Top San Francisco Realtor Perspectives: View From My Window

There’s a Facebook group titled “View From My Window” that started during the worldwide pandemic and I have found myself visiting this site often and being in awe of the views, sometimes stunning and others, non-descript. The views are of beachscapes, rolling hills, Norwegian and New Zealand fjords, and one was of African animals in a backyard. Those are the Instagram-worthy images. Equally impactful are…

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Top San Francisco Realtor Perspectives: Everything is Topsy-Turvy

Everything is topsy-turvy, right?!?! To keep sane and somewhat upbeat, I visit my favorite artists on Instagram. I follow these artists more deeply and engage a bit in between reading the news and scrolling through Facebook. Then I relapse into panic when reading NextDoor. I reminisce about the good ‘ol days when I lived large in the City — dining out, seeing live music, hanging…

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Planning, Zoning and Legislation to Enable Missing Middle Housing

I have always felt that middle-income earners do not benefit from new housing projects in San Francisco. SPUR is hosting a lecture given by Daniel Parolek who just wrote a book on “missing middle housing”. Join the discussion next week. The mismatch between the types of housing currently available and the types that people need is especially apparent here in the Bay Area, with its…

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It Might Have Been Otherwise

Well written Cynthia! I especially like the poem. Sharing with all my peeps: On a zoom call yesterday, I told a friend and colleague that I’ve been struggling and feeling moody lately. “I’m not my usual bright-penny self,” I said, “I’m feeling a little dampened, a little low.” She paused a long time. So long that I was pretty sure she was checking her email…

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3 Things Homeowners Regret Forgetting

Thanks Cynthia, for these important reminders! Clients, friends, homeowners…please read. You know the tendency bloggers/writers/ instagrammers have for framing a topic with enumerated lists? 10 Netflix Rom-Coms to Stream Tonight. 5 Most Loved Cabbage Recipes on Epicurious. 8 Ways to Say Yes but Mean No. I hate that format. But I have my own enumerated list today, as you can see from the title of…

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Key News and Trends Impacting Your Local Market | May 2020

A Message from Our Family to Yours We hope this message finds you healthy. Our team is committed to continuing to serve all your real estate needs while incorporating safety protocol to protect all of our loved ones. We also want to assure you that of all investments you can make, real estate has historically proven to be the best asset you can own in…

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Video from the lecture on Women in Modern Art

Delve into the inspiring stories of influential women whose powerful works challenge rules, shift perspectives, and deepen understanding of women’s contributions to 20th and 21st century artistic movements, including Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, and Conceptual Art. Some of the featured artists are household names, others are groundbreaking social commentators you need to know, and all offer fascinating insights on the complicated road traveled by female artists,…

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Should You Wait to Sell or Not?

Today I’m sharing my answers to the questions on a lot of homeowners’ minds right now. 1. Why is now a great time to sell a home? Who should be thinking about that right now and why? Compared with the rest of the world, the San Francisco residential real estate market is and always has been weighted in favor of sellers. With only a 7-by-7-mile…

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Invitation to join a lecture on Women in Modern Art

Delve into the inspiring stories of influential women whose powerful works challenge rules, shift perspectives, and deepen understanding of women’s contributions to 20th and 21st century artistic movements, including Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, and Conceptual Art. Some of the featured artists are household names, others are groundbreaking social commentators you need to know, and all offer fascinating insights on the complicated road traveled by female artists,…

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Video from the lecture on David Park, 1950s Bay Area figurative artist

Not only am I a realtor in San Francisco, but I am an art enthusiast and I’ve started sharing my passion with clients and friends. Recently, I organized a webinar on the 1950s Bay Area Figurative artist, David Park. On May 22, I’m having another one with the same lecturer, Jennifer Reese, and the topic will be women artists since the 1900s. See a video…

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