“I love the sfnewsletter!”

As some of you know, the editor here is also the editor at sfnewsletter, which is fast becoming THE newsletter for San Francisco real estate professionals to keep in front of their sphere of influence.

Not only will your sphere thank you for all the great market knowledge sfnewsletter provides, but they’ll also be able to see all the comps for San Francisco sortable by property type and neighborhood. Properties that just hit the market within the past 7 days, and properties that SOLD within the past month.

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Also included every week, a list of foreclosures, and tons more data from Altos Research.

The testimonials are a mile long, and the benefits to Realtors run deep.

I find your newsletter the best source of what’s really happening with the real estate market. You present a picture of the market that is based on real data without the alarmist tone that the media takes.-reader

If you are a real estate agent or mortgage broker in San Francisco, you should be sending sfnewsletter to your clients, especially since the market has cooled and it is imperative you keep in front of them while the market runs its course.-Broker at a local firm.

I met Michelle at a Sunday open house I was holding for another agent. I was giving out CMA reports for active and sold listings in the neighborhood and talking about how my sfnewsletter gives people access to these reports. She signed up and 5 or 6 months later I got an email from her to say she and a friend were in the market for a two unit building and they needed an agent, was I interested in meeting to discuss? We met and discussed and about 3 or 4 months after that, they were moving in to their building!-Eddie O’ Sullivan (Hill & Co.)

You customize it, sfnewsletter sends it, you benefit. It’s a no brainer, really. sfnewsletter also encourages agents from all offices to share information that is published on sfnewsletter, thus painting THE most accurate account of market activity in San Francisco.

Agents please visit sfnewsletter.com to learn more and sign up.

To be added to the distribution of the sfnewsletter, please tell your Realtor/Mortgage broker to send it to you. If you are not working with a Realtor already, you can get Alex’s sfnewsletter by following this link.

Receiving sfnewsletter will ensure you know more than your neighbors about the market, but not as much as us. ;-)

If you are a Realtor and would like to know what your colleagues who use sfnewsletter are saying, send an email to sfnewsletter@gmail.com.

3 thoughts on ““I love the sfnewsletter!”

  1. James,

    It says Infinity because the places are gigantic. Actually, it says that when square footage is not included. We could have it say 0, but we like Infinity…it’s more fun.

    Here is a link to the “new on market” reports which give you an idea of what the “sold” reports are all about without having to enter a password. Our agreement with MLS requires the password on the “sold reports”.

  2. very cool. that 75 folsom deal for 2.5mm looks like a good comp for my place. is that the hills brothers building?

    it would be great if you could add additional info to these reports like the selling agent and even the buyers agent so we could start to see who the real players are in this town.

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