Grab some grub and head outside With a three-day weekend coming up and lovely weather in the forecast, chances are many Angelenos are going to eat at least one meal outside in the next few days. Los Angeles's parks, beaches, and other...Show More Summary
Corner unit with high ceilings and crown moldings will bring you back to San Francisco's glamorous era Photo via Redfin A corner unit at 3025 Jackson, right on the border of Pacific Heights and Presidio Heights, lands on the market this week. Show More Summary
Made entirely of polyvinyl chloride and zip ties Ambling, 40-foot long, wind-powered Dutch monstrosities are in town, and they're not to be missed. These wind-blown weirdoes are presently restricted to the Exploratorium. And despiteShow More Summary
The report does not bode well Oh dear: A sobering new report—released jointly by UNESCO, the United Nations Environment Program, and the Union of Concerned Scientists, and recently written up in the New York Times—details the serious...Show More Summary
Pacific Park celebrated the debut of its new $1-million LED light show with a fireworks display Last night, the lights on Santa Monica Pier's Ferris wheel made their triumphant return, after weeks of darkness. Since May 5, the 160,000...Show More Summary
In this weekly video series, Peter Lorimer of PLG Estates talks about staging properties for sale...
As the sun comes out and the summer heat cranks up, it's tough to beat the relaxation of laying in one's own pool. Decker Bullock Sotheby's International Realty showcases properties that combine pools, landscape and luxury for a beautiful home experience...
No remodel, no open floor plan—don't pinch yourself, this is really happening If you're weary of San Francisco houses that are Victorian on the outside but stark white boxes on the inside, here’s a breath of fresh air: A historic Queen...Show More Summary
The family wanted to maximum the time they spent together With the rise of tiny homes and the ever-shrinking city apartment, urban dwellers are getting more and more creative about maximizing the space they already have. For one Tokyo...Show More Summary
A picture-perfect 524 square feet With this green-roofed, tree-hugging woodland house, Ecuadorian architects Luis Velasco Roldan and Ángel Hevia Antuña demonstrate how to incorporate traditional building techniques in a modern design—and all in 524 square feet. Show More Summary
The exclusive club just added another level of exclusivity While the Soho Warehouse in the Arts District gears up for its makeover into an exclusive club and a mid-2017 opening, the transformation is already complete at Soho House'sShow More Summary
Take a virtual tour Though Memorial Day is widely loved for marking the unofficial start of summer (and a season of barbecues, pools, and beach visits), the purpose of the day is to commemorate those who died while serving in America's...Show More Summary
This week I have gotten four open house notifications from a Realtor®. She is a friend of mine that has served in various capacities on the Board of Directors for an MLS 2,000 miles away from where I live. She sends me a monthly snapshot of what is happening in the housing market in her area, along with a note when she lists a new property. Show More Summary
Awwwwwwwww Photo by Jeff Zaruba Though not for sale, this "Bath House" in Inverness was recently renovated into a gorgeous tiny home. It sits among a cluster of farm buildings in Point Reyes, designed to blend in with the surrounding...Show More Summary
The Sienna Plantation townhomes of the Enclave at Water Lake in Missouri City are brand new, with two properties just recently made ready to move in and three more slated to be done by August. The three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom homes were all built with energy efficient technology and feature granite countertops and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen...
Homebuyers and real estate agents alike understand the struggle and stress that goes into the mortgage process. It's lengthy and it's turbulent, but it's arguably the most important step in securing a home....
Real estate agents are all over social media, and they’re experiencing varying degrees of success. Some are killing it on Instagram while others struggle to make sense of Snapchat. Inman surveyed readers to better understand how real estate agents and their brokerages are using social media, the pitfalls and the perks. Here’s what we found...
Parking your car in the city is the pits, if you can even find a spot. But at Parkmerced, a new development in San Francisco, a new amenity for residents fights the lack of parking. Thanks to a partnership with Uber, participating residents...Show More Summary
Once information is out of the bottle, it is like a genie; it is not going back in. The proliferation of content marks the first wave of innovation in the sector. Now, we are seeing the emergence of models taking this a step further by leveraging technology and improved information flow to facilitate transactions in different ways. Show More Summary
Happy birthday! Photo by capnvynl Today marks the 79th anniversary of the city's most iconic structure, the Golden Gate Bridge, the world's most photographed bridge. On May 27, 1937, approximately 200,000 people crossed the bridge in...Show More Summary