Buildings have different lending requirements
Instead of waiting to find a unit before getting your pre-approval, we highly suggest lining up financing first. San Francisco real estate moves hourly, we advise all clients to be ready to pull the trigger the second they find The One. Financing delays have cost clients their dream homes, don’t make the same mistake.
Our Preferred Lenders know building requirements inside out and can streamline the pre-approval process for even the most challenging of buildings.
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Vesuvio is easy to miss. The bar started in 1948 and was a prominent part of the beat generation. The walls are covered with photos of beatnik heroes, and when you’re there you really feel that you’re part of a San Francisco legacy.
Trends are easy to spot when you spend your days bouncing between the same 10-15 buildings. San Francisco as a market has a variety of micro-pockets within the real estate market, some of which are as hyper-local as within the same tower of a building.
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A breakdown of the high-end ($2,000 a foot plus) high rise market in San Francisco
Since 2009, more than 10 condominium buildings have risen from the ground, and almost all are at full capacity. The question begs to be asked, which has the best view?
Salesforce Park is San Francisco’s answer to the New York high line. An elevated walking park that spans a 4 block distance, Salesforce park is a convenient way to escape city life.
For realtors, buying a client a birthday card or muffin basket was once considered to be superior service. Such gifts are now largely consigned to the past, as virtual and augmented reality offer realtors a futuristic way to add value to prospective buyers.
Take a stroll along the water, or climb a hill, and you can glimpse the city’s ever-evolving skyline. Small shops and walkable streets are a charming change of scenery from the towering skyscrapers that dominate daily life in the city. After all, there’s no point in living in the Bay Area if you never actually see the Bay.
Firstly, all future property valuations are speculative, and this article is no different. However, with the recent news of the lawsuit settlement for Millennium Tower, San Francisco, we can’t help but ponder the impact on property valuation.