Are you curious about our Luxury Market in San Francisco? Let’s take a look into the detail. There are many factors that affect our local market – political and financial markets, interest rates, the course of the high-tech boom and future IPOs, etc. As we move into 2018, the San Francisco market appears to be off to a heated start characterized by robust demand and limited inventory, a dynamic that has driven our market for most of my career. » Read more about: San Francisco Luxury Home Market Report »
Greetings. As nature takes it course and we move into Spring 2018 – it’s time to calendar events in San Francisco to enjoy in the coming months.
Safe Francisco’s Fairs and Festivals are a great way to explore new neighborhoods and there’s so much to enjoy – Here are a few of the events you may not want to miss.
Greetings. Our February newsletter covers the bay counties including San Francisco, Marin, Alameda, Contra Costa, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Sonoma, Napa & Solano. It provides information on median home prices, appreciation rates, luxury home markets, demographics and other market factors, conditions & trends. Given limited inventory in January, this newsletter provides a look through the rear-view mirror into 2017 activity. We’ll have a better idea regarding where the market is heading in 2018 once the spring selling season data starts coming in. » Read more about: A Survey of San Francisco Bay Area Real Estate Markets »
There are many factors that might affect SF and Bay Area real estate markets – tax law changes, interest rates, soaring stock markets, foreign buyers, migration trends, housing affordability, climate change, new home construction, and so on. I have learned over the past 30+ years that booms can go on much longer than one would expect, and negative adjustments can arrive suddenly from unexpected directions. How will these factors ultimately play out, which factors will become dominant, » Read more about: Positive & Negative Factors in Bay Area Real Estate Markets »