How Much Inclusionary Housing Does San Francisco Require?

August 11, 2021

I made a quick instagram post this afternoon to explain how the state law AB2345 increased the number of homes being built in the development at 2588 Mission Street, right next door to Vida with a mailing address of 45 Bartlett.

July 20 Broker’s Tour Market Update

July 20, 2021

What is up with the San Francisco real estate market? It’s a question I get asked a lot. Now that in-person broker’s tour is back in San Francisco, it’s a great chance to keep up with inventory and chat with other agents. Real estate agents were the original social media network. But I digress. A […]

San Francisco’s Historic Fear of Heights

March 31, 2021

To get a glimpse into the challenges the issues of planning and development in San Francisco, and why there aren’t enough high-rises to accommodate our population, we need only turn the clock back to about 1960…

Prop 19: Property Tax Portability Arrives in California

March 29, 2021

Voters approved Proposition 19 in 2019, and the property tax portability law went into effect in February of 2020. Proposition 19 offers homeowners over the age of 55, homeowners that are severely disabled, and homeowner’s that have been victims of a wildfire or other natural disaster the ability to take their existing tax basis and […]

What to Know About Elevant

March 14, 2021

Meet the latest addition to the San Francisco condo scene from JS Sullivan development, a noted developer of boutique condo homes in San Francisco.

Making Your Outdoor Space More Appealing

March 12, 2021

The National Association of Realtors stated that 63% of those viewing your home online will come to view it in person. Make it Shine!

Creating Better Curb Appeal

February 23, 2021

First impressions are very important in many situations including selling your home. When the exterior of your home looks great, it helps to draw potential buyers in to see the rest of your home.

Prop 14: The California Fair Housing Massacre of 1964

February 17, 2021

In 1964 Prop 14 wrote discrimination in CA state constitution defeating the Rumford Fair Housing Act. How did this happen, and how does it continue to impact California real estate?

What to Know About the Loan Estimate & Closing Disclosure (CD)

February 15, 2021

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPD) mandate the loan disclosure and closing disclosure forms for buyers to understand the cost of their loan and closing costs.

Top Beaches Found Throughout the Bay Area

February 2, 2021

The Bay Area is full of great beaches and there’s always a new one to discover if you’re new to the area. Whether you prefer the white-sandy beaches or you want a great place to surf, there are plenty to choose from. Here’s a look at some of the top beaches found all throughout the […]

Intermediate Length Occupany (ILO) Rental Law

January 29, 2021

Generally speaking, in the state of California, you can think of short-term rentals as 30 days or less. Long-term “traditional” leases typically begin with a one year agreement. Which leaves everything in the middle… Typically called “corporate housing” or something similar, it typically involves providing a furnished home for an intermediate length of occupancy great […]

Who Serves Up the Best Chicken & Waffles in San Francisco?

January 27, 2021

Chicken and waffles has become a very popular dish all across the country. You don’t have to visit the south to find a great version of this deep fried tradition. Sheltering in place during a pandemic hasn’t lessened anyone’s desire for delicious comfort food. Here are a few of the Jackson Fuller team’s favorite spots […]