Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry of Vanguard Properties, San Francisco, consider some of the financing products they and their clients have encountered when buying and selling property in San Francisco over the past few years including fixed mortgages, adjustable ones and exotic ones — each suited for a given property and offering situation.
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.
San Francisco home prices increase ever so slightly from the same period in 2016 signaling continued strength and manageable growth that is sustaining itself. Read Kevin and Jonathan’s market perspective.
Think a 20% down payment is the only way to buy property in San Francisco? Think Again. There are many mortgage programs out there that allow you to get into a home now while rates are low and appreciation potential remains strong in San Francisco. Advice from Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry, Vanguard Properties
San Francisco Landlord-Tenant Buyout provisions changed in 2015. About 500 tenants have been bought out under the scheme at an average of $20,000 per buyout. What other trends are there? Learn more with Kevin + Jonathan
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