I just released our latest and greatest San Francisco market report via sfnewsletter, as well as a link to the most accurate and up to date real time Sold Property Reports you’ll find anywhere – via The Goods. To get this great information delivered to your inbox you have options: 1) Sign up at http://www.sfnewsletter.com … Continue reading San Francisco Neighborhood Home Prices Continue To Break Records
Recent Listing Featured In The Week Magazine
My recent listing at 2154A Market St was featured in the “Best properties on the market: Spectacular urban homes” section of The Week magazine. (Granted, it had already been sold by the time the publication was printed, but that’s great exposure!) Your property could also reach 570,000 affluent, highly educated print readers and 12 million web viewers of The … Continue reading Recent Listing Featured In The Week Magazine
If You’re Gonna Relocate To San Francisco, Now You Know A “Best” Blog To Help You
Much to our surprise, we popped up on Relocation.com as one of the “Best Real Estate Blogs In San Francisco”. We love a good review and you know we’re sharing it with you, so tell your friends: The Front Steps from Alex Clark [that’s me!] is a great guide to San Francisco real estate, including … Continue reading If You’re Gonna Relocate To San Francisco, Now You Know A “Best” Blog To Help You
Subscribe To theFrontSteps, So You Don’t Miss A Thing
Just because we’re not here on the blog posting daily, doesn’t mean we’re not out there hustling real estate. There are many ways to keep up on little tidbits here and there: Twitter Tweets; sfnewsletter; and less and less frequently Tour de San Francisco (real estate); but THE BEST way to know when new content … Continue reading Subscribe To theFrontSteps, So You Don’t Miss A Thing
Welcome to our new site!
Welcome to the new look of theFrontSteps. Although I was hoping to change the site up completely, I learned a lot from my attempt on .ORG to steer me into keeping things very much the same, but changing servers to allow more flexibility on future features, posts, and anything else. The first thing I have … Continue reading Welcome to our new site!
Mac it is…learning (and vacation) begins
Getting to know the San Francisco real estate market is (relatively) easy, getting to know a new iMac is something altogether daunting. Have no fear, I will prevail and theFrontSteps will be running at full speed come August 25th or so. Yup, I bought a new iMac, this one to be exact, and there is … Continue reading Mac it is…learning (and vacation) begins
Horn tooting! theFrontSteps gets accolades (yet again)
Nobody likes a jumpclaimer, especially in these here parts, but every now and then you gotta toot your own horn. Just as soon as The Registry gets their newest edition up and running online, we’ll link to it, but for now, this is what was said in a recent column “Navigating the Bay Area Real … Continue reading Horn tooting! theFrontSteps gets accolades (yet again)
Check me out on Examiner.com
I have a new gig at Examiner.com, and I hope you’ll join me there from time to time. I still expect to do the lion’s share of my writing here and on sfnewsletter, but this sounded like an opportunity I shouldn’t pass up. Check it out, and as always, help spread the word. [Update: Ugly … Continue reading Check me out on Examiner.com
Come join the San Francisco Real Estate party
As “Missionite” says, we’re trying to get everyone in the same sandbox. The party is over at theFrontSteps.ORG, but where are you? Come join, start a discussion, throw up a few videos and so much more. It’s waaay more interactive than all this top down dribble we spew on a (almost) daily basis over here. … Continue reading Come join the San Francisco Real Estate party
What’s up with the silence?
As many of you know, this little San Francisco Real Estate blog (not so little anymore) is a hobby. My main focus is still selling real estate in San Francisco and making sfnewsletter the best it can be. I’m currently working with many clients, as well as enjoying seeing sfnewsletter take off, not to mention … Continue reading What’s up with the silence?
Our new comment policy
Take note: comments are no longer moderated. You can view our new, elaborate, multi-paged, legal document here. Essentially, “as of 1/16/2008 comments will no longer be moderated. You are free to say whatever you like. We will be reading and watching, but if you get into a heated discussion with someone, be prepared to defend … Continue reading Our new comment policy
We Made the Papers! But I must add…
Maybe my interview that ran in this article on SFGate, which will also be in the Sunday San Francisco Chronicle, wasn’t necessarily the best spin on what I actually said over the 45 minute conversation with Carol, but a little publicity is always good, and Carol does, for the most part, do a very good … Continue reading We Made the Papers! But I must add…
Redfin reboots, or at least adds a SF Bay Area Page
This is all it really takes to get on our good side, and get us to check out a site…again, “We added you to our real estate blog links because we think your site is a great place for people to read up on the SF real estate market.-Redfin” That and cocktails at any reputable … Continue reading Redfin reboots, or at least adds a SF Bay Area Page
Comment du jour: “…crap du jour on socketsite?”
This “comment du jour” by “James” was too good to pass up: Is it me or are the comments and posters on here so much more valuable than the crap du jour on socketsite? As Kenny said in his reply, “Totally…I feel like the point of this blog site is to try to make sense … Continue reading Comment du jour: “…crap du jour on socketsite?”
Commenting on our blog
[Update 8/13/07 9:22 a.m.: All filtering, link blocking, black list word catching…everything, has been turned off. WordPress has been notified, and we are not posting any new content until the commenting is fixed. Thank you for your patience.] We thought this important enough to put up on the front page. A reader just recently commented: … Continue reading Commenting on our blog