Kevin+Jonathan’s Blog Posts re SF Real Estate

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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San Francisco’s Tenant Buy-out Program a Year Later…

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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Plans for rising Mid-Market threaten to create aesthetic tangle – SFGate

It’s a sign of progress for San Francisco’s Market Street that a half-dozen developers want to build housing and hotels on the…

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What’s the Plan? Planning Director John Rahiam visits Vanguard

John Rahaim, Planning Department Director for San Francisco, visited Vanguard Properties and talks about the City’s latest construction boom that is hitting both the residential and commercial sectors.

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How the Warriors-Salesforce deal came together – San Francisco Business Times

For two years, Golden State Warriors officials said they were committed to building a new arena on San Francisco’s waterfront at Piers…

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Home Restaurant Site In Castro Could Maybe Become 7-Story Condo: SFist

Many denizens of the Castro and Lower Haight have bemoaned the now blighted, three-years-vacant former Home restaurant property, which lost the chance…

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How tech became the enemy – then and now – SFGate

Today’s activists want policy changes: eviction moratoriums, Ellis Act reform and increased relocation payments. Tech companies can’t control any of those things…

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S.F. architecture shifts to darker tone – SFGate

In the world of San Francisco architecture, black is the new black. It’s the color of choice on a 37-story Market Street apartment…

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Sneak peek: Mayor Ed Lee has a housing solution – SFGate

That’s the centerpiece of Lee’s annual state of the city address, to be delivered Friday. He will call for 30,000 homes to…

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Lennar snags $30 million loan for Hunters Point Shipyard development – San Francisco Business Times

With construction under way on the first condos at the Hunters Point Shipyard, developer Lennar Corp. has snagged a $30 million loan…

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Big Changes to Short Sale Practices Announced

New Lending Short Sale Standards Coming From the California Association of Realtors Thhe Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) will realign guidelines for…

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Are we foreclosed from foreclosures?

What About Foreclosures? Tonight, a client who has been looking for some time now asks me about foreclosures. Here’s what I wrote…

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