Before we get started, it is important that you understand that the conversion of units to condominiums is governed by local and state laws.  For buildings with four units or fewer, San Francisco City and County laws govern  the process.  For larger buildings (five or more units), the California Department of Real Estate (DRE) regulations also apply.  These laws and regulations canRead More

Here is an article that Paula Siegel, a wrote, published in the For Buyers section.  It explains what happens from an escrow officer's point of view.  Of course, the Buyers will be conducting inspections and working with their lender or mortgage broker to obtain financing, too.  This article describes the escrow process

 

 I took a break on Tuesday from Brokers' Tour, and found myself on Clement Street.  A quick lunch at Burma Super Star, one of my favorite restaurants in the city (although I don't get there very often any more) and a quick trip through Green Apple Books.  My lunch was terrific, and my visit to Green Apple was restorative.  I felt as if I was transported to another place.  A relaxedRead More

 
Wow, check out this amazing tour of San Francisco.  It is the brilliant work of Scott Weaver who spent countless hours building this amazing kinetic sculpture.
I love hearing the laughter and delight of the audience. I found this amazing video online.
 
http://vimeo.com/22461692.
 
Kudos to the artist, Scott Weaver, who has put over 30,000 hours of work into this sculpture over almostRead More

Megan and Lee Mokri bought their first home in Mill Valley.  So why is this news? They love living there.  And, they appreciate the service they got from Stacey and Jane.  Check out this video:
 

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