San Francisco summer is here! Have you been enjoying the warm weather?
The SFhotlist Collective 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 sales to get you the best return on your investment.
Check out our real estate sales, and what we were up to in August:
139 Leese Street #A, San Francisco. 139 Leese Street is a boutique-style condo in a two-unit building that will have you loving life in Bernal Heights. This contemporary three-bedroom, two full bathroom home has the perfect open kitchen, living, and dining layout, great for entertaining family and friends.
580 Prentiss Street San Francisco. Located in beautiful Bernal Heights, this warm and friendly 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom single family home will wow you with its indoor/outdoor living, practical amenities, and tranquil views.
289 Lexington Street, San Francisco. Perfect for the hip urbanite who wants to be at the apex of San Francisco’s most talked-about tech, café, food, and culture scene and and smack in the middle of the Mission District’s many attractions.
1314 Dolores Street, San Francisco. Situated on one of San Francisco’s most desirable streets, 1314 Dolores Street is a top floor, three-bedroom, one-bathroom condo in palm-tree-lined Mission Dolores that provides style, modern amenities, and quiet refinement.
126 Putnam Street, San Francisco. 126 Putnam, a detached, two-bedroom single family home conveniently located one block from Cortland in Bernal Heights’ southern slope, is bright, updated, and spacious.
34 Porter Street, San Francisco. You’ll love this casually elegant Bernal Heights property. 34 Porter Street offers a particularly well-considered blend of traditional Marina-style architecture and contemporary upgrades.
See more listings at DanielleLazier.com
Real estate is more than a job to us — it’s our passion and vocation. We put extra effort into the SFhotlist Collective blog every month to give our clients the best and latest info on ways to save money, real estate trends, community news, and more.
Anyone who’s lived in this city long enough knows that our real summer happens during the autumn months. So, my team and I researched the top SF “summer” festivals that will have you celebrating autumn all summer long.
We also delved into what the “seller’s market” really means for both buyers and sellers. At the end of the day, selling a home the right way in San Francisco is anything but easy.
And, of course, I post weekly San Francisco real estate market updates. Check out my SFhotlist blog and and the Noe Valley Market Update website to get the full story.
If you are looking to buy or sell San Francisco real estate, reach out.