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SOLD | 1673 8th Ave | Inner Sunset / Windsor Terrace | $2,465,000

Congratulations to my wonderful client on the successful acquisition of this amazing historical San Francisco home in the coveted Windsor Terrace area of town.

This home has it all: 4 bedrooms; 3.5 bathrooms; large garage for 2 cars; 2779 square feet; charm and period details galore. 58 more words

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SOLD | 11 Shephard Place | Nob Hill | $1,750,000

Congratulations to my clients on their successful purchase of this rare find of a single family home in Nob Hill at 11 Shephard Place. What it is: 4 beds, 3 baths, 1 car parking and 2243 Square feet: 31 more words

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Facebook Snags Downtown SF Office Space | New Inventory Is Still Tight | Prices Up 10.4% YOY | And Overbids

Just when you thought maybe things would cool, Fall hits, listings are gobbled up, Overbids continue, multiple offers are the norm, pickin’s are still slim (even though at last check 100 new properties hit MLS today), and… 496 more words

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Your Real Estate Market Snapshot for August 2017 from SFAR

August tends to mark the waning of housing activity ahead of the school year.

Not all buyers and sellers have children, but there are enough parents that do not want to uproot their children during the school year to historically create a natural market cooldown before any actual temperature change. 186 more words

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SOLD | Victorian Single Family in Cole Valley / Haight Ashbury | $2,250,000 Off Market

This wonderful late / early century Victorian home has all the right bones in all the right places, including a grand entryway / staircase, wood floors, fireplace, high ceilings, large garage, 4 bedrooms, yard, and potential, potential, potential. 70 more words

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Your Real Estate Market Snapshot for June 2017 from SFAR

There has been a general slowdown in sales across the country, and this cannot be blamed on negative economic news. Unemployment remains low and wage growth, though nothing to overly celebrate, has held steady or increased for several years in a row. 204 more words

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