Global Economies & The San Francisco Real Estate Market

  Current events happening in different parts of world and in different markets are impacting our local economy here in San Francisco. Let’s take a look at some of the big ones: oil, Europe, China, United States and technology. Oil is typically about $100 to $110 per barrel — that’s been pretty common for the past several years. In the past six months, it’s gone down to about $40 per barrel. That’s basically a crash in that particular market. Generally, it’s

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1,000 Things to do in San Francisco this Summer

  Guests are coming, the kids are out of school, or you just want to do something different than usual. Summer has arrived in one of the most beautiful and multi-dimensional places on earth, and here is a wide variety of ideas for making the most of it. Food & Drink Top 100 Restaurants Zagat’s Best Outdoor Dining & Drinking Best Meal Delivery Best Breakfast Best Brunch Best Burritos Best Sandwiches Best Pizza Best Hamburgers Best Dim Sum Best Bars

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Inventory is low, it’s no joke!

Weekly, I pull the numbers. and currently our San Francisco inventory is at a lower point than even last year at this time! With low interest rates and low inventory,  if you or someone you know are considering selling, this could be a great opportunity! Let me know if you would like to discuss your options.   Rita Roti is a broker associate / assistant manager at Zephyr Real Estate and can be reached at Rita@ritaroti.com.

A typical email day in the life of an agent …

On Feb 25, 2014, at 12:04 PM, Monika Assistant wrote: Hello. My name is Monika and I work for a real estate investment group, and we are investors and developers. We are currently building several new houses in the Peninsula, and doing rehab projects in Alameda, San Jose and Burlingame, and acquiring more properties. We are looking for properties throughout the Bay Area that meet the following criteria: 1. Not on MLS. This is critical, as it is the group’s

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Cesar Chavez Street Improvement Project Honored

  Neighbors are celebrating the completion of the 3 year transformation of Cesar Chavez Street! It’s happening Wednesday, January 29th @ 11AM with  ribbon cutting celebration for the safety and street scape improvement project. Re-named Cesar Chavez Street in 1995 to reflect the passion and cultural shift in the area, the avenue’s original name Army Street,was first designed as a car-centric thoroughfare to connect Twin Peaks and western San Franciscans to a second Trans Bay Bridge development. Years ago, the city and environmentalists shot

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