San Francisco Real Estate Blog


Past, Present, Future, and SF: Special Guest Walt Baczkowski, SFAR CEO

During my year as 2017 President for the San Franisco Association of Realtors, I got to meet and work with some incredibly smart, talented, and accomplished individuals. I’m thrilled to have one of them, Walt Baczkowski, the CEO of the San Francisco Association of Realtors, join me as a guest on my podcast this week. […]

Top Places to Take Your Out-of-Town Guests in San Francisco

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 […]

One Sweet Spot in Corona Heights

The Vulcan Stairs are one sweet spot we love in Corona Heights.

Stop Scams Sooner

Episode 69 is all about helping consumers avoid online scams in real estate. We’re thrilled to feature a special guest star, Tammy Sorrento of Fireball Appproves Investigative Agency.

The Value of Space?

Value, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder.

The Incredible Shrinking San Francisco Condo

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.

The Bi-Rite Effect

No Love For Safeway…

Muni Wins Something!

Muni gets the most mentions in San Francisco real estate marketing remarks. Is it the most popular transit around or…?

Hello, World. Again

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

Who we Are

Corporations are people, so they need names. You’ve known us by the name Jackson Fuller for years and years, but our corporate name is a little different from that. Like everything in real estate, there’s a story behind it. While our DBAs are slowly digested by the bureaucracy, we’ve got a moment to tell that […]

Your Guide to Closing Escrow: The Estimated Settlement Statement Explained

Sales Price Real estate contracts generally contain proration language for things such as property taxes, homeowners association dues, management fees, or any other costs that run with the property. In San Francisco, regardless of the number of days in the actual closing month items are prorated based on a 30 day month. The next section […]