It’s time for a little comparison shopping to slap you in the face on this Tuesday morning. We’ll get right down to it, leaving the commentary to you and your friends. According to the “Fun Facts” on your favorite real estate information site, The Goods, $480,000 gets you 256 (yes, that’s two hundred fifty six) … Continue reading In San Francisco $480,000 Buys You 256 Square Feet | In Nashville…
With all the glorious rain and snow we’ve seen this winter in California (it’s been a lot!) – some may be thinking of snowy slopes and warm fires (I know this girl is!), others might already be thinking of warm beaches and mountain biking. Fear not, this Lake Tahoe beauty at 1170 Vivian Lane could … Continue reading Winter Wanderlust? Check out this $16 Million Tahoe Beauty
I think it’s important everybody living in and around, moving to and moving from San Francisco watch, and listen to this one point of view as to what is going on in our city. The implications of the insane real estate market that is upon us are real, on all levels. Everybody (not just the … Continue reading Gentrification Of San Francisco | One Perspective
Those of you that have read this blog for a while know I always have one foot out the door to greener pastures, and one eye on how much more real estate you can buy around the world. I call it “Walkabout or Wanderlust”, and I’ve had a serious case of it over the years. … Continue reading The Grass is Greener in Portland, Oregon | Premier Episode!
When readers comment, we listen… Abuseintake writes in reaction to the $401,000 Overbid at 235 28th Street in Noe Valley: …moved from a $750,000 2 bed, 1 bath shack in Dogpatch and bought a 2,800 sq.ft, 3 bed, 2 3/4 bath mid-century split-level with a stunning view, for $645,000…in Seattle. You can keep SFO. Abuseintake … Continue reading Comment Du Jour: From San Francisco Shack To Seattle Mid Century For Under $650,000
Nestled among old growth Redwoods practically smack dab in the middle of Napa and Sonoma, this property is your ticket out of the city, and into serenity. Picture yourself walking among old growth Redwoods, coffee in hand, the sound of a creek rustling by, deer crossing your path, sun shining through the towering trees, a … Continue reading John Muir Would Be Proud & Your Hipster Friends Would Be Envious