Cesar Chavez Sewer & Streetscape Improvement Project Update

There was good turnout for the community meeting regarding the Cesar Chavez Sewer & Streetscape Improvement Project last night.  Representatives from the Planning Department, SFPUC, MTA, & SFDPW were presenting the project and answering questions. The project will be done in stages starting with Phase 1, the construction beginning at Hampshire Street and proceed up to San Jose Avenue.  There will also be segments of work done on Harrison Street (from Cesar Chavez to 26th Street), Valencia Street (Cesar Chavez to

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Pocket Listings

Sometimes sellers ask about treating their property as pocket listing. People have often heard the term, but don’t always understand either the benefits or downside to having their property sold off the market. When a property is marketed quietly to other agents and their buyers I am usually only showing the property by appointment. It’s not entered into the mls and there are generally no open house showings. And yes, of course there are benefits: Perhaps the sellers don’t want

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SF’s Painted Lady Gets a Price Adjustment

After coming on the market 3 months ago for $3,999,000, San Francisco’s oldest and largest Painted Lady gets a price reduction of over $200,000, bringing the new price tag to $3,799,000. Built in 1892, 722 Steiner is known worldwide as the anchor of the Painted Ladies of Postcard Row. Featured in over 70 movies, TV shows and ads, including the 1980’s series Full House. Elegantly restored by current owners, the home is 4 levels, including a vacant in-law with private entrance on the ground floor and

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