Kevin+Jonathan’s Blog Posts re SF Real Estate

Staged Homes vs Unstaged Homes

On the Media: K+J on Home Staging’s Importance

Home staging will show people how they can change their lives by living differently and better than they do now. We cannot underscore how important this really is; forgoing staging runs the risk of costing far more than a staging fee with a reduced sale price.

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Victorian sensibilities

SF Gate: The weird reasons behind why there are so many split bathrooms in San Francisco homes

SF Gate: The weird reasons behind why there are so many split bathrooms in San Francisco homes with Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry, Vanguard Properties

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180 Corwin's View

SOLD: 180 Corwin Street, Unit 2, San Francisco | Listed by Kevin+Jonathan

SOLD: 180 Corwin Street, Unit #2, San Francisco, CA, MLS 497922, Exclusively listed by Kevin K. Ho and Jonathan B. McNarry of Vanguard Properties. Panoramic view home perched above the Castro and Noe Valley with 2 beds, 1 bath, parking, storage that’s just been updated for sale next to Kite Hill on a quiet cul de sac. www.180-corwin.com for more.

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Sold: 75 Lily St, No. 3, San Francisco | Multiple Offers | MLS 481289

Listed with Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry of San Francisco’s Vanguard Properties, 75 Lily Street, Unit #3, is an updated, stylish, bright, spacious, top-floor condominium with 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, in-unit laundry, wood floors, gas range and stainless appliances and in a catalog-perfect historic facade building with a fantastic central Hayes Valley location. List price at $699,000.

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Commanding Results — Ahead of Schedule. Successful Selling and Better Buying

When I had my first phone conversation with Kevin and Jonathan over a year ago, my gut told me that THIS is…

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Referrals — People We Like to Refer Our People

Owning a home, remodeling it and/protecting it involves so many decisions. Take a look at some of the folks Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry of Vanguard Properties refer for a variety of needs and services

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Kitchen Remodel as Progress … Or public health risk?

From this week’s Sunday NYTimes: Many of the safety issues of yesterday’s kitchens are gone. No one in my family is likely…

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