programs may appeal to your inner green as much as they did mine.
San Francisco, CA – April 23, 2012 – Danielle Lazier, Zephyr Real Estate agent, just became a licensed real estate broker. California’s rigorous requirements for this achievement include a written examination just to apply for the licensure. A sterling record, current relevant experience and completion of multiple college-level courses are also part of the criteria. Only one in four members of the California Association of Realtors achieves this distinction.
Last month I discussed the low statistics for “Months Supply of Inventory” and the fact that buyer demand for property has increased dramatically. This month I thought I would say a few words about WHY the supply of properties is so low.
If you are a frequent traveler to or from Marin, you should know that there is a planned closure of one of the main thoroughfare on the weekend of April 27-30. Details can be found at www.presidioparkway.org. You can also subscribe to their email alerts to get updates on future closures.
Did you know that the wonderful exhibits at the California Academy of Sciences are free to neighborhoods
on specific dates during the year? Check out the schedule below or
click on the link above. The hours are 9:30-5pm. It's a great way to
spend the day with the entire family!
“You can’t time the market”- How many times have you heard that? The
reason this adage is so enduring is because it is so true. Every time
there is a change in the real estate market it seems to take buyers,
sellers and even REALTORS® by surprise. It seems we all assume that the
market will be the same tomorrow as it is today, yet we all know that’s
just not how things work. There are few better examples of a cyclical
market than real estate.
San Francisco, CA – March 19, 2012 – A Billionaire’s Row residence on Broadway in Pacific Heights just sold in a private, off-market sale. Anna Spathis and Dennis Stavropoulos of Zephyr Real Estate represented the buyer. The grand estate had a list price of $28.5 million.
San Francisco has placed its publicly available data on a website,
all in one place, to make it easy to search for just about anything.
Like the all-in-one 311 call center that eliminated the need to keep a
list of the different city departments, this website allows you to
search for crime statistics on a map, look at the neighborhood
boundaries, find film locations, and much more.
San Francisco, CA – March 12, 2012 – Don Woolhouse has achieved the top sales volume spot at Zephyr Real Estate for the fourth quarter of 2011. Woolhouse closed $17.9 million in transactions in some of San Francisco’s most in-demand neighborhoods, such as Noe Valley, Duboce Triangle and Ashbury Heights, as well as in Tiburon with individual sales prices ranging as high as $3 million.
San Francisco, CA – March 6, 2012 –Zephyr Agent Julie Reber has listed San Francisco’s most eco-friendly 19th Century home, located at 1566 Sanchez Street in San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood.