It is becoming very important to be near public transit (bus, BART, Ferry) when you work in San Francisco and need affordable housing in the East Bay.



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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.

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A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,700 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 28 trips to carry that many people.

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liferingIf you’re thinking of becoming a homeowner, you’ve likely spent time budgeting for additional expenses – property taxes, lawn care, a big-screen TV to fill up that extra space…you get the idea. But have you factored in protection for your new home? While you’re crunching numbers, remember to include homeowners insurance. A standard…

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Insurance 101 for First-Time Homeowners – http://blog.rismedia.com/2015/insurance-101/.

Whether one is buying or selling a home, it seems practical enough to get a feel for a specific geographical market before seeking out an agent. So it’s no wonder that in today’s real estate market, 90 percent of home buyers begin their search online. The problem for both buyers and sellers, however, is that this initial “investigative research” can very often lead to skewed interpretations of what properties are worth. That’s where an agent can leverage buyers over the use of the automated valuation model (AVM).

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The Value of An Agent: Bay Area Pros Vs. Automated Valuation Models « McGuire.

Have a problem with Zestimate? More AVMs are coming your way | Inman




More homes have sold for $1 million or above in San Francisco this year than in any other city in the United States, according to real estate website Redfin’s latest luxury housing report. San Francisco has had 782 sales break the seven-figure mark so far this year, a number that is 16 percent above the figure from the same time last year and more than double 2011’s number. Although San Francisco came out on top, Oakland showed one of the biggest surges in seven-figure sales this year.

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To view all the $1 Mil. homes that have sold in the last 3 months in Oakland Click Here to View Listings

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