Surrealistic Summer Solstice 2017 Concert at Conservatory of Flowers in GG Park.

June 29, 2017

San Francisco Surrealistic Summer Solstice 2017 concert at the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park. YouTube Video: Additional Episode Info: A medley of musical songs that hearken back to the 1960’s with a light show projected onto the conservatory of flowers. Nearby Neighborhoods: About the Conservatory of Flowers: adapted from SF Park and Rec […]

How San Francisco Should Look…

April 14, 2017

How San Francisco should look is an argument (almost) as old as time. San Francisco is a town that struggles with its progressive dreams and conservative foundations. That’s what happens when a few shopkeepers put down roots and build a town to serve the gold-miners that used to show up looking for literal gold but now […]

Landmark Trees of San Francisco

March 1, 2017

Did you know San Francisco offers landmark tree status for the best trees? In true San Francisco fashion, the Chronicle has the story of a neighborhood dispute that offers a great way to learn all about landmark tree status! In short, a Russian Hill woman has petitioned to have a Redwood tree given landmark status. […]

Future Parking

February 8, 2017

Walk to the future! We wrote a few months back about changes coming to future parking options, and the Board of Supervisors today approved those changes. The planning and new construction approval process now has a bunch of new ways to incent developers to offer transit-friendly amenities, more space for bikes, and less parking for […]

Diversity in Real Estate

January 19, 2017

On January 19, 2017, I had the pleasure of sharing a (side) stage at Inman Connect NY with Leslie Ebersole and Phil Faranda to discuss diversity in real estate. Fifteen minutes on a side stage isn’t enough, but it’s better than nothing, and kudos for Leslie for submitting the topic and making it happen at […]

Congrats to the 69 New Home Owners at 388 Fulton

November 28, 2016

The sales team for 388 Fulton announced over the weekend that they had completed their initial sales, selling out all 61 market rate homes at a very popular Hayes Valley location. 388 Fulton has been a popular building with our clients, who have loved the combination of location and pricing. It’s a notable building because it […]

South Beach Condo Buildings That Didn’t Exist in 2009

November 22, 2016

Here’s an old photo from the JacksonFuller archives showing a whole lot of South Beach condo buildings that didn’t exist when the photo was taken. How many can you name ? Not that long ago, One Rincon Hill was the proverbial king of the hill. And it was a pretty lonely place to be, as […]

Understanding Arbitration and Liquidated Damages Clauses

November 21, 2016

Before we collectively dive into some turkey, cranberry and that extra slice of pumpkin pie, let’s work up that appetite by discussing two delicious decisions buyers and sellers face when making and accepting an offer: arbitration and liquidated damages. As a reminder: It’s our philosophy and practice that only clients can make the final decision […]

Walk to the Future

November 18, 2016

If you’ve driven across San Francisco lately, you’ve noticed that traffic is congested enough that bicycles zoom past you and pedestrians will catch up with you at each light. If you think traffic is un-fun right now, just imagine 2040 when our streets will make room for 102,000 new city residents and 191,000 new jobs. […]

Breathe. Think. Act. Smile.

November 16, 2016

I don’t know what you do when you don’t know, but this is what I do: I focus on what I have on hand and in this moment. And then, I breathe. That’s it! Evaluate what I actually have on hand in this moment against any alternatives I can also take in this moment. Breathe. […]

Why I Support MLS in San Francisco

March 12, 2016

Off-MLS, of-market, private sales, pocket listings, private listing groups, internet listing groups, and the online marketing of real estate. Somedays, I take Saturday off. Others, apparently, I end up writing really long blog posts… A friend and colleague tagged me in a question on a Facebook group: Opinions? “Can the SF Association of Realtors lure sellers […]

KTVU 4pm Broadcast: Money Matters with Guest Matt Fuller

March 8, 2016

Matt Fuller (that’s me) joins Keba Arnold to talk about the current San Francisco real estate market. Thanks to the entire amazing team at KTVU for inviting me to join them on their 4pm broadcast on March 7, 2016! Check out our SF Modern Condos instagram feed for the behind-the-scenes photo collage. Below is a […]