“My real estate clients gain by working with me & my team. Real estate is part & parcel of an overall financial picture and plan. Such a plan is individual to each and every client. I love getting results for my clients.”

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In my role as Realtor, I use my knowledge of San Francisco and the Bay Area to market properties to potential buyers and then negotiate with them on behalf of my client.

I specialize in finding buyers their dream home as well as assisting clients with property sales and development.

I prepare the necessary legal documents, including listings and sales contracts.

I provide market advice as well as liaising with escrow companies, lenders, home inspectors and pest controllers.

I frequently coordinate property closings and oversee document signing as well as analyse market trends to determine competitive market prices.

I guarantee that you will be happy with the Real Estate Services that I provide, which include the following;

1. San Francisco Real Estate Market Metrics2. Knowledge of San Francisco Neighborhoods3. Guidance through the Process of Selling & Buying Real Estate4. Timely and Professional Communication5. Strategic Positioning for Real Estate Sellers & Buyers6. Follow Up7. Attention to Detail8. Expert Marketing9. Well-Connected

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04/28/2017

8 Tips To Ready Your Home For Sale

The following eight tips are intended to provide a starting point for any home seller to get their home ready for the market — and to sell at top dollar. Remember to consult with your realtor for additional suggestions and specifics that apply to your home only. 1. De-clutter & Rearrange Pack up, sell or give away any items that […]

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04/25/2017

Neighborhood Safety

Prospective home buyers often ask their realtor about neighborhood safety in the neighborhoods they are considering. Realtors cannot give out such information for a variety of reasons, including the possibility of engaging in steering. That fact begs the question how prospective home buyers can ascertain neighborhood safety. Home sellers have disclosure obligations and those include disclosing criminal activity they are […]

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04/20/2017

7 Downsizing How Tos

Moving from a large home to a smaller one because of life changes such as divorce, retirement, or a number of other reasons takes forethought. Financial considerations meld with other quality-of-life considerations. Among those might be where to move to next: the city, the suburbs, the country… And there are logistical considerations as well, like what to keep, give away, […]

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04/13/2017

How Home Prices, Home Inventory, & Home Sales Are Related

The constant interchange between home prices, interest rates, consumer confidence, job growth, employment rates, market place trends, seasonality represent factors affect real estate continuously. Additional factors include prospective home buyers’ savings for a down payment, the presence of real estate speculators and real estate investors in the marketplace, delayed retirement and home owners who have negative equity. Given this complex […]

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04/12/2017

Real Estate Investing in San Francisco & the Bay Area

Many real estate investors in the San Francisco/Bay Area are international buyers from countries such as China, Mexico and Canada. As a city on the Pacific Rim, San Francisco is quite attractive to real estate investors from Asia, in particular from China and India. Compared to Shanghai and Tokyo as well as other major international cities like London, real estate […]

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04/06/2017

Planned Residential Developments for 2017

San Francisco’s planned residential development pipeline remains extensive, in spite of rising construction costs. Building construction, mostly for luxury condo buildings, is apparent all over San Francisco. While developers are considering location, they also are seeking the highest return on their money. That, in turn, dictates going into neighborhoods previously not considered. Developments are cropping up in predominantly single-family neighborhoods […]

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04/03/2017

SF/Bay Area Transit Lines Attract Development

Space in the San Francisco/Bay Area comes at a premium. That is hardly news. But in the past few years, spurred on by immense growth in population, jobs and traffic, the new trend is that of developing along transit lines. In the main, such development is encouraged along US Hwy 101 from San Francisco all the way into Silicon Valley. […]

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03/30/2017

Your property taxes are due April 10

This is a friendly reminder that April 10th is the deadline to pay the second installment of your property taxes! When your property taxes are not impounded (included in your mortgage payment), you are responsible for paying your property taxes directly to the County Tax Collector twice a year. Property taxes are due and payable in two installments. The first […]

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03/28/2017

The Importance of Purchasing Power

Home prices and buyer purchasing power are closely linked: when buyer purchasing power is strong, home prices are strong. Conversely, when buyer purchasing power is waning, home prices generally fall. Our current very low interest rate environment has provided home buyers with more purchasing power and delivered more potential buyers to home sellers. The Federal Reserve’s policy of keeping interest […]

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03/23/2017

Real Estate Bidding Wars

Think San Francisco real estate and you might think about bidding wars. Over the past year bidding wars in San Francisco have substantially subsided. Although some properties have received multiple bids and increased offer prices, all out bidding wars appear to have stopped for the time being. Continuing low inventory throughout San Francisco, especially in the single family home category […]

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03/20/2017

Planned Residential Developments for 2017

San Francisco’s planned residential development pipeline remains extensive, in spite of rising construction costs. Building construction, mostly for luxury condo buildings, is apparent all over San Francisco. While developers are considering location, they also are seeking the highest return on their money. That in turn dictates going into neighborhoods previously not considered. Developments are cropping up in predominantly single family […]

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03/16/2017

Real Estate Investing in San Francisco & the Bay Area

Many real estate investors in the San Francisco/Bay Area are international buyers from countries such as China, Mexico and Canada. As a city on the Pacific Rim, San Francisco is quite attractive to real estate investors from Asia, in particular from China and India. Compared to Shanghai and Tokyo as well as other major international cities like London, real estate […]

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03/15/2017

Real Estate Market Trends & Their Impact

Just as in other markets such as the stock market, real estate market trends go through cycles as well as boom and bust periods. Real estate market trends also reflect a myriad of influences, such as housing inventory, job growth, infrastructure (concerns), public policy, housing finance, consumer access to money, interest rates, and the overall economy. This list is only […]

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03/10/2017

The Beleaguered Millenium Tower

What went wrong with the Millenium Tower and who is responsible? Those two questions have engaged the powers that are and the public. From the Millenium Tower developer (Millenium Partners) to the Department of Building Inspection, to San Francisco Supervisors, to the Transbay Joint Power Authority among others, these two questions are front of mind in the sinking and tilting […]

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03/10/2017

San Francisco Tech Buses

In San Francisco, a city never intended nor built for the amount of traffic it now accommodates, tech buses are common and often a bone of contention. According to a joint survey by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and the Bay Area Council, more than 800 tech buses drive on Bay Area roads daily. No specific number for San Francisco proper […]

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03/03/2017

San Francisco Neighborhood: Duboce Triangle

The Duboce Triangle neighborhood (also known as Mint Hill) is a tiny San Francisco neighborhood that includes Duboce Park, a park many dog-owners love. Duboce Triangle sits between the Castro and Eureka Valley, the Mission District, and the Lower Haight.   Duboce Park is a mainly residential neighborhood whose central location brings it popularity. Nightlife, cafes, restaurants and shopping are […]

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02/24/2017

The Future of San Francisco/Bay Area Housing

Although ABAG and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission recently approved a blueprint for housing and transportation growth for the San Francisco/Bay Area, seeing those plans and blueprints realized is far from certain. It is indeed so difficult to get buy-in not only from many Bay Area suburbs, whether in Marin, Alameda or Contra Costa counties, but also for affordable housing to […]

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02/16/2017

How Rising Interest Rates Affect Home Buyers?

Interest Rates have been expected to rise for some time and the Fed has announced that they will rise slowly throughout 2016. Even though, we are still in a low-interest rate environment and will likely continue in it for some time.   Overall, rising interest rates will continue to have little effect on buyers. The main effect will be in […]

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01/27/2017

From Gas Station to Condos

Land is difficult to find and at a premium in San Francisco and the rest of the Bay Area. In that light it comes as no surprise that a number of gas stations are being redeveloped into condos. This also falls into the ‘highest and best use’ category as the new zoning allows for more density. More units accommodate more […]

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01/16/2017

30 Van Ness

The site at 30 Van Ness is city property. San Francisco owns this site, which potentially could be developed as residential units or as office units or as a combination of both. Currently city agencies are occupying the building but that arrangement ends in 2019. The City & County of San Francisco brought the site back on the market after […]

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