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sres: Seniors Real Estate Specialist
The SRES® Designation program educates REALTORS® on how to profitably and ethically serve the real estate needs of the fastest growing market in real estate, clients age 50+. By earning the SRES® designation, you gain access to valuable member benefits, useful resources, and networking opportunities across the U.S. and Canada to help you in your business.
gri: Graduate, REALTOR® Institute
REALTORS® with the GRI designation have in-depth training in legal and regulatory issues, technology, professional standards, and the sales process. Earning the designation is a way to stand out to prospective buyers and sellers as a professional with expertise in these areas.
abr: Accredited Buyer’s Representative
The Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®) designation is designed for real estate buyer agents who focus on working directly with buyer-clients at every stage of the home-buying process.
sfr: Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource
The SFR® certification teaches real estate professionals to work with distressed sellers and the finance, tax, and legal professionals who can help them, qualify sellers for short sales, develop a short sale package, negotiate with lenders, safeguard your commission, limit risk, and protect buyers.
Through NAR's Green Designation, the Green Resource Council provides ongoing education, resources and tools so that real estate practitioners can successfully seek out, understand, and market properties with green features.
crb: Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager
The Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager (CRB) is one of the most respected and relevant designations offered in real estate business management and is awarded to REALTORS® who have completed advanced educational and professional requirements. CRB Designees are better positioned to streamline operations, integrate new technology and apply new trends and business strategies. Join today and discover a new approach to enhancing knowledge and leveraging opportunity.
cpm: Certified Property Manager
CPM designees are recognized as experts in real estate management. Holding this designation demonstrates expertise and integrity to employers, owners, and investors.
crs: Certified Residential Specialist
The CRS designation is the highest credential awarded to residential sales agents, managers, and brokers. On average, CRS designees earn nearly three times more in income, transactions, and gross sales than non-designee REALTORS®.
alc: Accredited Land Consultants
The esteemed Accredited Land Consultants (ALCs) are the most trusted, knowledgeable, experienced, and highest-producing experts in all segments of land. Conferred by the REALTORS® Land Institute, the designation requires successful completion of a rigorous LANDU education program, a specific, high-volume and experience level, and adherence to an honorable Code of Conduct.
cips: Certified International Property Specialist
Instantly align yourself with the best in international real estate by earning the CIPS designation. The program includes five full days of study focusing on the critical aspects of international real estate transactions, and an influential network of 2,000 professionals who turn to each other first when looking for referral partners.
epro: Certified Internet Professional
NAR's e-PRO® certification teaches you to use cutting-edge technologies and digital initiatives to link up with today's savvy real estate consumer.
bpor: Brokers Price Opinion
The BPOR certification provides REALTORS® with knowledge and skills to perform accurate and professional broker price opinions (BPOs) and comparative market analyses (CMAs), while reducing risk and increasing opportunities.
pmn: Performance Management Network
This designation is unique to the REALTOR® family designations, emphasizing that in order to enhance your business, you must enhance yourself. It focuses on negotiating strategies and tactics, networking and referrals, business planning and systems, personal performance management and leadership development.
ccim: Certified Commercial Investment Member
The Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation is commercial real estate’s global standard for professional achievement, earned through an extensive curriculum of 200 classroom hours and professional experiential requirements. CCIMs are active in 1,000 U.S. markets and 31 other countries and comprise a 13,000-member network that includes brokers, leasing professionals, asset managers, appraisers, corporate real estate executives, investors, lenders, and other allied professionals.
cre: Counselors of Real Estate
The Counselors of Real Estate® is an international group of recognized professionals who provide seasoned, expert, objective advice on real property and land-related matters. Only 1,100 practitioners throughout the world carry the CRE® designation. Membership is by invitation only.
gaa: General Accredited Appraiser
For general appraisers, this designation is awarded to those whose education and experience exceed state appraisal certification requirements and is supported by the National Association of REALTORS®.
mrp: Military Relocation Professional
NAR's Military Relocation Professional certification focuses on educating real estate professionals about working with current and former military service members to find housing solutions that best suit their needs and take full advantage of military benefits and support.
raa: Residential Accredited Appraiser
For residential appraisers, this designation is awarded to those whose education and experience exceed state appraisal certification requirements and is supported by the National Association of REALTORS®.
rce: REALTOR® Association Certified Executive
RCE is the only professional designation designed specifically for REALTOR® association executives. RCE designees exemplify goal-oriented AEs with drive, experience and commitment to professional growth.
rsps: Resort and Second-Home Specialist
This certification is designed for REALTORS® who facilitate the buying, selling, or management of properties for investment, development, retirement, or second homes in a resort, recreational and/or vacation destination are involved in this market niche.
sior: Society of Industrial and Office REALTORS®
The SIOR designation is held by only the most knowledgeable, experienced, and successful commercial real estate brokerage specialists. To earn it, designees must meet standards of experience, production, education, ethics, and provide recommendations.
srs: Seller Representative Specialist
The Seller Representative Specialist (SRS) designation is the premier credential in seller representation. It is designed to elevate professional standards and enhance personal performance. The designation is awarded to real estate practitioners by the Council of Real Estate Brokerage Managers (CRB) who meet specific educational and practical experience criteria.
awhd: At Home With Diversity
Learn to work effectively with – and within – today’s diverse real estate market. The At Home With Diversity certification teaches you how to conduct your business with sensitivity to all client profiles and build a business plan to successfully serve them.
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Q:A:Hayes Valley is a fantastic neighborhood to live in because there are tons of amazing restaurants and shops. Having Blue Bottle as your morning coffee spot and Absinthe as your neighborhood bar is reason alone to live here in my opinion. If you need more help spending your money, here are ten other ways: walk into #1 Gimme Shoes #2 Dish #3 Miette Patisserie #4 Dark Garden #5 Alla Prima #6 Lava 9 #7 Arlequin wines #8 True Sake #9 Flight 001 #10 Nancy Boy. If you can walk away without a shopping bag (or 10) then you are a far stronger human being than I. This is also dog and kid parent paradise. Every other person has one or both, they are all chic in their attire and there is a nearby park to walk them!
Q:A:This is a concrete jungle and very much like most downtowns of urban cities. With the exception of a few, the stores are the same ones you will find in New York, Chicago and Boston. People are dressed in suits and pressed for time, wearing an I love San Francisco sweater and a camera around their necks or homeless. There is virtually no street parking during the day and not a grocery store for miles. It is a ghost town at night.
Q:A:Union Square is a shopping paradise - if you like things on a large scale. If you are a designer Diva or gentleman, this is your mecca. Chanel, Gucci, Tiffany, Barney's, Saks, Cartier are just a few of the glitzy names you will discover here. Also, there is the legendary Gumps; the museum/dealer in beautiful wares. Aside from these BIG stores, some of the best highlights can be found on the many tiny alleyways.
Q:A:This is a great place to live if you are more comfortable in a suburb environment; also perfect if you have young kids or are a student going to San Francisco State and can afford off campus housing. It is safe, quiet, and very green here with little parks and benches everywhere. This is a haven for those who want to live in an apartment building, have parking and a safe, clean, quiet neighborhood. It is also relatively inexpensive.
Q:A:If you crave a social environment or neighborhood bars, this area is not for you. The worst part about it is that it is extremely boring. Also, if you don't have a car, getting anywhere will take you both time and effort. The apartment buildings are mundane - most of the interiors and exteriors are the same. In fact, it is very likely that you will get lost your first month of living here since there are no particular landmarks that will distinguish your apartment building or duplex from the dozens just like it.
Q:A:Fog, fog and more fog. A warm and sunny day in San Francisco is somewhat rare, but if you live in this part of town it is virtually non existent, although the two or three fogless days that you will be graced with will be exquisite. The other really big inconvenience about living here is that you cannot live without a car. There is no transportation and no grocery stores, bars or restaurants anywhere in the vicinity. It will take you half an hour without traffic to get anywhere near the center of town.
Q:A:The best thing about living in this area is that you have the beach as your backyard. This is a great place to live with young kids, because there are mostly single family homes, lots of parking and virtually no crime or noise. Although it is not cheap, it is more affordable here than in other parts of the city if you are interested in buying or renting a house not an apartment. You will not run into many people on the streets here because there is nowhere to walk to and most of your neighbors will want to drive, but if you do run into someone it will most likely be someone pushing a stroller or a person over 50.
Q:A:This is an expensive part of town. Don't even think of looking here if you are on a budget! Also, if you want to witness any kind of diversity around you, this is not a place for you. Nowhere else in the city is the crowd so homogeneous, and nowhere else will you be judged if you are not wearing the latest in gym wear. If you move here and spend any time in the Mission, don't tell people you are from the Marina, or risk being instantly shunned.
Q:A:This is a very posh part of town. Most of the houses are single family homes and range from the somewhat large to the mansion-sized. There are many great shops, restaurants and bars on nearby Chestnut street and if you don't want to drive anywhere you can find plenty to do in a few square radius of your house. In fact people who live in the Marina have a reputation for rarely leaving. The streets are all clean and tree lined. If you walk down the street you will run into young, clean cut, preppy people who look more Orange County than San Francisco. Overall this neighborhood is clean, quiet, safe and maintains just the right social balance between calm and boisterous.
Q:A:Probably the same neighborhoods that suffered the least decrease in market values... When there were new houses being built as the market was peaking, the thought was these homes will appreciate faster because they're new. But that didn't seem to be the case, since the traditional thinking has returned --- it's location, location, location (and price, price, price!) Right now, the question is probably which neighborhoods will recover sooner? In Oakland, the areas that maintain their values better than others are those with schools ranked among the highers, areas with high WalkScore (i.e., walk to amenities like restaurants, shopping, etc) like Rockridge.
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Q:A:My office and our team is scouring the "Inner Mission" area of San Francisco for houses, and while we come across some "exceptional" deals, they have been tempered by the pent up demand of the folks who work in some of the tech companies in the surrounding areas. This has also affected the rents, which are now so high that people are opting to move elsewhere, or get "roommates" to help defray the costs. Yes, this influx has affected the market overall.
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