Amero’s Close Out Event!

A final close-out event will happen this Wednesday at Amero at 1501 Filbert Street from 4-6 PM. This event will be spotlighting the final two remaining homes that feature amazing Golden Gate Bridge views.


Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be provided by Plumpjack Winery.


@AmeroSF Climb Real Estate    @plumpjackwinery


It’s my honor to serve!

Now well into January of this new year, I want to send out a very sincere thank you to all of you who encouraged and supported me during my journey that led to my serving on the Board of Directors at the San Francisco Association of REALTORS® in 2015. With our first meeting completed, I understand, more than ever, the importance and the responsibility of this role and feel more gratitude than ever before.


Thank you for bestowing this honor upon me and enabling me to help the real estate community and the citizens of San Francisco and those effected by this amazing organization.

A special thank you must go out to my team and family at Climb Real Estate Group, my fellow members of SFAR who encouraged me to run and who voted for me, my fellow members who were also appointed to the Board, and to Patrick Barber, our new SFAR president. You’re an amazing asset to our Association, Patrick!

Thank you! It’s an honor and a privilege to serve.


72 Townsend if finally here!

As some of you may remember, I wrote about this new mid-rise development a year ago when I had a listing next door to the site of this new condo building. The much-anticipated completion is around the corner and sales are starting now. For more information or for a tour of the sales office, please contact me at 415-562-6999 or via email at

I’m looking forward to putting my buyer clients into this amazing new building!


#72Townsend#SouthBeachSF @ClimbSF+KB Home#SFRE

Attitudes About Home Prices Now and In The Future

Sellers are, indeed, feeling good about home prices and their rising values. Take a look at this graph to see how people are feeling about the future of home values.

Home Prices - May 2014

It’s truly amazing to see the shift in the market and in the attitudes of the citizens of this country over the last two plus years. In San Francisco and the Bay Area things are red hot with no signs of slowing down. I hope that the rest of the country can say the same thing soon.

New Homes Hit the Market in Hunters Point this Summer!

88 new homes will begin selling at Shipyard in Summer of 2014! This is the beginning of many exciting changes slated for Hunters Point and the surrounding area.

Shipyard Olympia 1

Shipyard Olympia 2

Shipyard Olympia 3

Renderings by Transparent House

Here is a link to the official website:

Homes Are Selling Fast!

Statistics on the Days on Market in California according to the California Association of Realtors (CAR). Time frames in San Francisco, California are still in the 4-6 week category and, very often, much shorter. I had a listing in January get an offer just 5 hours after my first open house!

Days on Market - May 2014

How often were homes sold for more than the asking price in 2013? Here’s a simple diagram to show you these stats.

Here is San Francisco, it is currently rare to see a home sell for less than list price. That said, I have noticed a few home under in the last three months. Don’t expect this to trend upward anytime soon though.

Offers Over List

Overbidding Trends in San Francisco

Some pretty amazing stats regarding properties that are going over list price in our great city. Of course, not all homes are going this far over asking price but there seems to be a trend affecting multi-unit homes to keep an eye on.


See the original article at SF Gate here:

S.F. overbids: Which home sold for more over the asking price?

72 Townsend Once Again Underway

Works Commences on Delayed South Beach Condo Conversion. I’m truly looking forward to seeing this project completed. It’s going to be a great addition to our South Beach neighborhood. The one-story warehouse is the former home of Hooper’s South End Grain Warehouse, which survived the 1906 San Francisco’s earthquake. It will bring 74 new homes to our market and is slated to be completed in the summer of 2015:


Here is a link to the original article which will explain the current happenings here:  via @CurbedSF

The 6th Street Streetscape Upgrades

Designs and Renderings for 6th Street Streetscape Upgrades Released

6th street upgrade rendering Designs and Renderings for 6th Street Streetscape Upgrades Released

The SFMTA released its proposal for redesigning Sixth Street between Market Street and Howard Street, including renderings of the upgraded SOMA streetscape. Traffic lanes would be reduced from four to two, sidewalks would be widened (making room for more landscaping and seating), and green-painted bike lanes would be added. Intersections would get raised crosswalks, extra-wide speed bumps, and textured pavement intended to reduce driving speeds.

6th street profile current Designs and Renderings for 6th Street Streetscape Upgrades Released

The SFMTA is currently soliciting input from the community, but environmental review for the development is expected to begin in January and might take 16 to 18 months. Although the project isn’t funded yet, city officials expect little difficulty given the high number of pedestrian injuries in the area.

6th street profile design Designs and Renderings for 6th Street Streetscape Upgrades Released

The city will be adding new lighting and other minor upgrades in the meantime, and has already added painted sidewalk extensions to Sixth Street with the goal of reducing the number of lanes pedestrians must cross.

For more information about how streetscape improvements will affect property values in SOMA, contact neighborhood professional Gabriel Rojas at 415.562.6999 or

Keep an eye out for possible new construction in areas that have remained dormant over the years. Check back for details on what may appear.

Balboa Reservoir. Between Ocean Ave. and Phelan Ave.JUAN PARDO/SPECIAL TO THE S.F. EXAMINER

The Balboa Reservoir, located between Ocean Avenue and Phelan Avenue, is one area of public land that San Francisco is exploring using for housing.

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NAR Conference 2013

So far, it’s been an exceptional meeting of the minds here in San Francisco where I am fortunate enough to call home. If you haven’t stopped by, make it a point to do so. Tonight, we are privileged to have The Honorable Hillary Rodham Clinton presenting our Keynote Address.
Photo: Lea Suzuki, The Chronicle
21,000 real estate professionals visit the NAR convention in San Francisco this week.
See the full article here: