This one-minute video offers a high-level overview of real estate activity in Pacific Union's San Francisco region in the first quarter of 2017.
San Francisco real estate market activity was noticeably cooler this summer than last, with fewer properties selling above asking price and sellers receiving smaller premiums. Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp explains what it all means and what to expect looking ahead.
San Francisco condominium sales and prices have slowed so far in 2016 after several years of frenzied activity. Pacific Union Chief Economist Selma Hepp looks at the numbers behind the trend and explains how they will impact buyers in the city.
March 17, 2016 • Posted in San Francisco
Located south of Bernal Heights and north of Crocker-Amazon, San Francisco's Excelsior neighborhood is a mostly residential enclave that is growing in popularity with families, thanks in part to its relative affordability.
October 29, 2015 • Posted in San Francisco
Tucked away in San Francisco's southwestern corner, the Parkside neighborhood will appeal to families who seek a quiet, suburban environment without having to sacrifice a city lifestyle.
August 13, 2015 • Posted in San Francisco
San Francisco home shoppers in search of a walkable neighborhood that blends both suburban and urban appeal should put centrally located Laurel Heights on their list of places to explore.
May 13, 2015 • Posted in San Francisco
With its expansive, stately homes and impressive architectural pedigree, San Francisco's high-end St. Francis Wood stands out as a particularly beautiful neighborhood -- even in a city that has plenty of them.
February 11, 2015 • Posted in San Francisco
A booming economy is bringing more jobs and people to San Francisco, but one big question facing the city is where all of these newcomers will live and whether they will be able to afford a home. We take a look at Mayor Ed Lee’s plan to introduce 30,000 new and rehabilitated housing units in the coming years.
January 7, 2015 • Posted in San Francisco
With numerous dining and entertainment options, a handy central location, and quick access to some of the city’s top outdoor recreation spots, San Francisco’s North Panhandle neighborhood has plenty to recommend it -- and therefore no shortage of eager homebuyers.
October 29, 2014 • Posted in San Francisco
San Francisco home shoppers who place incredible views high on their wish lists will find that the vistas don’t get much better than they do in the mellow Twin Peaks neighborhood.
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