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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

In short, a Buffer zone is how it’s called the area or strip of land that separates one land use from another. But let’s expand this buffer zone definition a little bit because when understanding this term it’s more enlightening to get to the bottom of the &ld ...

So, after you discovered what a Home Appraisal is, you want to know more about the person responsible for it: the famous Appraiser.Good for you!The Appraiser is a certified individual with the education and experience necessary to professionally evaluate a property regarding ...

When you hear someone in Real Estate saying there’s going to be a boring test, they don’t mean a dull exam is coming up. Boring test refers to a geological test applied to the soil in order to understand the lithology of the ground and determine how much weight that ...

Also known as adjacent landowners or abutters, adjoining owners are property owners whose property touches a common property. So you are an adjoining owner of the properties directly to your right, to your left and to the back of your property, if they touch yours. But not to the ...

A bilateral contract is a pretty straightforward term. No horseplay there. It’s a legal agreement between two individuals who both agree to do (or not to do) a specific act. The truth is that, when you think of the standard contract, you think of a bilateral contract. It&r ...

Gentrification is an urban development phenomenon wherein a specific area changes its population profile by way of an economic appreciation of its real estate. The best way to understand gentrification is through an example: imagine Neighborhood X is located near a power plant, ...

Popular Real Estate Questions

Any move is stressful, no doubt about it. And it can put a lot of pressure on you, even financially. Like everybody else, you have a few expensive items that you want to make sure that will arrive safe and sound at the destination so in order to cover for unexpected events a ...

You know what is the truest answer to “who can put a lien on your house”? Yourself. We’re not trying to be smart here; it’s the truth. Failing to pay up a debt is what gives way for a lien to be put on an asset like a house, so, a broad answer to wh ...

Yes and no.The yes part of the answer is pretty standard; we’ve been covering it in the many many articles we put out on our real estate advice and tips page exposing the complexity of acting as a real estate agent in a housing transaction. There’s a reason why w ...

Yes, you can! Now, it depends on what type of loan you are looking for. Is it a home loan? Or a payday loan? It is possible to borrow money even with a FICO score of 500 points. So, when you have bad credit, you probably don’t want to have your credit checked during the ap ...

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 ...

You came in here looking to find out what happens when a property starts to depreciate but the truth is that the question comes from a false premise because not all properties depreciate. To start off, we need to refer back to what is property depreciation in the first place ...

 

Real Estate Advice and Tips

 

Homebuyer Tips

Home Types Home Buyers Often Overlook

Home Types Home Buyers Often Overlook

There’s a long distance between “common” sense and “good” sense, and most of the times, when it comes to real estate, “common sense” is just garbage. Do we sound too bitter? We’re sorry. It’s just how it is, and the reason for that is because real estate is constantly changing. Furthermore, because housing is a ...

Homebuyer Tips

6 Tips To Better Manage Your Vacation Rental

6 Tips To Better Manage Your Vacation Rental

Do you have a vacation rental? Or do you want to invest in one? Read the following tips to improve your business skills. Wise real estate investments have changed lives for generations. Actually, 45% of real estate investors buy properties with the intent to rent and earn extra money. If you’ve purchased a rental property in an attempt to get rich quickly, you might ...

Home Seller Tips

Innovative Ways To Sell And Buy A House

Innovative Ways To Sell And Buy A House

What do you do when your listed house sits on the market way longer than you anticipated? It’s time to get creative and try some alternative ways to sell your house! According to major listing websites, in 2018, a property spent roughly 68 days on average on the market - a post-recession low. Homes sell twice as fast than in 2010 when 140 days was the average time ...

Homebuyer Tips

Why Are There So Many Different Types Of Loans?

Why Are There So Many Different Types Of Loans?

Ever since childhood, I have seen the many faces of debt. A big statement, you might think, but my parents’ debt greatly impacted my life. When I look around, however, not everybody talks about debt as a dreadful experience. Why? Because they knew which loan to choose from so many different types of loans. And even if they have a hard time with their payments, they ...

Homebuyer Tips

Most Common Homeowners Insurance Claims

Most Common Homeowners Insurance Claims

Are you in the midst of closing your homeowner’s insurance? Trying to save every little penny figuring all the insurance questions we always ask ourselves? Do I need Flood Insurance? What about earthquake? Is there any end in sight for this eternal money spending?Although we do recommend getting the most comprehensive homeowners insurance you can, let us ...

Homebuyer Tips

Benefits Of Owning A Home Vs. Renting

Benefits Of Owning A Home Vs. Renting

Do you want to make a conversation with your friends more interesting? Start talking about the benefits of owning a home vs. renting one and you will see how many different opinions there are. Everybody will take sides, and at the end of your fight - because it’s very likely it will degenerate - you will still be left wondering what the pros and cons of buying a ...

Homebuyer Tips

Questions To Ask When Buying A Condo For The First Time

Questions To Ask When Buying A Condo For The First Time

When my mother bought her first condo, she didn’t listen to anyone, not even to me, her own son. She was all by herself. Three years later, unable to keep up with the payments, she was forced to move out and recovered less money than she’d expected. I was crying inside because I couldn’t help her. Hopefully, you will let me help you avoid the same pain ...

Homebuyer Tips

Real Estate Terms Every Home Buyer HAS To Know!

Real Estate Terms Every Home Buyer HAS To Know!

Real Estate can be tricky sometimes. Real Estate Agents use a lot of particular words and jargons that almost make a dialect of its own. And you, the home buyer, who just wants to find the perfect home and acquire it suddenly has to learn all of those weird real estate terms on your own to make sense of whatever the heck those real estate agents are talking about. You ...

Home Seller Tips

Real Estate Terms Every Home Seller HAS To Know

Real Estate Terms Every Home Seller HAS To Know

You’ve finally put your house on the market but every word that comes out of the real estate agent and potential buyers (or their real estate agents) seems like a foreign language to you. You just nod and try to stay in the loop reading the emotions from your real estate agent. If you took the For sale By Owner route… yikes! Even worse. You’re ...

Agent Advice

Real Estate Agent Salary Vs Commission

Real Estate Agent Salary Vs Commission

From time to time we come up with forecast articles about new disruptive technologies like Self-Driving Cars, Cryptocurrencies, Blockchain and overall trends like the fact that the US Life expectancy is dropping, and the most pessimistic agents start to stock food for the long winter and predict the complete extinction of jobs and total machinery take over. Take it ...