Although many Realtor's like myself would be well versed to answer this question, the accurate answer would be to consult a Landlord/tenant attorney to be completely and le ... more
If you saw someone moving in it probably means the transaction closed, but the "crappy" realtor you mentioned didn't post it sold in the MLS.
You can call the S.F. MLS ... more
Read my BLOG for tips on that and many more things when buying ... more
Always disclose! Find a buyer that is ... more
Take a look at Trulia's Community Maps: http://www.trulia.com/real_estate/SoMa-San_Francisco/1462/
Hope this sheds some light for you!
Ali, Community Manager
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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 pr ... more
Well, I do know the buildings well and even have done business in there recently.
As a Realtor, I would shy away from making statements about the quality of the bui ... more
You do not need a realtor's license to manage a home owner association. The board of the HOA is usually elected by the members of the community. Anyone can become a Board member ... more
A new Muni rail line that will cut through SoMa up into Chinatown is expected to be online by 2016.
Yes, it can matter if Congress makes any prospective laws that favor a home purchase before or after a certain calendar year.
I would love to help, but need more information.