Marin and San Francisco real estate are similar beasts, except for one glaring caveat: amazing vs mediocre public schools. Single Family homes in both area’s sell for relatively similar amounts with similar buyer profiles. Given their close proximity and interdependence on each other, both area’s are on the radar of prospective buyers with a major … Continue reading How I Closed Two Homes in Marin Last Month and Why It Matters
Magical Home, Magnificent Views in this Macondray Lane Masterpiece
Maybe you’ve strolled the Macondray Lane in search of the parrots, or descended the Taylor Street steps in awe of the panoramic view. Now you could live on Macondary Lane. This 3-level, 4 bed, 4 bath Russian Hill abode is for sale, offering you a rare chance to take up residence in one of San … Continue reading Magical Home, Magnificent Views in this Macondray Lane Masterpiece
Keeping our ties a little bit in tact with the sfnewsletter, we thought you’d like to know they just posted their Tour de San Francisco (real estate). This week they take a close look at Forest Knolls. “Forest Knolls is so unbelievably different from any other area in the city, it just blows us away. … Continue reading Tour Friday!
Public School Assignments are in
So you move to San Francisco, you get out-bid on your first home, then again on your second, and finally you get the home of your dreams, a TIC that just won the condo conversion lottery. You’re excited about the neighborhood, you’ve seen the school down the street, and Wham! Reality hits. Your child might … Continue reading Public School Assignments are in
Score One for the School System
Any of you who live here with children know the headaches the schooling system throws our way. Many, many families leave the city for the very reason that the public school system is lacking. It’s actually not that bad if you do your research, and there are a surprising number of excellent K-8 public schools … Continue reading Score One for the School System