Kevin Appears on KTVU-2 Talking About the coronavirus' impact on San Francisco residential real estate
Practicing safe social distancing, Kevin Ho of San Francisco's Vanguard Properties talks with long-time reporter Amber Lee of KTVU-2 about a rare mix of anxiety, opportunity and yet optimism that's been brought on by the disruptive effect of COVID-19. The piece aired on March 25, 2020.
Kevin is regularly asked to comment on area real estate developments and changes.
Kevin and Jonathan’s Other Media-related PostsTake a look below at other interviews and editorial contributions.
Cash vs. Mortgages in San Francisco — which is more popular in San Francisco’s housing market? Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry, top-ranked real estate agents at Vanguard Properties, explore showing that financed offers account for more than half of all reported purchases for the past 5 years.
Tracking development in San Francisco’s Outer Parkside and Sunset neighborhoods with Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry, Vanguard Properties, and a proposal for a 55-story in the Sunset/Parkside of all places.
The shift towards remote work has greatly influenced buyer preferences and led to changes in the housing market in San Francisco as discussed by top-producing relators Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry of Vanguard Properties, San Francisco. www.kevinandjonathan.com
SF Chronicle: MIMBYs instead YIMBYs and NIMBYs Maybe? Kevin and Jonathan Get Asked About Declines in New Construction Starts (March 4, 2023)
While acute market forces are curtailing new construction starts now, development here was already an uphill battle. Development timelines take years, so any non-NIMBY-related delays in adding new homes will keep housing prices high that much longer. But even for people who can afford to buy in the Bay Area, there’s a shortage of accessible destination homes for folks who are downsizing or ones who can no longer do the stairs in their 3-story Victorian.
Rather than try to compete with the 49ers’ post-season run as very relevant contenders to be Super Bowl champions, many agents will treat this bit of hometown civic pride like a holiday and accommodate sports fans who are also trying to buy a small part of that hometown.
Talking about new census data saying that San Francisco is losing a key demographic of home buyers due to affordability and more on ABC7 News, KGO San Francisco.