Ahhh….neighbors. You love ’em. You hate ’em. You can’t live in San Francisco without ’em, and you certainly can’t easily remodel a home to today’s standards without opposition from them. Check out what just hit our inbox: If, for some reason, you can’t see the letter, which we uploaded as an image, we’ll go ahead … Continue reading Telegraph Hill Neighbors: “Our Opposition Is Unconditional”
Life at theFrontSteps is nothing but sunshine and roses. Ummm, maybe not. Today, we give you the most recent friendly email to come our way, with a few things [removed] to protect privacy: [Editor], It is unfortunate that I have to write you this email. A client of mine [removed] sent me this link to … Continue reading Letter To Editor: “Defamation, Slander, Law Suit” Fun!
Part 1: We noticed it [3373 22nd Street] hadn’t had a Sunday open in a while, but rather than a pending or sold sign outside – we noticed the sign was just gone yesterday. It isn’t on the public mls as in contract – it just isn’t there. You know the scoop? We are dying … Continue reading Letter to the Editor: “$2+ million on 22nd between Valencia and Guerrero (3373 22nd St)” and some East Bay insight
From a New York reader: I was reading an old blog post of yours about starving real estate agents. Boy can I relate. I have been forced to get a “day job” ugh, and do [real estate] at night and weekends. I need to get back on track so I can quit that damn day … Continue reading Letters to Editor: “I have been forced to get a day job”-Realtor
We received this email after our post regarding the apparent panic amongst some Realtors in San Francisco: From a fellow SF Realtor… I think Realtors looking for plugs for their listings is an attempt to cater to the new mentality of todays Buyers – not a sign of panic. The Buyers are the ones who … Continue reading Letter to Editor: “The buyers are the ones who are panicking…”
by Alex Clark From a reader, who I like to refer to as “El Dunno” regarding my mention in today’s San Francisco Chronicle Business section: Good Job, you made the Chronicle. I read about your Firehouse analysis. Too bad you weren’t quoted about your opinion of the value of the property if it were utilized … Continue reading A Hot Property and Great Quote