San Francisco has a very fast-moving, dynamic real estate market that often doesn’t reflect what’s happening across the country. For example, “hitting bottom” meant lower sales volumes, higher concentrations of foreclosures and short sales that were largely centered in a handful of neighborhoods, and many properties in prime neighborhoods still selling for more than list prices. In other words, it wasn’t exactly a real estate bloodbath in San Francisco.… Continue Reading
You’ve been hearing all the horror stories from your friends who have been toiling away in the San Francisco real estate market encountering crazy multiple-offer situations, being one-upped by cash offers or just generally having their offers rejected.
Yet you still want to jump in and buy a property in the city. But what do you need to do to ensure success?
You’re in luck, because I’ll be hosting the Home Buyer Workshop with my colleague, Mike Koran of Primary Residential Mortgage, this Saturday, February 8th. We’ll be talking about what you can expect in the market, how to get your financing going, and ultimately, how to compete.
We’ll also throw in a little bonus chat about what the actual purchase transaction timeline looks like, so you have a heads up on what needs to be in place—and when.
So join us if you’re a would-be home buyer who’s getting serious about hitting your real estate goal in 2014:
Home Buyer Workshop
Saturday, February 8th
1746 18th Street, between Arkansas & Carolina in Potrero Hill
RSVP to Eileen at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call/text me at 415-823-4656.
Looking forward to hearing from you!