San Francisco’s Median Home Prices by Neighborhood

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Technology is a beautiful thing! This interactive map is a snapshot of median home sale prices in neighborhoods across San Francisco through May of 2019. Browse median prices for houses, condos, even co-ops and TIC (tenants in common) as applicable. It’s a handy way of zeroing in on the neighborhoods in your price point – you know, the whole “save time, save money” concept. Check out the obligatory disclaimer below, and happy clicking! ” Updated June 1, 2019: This map

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Understanding Flood Risk Before Buying in San Francisco

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Even if you aren’t intimately familiar with San Francisco, you probably picture a few enormous buildings, lots of tall buildings, trollies, and at least one steep, crooked street. And you’d be correct! San Francisco topography is in fact quite hilly, which means there are high points and low points. And it’s those low areas that run the risk of flooding. As Jeff Goldblum famously said, “nature finds a way,” which is why anyone selling or renting a home in San Francisco today

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Think Long-Term: Best Performing San Francisco Real Estate Investments

  This past week, 2470 Broadway in Pacific Heights came on the market in San Francisco with a $6,995,000 list price. Purchased by the current owner in 1976 for $176,000, this price represents a nearly 10% average annual appreciation. It’s a story not dissimilar to that of the former Alioto mansion at 2898 Vallejo, purchased in 1973 for $225,000 and sold in 2013 for $11,700,000. These long-term real estate holdings with appreciation rates well above the San Francisco average left

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New Condo Developments in San Francisco

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  Yesterday evening I had the pleasure to attending “Cranes of SoMa” — a panel discussion of new residential developments in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood. No other area of the city is seeing as much construction as is happening here–Approximately 60% of the city’s new construction is happening in District 6 which includes the Tenderloin, South of Market, Mid-Market/Civic Center, South Beach, Mission Bay and Rincon Hill. Fact: Never has there been so much construction at one time in

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Just Passed: Build Rent-Controlled In-Law Units

  The San Francisco Board of Supervisors just unanimously passed legislation allowing for the addition of new in-law units throughout Districts 3 & 8. This affects the following neighborhoods: Chinatown, Nob Hill, Russian Hill, North Beach, Fisherman’s Wharf, Polk Street, the Financial District, Union Square, Castro, Eureka Valley, Upper Market, Noe Valley, Duboce Triangle, Diamond Heights, Glen Park, College Hill, Corona Heights, Buena Vista, Twin Peaks, Mission-Dolores, and parts of the Inner Mission. This comes in the wake of city-wide legislation passed earlier

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