What are the pros and cons buying at Radiance?

Asked by Todd, San Francisco, CA Mon Jan 28, 2008

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Bill Williams, Agent, San Francisco, CA
Fri Mar 21, 2008
Location: Today, the Radiance is at the edge of the active downtown. So there is less pedestrian activity. Less amenities, and it has the feeling of being in no-mans-land. It will have construction going on around it for years. This is exactly the kind of place I love. It's on the waterfront and nature. It has less congestion (for now) and as you live there, you can take comfort knowing that time is working on your side. By the time you go to sell, it will have seen some great appreciation. It reminds me of South Beach where I moved to San Francisco from Michigan in the mid nineties. The difference is this building is LUXURY compared to those in South Beach which were built for different circumstances and far lower $$. The very best way to understand pros and cons is to contact me for a tour of similarly valued buildings. Nothing beats visiting places in person, truly understanding options and asking yourself what is most important to you. It can't be done sitting at a computer reading what others think. You have to see it in person. If you visit sales offices for any particular building, they don't to take you to their competition. They want to sell you their product. Comparison in Real Estate is how you find out what you like and it helps to work with a Realtor who can present the full picture resulting in a fair comparison so that you can make your own fully informed decision.
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Mon Jan 28, 2008
Peter, you there? Didn't you just sell a place at Radiance?

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