This Week in San Francisco Real Estate we talk about the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and how it will affect homeowners and real estate professionals in San Francisco. We reference the following studies: https://www.nar.realtor/tax-reform/the-tax-cuts-and-jobs-act-what-it-means-for-homeowners-and-real-estate-professionals https://www.curbed.com/2017/12/29/16808148/tax-bill-housing-market-calculate-change https://www.nar.realtor/sites/default/files/documents/2018-california-home-price-forecast-01-09-2018.pdf
It Sold for What?! A home in Pacific Heights sells for 16.5M making it the second highest sale of the year. The buyer is rumored to be the new CEO of Uber. This Week in SF Real Estate Ryan talks about the new condo building in the Mission which is just about to open to […]
It sold for what?! A home in Juanita Way sells for 166% of asking price, earning everyone involved in the transaction some decent bragging rights. Ryan has an off-market success story of his own and while he got zero bragging rights out of it, he got something even better – a very happy client.
FaceBook gives a San Francisco building – 181 Fremont – the big like. A condo in Cole Valley sells for 142% of asking. 1,800 new homes in the Dogpatch next to Pier 70, probably maybe someday. and… have a great Folsom Street Fair weekend!
Finding authentic Greek restaurants isn’t always easy. When you’re craving slow-cooked lamb or one of the many other dishes falling into the Greek category, you need to know where to go. Many family-owned restaurants in San Francisco serve authentic Greek cuisine. Here’s a quick look at some of the best options. Orexi Restaurant – Sunset […]
Vinyl! A modern day Rorschach test! Records will probably never go out of style. Purists believe music just sounds better on a record, while others collect them for their DJ gigs or just because. No matter your reasons for seeking out vinyl, there are several great spots in the Bay Area to find just what […]