The SFhotlist team celebrated February, the month of love, by absolutely loving our new partnership with Keller Williams San Francisco. The move to Keller Williams was a smart one. Our home buyer and seller clients are reaping the benefits of an international marketing presence and the firm’s commitment to being the best of the best in San Francisco real estate.
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 February:
525 Moultrie Street, San Francisco is a storybook Victorian located in Bernal Heights. You’ll love all the vintage details, spectacular wide-plank flooring, and contemporary amenities.
Built in 1931, 160 Santa Marina Street, San Francisco is a perfectly situated two bedroom, one bathroom single family home with 2+ car parking and room for expansion, in Bernal Heights.
169 Pfeiffer Street, San Francisco is a Telegraph Hill Edwardian condo with one bedroom, one bathroom, a dining room, one car parking, a shared roof deck, and panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island.
555 Bartlett Street Unit 410, San Francisco. Upon entering this contemporary, European-style, two-bedroom, two-bathroom top floor condominium in the Mission District, you’ll be enthralled by the gorgeous views of Bernal Hill.
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.
2016 Balboa Street, San Francisco is a bright and sunny three-bedroom, one and a half-bathroom, top floor flat with one-car parking and a shared garden in a fantastic Central Richmond District location.
We celebrated two wonderful events in March. The first was International Women’s Day, in which we explored the roles of women in real estate. The second was the first day of spring. We kicked it off with a blog post about spring celebrations in San Francisco.
We also examined real estate closing costs in San Francisco. If you’re a first time buyer or seller, you may not be aware of the fees, aka “closing costs,” associated with the sale of a home in San Francisco. This is why having an experienced San Francisco real estate agent at your side who understands the process is important.
To meet our stellar San Francisco real estate team and learn what we’re all about, just watch the video in this article about the team philosophy behind SFhotlist Keller Williams San Francisco .
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!