San Francisco housing is a bargain? That was the consensus of more than two dozen of the region’s top real estate professionals attending a recent roundtable luncheon at the Fairmont Hotel. Hosted by the Nob Hill Gazette and moderated by...
Q:Brad N. asks, "I am 64. I am buying a more expensive house in San Francisco and would like to know if I can transfer my property tax from the house I have in San Francisco."
A: Probably not, although it is theoretically possible if Brad c...
San Francisco Chronicle
Sunday, November 7, 2004
by Tom Graham
City of Hills
With 50-plus hills, it's no wonder that San Francisco is considered the second hilliest city in the world, next to La Paz, Bolivia
A hiker climbs Eu...
IN DEPTH: RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE DEALS OF THE YEAR
Using Psychology to Close the Deal
San Francisco Business Times
From the May 9, 2003 print edition
You don't want to be across a negotiating table from Nina Hatvany.