The Benefits of Staging

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WASHINGTON (July 6, 2017) — Sixty-two percent of sellers’ agents say that staging a home decreases the amount of time a home spends on the market, according to the National Association of Realtors® 2017 Profile of Home Staging, www.nar.realtor/reports/profile-of-home-staging. “Realtors® know how important it is for buyers to be able to picture themselves living in a home and, according to NAR’s most recent …


Rincon One | 425 1st Street | 29th Floor

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Wrapped with floor-to-ceiling windows, this rarely capacious and elegant unit presents breathtaking views from every room. A well-appointed floor plan features 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, an office and a balcony. A combination of gourmet chef’s kitchen and the corner living and dining rooms provides for an ideal space for entertainment. The home is complete with an extensive list of recent …


One Mission Bay – New Construction

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Featuring a superlative collection of 350 residences, ONE Mission Bay is a modern retreat ideally located at the crossroads of Mission Creek and AT&T Park. This Arquitectonica-designed enclave offers a selection of studio, 1-, 2- and 3- bedroom homes that comfortably blend urban vibrancy, luxurious finishes, resort-like amenities and the great outdoors. Interior features include Gaggenau appliances, Kohler fixtures, Vadara …


Iconic San Francisco Ferry Building Is Having Some Work Done

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Residents and tourists alike know the Ferry Building well. It’s a super backdrop for a selfie. It’s a spectacular place for a stroll among the stalls. Soon it’s going to feature enhanced ferry capability and outdoor space, but more about that in a bit. First, a brief history of the building: built in the late 1800’s , the Ferry Building …


Should I Rent or Buy a Home?

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Choosing whether to rent or own a home is not an easy decision. It requires you to carefully examine the factors and costs associated with each option. Which is better? That depends. Your unique economic situation, lifestyle and goals play the largest part in deciding what is better for you. It’s important to go into your calculations with open eyes. …


Things You Shouldn’t Do When Buying a Home

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The last thing in the world you would ever want is to spend a bunch of time searching for a home, finding that perfect place and then not being approved for your mortgage. There are also many common mistakes homebuyers make that could make the process much more painful than it has to be. We’re writing this article because we …