Category Archives: San Francisco Real Estate

Victorian Style with Gothic Flair at 923 Fulton

Generations of Americans will recognize “Postcard Row” — a group of seven iconic San Francisco Victorian houses, the Painted Ladies across from Alamo Square Park that are often featured on postcards or in movies and television programs.
The houses on Postcard Row seem to embody the distinctive features of San Francisco Victorian homes — terraced houses with period details and three or more vibrant colors on the exterior. These are considered the quintessential Victorian houses in San Francisco.
A not-nearly-as-famous property just over a block away, however, shows off these Victorian features …

BART Broadening to Bernal, Ocean Beach?

A location within a few blocks of a BART station has been a coveted feature among San Francisco house shoppers for nearly four decades.
That feature may soon extend to San Francisco homes in Bernal Heights and Ocean Beach in the Outer Richmond.
As the popular rapid transit system contemplates its 2012 plans, BART finds itself in a more flush cash position than in recent years. BART’s revenue had been negatively affected by the economic downturn. The commuter rail system has rebounded strongly, though, and the San Francisco Chronicle reports that BART …

South San Francisco, City Living with Suburban Perks

There is no doubt that San Francisco is an awesome city to live in. With some of the best condo and loft living in the country San Francisco is a bastion of the urban professional. But, unbeknownst to many San Francisco is also a great place to buy a house. What follows is a list of great homes in the South San Francisco area that all would make ideal places to live for anyone looking for city living with a little elbow room.
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In Which Neighborhoods to Buy?

What neighborhoods come to mind, when you think about buying a condo in San Francisco? The SOMA and South Beach are probably the most well known and referenced to. But there are others, that are worth taking a look at too, such as the Dog Patch. Just the name itself suggests that there must be something very alluring, and very cool about this little, lesser known part of the City. The first thing that stands out for this neighborhood is that it is logistically well situated. Located adjacent to the eastern …

SoMa and Blu: an Amazing Building in an Amazing Neighborhood

SoMa San Francisco

SoMa, located (as the acronym implies) south of Market Street and just north of San Francisco Bay, is the rapidly growing neighborhood that is the cultural epicenter of modern day San Francisco. A stand out chic neighborhood in a city known for chic neighborhoods, SoMa is home to innovative companies, contemporary museums, luxury condos and some of the best restaurants in the Bay Area.

One of the premier buildings in SoMa is Blu. Blu is an ultra modern development that offers luxury living in the form of condos and tri-level penthouses. …

5 City Real Estate Opportunities No Investor Should Ignore

Real Estate markets in cities across the United States have had a rocky few years. The combination of downtown overbuilding and the economic recession was a one-two punch that drove property values down and increased uncertainty in the major cities. As we head into the dog days of summer, there are strong signs that many cities have started to emerge from their dog markets and present a viable, and in many cases a very strong, investment opportunity.
There are industry-wide influences, of course. Prices are at very reasonable levels in most …

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