You Asked, We Answered – 6 Burning Questions about San Francisco

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Whether you live in the city or just aspire to call yourself a resident, people tend to have questions about San Francisco. Lots of them. Hey, we get it. There’s a lot to know about the city by the bay, so let’s dive in. Here are six burning questions about San Francisco. How’s the air quality in San Francisco? For a city with so many people, air quality is surprisingly clean. It consistently scores below 50 on the Environmental Protection

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Moving? Staying? You Need These Tips for Spring Cleaning Either Way

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Here’s something funny. I’ve heard people walking through their staged, hyper-clean, ready-to-show home admiring it like they haven’t lived there for the last twelve years. But you don’t have to wait until you’re actually leaving to be really impressed by your bright, clean, airy home. If you’re moving and doing everything under the sun to put your home’s best foot forward, or you just want to live in a beautiful, bright, clean space, you need these tips for spring cleaning.

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Real Talk – What Will Upcoming IPOs Do to the Bay Area Housing Market?

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I got a text the other day from a friend with a great question – in light of the upcoming IPOs (initial public offering) everyone keeps talking about, she asked if it would be wise to wait to put her property on the market. And she’s not alone – this is the topic du jour with our sellers, our buyers, and agent to agent. Timing the Market I’ve learned (the hard way) not to counsel people into trying to timethe market.

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San Francisco Migration Trends – Coming & Going

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A poll conducted in June 2018 showed that almost half of those living in the Bay Area want to leave. And that’s despite the booming job market and the natural beauty of this part of the world. The biggest reason? You guessed it – the high cost of housing. We’re familiar with San Francisco residents packing up and moving out, and while some folks keep going until they cross the state line – with Nevada, Oregon, and Texas proving to be

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