First time buyers

For the past month, more than half of the announced sales have at the Zephyr office meeting have sold with multiple offers over asking. Some have sold near their asking price.  Some have sold for $50,000 over.  Or $150,000 over.  One for $400,000 over its $2.3 million asking price. What is happening here?  Simple.  Really high demand from buyers and a low level of inventory. The graphic depicts the months supply of inventory for residential properties in the city of San Francisco. ...

When you are buying or selling a home, it is important for you to select an agent who is experienced, knowledgable, professional and will help you through every step of the process.  After selecting an agent, you'll work with this person to identify the property that is right for you, help you determine the price and terms of the bid that are appropriate and help you negotiate the contract.  Once ratified (the deal has been accepted by all parties), your agent will lead you through the...

 
Anyone selling or buying a home/property in the state of California needs a geological report! 
According to the California Civil Code 1102.6, sellers of most residential property are required to provide prospective buyers with what is commonly known in the real estate community as the "TDS" – or Transfer Disclosure Statement.  This document requires sellers to make known any facts that may impact the value of the property.  The TDS provided by the California Association of Realtors...

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Kay Trunko

According to the San Francisco Business Times, Zip Realty has announced that they will no longer provide rebates to buyers.  The article states that this is one of several moves the company has made to reposition themselves as a full service brokerage with amazing technology v. a discount broker.  The result?  I think this will be better for consumers, especially buyers. 
Ok, here's the disclaimer.  What I am about to say is not about Zip Realty or its agents--it's about the difference of...

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