Shelly Sutherland’s SF Newsletter – September 2021

Hello, hope you’re enjoying our summer! We’ve had a couple of really warm days and more usually comes. We don’t want too many, since most San Franciscans prefer cooler temperatures. I really do not like heat as many of you know. Even during the foggy days, my listing at 1124 Stanyan got into contract in 6 days. This is a beautifully remodeled Cole Valley home priced at…

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Shelly Sutherland’s SF Newsletter – August 2021

Hello, I know we have been socked in by fog all summer but have you been outside of the City and experienced the intense heat? I choose fog! And so do many others…this fall is going to be an active one in the world of SF housing.  Hope you find value in this month’s newsletter. – Shelly Sutherland, DRE #01079918   See Your Home’s Value   Welcome…

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Shelly Sutherland’s SF Newsletter – July 2021

Hi Everyone, I am sending this on the very last day of July because my head has been in the mountains. While I have been hiking and biking, the real estate market continues to be frothy but there have been more opportunities because of the summer. The fall is right around the corner and I know it is going to be intense. Now that I’m…

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Shelly Sutherland’s SF Newsletter – June 2021

Hello Everyone! Summer is here and we all get to enjoy it, as opposed to last year. I just heard the term “revenge travel” which is a negative perspective of everyone getting out of their homes and having some fun.  My realtor community is wondering what this “revenging” will do to the summer market. I think condos will continue to be available to purchase and…

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Shelly Sutherland’s SF Newsletter – May 2021

Hello, it’s been a wild ride and if you’re actively in the market, you may be exhausted! The inventory is way too low and the demand incredibly high. Have you heard this story before?!?! Condos were really hurting last year because people focused on purchasing SFRs which is driving the price up to today’s median of $1.8m. Some buyers are shifting to condos because of…

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Shelly Sutherland’s SF Newsletter – April 2021

Hi All, spring is here and people are getting out there, freshly vaccinated with preapproval letters in hand! Market is moving fast and my sellers of these three listings should benefit from the frothy market. If you or someone you know are interested in any of these properties, call me! Ashbury Heights four bedroom, three bathroom renovated condo on 2-levels with stunning Golden Gate Bridge…

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Shelly Sutherland’s SF Newsletter – March 2021

Hi Everyone! Spring is here and the market is wild! Multiple offers for all types of properties and even at the higher price points. If you want to know how to navigate this market, reach out. I am in the thick of it! I have two amazing properties coming on the market. One is a two-level, top floor condo in Ashbury Heights. Remodeled to perfection…

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Shelly Sutherland’s SF Newsletter – February 2021

Hi Everyone! I’m a bit late in getting this out but please take a moment to read this one because important trends are described over the past decades. A very interesting read so plunge in. The sales activity is intense. The same ‘ol San Francisco story: big demand and limited supply. You need to be agile and creative if you’re a buyer and for sellers,…

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SF Bay Area Market Update | January 2021

Hello Everyone! What a crazy launch to 2021 but things are looking up. I’m feeling the optimism everywhere and this is good for real estate. Optimism combined with low interest rates, strong stock market and people used to the new normal, bodes well for activity levels here in the City. For sellers, if priced right and a solid marketing plan, you should do fine. For…

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SF Bay Area Market Update

Welcome to our November newsletter. This month, we take a look at the ways in which current U.S. economic conditions are affecting local, state, and national real estate markets. In particular, we examine some crucial economic indicators, such as third-quarter Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP)1 and new housing permits. Although California’s COVID-19 cases remain fewer per capita than those of most other states, cases are rising…

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