What Is My Home Worth? Why Online Valuations Stink, So Do Appraisers


“What do you think my home is worth?” “How’s the market?” By far, the two most asked questions of any real estate agent. We’d venture as to say the latter is more common, but the former is certainly something on everyone’s mind. So how do you answer this, and how do you, the person not … Continue reading What Is My Home Worth? Why Online Valuations Stink, So Do Appraisers

Is COPA half full or half empty?


Did you know that SF supervisors passed legislation to give non-profits the right of first offer and refusal to purchase a multi-unit building? They sure did. It was supposed to go into full effect on June 2, 2019, but it seems there are few kinks to iron out. The Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community … Continue reading Is COPA half full or half empty?

SOLD | 1177 California #1024, Nob Hill, San Francisco


I’m pleased to announce the successful off market purchase of an awesome unit at Gramercy Towers in San Francisco’s one and only Nob Hill district. My clients got word of this new listing, called me up, and we snagged it before it had a chance to go to MLS. They are thrilled, seller is happy, … Continue reading SOLD | 1177 California #1024, Nob Hill, San Francisco

Featured Today On SFGate: 3 Of My Recent Transactions


High prices? No problem. Homes in Bay Area selling faster than anywhere else in the nation: http://t.co/1OOsIcC27D pic.twitter.com/qp1HOxjau7 — SFGate (@SFGate) April 16, 2015 I wouldn’t have been able to achieve these successful sales without the epic staging by Katrina Schissel of GiGi Park, my great photographers, my in house team, and especially my amazing … Continue reading Featured Today On SFGate: 3 Of My Recent Transactions

Buying A Home In San Francisco – Step 5 And Beyond: Depends On How Step 4 Goes


There is one guarantee after writing an offer on a property in San Francisco, and that is there is no guarantee you’ll get the property. With multiple offers all too common, sellers holding the upper hand, extremely low inventory, and thousands of buyers in the market, writing an offer is only part of the property … Continue reading Buying A Home In San Francisco – Step 5 And Beyond: Depends On How Step 4 Goes

Buying A Home In San Francisco – Step 4: Make An Offer (Choose A Realtor)


Here you are, having completed Step 1, Step 2, and Step 3 of the home buying process in San Francisco. Now what? This is the moment you’ve been waiting for. You’ve found the perfect (or almost perfect) property, you’re educated on the market, you’ve seen what other comparable properties are selling for, you love the … Continue reading Buying A Home In San Francisco – Step 4: Make An Offer (Choose A Realtor)