Kevin+Jonathan’s Blog Posts re SF Real Estate

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Market Forecasting: Changes to School Assignment Policy Likely to Impact Home Prices

How housing prices will change as San Francisco’s Unified School District takes geography and proximity into consideration. The Sunset will rise even more.

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Why SF Real Estate Now? Lockout Period Mints at least 7,000 New Millionaires in the Bay Area

This may explain why we’ve been so busy over the past few months…. Over the past six months, at least 35 companies…

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Sold: 308 Red Maple, Blackhawk, Danville: Sold in 7 Days with Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry, Vanguard Properties

Vintage 1980s, 2-level, detached single-family home with nearly 1/2 an acre of land, 3,300+ square feed in Blackhawk’s Silver Maple community with its great schools, staffed security gate and proximity to the area’s noted golf club. Ready for its next chapter, the original-owner home is need of a facelift for sure but the potential here is almost as big as the home is sprawling. 22+ foot tall ceiling with the sweeping, curved staircase greets you. The home is set among mature trees, so that every window has a tree in view.

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Q1 2019 in San Francisco Real Estate with Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry, Vanguard Properties

Sales data for Q1 2019 San Francisco residential real estate is in. See how prices fared with lower inventory levels from Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry, top producers at San Francisco’s locally owned Vanguard Properties.

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Debunking The Great IPO Scare of ’19 with Kevin Ho + Jonathan McNarry of Vanguard Properties

Don’t Believe The Hype, The Last Round of San Francisco IPO Blast Offs Will Impact the Housing Market But Not As Soon As You Think. Grounded real estate perspective for San Francisco from Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry, top San Francisco real estate agents.

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San Francisco Chronicle: Q+A: Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry Talk About Real Estate as a Hedge Against Risk

Why San Francisco real estate is a good hedge against stock market turbulence with built-in benefits and potential to add value from Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry, Vanguard Properties, San Francisco

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This One is Coming Soon from Kevin+Jonathan, Vanguard Properties, San Francisco, California | Top Producers | Top 1% San Francisco | 415.875.7408

Stay tuned for another listing from Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry of Vanguard Properties in San Francisco, California, the leading boutique brokerage. Kevin and Jonathan are top producers and rank in the top 1% of San Francisco real estate agents.

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Our Annual Review: Steady As She Goes — Median San Francisco Prices Rise 6% Matching Historic Norms in 2017

While 2017 may not have seemed to be the most normal year around the world — wild fires, 106° days in San Francisco, mayors suddenly leaving us early, presidential lows and a whole renewed awareness of what ‘crossing the line’ meant one thing that held unsurprisingly steady: real estate prices and value. As we’ve said time and time again, real estate is the ultimate hedge against risk, change and surprise in that it’s both an asset with value that also has utility.

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December 20, 2017 Buy Later, Buy Now, SoMa

There’s 6 Million sqft of UNFINISHED Office Space Already Spoken for in SF 

In a continuation of what the new tax bill will mean for SF real estate, take a look at this… …the number…

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How Will the G.O.P.’s new Tax Plan Impact San Francisco Real Estate?

Why the GOP tax plan won’t have that much of an impact to SF real estate; we already pay a lot and while annoying the alternative would mean living elsewhere and who wants to do that?

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2017 SF Real Estate Stats — Early!

Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry of Vanguard Properties, San Francisco, bring you sales data for “2017” in San Francisco, i.e., sales where the property address was 2017 or sales that closed on 20th Avenue or Street and 17th Street or Avenue. Yes, it’s random.

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The Great Cooling Off — For Now 

 After four years of utter madness, our housing market might be turning. But how much, how fast, is a matter of debate….

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