Welcome to My New Look!

It was time for an Inside San Francisco Real Estate refresh, and I hope you like my new look!

Much thanks to award-winning designer Richard Coward of Studio Coward for that work of art above that captures all our San Francisco icons, as well as my favorite local buildings—not to mention my own Noe Valley property and the one that Richard and his wife bought with me last year.

I want to thank Dave Bloom of Ginger Soul Records in Brooklyn for the new layout and look. This wasn’t just about popping in a new WordPress theme; Dave built the site from scratch so I could work with a custom layout that will give me a lot of flexibility in the future.

And special thanks to Sarah Deragon of Portraits To The People for my new photos. Gotta keep my photo updated so I don’t surprise new clients, and Sarah made the process easy.

You’ll continue to find the inside scoop on San Francisco real estate on these pages, culled from my day-to-day work as a full-time Realtor. I look forward to keeping you covered on all things real estate, and please get in touch if you’re planning to buy or sell this year. I’d be happy to work with you and help you strategize so you can accomplish what you want without a lot of stress.

San Francisco Wants You To be a HERO

This is the year to upgrade your home so that it’s more energy efficient. The latest Zephyr Market Tracker reports that San Francisco has just joined the ranks of California cities that have approved the Home Energy Renovation Opportunity (HERO) and Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) programs.

You can apply for these programs starting in the Spring to help finance upgrades like solar power, energy-saving windows and doors, insulation and more.

Also in this edition of Market Tracker is a lineup of local museums that offer free admission on certain days and weekends. Did you know that it’s free to get into the Asian Art Museum on the first Sunday of every month? There are a lot more freebies out there.

All this plus a look at homes currently on the market that have their own outdoor space, along with the latest San Francisco market stats and sales. It’s all here in the Zephyr Market Tracker!

Here Are My SF Real Estate Predictions for 2015

Here Are My SF Real Estate Predictions for 2015

 

It’s that time of year when I haul out my crystal ball and let you all know what I think will be happening in the San Francisco real estate market this year. One thing that’s definitely certain is that many of you will be contacting me to help you buy or sell a home. I look forward to talking with you! In the meantime, here’s how things will shake out in 2015.Continue Reading

San Francisco Market Wraps Up 2014 on High Note

The San Francisco real estate market ended 2014 on a high note, with stronger-than-ever price averages, overbidding and cash sales dominating the landscape.

Our single-family home and condo markets behaved a bit differently in the final quarter of last year. Here’s a look at how things shook out.Continue Reading

Tech Jobs, Foreign Buyers Will Drive Market in 2015

Tech Jobs, Foreign Buyers Will Drive Market in 2015

The strength of the tech industry and foreign buyers’ appetite for Bay Area homes will be the biggest factors influencing the local real estate market in 2015, according to First Republic’s Senior Managing Director and Porfolio Manager Alan Zafran at yesterday’s Realtor luncheon at the St. Francis Yacht Club. Continue Reading

New Condo Listings, Holiday Activities in SF

Have you planned to hit up any holiday activities in the city yet? The latest Zephyr Market Tracker rounds up the newest condo listings, and also takes a look at what’s on tap for San Francisco’s holiday activities.

We also check out the deets behind the potential subway extension to Fisherman’s Wharf. All this, plus the latest sales and stats. It’s all here in the Zephyr Market Tracker!

CrimeMapping A Cool Tool for SF Home Buyers

I always advise home buyers to do their due diligence if they’re concerned about crime activity. Car theft/break-ins, muggings, assaults and burglaries are unfortunately incidents that happen in all neighborhoods. But some areas do have higher crime rates than others, and you should be aware of the nature and frequencies of crimes in the area you choose to call home in the future.Continue Reading

Watch Out For Water Intrusion

Watch Out For Water Intrusion

The California drought has pushed thoughts of flooding and water damage out of many homeowners’ minds—until the past week or so. We’ve managed to get substantial rainfall, and another big storm is heading to The Bay Area this week. You’ll be in the majority if you suddenly notice a roof leak or water pooling in your garage.

The best time to check for water intrusion is this time of year, particularly after heavy rainfall. Whether you’re a homeowner or a home buyer having a property inspected, here’s a checklist of things to monitor.Continue Reading

Get in touch:

Eileen Bermingham

Zephyr Real Estate

415.823.4656

ebermingham@zephyrsf.com

BRE# 01352627

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