Looking for an Owner-Occupant Investor!

Do you know an owner-occupant investor who wants a great deal? My new listing with John Lukrich of my office is a prime mixed-use Edwardian two-unit building at 6038-6040 Geary Blvd. in the Central Richmond. It is listed at $1,495,000. Above is a home-like residential unit which has 4 bedrooms, classic formal living and dining rooms and one full bath and a water closet. The lower commercial unit is occupied by a florist and has one bath with a back

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Another Happy Buyer!

I recently had the pleasure of working with Taylor Jang and helping him buy his first condo in the city. Taylor was renting a place in Noe Valley and had grown to love the neighborhood. When he saw the condo on Day Street, he was excited because it was across the street from where he likes to “shoot hoops.” Here is what he said about the process of buying his place: “Working with Carol was a pleasure.  She is incredibly

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Why a TIC Unit Can Be a Good Buy!

A super cute listing on Wayne Place at #32 that I currently have on the market is located in a very walkable location near North Beach, Russian Hill and downtown. It is priced at $765,000 and has two bedrooms, one bath, and an in-unit washer/dryer, outdoor shared space and parking. And at this price point owning this great home is almost less expensive than renting a comparable property and you get to build equity! What is a TIC? While we

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Forest Knolls View Home Quickly Goes Pending!

In case you are wondering if the real estate market has cooled down, it does not look like it. My recent new listing at 2 Lake Forest Court in Forest Knolls went pending two weeks after it came on the market, receiving 2 offers and going substantially over the asking price. The 3 bedroom view home is located on a leafy cul-de-sac in Forest Knolls. The owner who built the home in 1961 lived there until she passed away at

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Just Sold – Two Bedroom Luxury Condo!

I recently helped a sweet millennial couple buy a two bedroom luxury unit at One Mission Bay. It was listed for $1,560,000. It is exactly what they were looking for – a newly built condo in a building with lots of amenities to support their busy lifestyle. There is a heated outdoor pool and spa, a 24 hour lobby attendant, a guest suite for visiting parents, and a gym to name a few. Not to mention a view! The neighborhood

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Just Sold!

My buyers just closed on this “oh so cute” cottage condo in Mission Dolores. It is in a development by Donald MacDonald Architects that is set back from Guerrero near 14th Street. It contains 10 sweet cottages. This one is a two bedroom, one bath cottage. Parking is in front. There is a shared garden in the back. It is a very unique living situation for San Francisco. (MacDonald Architects has another similar development in Duboce Triangle.)   We were

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With Fewer Properties on the Market As We Head Into July, There Are Still Some Great Opportunities!

I hear the complaints regularly from buyers that there is not enough inventory in San Francisco.  And now as we head into July, there will be even less.  However, there are still some good opportunities out there. I just brought on a gorgeous spacious corner loft in SOMA which is pictured here. It has a great feel with its warm colors and rustic, natural wood finishes.  It has an open floor plan with a 142 square foot private exclusive use

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“Just Sold” in Noe Valley – The Neighborhood Continues to be Competitive for Buyers

I just represented a couple who made their first offer on a home in Noe Valley. They were substantially outbid by a buyer who offered hundreds of thousands of dollars over their offer. My clients were ready when they made their second offer for a nicely renovated Edwardian home in Noe on 29th Street. They prevailed in this second offer and now are excited to move into a place they love that they can call home. 🙂

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The $110 Parking Ticket to Avoid!

Parking can be challenging sometimes in our Presidio Heights neighborhood because of the neverending construction which takes up parking spaces. We park on the street because we don’t have a garage. Normally, we can park within a block or two of our place but at times during the day, it can be a little more challenging. This brings me to January 10 after we had just come back from the holidays. On that date, I drove back from an early

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The Latest on the Real Estate Market in Presidio Heights!

I have lived in Presidio Heights for almost 20 years now and have seen changes in the composition of people who live in this beautiful leafy neighborhood. As more people move out of their homes and downsize, younger families have moved in to buy, and some, to renovate homes. It is a great place to live with an unbeatable location near the Presidio and the charming shops of Sacramento Street. The San Francisco real estate market is beginning to change

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