1872 Fell Street, San Francisco, CA


When you think of the quintessential San Francisco home, you’re probably picturing something pretty darn close to 1872 Fell Street. From top to bottom, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom, house-like condo is a stunner. High ceilings, crown molding, handsome built-ins, pocket doors, an enviable address — truly, this place has it all. If you’re shopping for a new place in San Francisco and you’ve got a sizable budget, you have to check out this Victorian on the Park. Home Stats In a

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A $21,000 Mini Makeover Before Selling — Was it Worth It?

We’ve written before about that burning real estate question: should you renovate before you sell?  I said it then and I’ll say it now—a few key updates can make a huge difference in the final sales price and the profit you end up pocketing. Let’s dive into an example—a $21,000 mini makeover on a Pacific Heights condo. The Updates This two-bed/one-and-a-half-bath condo in Pacific Heights measured 814 square feet. And it needed a little love. In eighteen days, this place

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Hiking Lake Tahoe’s Shirley Canyon

One of the hands-down best parts of living in northern Nevada is the access it offers to the Lake Tahoe basin. Case in point? Shirley Canyon. It’s considered one of Tahoe’s most beautiful half-day hikes, complete with tumbling waterfalls, a lake, stunning wildflowers, striking granite boulders, clean mountain air, and endless vistas. Here’s what to know about hiking Lake Tahoe’s dog-friendly Shirley Canyon. Getting Started & What to Expect Trailhead access can be found at the end of Squaw Peak

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The Best Time to Emotionally Check Out During the Home Selling Process


For people who have made the decision to sell their “forever home” — the one filled with memories and emotions, where families were raised and grandchildren gather, the one that was renovated and improved and perfected — it’s entirely natural to find the experience highly charged. The same goes for folks selling just about any home. Traditionally, wherever you call home tends to hold many memories. So when is the best time to emotionally disconnect during the home selling process? Here’s

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