Who’s market is it anyway?

Monday, September 17th, 2007 @ 3:59 pm | Buyers, Real Estate, San Francisco, Sellers

It depends on several things, such as: price point, neighborhood, view and parking!

Ever Changing Skyline from Treasure Island, San Francisco, CA

In San Francisco, the real estate market changes every day. One needs to continually investigate, analyze, understand and interpret the real estate market to make informed intelligent buy and sell decisions. A normal week????s marketing schedule in San Francisco is determined by several factors: which properties came on last Thursday and no later than last Friday at Noon to get on the Broker????s Tuesday Tour and still be able to advertise the first Open Houses before the San Francisco Chronicle????s Saturday and Sunday Open Home Guide deadline and which properties got offers this past week and/or closed. Checking on what????s new on the market in a particular neighborhood and if it is on the view side of the street, and how close a walk for a latte is a normal happening in the San Francisco real estate market.

 

 

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