First-time home buyers Fiona and Nathan speak out about what makes for a great experience working with the right agent.
Take a fun tour with first-time home buyers in San Francisco.
We just attended a meeting with our Sanchez, Pond and Prosper neighbors in the San Francisco Eureka Valley area, coordinated with the SF Mission District police and Supervisor Mandelman. They had some great advice for helping us make our blocks safer.
It was good to hear that we were already following many of their suggestions, but there were some great new ideas that we hadn’t considered.
The tips below are critical, especially if your property is vacant while you’re selling it. Criminals see and know what’s going on in their area.
9 Great Tips
Our team transformed the Victorian in front (324 Noe Street) and bungalow in back (326 Noe Street) into charming TICs that both sold in 14 days at over the asking price.
We brought out the elegance of each home with professional staging and by remodeling the areas that mattered most to the right buyers. No detail was missed, and I personally managed all buyer negotiations and arrangements to ensure the highest possible price and a great experience for the sellers.
Part 2 of our series on Edwardian period architecture with James Dixon covers 4 styles, represented on the same block of our new listing at 739-741 Clayton Street, SF.
Ever wonder why an Edwardian house is named as such? Well, James Dixon, a practicing San Francisco architect, who has done a number of videos and style sheets of San Francisco architecture, explains.
To learn even more about different architecture styles, visit his website at: http://www.jdarchitect.com
See how our new listing at 739-741 Clayton will be remodeled into 2 high-end, highly desirable homes by focusing on the heart of the home: the kitchens and bathrooms. These areas were currently outdated and not fully functional, which is why they previously didn't sell at the desired price.