Each month, top San Francisco real estate agent Danielle Lazier :: SFhotlist Team and Compass San Francisco bring you a monthly recap of what we’ve been achieving. We look forward to keeping you informed about the latest market updates and what’s happening in San Francisco real estate. Below you’ll find a recap of our San Francisco real estate listings and sales, as well as an overview of other topics we covered in the SFhotlist blog. Whether you’re looking to buy or sell a home in San Francisco, Danielle Lazier :: SFhotlist Team, and Compass San Francisco have the experience to guide you through the process and a solid reputation of success to stand behind. Have questions? Get in touch with us today!

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

Just Listed

633 hampshire633 Hampshire Street #3, San Francisco. This is a gorgeous loft in the Inner Mission with floor to ceiling windows facing Twin Peaks and an abundance of natural light.








50 Patton50 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.








126 Noe Street, San Francisco is a light-filled condo located in San Francisco’s desirable Duboce Triangle neighborhood. Built in 1887 and updated for modern convenience, this home is exquisitely remodeled and ready for move-in.








San Francisco real estate1543-1545 Treat Avenue, San Francisco. Built in 1900, this two-unit building features two-car parking, a large back yard, and a bonus garden studio situated one-half block from Bernal Heights’ charming Precita Park.








Compass San Francisco1088 Ashbury Street, San Francisco. This charming home was built in 1914. Located in Ashbury Heights, the home features three-bedrooms and one-car parking.








Danielle Lazier SFhotlist Compass San Francisco811 Moultrie Street, San Francisco is located in Bernal Heights and features bay windows, coved ceilings, and a landscaped back garden.








In Contract

478 Anderson Street, San Francisco. This fab fixer is located just two blocks from Bernal Heights’ desirable Cortland corridor and features vintage glass doors and a traditional foyer with direct access to the one-car parking garage.








55_page_820_web_000455 Page Street #820, San Francisco is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom luxury penthouse in Hayes Valley with a contemporary zen feel and views spanning from Alamo Square to the East Bay.








1553TreatAve1553 Treat Avenue, San Francisco. Built in 1908, this home is a three bedroom, two bathroom condo in a three-unit building located on a serene cul-de-sac in Bernal Heights’ desirable north slope.








1310 Fillmore Street #804, San Francisco. Located in the Western Addition neighborhood, this unit features 9′ ceiling, a gourmet kitchen with stainless steel gas appliances.








Recently Sold

4351 Ulloa St4351 Ulloa Street, San Francisco.A single family home built in 1944. Located in the Outer Parkside neighborhood, close to the ocean and the San Francisco Zoo.








3812 24th St # A3812 24th Street # A, San Francisco.Centrally located at the heart of Noe Valley’s 24th Street, the highlight of this condo is a spacious master suite on the upper level with views toward Twin Peaks.








SFhotlist Team and Compass San Francisco January Focus

As with any start to a new year, we took the beginning of 2017 as an opportunity to focus on New Year’s resolutions — and our particular focus was on San Francisco homeowners. Click to see five New Year’s resolutions for San Francisco homeowners for 2017.

For those of you looking to sell this year, we also examined five mistakes to avoid when selling your home in San Francisco. This handy guide will help you avoid making costly and unnecessary mistakes that might reduce the value of your home.

You probably put a lot of thought into finding your piece of San Francisco real estate, so don’t forget to protect your home with adequate home insurance. Here are five factors for you to consider when looking for home insurance in San Francisco.

As always, one of the best parts of the job as San Francisco Realtors is getting to know San Francisco’s neighborhoods inside and out. One of our favorites is Noe Valley. If you’d like to learn more, check out our weekly San Francisco real estate market updates. Visit the SFhotlist blog and the Noe Valley Market Update website to get the highlights each month!

Are you looking to sell or buy a home in San Francisco? Reach out to Danielle Lazier :: SFhotlist Team and Compass San Francisco and see how we can help you get the best return on your real estate investment or help you find your San Francisco dream home!

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