Each month, top San Francisco real estate agents at Danielle Lazier + Associates, in collaboration with COMPASS San Francisco, bring you a recap about our focus and sales. From Just Listed to Recently Sold, our real estate sales evolve every month. To see what we were up to in December, check out the following overview of our San Francisco real estate listings and sales, as well as a summary of other topics we covered in our blog.

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Check out our San Francisco real estate sales, and what we were up to in December:

Just Listed

593 Banks Street, San Francisco. This single family home comes with an attached garage and partial basement. Located in Bernal Heights, this home is perfectly situated for easy commuting.


50 Manchester Street, San Francisco. Built in 1900, this multi-family home is located in the Bernal Heights neighborhood. The home features three bathrooms and beautiful details throughout.


1600 Treat Ave, San Francisco. Situated at the top of one of Bernal Heights’ most sought-after cul-de-sacs on the coveted North Slope, this handsome home offers two large bonus rooms and a bonus bathroom for enormous extensive opportunities.


In Contract

2223 Cecilia Avenue, San Francisco. A most charming 1936 Inner Parkside home on one of San Francisco’s most charming streets. The home features elegant details, generous sized rooms, and classic light fixtures.


Recently Sold

14 Joy Street, San Francisco is a five bedroom, two bathroom semi-detached single family home w/ a family room, a separate office, a deck, & 2 lovely gardens located in sought-after Bernal Heights on the special Joy St steps. The main level of this home has an open plan living & dining room.


192 Downey Street, San Francisco is a two-bedroom, one and a quarter-split bathroom condo located in Ashbury Heights. Vintage details include hardwood floors, high ceilings, wide baseboards, and ornate architectural elements.


4121 Folsom Street, San Francisco. Built in 1947 and located in desirable Bernal Heights, this spacious home is both practical and comfortable. Enhanced with vintage and contemporary architectural details and fixtures.


154 Newman Street, San Francisco. Built in 1907, is a three-bedroom, one-bathroom, fully detached single family home with a beautiful backyard and a stellar location just minutes from Bernal Heights’ Cortland corridor.


3854 19th Street, San Francisco. This four bedroom, three bath condo is located in Dolores Heights. The condo features parking and three decks, which are perfect for lounging and entertaining.


2876 25th Street, San Francisco. With two car tandem garage parking and a freshly landscaped backyard, this Inner Mission District home will wow you with its Mediterranean feel, thoughtful designer fixtures and finishes, hip location, practical upgrades, and smart home features.


5900 3rd Street #2406, San Francisco. Built in 2010, this home is a three bedroom, two bathroom top floor condo with one car parking and ample street parking for guests. Located in the Bayview District, this well-constructed home has an excellent floor plan and gets plenty of light.


Danielle Lazier and Associates San Francisco December Focus

We’ve moved! In December we took the first steps from transferring thousands of blog posts from SFhotlist over to the Danielle Lazier website. Sfhotlist was created way back in 2002 and was the first San Francisco real estate blog. You will get all the same great content, just like before. Check in at DanielleLazier.com each week to see which blog post we feature!

In December we decided to cover a topic that was on everyone’s mind — the GOP Tax Bill. It’s a bit too soon to tell how the GOP tax bill will affect San Francisco real estate. Ultimately, real estate is hyper-local and our market is affected by variables way beyond Washington. San Francisco is a desirable place to live yesterday, today and tomorrow. My guess is that the effects of the tax bill on San Francisco real estate will be minor.

San Francisco Real Estate

Danielle Lazier + Associates, in collaboration with COMPASS San Francisco, have the experience and industry knowledge to help you buy a home in San Francisco. And if you’re looking to sell your home in San Francisco, we’re the best choice for helping you receive the best return on your real estate investment. Reach out to us today for a free consultation!

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