The Danielle Lazier :: SFhotlist Team and Keller Williams San Francisco philosophy is that real estate is not just about square footage. It’s about how you live inside & outside of your home. Which is why we always want to keep you informed about the latest market updates and what’s trending in San Francisco! It’s also why we’re able to optimize our real estate transactions to get you the best return on your investment.

Check out our real estate sales, and what we were up to in April:

Just Listed

74 Eagle St.74 Eagle Street, San Francisco. Built in 1913, this is a contemporary Eureka Valley single family home with dramatic views.

315 Park Street315 Park Street, San Francisco. A gorgeous Mediterranean-style one-bedroom, one-bathroom built in 1930, this Bernal Heights single family home includes a landscaped side garden, one-car parking, and bonus living space.

756 Clayton756 Clayton Street, San Francisco. Built in 1904 and located on the cusp of Cole Valley, Haight Ashbury and Ashbury Heights, this Edwardian charmer has great curb appeal and plenty of vintage detail.

1459 31st Ave1459 31st Avenue, San Francisco. Believed to be designed and built by noted architect Christian Anderson in 1937, this classic French Revival-style Sunset home has four bedrooms and two bathrooms on two levels.

In contract

525_Moultrie_ 525 Moultrie Street, San Francisco. This storybook Victorian is located in Bernal Heights. You’ll love all the vintage details, spectacular wide-plank flooring, and contemporary amenities.

3720 Sacramento 3720 Sacramento Street #4, San Francisco. Built in 1904, this stylish home is a tranquil Presidio Heights oasis. You’ll love this apartment’s Manhattan feel with its pre-war charm, garden views, and easy access to sophisticated city amenities.

24_Elsie_Exterior_Web_000224 Elsie Street, San Francisco. This freshly painted mid-century modern two-bedroom, one-bathroom single family home is located on the very desirable northeastern slope ​of Bernal Heights.

4339_Cesar_Chavez_Web_00014339 Cesar Chavez, San Francisco, is a great example of why San Francisco loves Noe Valley. This spacious three-bedroom, two-bathroom single family home invites you to fall in love from the moment you see the front garden’s fresh landscaping.

227 Flood Ave227 Flood Avenue, San Francisco, is a Sunnyside gem with a grand front room offering lots of natural light.

2941-Harrison-St2941 Harrison Street #A, San Francisco, is a super hip two bedroom flat in a classic three-unit Edwardian building. Desirable Inner Mission location.

270-Prospect-Ave270 Prospect Avenue, San Francisco. This sun filled Bernal Heights cottage receives lovely afternoon light complemented by abundant Western windows and multiple skylights.

Recently Sold​

160_Santa_Marina_2_Hi-res_0006-960x600Built in 1931, 160 Santa Marina Street, San Francisco. Perfectly situated, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom single family home with two+ car parking and room for expansion, is located in desirable Bernal Heights.

555_Bartlett_410_Web_0011555 Bartlett Street Unit 410, San Francisco. Upon entering this contemporary, European-style, two-bedroom, two-bathroom top floor condominium in the Mission, you’ll be enthralled by the gorgeous, open views of Bernal Hill.

1200-Castro-St-11200 Castro Street #1, San Francisco, is an elegant and spacious condominium in the charming Noe Valley neighborhood.

101-Bepler-St101 Bepler St, Daly City. Peaceful location in original Daly City, with great views. This is a really easy to live in house, filled with sunshine and requires nothing but moving in!

April Focus

We had spring fever in April, which means a desire to garden, spruce up our homes, and take advantage of the San Francisco sellers market. We started the month by exercising our green thumbs and featured a blog post about Gardening and Landscaping Tips for San Francisco Home Sellers. Gardening and landscaping in San Francisco can be tricky, which is why we outlined five tips to get home owners motivated.

For the rest of the month, we really honed in on our real estate expertise. We addressed Why You Should Find a Realtor with Specialization (hint: it’s the key to getting the best return on your investment when buying or selling a home in San Francisco), and showcased a before and after example to highlight the benefits of staging.

We also published helpful information for home buyers, with blog posts on the home loan process and 3 ways to becoming a qualified home buyer. Successful real estate agents want to work with qualified buyers, which means that if you want to work with the top real estate agents, like the SFhotlist Team and Keller Williams San Francisco, then you should aim to become a qualified buyer. This is a win-win situation for everyone involved, as becoming a qualified buyer will benefit both you and the real estate agent.

And, of course, we post weekly San Francisco real estate market updates. Check out the SFhotlist blog and and the Noe Valley Market Update website to get the full story.

Are you looking to buy or sell San Francisco real estate? Please, reach out. We’d love to help!

-Danielle Lazier :: SFhotlist Team Keller Williams San Francisco

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