“Real estate, evolved” is a key motto of Danielle Lazier :: SFhotlist Team San Francisco. We understand that real estate is about how you live both inside and outside of your home. Staying ahead of the trends is why we keep you informed each month about the latest market updates and what’s happening in San Francisco Bay Area real estate! Our forward thinking mindset and our team oriented approach are just two of the reasons why we’re able to get you the best return on your real estate investment.
Check out our real estate sales, and what we were up to in October:
50 Patton Street, San Francisco. This remodeled Neo-Edwardian home is located in Bernal Heights near Holly Park and features ample outdoor space, a generous one-car parking garage and an additional off-street parking spot.
560 Haight Street #206, San Francisco. This condo located in the infamous Haight Ashbury neighborhood has two bathrooms and approximately 1,095 square feet.
2 Allston Way, San Francisco. This light filled single family home is located on the most desirable block in West Portal and features a beautifully landscaped corner lot, with great curb appeal.
1169 Dolores Street, San Francisco. Behind the Edwardian facade of this Noe Valley home lies a lovingly remodeled elegance, retreat, and sweeping views and San Francisco.
12 College Terrace, San Francisco.This charming 1915 Bernal Heights home stands apart from the other historic houses on the street with its handsome period details and gold leaf accents.
365 Highland Ave, San Francisco.This detached home in Bernal Heights features bay windows, a huge eat-in kitchen, and dramatic views of San Francisco and the East Bay.
603 Carolina Street, San Francisco. This fabulous condo unit is located in Potrero Hill and features tons of unique amenities, like tennis courts and stunning views.
1427 42nd Ave, San Francisco. Located in the Outer Sunset just three blocks from Golden Gate Park, this Marina style home boasts original detail, hardwood floors, fireplace and spacious living room.
SFhotlist Team San Francisco October Focus
In October, we focused on what it’s like to live in the San Francisco Bay Area during the autumn season. The city did not disappoint! We know that residents love any excuse to celebrate, so we delved into the best practices for decorating your home for Halloween.
If decorating your home for Halloween wasn’t enough to give you the jitters, there are plenty of spooky homes to be seen in San Francisco — some of which are even rumored to be haunted! We examined four of these houses in a blog post about the most haunted homes in San Francisco.
We did take a small break from the Halloween posts to bring you the content we know our readers like best: real estate tips that will help get you the highest return on your investment. We’re often asked about home renovations and which ones are the best ones to do before you sell. The return on investment for home renovations is unique to the real estate market in which you live, so we examined the top home renovations for San Francisco.
It’s part of our jobs as San Francisco Realtors to know the city’s neighborhoods inside and out, but we particularly specialize in Noe Valley. If you’d like to learn more, check out our weekly San Francisco real estate market updates. Visit the SFhotlist blog and and the Noe Valley Market Update website to get the scoop each month!
If you are looking to buy or sell San Francisco real estate, please reach out. We’d love to help you get the best return on your real estate investment and help you find the home of your dreams!
-Danielle Lazier :: SFhotlist Team San Francisco