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.
Just in time for the 2013 America's Cup,
Fisherman's Wharf's Jefferson Street will get a makeover, turning it
into a more pedestrian friendly street by widening the sidewalks and
narrowing the street. The heart of the tourist area includes the 5
blocks between Powell and Hyde streets.
Yes! Your loan for your new home has been approved, the loan
documents have been drawn and sent to the title company for you to sign.
Once you've signed all the documents, the next and final step is the
You've made an offer that has been accepted by the seller, your
mortgage broker has sent in your loan package and the lender has not
only approved you but the home you're buying. They've agreed to give you
the money!What's next?
San Francisco, CA – February 6, 2012 – Zephyr Real Estate, San Francisco’s largest independent real estate firm, is proud to announce the company’s top producing real estate agents for 2011.