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.
I must pass this building hundreds of times a year because it's a few
blocks from my house. Walking by it the other day, I was able to
appreciate just what a wonderful building it is.
San Francisco, CA – February 28, 2012 – Zephyr has once again achieved the top spot in real estate branding in San Francisco. Nearly one out of nine real estate transactions last year involved a Zephyr agent, representing either the buyer or the seller. This equates to over 11 percent of the single-family homes, condominiums, co-ops, lofts, tenancies-in-common, and two-to-four unit buildings sold in San Francisco, 38 percent ahead of the nearest challenger.
Below is the San Francisco Association’s Market Focus report for January 2012Pockets of Movement in the San Francisco Housing Market, Despite Lessening InventoryThe
nice spring-like weather we have been experiencing has had some
positive effects on the home buying public, as it has brought more
buyers into the market.
I love old movie theaters so was pleased to read that the Art Deco theater on Mission street will
be restored and turned into a 5 screen theater with a restaurant and
Every year since 2008, San Francisco has closed streets on Sunday to
provide car-free activities between March and October. Here's the
schedule for 2012.
This article by the Bay Citizen journalist, Scott James, brings up some interesting points about rent control laws in San Francisco.
On a recent visit to a San Francisco museum, I took this picture of El Cid, the Spanish military leader. Do you know on the grounds of which museum El Cid resides?
Some new homes will be opening up in the coming months in the Mission
and Dog Patch areas of San Francisco and in Redwood City. Let me know if you're interested and I'll give you the insider scoop.