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David Tapper, Real Estate Pro in Burlingame, CA
David Tapper answered:
What is the best way for an out-of-town student to find an affordable place in the city without attending open houses everyday?
Contact a property management company or a rental agent.

Best.

Tap
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David Tapper, Real Estate Pro in Burlingame, CA
David Tapper answered:
why don't i get any responces for houses that i am interested in?
Because many ads are bogus and others are scams. Go on Craislist, but you should probably contact some property management companies or rental agents as well.

Good luck.

Tap
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jun 2, 2012 Rental Basics in San Francisco
Bob Evans, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Bob Evans answered:
SF Rentals allowing dogs and cats
I have a 1bedroom renta lavailable June 15th with a view ,garage, laundry and garden for pets and people in a 5 unit Bldg at 11 Crestline San Francisco. Rent about $1,700. Drive by and ... more
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Jed Lane, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Jed Lane answered:
How is the renting market in San Francisco?
The rent market is tight right now. the studio range is close but you are too low on the houses.
I manage property and can tell you that there are many people looking for rentals now. ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jun 4, 2012 Rental Basics in San Francisco
Joe, Both Buyer and Seller in Mill Valley, CA
Joe answered:
I want to be on the water, preferably on a marina. Where can you reccomend in SF?
The Marina. That would be a good start.
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Astrid Lacit…, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Astrid Lacitis answered:
Moving from DC to SF; currently rent in doorman building with amenities (gym/laundry). Any recommendations on finding similar buildings/condos in SF?
In South Beach you will find the largest concentration of buildings with the amenities you are looking for, doormen.

Astrid Lacitis
Keynote Properties
415 860 0765
0 votes Share Flag Fri Feb 8, 2013 Rental Basics in San Francisco
sfdragonboy, Home Owner in San Francisco, CA
sfdragonboy answered:
Any suggested resources to use for apartment searching in San Francisco? My max rent price is $1500.
Hi there. Craigslist and this website presumably are excellent resources. I have listed my properties on Craigslist in the past and have had excellent results. I would check often as ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Jul 16, 2012 Rental Basics in San Francisco
Bob Evans, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Bob Evans answered:
I'm attending Academy of Art University in the fall, coming from NY. Can someone name safe neighborhoods near the school's location to rent?
Hi,
I am a 3rd generation San Francisco native and I can say that the South Beach, Yerba Buena Financial District and Soma are all safe areas and are close to location.
0 votes Share Flag Sat Apr 14, 2012 Rental Basics in San Francisco
Kevin Ho, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Kevin Ho answered:
What are the main differences between Noe Valley and Pac Heights?
People, weather and prices. Noe Valley tends to be sunnier, younger and more diverse in my experience. Plus you have access to 101/280 and BART. It's also ground zero for the
0 votes Share Flag Wed Apr 25, 2012 Rental Basics in San Francisco
Oggi Kashi, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Oggi Kashi answered:
Thinking about moving here from St Louis. What's the best neighborhood for a young single guy?
Based on your criteria, I have 2 words for you: North Beach.

You'll find this neighborhood offer all that you seek.

Best,

Oggi Kashi - 415.690.3792 direct
Broker Associate, Pa ... more
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Terri Vellios, Real Estate Pro in Campbell, CA
Terri Vellios answered:
We rent a condo and the owners want us to buy it from them. Are there any downsides of buying the place you currently rent? Any extra considerations?
The benefit is that you already know most of the condition of the interior and surrounding neighborhood. Also, you may not have to compete with other buyers. Even thought you are purc ... more
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Toby Jackson, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Toby Jackson answered:
I currently live in San Jose and searching for something closer to work (The Financial District, San Francisco). Where is the best surrounding place?
It really depends on what your preferences are regarding a commute. There are some great neighborhoods that have fairly easy access to downtown via MUNI and even BART. North Beach and p ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Apr 8, 2012 Rental Basics in San Francisco
Lorraine Mei…, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Lorraine Meier answered:
Where is the best place to get a great deal in the city, that isn't in the sunset or the richmond?
What is your definition of a "great deal"? Is it a 3 bed/ 2ba condo in Pacific Heights for under a million that has views that make you want to never leave your house, a 2 bed/1ba cosme ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Apr 8, 2012 Rental Basics in San Francisco
David Tapper, Real Estate Pro in Burlingame, CA
David Tapper answered:
I'm not a fan of the "gritty" San Francisco aesthetic. Where should I look if I want to be comfortable walking around at night?
If you want to get out of the "City", Burlingame, San Mateo or San Carlos come to mind. If you want to stay in the City, The Marina is a good place to hang out.

Best.

Tap
0 votes Share Flag Wed Apr 4, 2012 Rental Basics in San Francisco
Dan  Healy, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Dan Healy answered:
Other than Miraloma, which SF neighborhoods are known for having good (public) elementary schools?
Miraloma has a good reputation, but be aware that the SF school system does not assign your kids to a school based on where you live. While this is taken into consideration, there is a ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Apr 3, 2012 Rental Basics in San Francisco
Mark Venegas, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Mark Venegas answered:
More and more apartments in San Francisco don't allow pets. Is there a way around this? I offer referrals from previous landlords and still get
Hi Tom,

I have two rentals ready to move in now and are pet friendly. Click on clinks

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and

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Email ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Apr 3, 2012 Rental Basics in San Francisco
Oggi Kashi, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Oggi Kashi answered:
I've heard parts of Noe Valley can get really windy, while others are pretty sunny and warm. What are the streets with better weather?
Stay in the "Valley" part of Noe. When you get up the hills it's more windy. Look towards the East and Southeast corner. The closer you are to Mission & Bernal the better.

Oggi Kashi ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Apr 3, 2012 Rental Basics in San Francisco
David Tapper, Real Estate Pro in Burlingame, CA
David Tapper answered:
What is the best way to secure a rental in San Francisco? Are there certain things I should bring to the viewing to increase my chances?
Good question, Angela. There are a few things you can do. Get a copy of your credit report and make copies so you have it handy. Provide a list of of referrences who can speak up for y ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Apr 8, 2012 Rental Basics in San Francisco
J Mario Preza, Real Estate Pro in Burlingame, CA
J Mario Preza answered:
When renting in San Francisco, is it better to rent from property managed apartments or single property landlords?
If you like dealing directly with the person who's "in charge" and can make decisions based on both empathy and sensibilities, find the right landlord, and you'll do great! If, on the ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Apr 8, 2012 Rental Basics in San Francisco
Lance King, Real Estate Pro in San Francisco, CA
Lance King answered:
I am currently renting in the Mission, but my wife is pregnant and we'd like to move into a safer neighborhood? Suggestions?
Depends on your budget, but the obvious choices would be:

Marina
Pac Hts
Cow Hollow
Presidio Hts
Laurel Hts
Noe
Lake
Seacliff
0 votes Share Flag Tue Apr 3, 2012 Rental Basics in San Francisco
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