Real Estate Boom 2015?

UPDATE San Francisco Real Estate Boom December 1, 2015: The beginning of the year saw huge gains.  Low inventory combined with very strong buyer demand saw homes selling with multiple offers and for considerably over the asking price.  As an example, in the first 4 months of 2015 Mike and I sold 7 San Francisco properties all selling for a minimum of 20% over the asking price: 1535 33rd Ave Listed: $899,000 Sold: $1,300,000 45% Over 38 richland Ave Listed: […]

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Roots in the Mission!

Recently I’ve been thinking it would be nice to blog about places and businesses in San Francisco that I really enjoy, and try to get the proprietor to offer a discount to San Francisco Real Estate Blog readers.  Roots is the first  I love this store!  Roots on South Van Ness in the Inner Mission is a great store to get interesting plants and other great things to make your home feel more like home.  I’ve visited a few times, […]

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Market Street Facelift?

Market Street was, apparently, once a boulevard San Francisco residents were proud of.  That was 40 years ago; we all know what Market Street looks like now.  Since moving to San Francisco in 1996 I have heard over and over again how Market Street was to be revitalized, but not much would come of it.  The reason for Market Street’s fall from grace is often blamed on the construction of BART. The construction of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) […]

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Target in the Center of San Francisco!

You won’t need to head out to Colma anymore for your Target fix, there’s a location going in at the Metreon; 85,000 square feet of shopping mayham opening in 2012.  I don’t think I’ve ever actually bought anything at Target, but I know there’s a lot of love for this place.  Finally something useful at the Metreon.  Click HERE to see the whole article in the San Francisco Sentinel.

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CityPlace Mall going in on Mission Between 5th and 6th Street

The city is still trying to clean it up down there.  I’m a little surprised we need more shopping in that particular spot, but it’s replacing a number of boarded up buildings which is a good thing in my opinion. The big thing is that the city will only allow a little over 70 parking spots when the plans call for 188 spots; it’s definitely not going to have an Ikea…right?  Click HERE for the full article.

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