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By Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality
(Compass)
Comments 18
Need space? Want room to breathe? Like to golf, jog, and enjoy the beach? Check out 109 Summit Way, San Francisco. Enjoy three levels of sunlit living, with 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, laundry room, and tandem garage parking that leads directly into living area. A deck off the upstairs dining room and...

By Debra Donovan, San Francisco Real Estate
(Park North Real Estate)
Comments 0
While median pricing for both single family homes and condos fell in October, there were some glimmers of light in the month's data. For one, fewer new listings came on-market  and there were fewer active listings at the end of the month compared to September 2020. This could help stabilize the m...

By Debra Donovan, San Francisco Real Estate
(Park North Real Estate)
Comments 0
In September the median sales price for single family homes was up again year-over-year as well as compared to August, while the condo/ loft market continued to see decreases over the same periods. Condo pricing has softened due to large inventory on the market as discussed in last month's update...

By Debra Donovan, San Francisco Real Estate
(Park North Real Estate)
Comments 1
Single family home prices nudged up a bit year-over-year while condo and loft prices remained flat in August. New listings for single family homes decreased compared to last year and last month, but they also saw an increase in active listings by the end of the month. Meanwhile condos and lofts i...

By Debra Donovan, San Francisco Real Estate
(Park North Real Estate)
Comments 1
 Median prices were up year-over-year in July, showing San Francisco real estate continues to be a healthy market albeit not has "gangbusters" as we've seen in years past. After years of weak inventory we're seeing an influx of new listings particularly in the condo market, with some neighborhood...

By Debra Donovan, San Francisco Real Estate
(Park North Real Estate)
Comments 2
June statistics show that after a so-so May San Francisco real estate revived a bit, particularly with single family homes which hit a new median price high. Condos and lofts prices also lifted compared to May, but are still down compared to last year. Dirt-cheap interest rates continue to drive ...

By Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality
(Compass)
Comments 26
After reading many wonderful posts written by Ron and Alexandra Seigel as they share their beach walks with us, I felt a yearning to visit little Marshall Beach in San Francisco which I hadn't done for too long.I've written about Marshall Beach before, recounting a run through the Presidio, then ...

By Debra Donovan, San Francisco Real Estate
(Park North Real Estate)
Comments 0
May saw median home prices drop in San Francisco. This was particularly true for condos and lofts, which saw home prices drop by  more than 10% and months supply of inventory reach a high not seen since 2011.  Keeping in mind that sales are typically a reflection of the market 30-60 days prior, t...

By Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality
(Compass)
Comments 18
In January and February, before the Shelter-in-Place became our way of life in San Francisco, I met a number of potential buyers and sellers. I hope you all are healthy, the #1 priority.Much has changed in our lives since the beginning of 2020. How is your residence working out for you during the...

By Debra Donovan, San Francisco Real Estate
(Park North Real Estate)
Comments 5
As we round the corner into month three of the Bay Area shelter-in-place, things seem to be slowly but surely opening up. In some ways real estate in San Francisco never fully closed, though our ways of conducting business has changed dramatically. Many sellers either pulled their properties off ...

By Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality
(Compass)
Comments 30
This morning, Ron and Alexandra Seigel posted the most adorable photo and described what has become a Saturday morning routine for them. If you've missed their post, take a look here.While my Saturday morning routine doesn't take me past anything quite as adorable, it is a pleasure to me nonethel...

By Rob Spinosa, SVP of Mortgage Lending, Marin County
(Guaranteed Rate, Marin County, CA)
Comments 5
Will My Property Taxes Go Up If I Refinance?  Because the current interest rate environment is so conducive to refinancing, a concern that some have about taking action stems from confusion related to how their property taxes are determined, and specifically the question, "Will refinancing cause ...

By Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality
(Compass)
Comments 25
Today is May 1. Perhaps it is appropriate that the new month brings with it a sense of imminent change.Beginning May 4 a cautious loosening in the Shelter-in-Place we've been living with since the middle of March will take place. A few more businesses will be allowed to open--construction, landsc...

By Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality
(Compass)
Comments 26
As I walked the 5 blocks to Whole Foods this morning, I was thinking about all the many little things for which I am grateful during this unprecedented time of sheltering-in-place. First and foremost grateful to the medical staffs and essential workers taking care of us and our necessities and co...

By Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality
(Compass)
Comments 30
Earlier this week I shared some views of the empty streets in San Francisco during this period of Shelter-in-Place. It was, indeed, stunning to see usually bustling neighborhoods almost devoid of life.However, the beauty of San Francisco is always present and I never fail to appreciate my neighbo...

By Debra Donovan, San Francisco Real Estate
(Park North Real Estate)
Comments 2
As we move into month 2 of the Coronavirus shelter-in-place, real estate in San Francisco and the Bay Area continues to chug along, albeit in a much more limited way. The following statistics represent the market in March. So sales statistics are based on properties that were mostly in escrow pri...

By Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality
(Compass)
Comments 36
As we finish our 5th week of Shelter-in-Place in San Francisco, spirits are generally good around the city. A new routine has taken place in my weekday schedule. Following a Zoom meditation session offered every Mon-Fri by my acupuncturist, I work from 9:00-3:00.By 3:00PM, my husband and I head o...

By Debra Donovan, San Francisco Real Estate
(Park North Real Estate)
Comments 3
Here are the statistics for the February real estate market in San Francisco. The pre-Spring market got off to a healthy start with both single family homes and condos/ lofts seeing increases in median sales price. Homes continued to sell quickly overall, with both average days on market and mont...

By Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality
(Compass)
Comments 36
I believe we are just at the tip of seeing our way of life change change quite drastically for an extended period of time while we wait to see the extent of the Covid-19 virus.Living in the midst of an urban area, quite likely we are at the leading edge of this change. Here in the San Francisco B...

By Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality
(Compass)
Comments 43
It's that time of year again, 100,000 FREE pick-your-own tulips at Union Square, San Francisco.Yes, that's correct. On Saturday, March 7, over 100,000 tulips will cover Union Square in San Francisco. Best of all, you're invited to visit the site and pick your own bunch of tulips to take home.A gi...

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