Kevin+Jonathan’s Blog Posts re SF Real Estate

Penthouse at The Arterra: Unsolicited Offer Accepted

Sara and Frank Costa, Arterra residents and Vanguard realtors, helped me get my client into an exclusive opportunity on the penthouse level…

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January 17, 2012 San Francisco Real Estate

Highlights from Today’s Tour

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Check this Open House Out in Noe Valley! Such elegance and loft character in the middle of NV!

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Our New Office Downtown

Take a look at our new digs – perfect for those mid-day meetings!

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January 12, 2012 San Francisco Real Estate

Another Day…

I do love removing contingencies, meeting new clients (buyers and sellers)… just another day!

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January 1, 2012 San Francisco Real Estate

Happy 2012!

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December 28, 2011 San Francisco Real Estate

Another Signing!

Congrats to another happy client who is about to get a new home come the new year!  

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December 19, 2011 San Francisco Real Estate

New MLS Status Categories to Ease Confusion

For real estate agents and buyers in San Francisco deciphering a property’s history and current market status listed with the Multiple Listing…

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Real Estate Update: 12/18/2011 – 2012 Upward Forecast

What’s Going on in San Francisco Real Estate?  Upward Bound Vanguard Properties is proud to report that we’re number 1 in Districts…

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December 18, 2011 San Francisco Real Estate

Market Trends for December 18, 2011: 2012 Looking to Be Great

Vanguard Properties is proud to report that we’re number 1 in Districts 5 and 9 in sales volume, units sold and new…

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Flash! Congress Raises FHA Home Loan Limits to $729k

Congress re-approved higher limits for mortgages backed by the Federal Housing Administration today, bypassing Republican objections to return the upper loan limits…

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November 14, 2011 San Francisco Real Estate

Kevin’s Guides

Take a look at my handout “How To Buy in San Francisco.” It’s everything I’ve learned over the past few years distilled…

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