Pacific Heights Office
2523 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
One of the city’s most attractive elements is the diversity of its neighborhoods, microclimates and housing inventory. Navigating all those options can prove daunting, however, and that’s where Kim Cooper steps in.
As a REALTOR®, you can rely on her to treat each transaction with exacting professionalism and courtesy. But it’s her down-to-earth perspective and friendly demeanor that will keep her in your contact list, whether you’re looking for fresh real estate insights or referring a friend to a valuable agent.
Kim is especially adept at translating the sometimes complex verbiage of the real estate industry to her clients; you’ll know exactly what’s happening and why every step of the way. She keeps up-to-date on evolving neighborhoods, design trends, and new developments in sustainability and green housing issues. Long after you’ve finished buying or selling a property, you can still turn to her with your San Francisco real estate questions.
Kim has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for more than 45 years, and when she’s not hard at work you can find her participating in one of those quintessential California activities: cycling, surfing, gardening or dancing.
What is all this about King Tides? Well, the simple answer is that a King Tide is the highest tide of the year in a coastal location. Since we are blessed with many coastal locations, if you are photographically inclined, you can join the California King Tide Initiative, which is dedicated to capturing images of King Tides.
Posted On: Tuesday, December 11, 2012 - 5:56pm
Tags: light regime, Marin San Francisco Real Estate. building orientation, northern exposure, san francisco weather, water intrusion, weather, Winter Solstice, winter storms
Though it may not be a convenient time to buy a home, there are some really good reasons why winter is an excellent time to look at property. This article lists several advantages from a real estate perspective.
Some dear friends recently gifted me with a fit bit, which is a fancy pedometer. The process of tracking how many steps I take (goal is 10,000 daily steps) is surprisingly energizing.
Posted On: Monday, February 27, 2012 - 5:45pm
Our spring winds are here, brrrrrr, so our air quality outside is excellent, if bitter and blustery. Indoor air quality can be another story.
Posted On: Sunday, February 12, 2012 - 10:21am
Topics: Community Information
Recently I spent a couple of days at a Build It Green training, deepening my understanding of what it really means to call a building green. As many of you know, the biggest producer of greenhouse gases is not cars, but buildings. The good news is that there are many green buildings in San Francisco and Marin.
Posted On: Thursday, January 19, 2012 - 4:28pm
Wow, its been so long since it rained that the actual reality of wetness is rather a surprise. Time to unearth the umbrella and wellies. Also, if you live in San Francisco, it's a great time to consider rainwater harvesting, because the city has a great offer right now...