There is actually a roof top pool in the So Ma area of San Francisco.
It is at Bakar Fitness and Recreation Center - it's a gym with a roof top pool.
1675 Owens Street, 94158 (415) 514-4545 open weekdays 5:30 to 10 pm & weekends 7:30 to 8 pm
Bring your own lock or rent one for 50 cents, towels available.
Sounds good, treat yourself - $15 for non members.
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To get an idea of how much your house should rent for. Check out rentometer.com. This can give you an example of how much rents are going for in your area with similar beds and baths. In regards to updates done, amenities you'll leave with the home, as well as location - this will add value to your rent. It's also best to get an opinion of a property manager that goes in and will let you know how much it can market at. Usually rental times is max of 3 months and min of 1month before you move someone in.
It's also good to check at websites like craigslist or hot pads to get an idea for the rents within your area so you price it right and competitively.
Contact me if you'd like more information. Thank you.... more
great time to sell
Hard to buy low inventory, high demand and bidding wars. The best way to win a bid is by doing sharp bids. This allows buyer to decide in short time to take the property or leave it.
Very active real estate market.... more
Talk to a local Realtor® or contact me, I work with a large National network of Realtors® to help you out.
Jes Sierra, B.Sc.
Century 21 Beachside Realtors®
Chino Hills, California... more
1031 Exchange Rules = "like kind" = the land must be held for productive use in a trade or business or investment.
Yes, vacant land is like kind with all other types of real property.
However, like other properties, in order to qualify for a 1031 Exchange,
the land must be held for productive use in a trade or business or for investment.
Helen Yuen, Open Home Professionals (415) 583-3535... more
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Ali, Community Manager... more
These are great questions for your agent. Have you asked him/her about these homes meeting your goals?
Broker Associate, Paragon Real Estate Group CA DRE 01844627
All data from sources deemed reliable but subject to errors and omissions, and not warranted. truonly... more
Bernal is a great area. Still connected to the "City" it allows those wanting to own their own home to do so while feeling like they're a part of SF. Adjacent to the Mission and Noe Valley, Bernal has lots of shops, restaurants and nightlife. Cortland is their main drag "downtown". Bernal is also close to the freeways so if you communte for work, it's a perfect location. There's often fixers available in Bernal for much less than $1M, depending on how much work you want to do.
I'd be happy to help you more. Just give a shout.
Welcome to SF!
Rich Bennett, Realtor
www.76-78Prosper.com www.LansingStCondo.com www.115-117States.com
Zephyr Real Estate
I have never felt unsafe in Bernal Heights, day or night. Crime that I have seen/experienced is not at all rampant, and mostly takes the form of minor vandalism to cars or property...a very little tagging, rare occurrences of bent wiper blades or car antennae, and the like. In my 10+ years in the neighborhood, I have seen a few cases of parked cars getting nicked by incautious drivers in the narrow streets.... more
Home prices in Bernal Heights, and in San Francisco in general go up. Yes, they have dipped in recent years. But not as much as other cities in the area, and they will go up again. As an example, a house bought for ~$300K 10-12 years ago, was worth ~$750K-$800K a few years ago, and is still worth ~$600K-$650K today.... more
This area is a little overlooked. Near the Outer Mission, this neighborhood is on the edge of everything hip, and is, therefore, a little less expensive than the Mission proper and many other neighborhoods. This area has many wonderful restaurants and there are several cool bars where live music can be found. Because it's not as gentrified as other areas of the Mission, it is largely affordable and the side streets are quiet.... more
This area is close to some bus lines, but is relatively far from the last Mission BART (subway) stop. It can be difficult to get here without a car or taxi (particularly at night - when walking is dangerous as well!). It is a bit more dangerous compared to other areas of the Mission.... more
Consider doing some homework of your own first--if schools are a concern, do visit the districts in areas of interest to you, ask for a tour of the facility, speak to the principal, teachers, etc., ask all your questions and then make a determination as to where your comfort level can best be reached--keep in mind opinions are just that, what may be good for one is not necessarily the case for another.... more
These questions can be easily answered by your agent. By "Honest Advice" do you mean you don't fully trust your agent? I hope that's not the case.
If you are referring to 747 Gates, the house sold for $425K in Dec 2010. Here is a link to the old listing:
Your agent can prepare comps for the current market value and $/sqft of the immediate area. As for the neighborhood location and safety, they are important factors to consider. I recommend visiting the house at different times of the day to see how it would be living there. Also visit crime map websites to get some stats. As an example here are links to Trulia and Crime Reports crime maps for Bernal:
Best of luck,
Paragon Real Estate Group
CA DRE 01844627... more