If you are open to the Walnut Creek-Lamorinda areas, you will have many choices for arts and entertainment. It's also just a BART ride away from San Francisco. There a ... more
As I mentioned in one of your other questions I grew up in San Francisco and currently live in Santa Clara which is in Silicon Valley. I have rental properties in ... more
With the interest rates at 3% - 4% , if you have the money to put 10-20% down, I would say buy a house now! For the price range that you have indicated, many parts ... more
There are so many great neighborhoods in San Francisco, and don't forget we are just 7 miles x 7 miles so many neighborhoods are close to downtown.
The Inner Mission was ... more
I would recommend checking out Trulia's market trends to learn a bit more about how the neighborhoods differ: http://www.trulia.com/real_estate/New_York-New_York/market-tre ... more
will you be considering Condos or just Single Family homes. If you are considering condos River North, Gold Coast and Streeterville has a lot of what you are looking for if you ... more
The fir ... more
If you have kids and need areas of good schools, then your choices are Pleasanton, San Ramon, Castro Valley and Fremont.
As far as being close to SFO, Fremont (Zip Co ... more
Take a serious look at SOMA or the Mission District. The Mission does have a hipster scene but that increases by the day in SF, sorry. Not all of the hipsters there are colleg ... more
The decision to rent or buy is very personal to each potential buyer. Things to consider 1) ... more
The answer to your question is, it depends. There are many neighborhoods that are great for families, but the best one will depend on your budget, weather preferences and c ... more
Parking can be tough in the evenings but is generally not bad in the morning and afternoon. Usually once you settle into your home, you find little tricks within a few blocks. ... more