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Home Buying in Diamond Heights : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Oct 31, 2012
Sally Rosenman answered:
I would be pleased to email you a list of everything that is needed for a loan. There is too much to put down in a short post. Or try contacting an excellent lender, Ephraim Schwartz, Odette Mortgage Group, 415-931-2129 or ephraim@omglenders.com.

I look forward to getting an name and email address.

Cheers,

Sally
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Sun Oct 28, 2012
Danielle Lazier answered:
Hi Lmno,

Yes, I do! Right now, there is a very nice 4-bedroom home for sale in the Sunset for under $1,000,000. It just came on the market.

There are good values out there and if you are ready to act, you can take advantage of this market. By having your ducks in a row (i.e. being fully pre-approved for financing and working with a real estate agent), you will have the tools to find out about the best homes on the market and the ability to jump at the right opportunity.

Good luck with your search and if I can be of help, let me know.

Cheers,
Danielle

Danielle Lazier, San Francisco Realtor
Zephyr Real Estate
415.731.5000 x158
danielle (at) zephyrsf.com
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Sat Jan 14, 2017
Artur Urbanski answered:
Hi Artem,
Did you get a chance to read an article in Examiner "Lost Eichlers: Diamond Heights - Tucked away in the Big City Highlands"? If not, here is the link: http://www.eichlernetwork.com/ENStory3.html. It is great story about the Diamond Heights neighborhood and it pretty much explains why its prices were lagging behind. It was a "modern" neighborhood developed in the 60th. It was an "oddity" if compared with a "look and feel" of other SF neighborhoods. This plus fog could contribute to its prices lagging behind. Will it stay this way? It definitely has an "acquired taste". ... more
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