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Genteel Gregorian Pac Heights mansion prunes price

Franklin Street staple snips asking to $7,495,000 Hello again, gorgeous. The stately Pacific Heights mansion at 1735 Franklin, landing on the market for $9.7 million in 2014, has gone through several price cuts over the years. It returns...Show More Summary

New home prices in China pick up

New home prices in larger cities like Shenzhen might have declined, but they're still rising in smaller cities, says Alan Jin of Mizuho Securities Asia.

The 2018 Real Estate Success Summit: Inspirational Agents

I have spent over twenty years helping real estate agents build their businesses both as a managing broker and as a trainer and coach. Each agent I have met is unique and each does their best work when they find a system that suits their personality, their business style, and their life. Show More Summary

Ask Denise: Time to Move?

Q: “Hey Denise, I followed your office advice about staying put and trying to make my grass as green as possible before making a move. I have tried to make life at my brokerage bearable but I am just not happy there. What do you think about my making a move?” This question references these […] The post Ask Denise: Time to Move? appeared first on The Zebra Blog.

Branding Spotlight: Susan Larson & Roberta Stennes

This week’s design spotlight features the brand of our Semi-Custom PRO clients Susan Larson & Roberta Stennes, of Seattle, Washington. Roberta and Susan selected a minimal design from our branding gallery and added their personal flair with colors, logo, and fonts. Show More Summary

What $1,600 rents you in San Francisco right now

Five new (small) rentals, from Pac Heights to the Richmond Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a regular column exploring what you can rent for a set dollar amount in different neighborhoods. Is one person’s studio another person’s townhouse? Today’s price: $1,600. ? There’s not a lot of new construction to be had for $1,600/month. Show More Summary

Zillow sued over Zestimate display: Making sense of the dispute

Whether the suit has legs is yet to be determined, but an antitrust attorney who spoke with Inman about the complaint said he is "not sold" on the claims...

Women’s March 2018: San Francisco street closures, route, and time

Everything you need to know about the march on Saturday After the success of the 2017 Women’s March—prompted by the inauguration of President Donald Trump, the effort saw millions of people gathering to support women’s rights—organizers have announced a series of anniversary events set to take place on Saturday, January 20. Show More Summary

Magical ‘Lost Cottage’ in Ireland is available for your next vacation

Delightfully odd and completely magical How delightfully odd is this vacation home in the southwest region of Ireland? Originally built in the 19th century as a farmer’s “bolt-hole” and most recently taken over by a herd of mountainShow More Summary

After civil rights violation claim, Metro is pressed for more data on fare enforcement

The claim prompted the federal government to intervene Local civil rights group Labor Community Strategy Center says it has already determined that black people are disproportionately ticketed for not paying bus and train fares in Los Angeles. Show More Summary

Pedestrian attacks self-driving car in the Mission

Nobody was hurt, except our civic dignity Cruise AV, a self-driving car company owned by General Motors, reports that on January 2 an unidentified man in the Mission flung himself onto one of the company’s autonomous vehicles while it...Show More Summary

9 mansions that look even better in the snow

So beautiful Welcome back to Period Dramas, a weekly column that alternates between rounding up historic homes on the market and answering questions we’ve always had about older structures. While a number of 18th- and 19th-century mansions...Show More Summary

LA makes Amazon’s list of finalists for new headquarters

It’s one of 20 cities left bidding for the company’s huge new facility Los Angeles is one of 20 cities left bidding for Amazon’s second North American headquarters. The tech giant is expanding beyond the limits of its current 8 million-square-foot...Show More Summary

Amazon snubs Silicon Valley, San Francisco for HQ2

Nine local cities vied for Bezos’ bounty, but LA is only West Coast city on shortlist Amazon announced Thursday morning that it has selected 20 cities as potential sites for its planned new headquarters, and the commerce giant has snubbed...Show More Summary

9 U.S. transportation projects to watch in 2018

From trolleys to high-speed trains, here’s what’s coming 2017 was a big year in transportation. Cities paved the way for electric vehicles, embraced alternative means of transit, and even launched autonomous buses. At the same time, we discovered that U.S. Show More Summary

High surf warning in effect for Bay Area beaches

“Breaking waves greater than 40 feet” anticipated along the coast The National Weather Service has issued a High Surf Warning through at least 4 p.m. Friday for an expanse of the Northern California coast that includes San FranciscoShow More Summary

New housing construction plunges to lowest level in more than a year

Driven by a drop in single-family construction, U.S. housing starts plunged in December, marking the biggest decline in new residential construction in a little over a year, according to U.S. Census Bureau statistics released Thursday...

Design within reach

The Cooper-Hewitt’s latest exhibition clarifies why accessible design is not a privilege, but a right They don’t call it a radio, because who has a radio anymore? Yet the brick-like shape; the round, cloth-covered speaker; and the two...Show More Summary

Toshiko Mori-designed glass stunner asks $4.95M

With views of the Hudson River and Storm King Mountain Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We’d love to see what you’ve got. Location:...Show More Summary

Anna Faris looks to deal her secluded Midcentury retreat in Hollywood Hills

Actress Anna Faris is moving on from her Midcentury modern-style home in Hollywood Hills. The “Scary Movie” star recently listed the scenic spread for $2.5 million. The one-story house is surrounded by dense trees on a nearly one-acre lot. Brick stairs lead from the street to the wide front entrance....

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