Did you know that fifty years ago, 76% of twenty-six year olds in America lived with their spouse? Today, that share has plummeted to 24%. In fact, twenty-six year olds are now more likely to live with a parent than with a spouse. A new study from Apartment List (because we’re suckers for interesting data) … Continue reading In San Francisco “Unrelated Households” Have become 31% More Common
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?
When most people think of San Francisco, they think hills…steep, steep hills, which we have a-plenty. But hills lead to valleys, and valleys lead to the flats, many of which are landfill, many of which can and often do flood (think atmospheric rivers and king tides). I know, it’s hard to imagine this city with … Continue reading San Francisco 100-Year Storm Flood Risk Map & Your Property
My friends over at Redfin just did a great report ranking the top 10 Cities to live without a car, and guess what…San Francisco wins. They asked me to share it with you, so here you go: — What makes a city livable? People have differing views, but for many city-dwellers, proximity to restaurants, grocery … Continue reading No Car? No Problem | San Francisco Rated Best City In The Nation To Live Without A Car
Living well means something different to everyone. For some of us, it means indulging in all the luxuries life offers, and to others it means living a healthy, active lifestyle. Luckily, and why we live here, San Francisco offers both. Recently the folks over at Trulia shared their perspectives on living well in this Best Neighborhoods post, which coincided with … Continue reading San Francisco Takes Top Honors On Trulia’s Best Neighborhoods List
From one of our colleagues in the industry, “Just FYI, I was notified today by another agent who ran into a family of fake buyers. Here’s more info about the fake buyers: They use the name Anna Harrison, phone number 415-200-5532. Jason Torres is the partner and there is an older gentleman claiming to be … Continue reading Agents & Sellers Beware: Fake Buyers in San Francisco