5 San Francisco Neighborhood Associations Team Up For New Affordable Housing Policy

Neighborhood associations for Castro/Eureka Valley, Lower Haight, Hayes Valley, NoPa, and Duboce Triangle have formed a coalition to announce a new policy that aims to boost affordable housing in new developments, including an increase in required below market rate (BMR) units from 12 percent to 20 percent. The new policy, announced today in a letter to San Francisco Planning CommissionPresident Rodney Fong, […]

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San Francisco Architecture: Victorian to Edwardian to Post-Modern

Do you know the difference between a Victorian and an Edwardian home? Many people assume that the centenarian homes in San Francisco are Victorian, but a slew of other styles grace our streets, including Tudor Revival and Edwardian Craftsman. If you know what to look for, you can see the story of San Francisco in its homes.

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Can I Get Homeowner’s Insurance Before Buying a House?

Homeowner’s insurance covers damage to your home caused by fire, theft and certain natural disasters. Homeowner’s insurance also protects you from liability in the event someone is injured in your home. If you are financing your purchase, your lender will require homeowner’s coverage.

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Are you a Millennial home buyer? Here’s a snapshot of your peers.

If you’re between the ages of 18 and 32; likely to use a real estate agent, mobile or tablet app to find a home; concerned that student loan debt might be an obstacle to your home purchase; and have been at your current job for around 3 years, then the info graphic below might speak to you. The average Millennial is 28 and has been at their current job for 3 years.

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Best Places to Swim in San Francisco

Summer is here in San Francisco and, while we may not be known for having the toastiest summers around, the occasional hot day calls for a good cool off in the water. Here is a list of some of San Fransisco’s best pools to help you beat the heat or just get your swim on

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