Home Sellers

What Are San Francisco's Most Expensive Neighborhoods?

A new study shows that the Pacific Heights/Cow Hollow neighborhood has the most expensive listings in San Francisco with 8 homes listed at more than $10 million. Russian/Telegraph & Nob Hills district has the most expensive average price per square foot at a whopping $1,616.

Curious what about the most affordable neighborhoods in San Francisco are? You can check those out here.

If you need help navigating the Bay Area real estate market, give us a call at (415) 295-6370. We pride ourselves on being 100% honest with clients and potential clients and will make sure you work with the best real estate agent possible for buying or selling your home.

The Most Expensive Homes Sold In SF In 2015

The most expensive homes sold in San Francisco in 2015 were in Pacific Heights, including a $31 million home. You can view a slide show of the top ten most expensive homes sold in SF in 2015 here.

If you need help buying or selling a home, contact us at Doug@BLGProperties.com or 415-295-6370. We woud love an opportunity to help you find your ideal home.

Why Whole Foods, Starbucks and Trader Joe's Could Be Your Best Neighbors

A new study shows that a Whole Foods or Trader Joe's opening in a neighborhood results in a more rapid increase in home prices.

In fact, homes within a 1/2 mile of either Whole Foods or Trader Joe's are worth more than twice as much as the median home price in the rest of the U.S.

Being located close to a Starbucks has also been shown to have a positive affect on the value of homes.

And so if a Whole Foods, Trader Joe's or Starbucks opens close to your home, toast a cup of java to the likely positive appreciation that will result in the value of your home.

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The Most Expensive Homes For Sale In Every State

Thrillist has released a report of the most expensive homes for sale in every state including a $3.7 million home in Nebraska, where BLG Properties founder Doug Bend grew up, to a $135 million home in Beverly Hills, California. You can review the full report here.

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