If this is an income property, then you also need to figure an occupancy factor (usually 95%), rental ad costs and management fees (if any). I would also bump up the maintenance costs.
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There are standard charges that are customary in San Francisco. When you are buying a home the total amount can vary, especially if you have asked the seller to participate in these costs. This can save you a healthy amount!
A very open question and it depends. Generally you will pay your property tax including any area specific special taxes, insurance, HOA if a condo (varies per unit and building greatly) etc.
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