San Francisco sales continue at a frenzied pace, with the pattern of listing low and selling high remaining intact. And our median price ranges are $827,250-$1,351,000 for condos, houses and two- to four-unit buildings.
We’re finally getting our free public wi-fi throughout San Francisco, due to a partnership with Google. And if you’re looking to lose your iPhone for a weekend in favor of a book, check out Litquake, a literary festival that takes place in mid October.
It’s all here in this edition of the Zephyr MarketTracker!
Nothing attracts home buyers more than a good, solid retail area that they can walk to from their new home. Consider all the wildly popular neighborhoods that have retail areas featuring hot restaurants, cafes, shops and services: Noe Valley, Hayes Valley, The Mission, Cole Valley, Cow Hollow, the Marina and the Inner Sunset, to name just a few. Buyers will pay dearly to be in walking distance of these strips, because if you can’t walk to anything, why live in San Francisco?… Continue Reading