I'm not aware of any condo buildings in the City that allow nightly rentals in their CC&R's. In addition San Francisco has an ordinance preventing individual owners to go into the hotel business. I believe the SF ordinance calls for rentals to be over 30 days. Most condo buildings say not less than 6 months. Of course there are people all over the city ignoring both, but that's another story... more
There are many transit methods in San Francisco from Muni (buses and light rail), BART which is bay wide and goes under the bay to the east and south, Caltrain which goes from SF down to The South Bay, and various car transportation such as taxis and Lyft ( a great app based form of transportation.) let me know if you need additional information!... more
This area is just up the hill from Union Square, where shoppers who want to max out their credit can find their wonderland, and tourist season never ends. If you want to wade through a million fanny packs and amateur photographers, this is the place for you. While downtown SF can be great for a few hours, living in the heart of it seems a little exhausting.... more
Market between 7th and 10th is sketchy, with plenty of "street people", some of which sometimes harass passersby. In the surrounding alleys I've noticed evidence of drug dealing and prostitution. I wouldn't walk around there after dark unless I'm with a group. It's a shame, it would be such a great place to live in otherwise. Nice buildings, great location, good eats...... more
Ha! I have never lived here, but I can assume it would have something to do with:
- tourists and tourist traps
- cable cars
Anyone else care to add their two cents?
Ali, Community Manager... more
You have to go to the public records to get all sales.
Your local MLS will only show properties that have been listed with an agent. Talk to a local agent or escrow company. They should have access or go to your county website (usually takes some work, because most are not that user friendly).
Another way to get some information is to talk to the Property Manager and/or Resident Manager.
Good luck.... more
There's always something to do in San Francisco, and a group to do it with, whatever your interests are: Art, Dance, music, food, clubs, poetry, museums, sea kyacking, sail boarding, surfing, rock climbing, roller blading, yoga, cycling, The Giants, The 49'ers, pub crawls, movies, author readings, Opera, Ballet, Theatre ... and classes in everything -- and if it's not right in the City or on the Bay you'll find it nearby; The Warriors, The Sharks, Stadium concerts, The Raiders, Cal Bears, Stanford, Wine Country, Tahoe skiing.... more