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Be aware of lender fraud

While most people are honest, it never hurts to look out for the crooks. That’s why I’m bringing up the idea of lender fraud, which does happen out there. The most common version of…

Let’s talk staging

When you walk into a house, first impressions mean a lot. That’s where staging comes in. It neutralizes the house to the point where a potential buyer could imagine his or her life taking place within those…

So you’re getting an appraisal?

One thing to know about appraisers is that they are going to be looking at proximity very carefully. They’ll be lending a careful eye to the immediate surrounding area – as opposed to, say, a buyer seeking…

Is it already time to refinance again?

I was recently talking to my friend Dorian Sarris at California Mortgage Advisors, and he offered some insight into today’s refinancing picture. It appears that with rates remaining near record lows, it may be time to look…

ULI: San Francisco top city for investment

San Francisco has been named the top market to watch in a joint report by the Urban Land Institute and Pricewaterhousecoopers. The report, Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2013, found that San Francisco eclipsed Washington, D.C. in terms…

From our NorCal network : The Artisan Group

777 Clayton Street, San Francisco (Haight Ashbury)
Offered at $1,650,000

For more information about this property or a referral to other areas of Northern California, please contact me.

NYTimes Article: In San Francisco, Glass-and-Steel Condos Rising by the Bay

Darcy Padilla for The New York Times

ROUGHLY two decades ago, during an earlier Internet start-up boom, many entrepreneurs and fast-typing coders and engineers set up shop in a still-gritty area of this city: South of Market Street.

The young tech crowd rented — and sometimes bought — in commercial buildings in this former warehouse area, converting them into “work-live” spaces where they operated their nascent companies and slept (once in awhile).

See the the complete article at NYTimes.com: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/21/realestate/in-san-francisco-glass-and-steel-condos-rising-by-the-bay.html

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