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"Buying a home right now will be the best opportunity in your lifetime." Warren Buffet
Yes, the City's market is as amazingly strong and active as the media is reporting. In December of 2011, the City’s economic climate began
a swift change. Buyer confidence and multiple offers are back with a vengeance; a palpable optimism has returned. Why? Rents are rising rapidly. Lending interest rates remain amazingly low. Inventory is extremely low. And, we are
capitalizing on several industries:
tourism, biotech, tech, and social media, among others. Mid-Market Street revitalization is in full swing. New construction can be seen all over the City. Despite some lackluster IPOs, there are still
employees with newly acquired resources, who want to live in
If you are thinking about selling your home, we should start to strategize now. Pricing makes a difference. Staging is critical. The goal is to create multiple offers that drive the value of your house up. If you want to buy a home, we need to seek not only properties on the market, but also properties that were taken off the market when it was slow. I work with a network of top agents who share pocket listings as they become available. Let me start the search for you. Planning ahead in either instance is key to your real estate success. Now is the best time since the Lehman Brothers collapse.
Are you considering a move or a vacation home? I can introduce you to prequalified agents in just about any area. From
Whether augmenting your portfolio with a new primary residence, a vacation property, or investment property, let's discuss your situation and help you reach your goals. The real estate business is about building relationships with partners you can trust. Real estate is not a job but a lifestyle; it's what I do and love to do each and every day.
First Republic Bank’s Prestige Home Index: “San Francisco Bay Area values rose 8.1% from the 3rdQ 2011 and gained 2.4% from the 2ndQ 2012. The Bay Area economy is healthy, inventory is limited, and multiple offers are increasingly the norm."
Kenneth T. Rosen, Chairman of the Fisher School for Urban Economics at UC Berkeley: “Two of the top five markets for 2012 housing sales are in the Bay Area: San Jose and San Francisco.”
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