Monthly Archives: September 2010

San Francisco Home Prices Still Ripe for Correction

One question I’m asked frequently is whether home prices still have further to go. Because I’m not a gypsy and don’t have a crystal ball, it’s difficult to say with any sort of confidence whether this will be the case through the end of the year and into 2011. But I believe there are certain indications that prices will decline a bit more over the next year. Continue Reading

What’s a Fixer Worth in the Inner Richmond?

The 3BR/1.5BA, 1632-square foot Edwardian recently listed at 507 9th Avenue at Anza came on the market as a fixer for $650,000 at the end of August. The house was actually in decent condition, and it was easy to see how one could renovate the property and bring it into the 21st century. Continue Reading

How’s the Market In: Bernal Heights

I have many clients who live in Bernal, and am often asked how the market is doing in the neighborhood. The Bernal real estate market is usually pretty healthy; buyers like the favorable weather, as well as the close proximity to the Cortland retail strip and freeways. First-time home buyers typically target Bernal because the homes are generally smaller and thus more affordable in comparison to other nearby areas like Noe Valley. Continue Reading

Strong Summer for San Francisco House, Condo Markets

The economy is chugging along, and the downward trend continues to affect the national housing market. San Francisco has its share of foreclosures, short sales, and limited ability for buyers to get loans in what’s considered a very expensive geographical area. Despite these issues, however, the summer real estate market was surprisingly resilient. Continue Reading

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Eileen Bermingham

Zephyr Real Estate


BRE# 01352627

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