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Episode 04: San Francisco Real Estate Q&A with Joey and Matt

Can sellers change their mind after they ratify? Can you switch lenders after your offer is accepted? What are sellers required to disclose? San Francisco Realtors Joey Hersh and Matt Fuller sit down for more of your San Francisco real estate FAQ. Can you switch lenders after your offer is accepted? You can do a lot of things after your offer is accepted, it all depends on if you want to keep that deposit and if you have an accommodating seller.  What are sellers required to disclose? Joey Hersh lays it out. Can sellers change their mind after they ratify? Our friend Noreen from NOPA wanted to know, and the
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2017 YTD Condo Market Update

Join Matt Fuller, Ryan Fay, and Omar Maissen for a 2017 condo market update and how it is performing so far year to date. We compare it to how the market performed during the same time period of 2016. The statistics we reference in this video are from the San Francisco MLS, which contains a small portion of new construction sales but is the definitive reference for the San Francisco resale market.  This week in San Francisco real estate focuses exclusively on a condo market update – we also have a video and post for the single family home market in San Francisco.  Matt Fuller, Ryan Fay and Omar Maissen are three
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This Week in San Francisco Real Estate, Episode 02: The Penthouse Edition

This week in San Francisco real estate is our condo penthouse edition, inspired by the official pricing of the grand penthouse at 181 Fremont. Join Matt Fuller, Ryan Fay and Omar Maissen for a quick look at what everyone’s talking about in San Francisco real estate.   Way back in June of 2016 Matt wrote a post about what 181 Fremont’s grand penthouse might sell for, using 432 Park Ave. in NYC as the basis for comps – it is (so far) the most expensive condo penthouse sale, coming in at just shy of $60,000,000 which divides out to about $7,400 per square foot (which reminds us of our peeve
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How Many Neighborhoods in San Francisco?

How many neighborhoods are in San Francisco? Is your offer to purchase confidential? Where are the best sites to browse for homes online? We know you have San Francisco real estate questions, so Joey Hersh and Matt Fuller sit down to answer a few of this week’s questions about San Francisco real estate!    How Many Neighborhoods are in San Francisco?  Join Matt for an old-man rant about the number of neighborhoods in San Francisco.  When I make an offer to purchase a home in San Francisco, is my offer confidential?  Joey Hersh takes a moment to straight up answer this question with another question. Where are the best spots
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The Week in San Francisco Real Estate: Episode 01

This week in San Francisco real estate: Matt Fuller, Omar Maissen, and Joey Hersh discuss what’s currently happening in San Francisco real estate. Over the past week we’ve found ourselves pretty busy with a lot of new construction openings: 1868 Van Ness, The Austin, Residences on Clara, and Knox.  We’ve got updated photos and pictures on the various building pages, but it’s been a very busy week for new construction after quite a lull. Looking forward to seeing you next week and making this a regular thing, we’d love to hear your questions and thoughts about San Francisco real estate.  A bit more about the four buildings joining the fabric
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A Realtor’s Reflections After Touring the David Ireland Home

Yesterday, we hosted a private tour of the David Ireland Home (Wikipedia entry for David Ireland) in the Mission neighborhood for our clients. The dining room is insane. Knick knacks that are far better than yours and would make a Chili’s restaurant interior designer weep with inspiration. Over the top. The parties must have been bonkers. Birthday cake from the 1980’s in a jar resting on a perch near the ceiling in a corner. Plastic fish lights. Shrines to pop stars. Comfortably Seats 14?  That the home still exists at all is a miracle. In poor health and needing the equity, David Ireland was one day away from listing the home for sale on