SFO Stepping it Up and Going Green

  The new home for American Airlines and Virgin America at SFO International airport is set to reopen in April of this year making travel to and from San Francisco even more convenient. The $383 million renovation of San Francisco International Airport’s Terminal 2 (T2) is scheduled to be complete by April 9, 2011, with the first flights commencing on April 14, 2011.  The new home for American Airlines and Virgin America, T2 will be one of the most sustainable

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SF Streets Are Second Worst In The Nation

  But, there is a silver lining that makes San Francisco amazing yet again, and it can ease your pain. If your vehicle is damaged from a pothole or other road hazard, you can make a claim to the City Attorney’s office and be reimbursed for your expenses. I’ve done this…it really works. You must note specifically where the predatory pothole or hazard is, and you must show evidence of the damage. A claim must be filed within 6 months of the incident.

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What’s Happening in the San Francisco Market Today?

Prices and market dynamics in neighborhoods all over the city. Select the neighborhood below to get the latest details. San Francisco City Overview Alamo Square Mission Anza Vista Mission Bay Bayview Mission Dolores Bayview Heights Nob Hill Bernal Heights Noe Valley Buena Vista Park North Panhandle Central Waterfront North Waterfront Clarendon Heights Ocean View Cole Valley Outer Mission Corona Heights Outer Sunset Cow Hollow Pacific Heights Crocker Amazon Parkside Diamond Heights Parnassus / Ashbury Heights Dolores Heights Pine Lake Park

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A Double-dip for San Francisco Real Estate?

  For the past 2 years, new predictions for additional, significant (10-30%) price declines – the so-called double-dip in home values – have been made on an almost weekly basis. The reasons: turmoil in financial markets, foreclosures, shadow inventory, debt crises, jobs, China, oil, the groundhog saw its shadow. For many of these pundits, analysts and bloggers, the market is always bad and about to get worse. Good stuff for headlines. Frankly, it’s a little disturbing how many people take

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Healthy Rise in Pending Home Sales Points to More Robust Rebound in San Francisco in Coming Months

  Pending home sales activity in San Francisco increased 8.9 percent during the month of February which should result in stronger homes sales in coming months, according to the most recent Market Focus report issued jointly by the Rosen Consulting Group and the San Francisco Association of REALTORS®. The current pending sales rate equates to a 2.6 months of supply inventory. The single-family months of supply inventory declined across price segments, with the months of supply inventory for homes priced

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