Where in San Francisco Should I Buy My First Home?

July 28, 2022

Anywhere you can afford it. The end.¬† And we are not being facetious. The number one mistake first time home buyers tell me they have made is that instead of buying something they could afford, they held out for something they thought was financially out of reach and therefore never bought anything. They never realized […]

Where in the World is Cathedral Hill?

February 11, 2011

Cathedral Hill is one of those San Francisco neighborhoods that exists even though it isn’t found on a SFAR real estate map (unless you happen to draw it in yourself, which you shouldn’t have to do since I’ve done it for you). So let’s take a quick moment and get ourselves oriented. The Cathedral Hill […]

Bernal Heights Parks

November 23, 2010

Bernal Heights has several great parks that are the perfect place to relax and enjoy the sunshine regardless of if you have dogs or kids in-tow. If you are on the south side of Bernal, Holly Park is the park that will be closest to you. It has a great playground for youngsters, as well […]

Outer Sunset: Foggy? Yes. Bleak? Nah, that’s just harsh!

November 20, 2010

The New York Times Travel section has a brief little blurb on the Outer Sunset neighborhood in San Francisco, which happens to feature a store that showcases work from some of our clients. The store is Woodshop – and it is located at 3725 Noriega Street (open by appointment only). It features surfboards from Danny […]

South of Market Area Historic Buildings

November 15, 2010

The San Francisco planning department recently completed their South of Market Area Historic Resources Survey, a project that they began in 2007 to identify remaining historic buildings in the neighborhood. They’ve released their results, and it includes a great interactive¬† map of historic (and potentially) historic South of Market Area buildings. The survey is being […]