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Fri Dec 27, 2013
I would be more than happy to recommend you to a real estate agent. Just send me an email.

Alex Greer
Loan Officer
NMLS #1056079
http://www.TheMortgageOutlet.com

408-352-5147
AGreer@TheMortgageOutlet.com
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Juan C Sanch…, , San Francisco, CA
Fri Dec 27, 2013
Dear Doj,

It will be my pleasure to help you on your search, the Sunset District would be a nice area to raise your kid, if you give me your email address I can send you some pictures and addresses of homes you will like. Also, in the peninsula like Millbrae or Burlingame cities, a few minutes from San Francisco are nice areas,

Sincerely,

Juan C Sanchez,
Your agent,
Better Homes and Gardens
Mason-McDuffie
Jcbuser@gmail.com--6505158210
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Fernando Cua…, Agent, San Francisco, CA
Fri Dec 27, 2013
FERNANDO CUADRA
COLDWELL BANKER

HELLO DOJ,

I DO HAVE A PROPERTY IN THAT PRICE RANGE, THE SCHOOLS IN THAT AREA ARE GOOD
THIS IS A 2BEDS/1 BATH WITH AN IN-LAW IN GARAGE. IF INTERESTED GIVE ME A CALL WOULD LIKE TO SHOW IT TO YOU.

FERNANDO CUADRA
COLDWELL BANKERS GUIDANCE REALTY
925-980-9943
FERNANDOHCUADRA@YAHOO.COM
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John Oldfield, Agent, San Francisco, CA
Fri Dec 27, 2013
Doj, you're getting a lot of good advice here. If you're not familiar with how children are assigned to schools in San Francisco I encourage you to review the SF School District web site that describes the assignment process. Unfortunately, you're not guaranteed a place in the school of your choice. Home proximity is only one item taken into consideration.

That can be good news or bad news. The good news is you can live where you can afford and still apply to have your child attend a school in a better school in a different neighborhood. The bad news is you may not get the school you apply to and then be faced with having to drive your child to a school that may not be as convenient.

Let me know if you need additional info or have questions.

John Oldfield
BRE# 01292184
Prudential California Realty
1715 Polk St., San Francisco, CA 94109
415-762-9608 office/voicemail/fax
415-816-4742 Mobile
joldfield@boldsf.com
Web- http://www.boldsf.com
Blog- http://www.boldsf.blogspot.com
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Lizete Santos, Agent, San Francisco, CA
Fri Dec 27, 2013
Hello,

You can utilize the SFUSD site to research all of the schools http://www.sfusd.edu it'll provide insight and guidance on the entire process.

Are you looking for a condo or a single family home? If you're considering the latter than your budget will be cost prohibitive. Here are some options: Richmond, Sunset, Miraloma and Forest Knolls.

Feel free to contact me if you have any other questions.

Happy Holidays!
Lizete
Web Reference:  http://www.LizeteSantos.com
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Lance King, Agent, San Francisco, CA
Fri Dec 27, 2013
Doj,

What you will find in that price range depends on neighborhood, how many beds/baths, what type of property you are looking for - condo, home, etc... - and condition.

Because of the way the school system is set up here - where you live doesn't dictate what school you go to - you should also be prepared to pay for private school.

Unfortunately you aren't going to find much in the city in that price range for a family, especially if you want a house, so I would consider looking outside the city as well. There are many nice neighborhoods in the east bay close to the BART line that make commuting easy and many of those neighborhoods have great schools that are free.

We work in surrounding areas as well as our home city of San Francisco and would be glad to help.

Best Regards,

Lance King/Owner-Managing Broker
King Realty Group

lance@king-realtygroup.com
415.722.5549
BRE# 01384425
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Bellings Bro…, , San Francisco, CA
Fri Dec 27, 2013
Doj,

There are a lot of great schools and school districts in San Francisco as some of my colleagues have already outlined. I'm curious whether the school district, neighborhood, or home is most important for you in your search? Do you want to live in a single family home, or is a condominium preferred? I'd love to hear a little more about you and what exactly you're looking for in a next home for your family, and I would be happy to send any potential options your way! I also have a MLS search engine I would be more than happy to give you access to so you can do some searching on your own if you prefer. Either way, please let me know if I can be of service in any way, and I would be more than happy to help! Hope you had a wonderful holiday season thus far, and I look forward to hearing from you.

All the best and good luck with your search!

Aaron Bellings
Realtor, Vanguard Properties
Aaron@vanguardsf.com
BRE #01915431
(415) 601-3000
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George Langf…, Agent, San Francisco, CA
Fri Dec 27, 2013
Hi Doj,
Trulia actually has a wonderful tool for local schools and their ratings/performance. This will give you an idea of which areas to begin your search as well. Knowing the schools you want to focus around will help you determine the type of properties that meet your budget as well.

Link to Trulia Tool for Schools: http://www.trulia.com/real_estate/San_Francisco-California/ or you can find it above under the "Local Info" tab.

Reach out to me via email or phone and we can discuss some possibilities as well. Having a professional guide you through this process would probably be the first step.

Happy Holidays, Happy House Hunting and a Happy New Year!

Cheers!
George

George Langford
Senior Sales Associate | Top Producer
Climb Real Estate Group
415.336.8191
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Russelle Arc…, , San Francisco, CA
Fri Dec 27, 2013
Hello,

I hope all is well! I office on the San Francisco area and would love to show you around the different places of SF until you find the comfort. Our office holds plenty of homes for sale in SF as well.

Please feel free to contact me at anytime to further explore your options.

Thank you,

Russelle Arciaga
Realtor | CA BRE #01709125

Coldwell Banker | Lakeside-SF
Business: (415) 859-0451
Office: (415) 452-7878
Fax: (415) 587-7835
http://www.RusselleArciaga.com
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Tony Ngai, Agent, Cupertino, CA
Fri Dec 27, 2013
Alamo, John Yehall, Clarendon, Grattan, Jefferson, Lafayette, Lawton, Lilienthal, Peabody, Sherman, Stevenson, Sunset, Ulloa, West Portal, Yick Wo and Yu are some of the best elementary schools with API scores over 900+ points. In the $850K range, you should have some good choices to choose from. The first step would be to decide which part of the city you would want to live in before choosing the schools.
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