Whether you have family visiting for the holidays or a good friend is coming for a vacation, you need to know where to go with your out-of-town guests. After all, they will look to you to show them San Francisco at its finest. Your guests may already have a list of places they want to […]
It’s not your imagination. Newly built homes have been steadily shrinking over the decades, and the differences are now pretty dramatic. We have our theories why and an infographic to put it in visual perspective.
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. […]
As one of my favorite brokers once joked, an agent visual inspection disclosure (AVID) is a visual inspection that an agent can do in heels. The point being that both individual sales agents in a transaction (the seller’s agent representing the seller and the buyer’s agent representing the buyer, (if it is dual agency, both individuals […]
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 […]
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 […]