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Real estate agents in San Francisco, California



Zipcodes covered by agents in San Francisco, California

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Despite the fact that in all catastrophe movies the end of the world begins in San Francisco, there’s no questioning that San Francisco is one of the world’s greatest towns.
 
Yes, we're not denying that it’s one of the worst cities for natural disasters and the housing prices are getting to ridiculous heights but, like San Francisco Real Estate Agents – and hippies (sometimes they overlap) - will say: Hey why be so negative, man? Look at the bright side: it’s number 2 on the best cities for singles list, one of the most exciting real estate markets in the country and, if it’s costly, well, people make much more money there too…
 
There’s so much to love about San Francisco. For once, it’s a foodie paradise there; a top 10 American gastronomy paradise. Not only because of the fresh seafood found at the world-famous Fisherman’s Wharf but because of all the healthy organic movement that was basically born in San Francisco, its food trucks, its high-end fancy restaurants, and the bay area pride; the Ghirardelli chocolate. Ok, enough about food because we’re drooling on the keyboard now.
 
Public transportation is one of the best in the country. You’ll have the most varied options to choose from when you go meet your San Francisco Real Estate Agent for a cup of coffee to sign the contract. Integrated public bus, train, cable cars, subways, the famous F-line heritage streetcar, and, of course, ride-sharing apps - they were basically born there. Yes, San Francisco is the place where most startups from Silicon Valley test their products, and you’ll notice how that’s true by the level of tech savvy of any San Francisco Real Estate Agent you meet. They all do their diligent social media marketing and have all the productivity apps on cue 24/7 for their work.
 
However, despite all that, you’ll notice how people from San Francisco choose to walk or ride bikes whenever they can. Which, combined with the organic food movement and steep roads, explains why it’s one of the most health-conscious cities in the country, especially regarding obesity and diabetes. In fact, a great selling point for San Francisco Real Estate Agents is exactly that: if you’re tired of complaining about health insurance costs, this is the only city in America where universal health coverage similar to the one available in every developed nation (but the US) exists to people who can’t afford private insurance or are ineligible to other government health insurance programs.
 
And what about education? Oh, my God… Want free college tuition? Move to San Francisco! We’re talking about a city where anyone, regardless of income, that’s been a resident of the city for more than a year, has free college tuition paid by the government. How about that?
 
Waste no time; pick your favorite San Francisco Real Estate Agent. Hey, talk to more than one San Francisco Real Estate Agent, if you feel you need to. Whatever. Just go to this great city and leave your heart there like Tony Bennett! You won’t regret!
 

Popular Real Estate Terms

Want to know what Net Listing means? Well, Net Listings are a type of listing where the home seller sets a minimum price he/she is willing to sell the property for and whatever amount above that minimum the real estate agent manages to get from a home buyer's offer, becomes the r ...

A home seller and a home buyer agreed upon a fair market value and the deal is off to closing the sale. One of the next steps is running a title search. But what is a title search? The best title search definition would be something like an investigation concerning the tit ...

So, you’re out and about your homebuying dream and then you stumble upon this question: what is a condominium? Like, you think you know what is a condo home, but it's so hard to explain... It's ok; it happens to the best of us. It's not easy defining what is a condominiu ...

Within Real Estate, “nuisance” is a term used to describe any disturbance that might affect neighboring houses. Nuisance abatement is the enforcing of policies and codes that prevent and/or abate possible nuisances. One can do willingly or by force, via an abatement n ...

In a broader sense, Full Disclosure means presenting all information (significant or not, classified or not) related to a certain matter. In Real Estate, the term “Full Disclosure” can be used in different situations… it can be used as a requirement for a lend ...

Generation X, also known as Gen X , is the generational extract of Americans that are sandwiched between the Baby Boomer Generation and the Millennial generation (also called Generation Y). Researchers usually define the Generation X as a transitional generation that starts ...

Popular Real Estate Questions

So, do real estate agents get paid hourly? – you ask. Listen, currently, it’s difficult to answer how do real estate agents get paid in the first place. There’s been a strong real estate agent salary vs. commission debate going on lately in the real estate ...

Considering that property depreciation is the phenomenon of an asset losing worth due to its use over time, home depreciation is not only common but inevitable. However, this is RealEstateAgent.com and we’re sure that if you came to this website with that question it& ...

Do real estate agents work with home renters? Yes, they do. To be honest, real estate agents are willing to work with everyone. There are some who are specialized in sales and not rentals, but there are no rules that say they can’t do rental properties too. What’s mo ...

Say you are the proud Tenant of a home and you made the greatest deal ever – it’s in an awesome neighborhood, it has a sweet rent price and it came already fully furnished; there’s only one problem you quickly discovered: there are bedbugs on your mattress! Oh ...

“What states allow tiny houses?” – that’s a very simple question that yields a very complicated answer.And that’s because: Building codes vary not only from state to state but from city to city. So there are states that have some cities that do al ...

You saw a property you love and want to buy it, but you have no money to do that. So you ask us how do you buy a house with no money. Well, that’s a funny question… if you have no money at all, the only way you’re getting the house is by stealing it, and we do ...

 

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Homebuyer Tips

Senior Citizen Housing: Accompanied Or By Yourself?

Senior Citizen Housing: Accompanied Or By Yourself?

For some people, this issue is a bit taboo but, hopefully, it will happen with all of us: we’ll get to live so long that certain cares around the house will need to be taken in order to facilitate our life pace. And even if you’re a Millennial thinking “oh, I’m 50 years away from that, my friend”, you always have family and friends of ...

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Tips To Raise Your Real Estate Commission

Tips To Raise Your Real Estate Commission

If one is to answer how much does a real estate agent really make, it will become very clear that the place where you make a difference on your earnings as a real estate agent is the real estate commission. The highest the house gets sold for, the highest the real estate commission.   So, technically, to raise your real estate commission = to raise the price of the ...

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Why Real Estate Agents Fail And Get Out Of Business

Why Real Estate Agents Fail And Get Out Of Business

You know how they say you should always enter places, situations and even relationships with a backup plan and an exit strategy? Romantics say that’s not the right way to go about things, but it’s actually a way to take some tension out of the way, minimizing the fear of failing to let you focus on making everything work. If you have the worst case scenario ...

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Living Near An Airport: The Good And The Bad

Living Near An Airport: The Good And The Bad

If you’ve been following the content production of RealEstateAgent.com you’ve probably noticed how we love to write about strange unusual real estate scenarios. We’ve already written about living near a highway, considered if living near a cemetery affects the home value and even questioned if you would live in a haunted house if the price was ...

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Essential Home Items Your Place Might Be Missing

Essential Home Items Your Place Might Be Missing

The mind is always playing tricks on us. Sometimes there are some things that are very obvious, and we come across them all of the time – they are a big part of our lives – and yet; we can’t remember them! Have you ever played Scrabble and couldn’t for the life of you think of a word, then your friend just adds an “r” or an ...

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Working Couples In Real Estate

Working Couples In Real Estate

Beyonce and Jay-Z, Melinda and Bill Gates, Sonny and Cher, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, Hart to Hart, even Ant-Man and the Wasp… there a lot of stories – some successful, some not so much - of husbands and wives working together out there. And in our industry, of course, is no different. If you take a look at some of the real estate agents in The ...

Home Seller Tips

Things Home Sellers Should NOT Do

Things Home Sellers Should NOT Do

We’ve made several articles in the past regarding things that home sellers should do to sell their house. We gave home staging tips and tricks, advice on how to optimize your next open house and even went oriental with Feng Shui to sell your home. But we never talked about the things home sellers should NOT do when selling a home. And you know, that’s ...

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Best Cities For Families

Best Cities For Families

Whenever we do a “best ____ for _____”  type of article, we always discuss the metrics pertaining to that subject and come up with a ranking of sorts. But today, because the discussion within the subject has so many variables, we’ve decided to do it differently. To tell us about the best places to raise a family, we’ve imagined a typical ...

Agent Advice

How To Make Cold Calls

How To Make Cold Calls

There’s an argument to be made that cold calls are not the most current way of getting that sweet lead generation going for you and that SMS, social media, and cold email marketing have a much higher percentage of lead generation success than cold calls, but hey… sometimes you have to try them all, right? Maybe your real estate market is more technology ...

Home Seller Tips

5 Signs You Should Sell Your House

5 Signs You Should Sell Your House

From time to time, homeowners wonder if it’s the right time to sell their house. They look to the sky and say “God, if this is the right time to sell my house… just give me a sign!” Well, we’re not God, but here are FIVE signs you should sell your house: All the neighbors are selling their homes It’s all about supply and ...