Know Your Contract Contingencies: California’s Real Estate Inspection Contingency 14(B)(1)

Real estate contingencies typically fall under three major categories: appraisal, home inspection and mortgage approval. Think of these contingencies as a buyer’s and seller’s safety net. If a home does not appraise at a certain value, if an inspection reveals a major problem, or if the buyer cannot obtain adequate financing, the parties can back out of the contract without penalty.

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New San Francisco Housing and Rental Developments Hitting the Market this Fall

Looking for a new place to call home in San Francisco? Good news, there are 10 new developments coming onto the San Francisco market soon – some available before the end of 2015 and a few in 2016. The biggest developments are both rental projects, with Potrero 1010 and 101 Polk Street both set to launch […]

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Berkeley & San Francisco named in list of best cities for millennials, which tracks millennial behaviors and decision-making, has named the best cities for young professionals— and two Bay Area cities made the top 25. evaluated 232 U.S, cities with a population of 100,000 residents or more for which a sufficient amount of data, taken largely from the U.S. Census, was available. The final 100 cities […]

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