Hello, World. Again

December 23, 2018

We are excited about the foundation we’ve (re) built here at Jackson Fuller Real Estate.

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. […]

San Francisco, I Love You

February 15, 2013

Oh, San Francisco, you wacky goof ball of a town. I found myself eating dinner last night at the Ferry Building, and while we were eating dinner we saw all of these people coming in to order dinner that were carrying pillows and had feathers and fluff in their hair. Pillow Fight!!! I think the […]

Vote 2012

November 6, 2012

Today is Tuesday. Which is always broker’s tour day, but every couple of years becomes something much more important: Election Day.  It’s cool to disagree about who to vote for, or what ballot propositions to support, or what state initiatives to support. Civil disagreement is the cornerstone of our American democracy. It isn’t perfect, but […]

Why Domestic Violence Matters

October 22, 2012

Domestic violence costs you and me – not to mention its victims – a lot. Which is why I’m so passionate and upset about the vote by Christina Olague and her cowardly peers to reinstate Ross Mirkarimi as Sheriff. My grandmother, who was one of the most special people in my life, was a survivor of […]

Metrosexuals Make San Francisco Proud!

June 1, 2012

Here’s the good news: They found that San Francisco offices were the cleanest, but the types of bacteria didn’t differ all that much from those found in New York. Tucson, however, had different germs entirely, and the researchers suspect the desert environment is likely the cause. Source: The Bay Citizen (http://s.tt/1d6LM) Here’s the bad news: Studies have […]

To be Out & Proud as a Realtor

June 23, 2011

June is pride month (of the GLBT variety) with the San Francisco festivities taking place this weekend. My last three years worth of vacations have had me out of town over pride weekend, and while I’m undecided about the extent of my participation in the upcoming weekend activities, I want to take advantage of not being on vacation to write about being out as a Realtor in San Francisco.

A house is such a strange thing…

April 18, 2011

I love to read, and the following quote from Please Look After Mom, a book I finished up over the weekend really spoke to me: A house is such a strange thing. Everything else gets more worn when people handle it, and sometimes you can feel a person’s poison if you get too close to […]

Incredible Earthquake Photos

April 15, 2011

Via Uptown Almanac I found out that the SFMTA has scanned more of their photos documenting the destruction from the  1906 earthquake and fire, and posted them to flickr. It looks like the Chronicle got the photos back in 2009 and published an article about them, but the folks at muni just recently added them […]

My Open Letter to Steve (Jobs)

January 3, 2011

Dear Steve, I like your junk. No, not like that. Your gadgets. The pretty-shiny-sexy toys that you and all your geeks down in Cupertino spend untold hours obsessing over in a shroud of secrecy to perfect every tiny detail. Well, apparently, not every tiny detail. You know, like the latest iphone alarm bug. A little background: I […]