San Francisco Real Estate Trends in COVID-19 Lockdown


We just released our monthly real estate market report and forecast newsletter. If you’ve been subscribed to it, check your spam folders, find it, read it, send it to a friend. Can’t find it, we got you. Read the full report by following this link. –theFrontSteps Newsletter – Real Estate Trends in COVID-19 Lockdown Subscribe … Continue reading San Francisco Real Estate Trends in COVID-19 Lockdown

“Alex made selling our house very smooth…”


Surprisingly, the devil algorithm at Yelp did not hide this wonderful testimonial from some great clients who I just helped sell their home. So I thought I’d share it with all of you here. We decided to relocate out of state after living in our house for nearly 30 years; a huge decision for us … Continue reading “Alex made selling our house very smooth…”

For Sale | The Ritz-Carlton Residence 1701 | $1,385,000


We’ll be putting this beauty on the market very soon, but as always, our readers get a sneak peek. Welcome to The Ritz-Carlton Residence 1701: sophistication and comfort in a convenient Downtown / Financial District / Union Square location.

Cole Valley Mid Century Gets $4,000,000 – Plus Overbids


It’s $1,250,000 over asking for 1238 Stanyan (#3 on the list, and worth every penny)…or to put it another way…an overbid that could almost (+$25k) buy you this condo in Cole Valley at 1240 Willard outright. Put that in your morning pastry and chew on it. As for the rest of the top 10 Overbids, … Continue reading Cole Valley Mid Century Gets $4,000,000 – Plus Overbids

SOLD | 323 Church St. #A | Mission Dolores | $1,525,000


I’m pleased to report the successful off market close of my clients’ amazing condominium in a smooth and effortless transaction. Congratulations to the buyers, and my clients (the sellers). It has been a great deal all around. Talk about a great location… Remodeled in 2015 and only lived in by one owner since, this home … Continue reading SOLD | 323 Church St. #A | Mission Dolores | $1,525,000

San Francisco Median Home Price Hits All Time High


San Francisco’s continued hot housing market reflects the incredibly strong full-employment economy that the Bay Area and the U.S. is experiencing. Not only is unemployment in San Francisco historically low (3.3%), but also the number of employees who are involuntarily part-time is falling and older workers are remaining in the work force longer. The impact … Continue reading San Francisco Median Home Price Hits All Time High