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Blog Archives: December 2016

How to Sell Your House with a Realtor

December 29, 2016
Selling a home can be a highly complex undertaking, with a huge amount of money riding on a successful deal. With so many different competing factors, and so many questions, the whole process can seem overwhelming. That’s why the team of experts at Keller Williams San Francisco has put together this guide on how to sell your house with a Realtor, to give you a better idea of the different phases to selling a home and what you can expect from each one.   Phase One: Preliminary Steps   The very first step is to find a Realtor. Don’t ...

North Beach Neighborhood Update

December 23, 2016
Population: 19,000 Median Sales Price: $1,009,500 Median Cost Per Square Foot: $1,118 Median Monthly rent: $7,200     In San Francisco’s North East quadrant, North Beach is bordered by Fisherman’s Wharf and Chinatown, with increasing overlap and blending with the latter, and by Russian Hill to the West. Having much in common with Manhattan’s Little Italy, North Beach is proud of its strong Italian-American heritage despite changing demographics. Once a working class Italian neighborhood, North Beach now shares its Italian ...

Short Sales Pros and Cons for Buyers and Sellers

December 13, 2016
Short sales, despite their name, are anything but short. They are a complex, and finicky process, and it’s always best that you work with a Realtor with considerable experience conducting short sales in particular, to avoid having the deal fall through. The name uses “short” in the same sense as “getting short changed” or “coming up short” because, in a short sale, the property is sold for less than the remaining mortgage amount, effectively at a loss. As a buyer, at first glance, this seems like a pretty good deal, since you’re able to pick ...

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