Shelly Sutherland’s SF Newsletter May 2024

Kindred SF Homes – Market Update May 2024     Hello! As a reminder about the flow of my monthly newsletter, the Big Story is national stats and below these few sections is info on our local market. Skim to read what you find useful or interesting and then call me if you want on-the-ground deets.   Summer is here! Hope you have fun plans.  …

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Shelly Sutherland’s SF Newsletter April 2024

Kindred SF Homes – Market Update April 2024 Hello! Big news about the shift in how commissions will be handled nationwide and I would like to discuss it further with you so give me a call. The changes will take place this summer at the earliest. I would like to explain the strategies for buyers to help reduce their out-of-pocket expenses and for sellers, to get…

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Shelly Sutherland’s SF Newsletter March 2024

  Kindred SF Homes – Market Update March 2024               Hello! Lots of excitement in my industry with the news of the National Association of Realtors settlement going into effect this July. The commission structure may or may not change in San Francisco but already, I am having conversations with clients about what best serves them. If you want to…

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Spirit of Kindred March 2024

Spirit of Kindred March 2024 Announcing Real Estate Therapy, The Podcast! We’re happy to announce the launch of the best “waste of a perfectly good hour” since NPR’s Car Talk, debuting next Thursday, March 14 on YouTube and a podcasting platform near you.   The Real Estate Therapy show has been years in the making. It springs from Cynthia Cummins’ blog by the same name where, since 2014, readers have enjoyed…

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Shelly Sutherland’s SF Newsletter February 2024

Kindred SF Homes – Market Update February 2024 Hello! The market is really picking up, especially for SFRs under 2m with large numbers of bidders going after the property. Even for homes in the $2-5m range, there are multiple offers, 2-5, if priced right. Buyers waited it out and even with the high interest rates, people need a place to live so they are pursuing property…

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