Monthly Archives: June 2014

How important is it for a Realtor to be multilingual in the Bay Area market?

A: Obviously, foreign language proficiency is a huge advantage as a Realtor living and working in the greater Bay Area. There are ways you can get around your foreign language deficiencies and still work with international clients successfully. In the … Continue reading

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Where to make the most money flipping houses in the Bay Area

San Francisco ranked number one followed by San Jose at number three and Oakland at number five. Blanca Torres Reporter- San Francisco Business Times Email  |  Twitter  |  Google+  |  LinkedIn San Francisco is the best market in the country … Continue reading

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Oakland’s promise as solution to Bay Area’s housing crunch

Standing on the roof of a new apartment complex in San Francisco’s SoMa neighborhood last week as the fog rolled in and a cold wind kicked up, I counted 12 housing construction cranes within a half-mile radius. My BART trip … Continue reading

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San Francisco Bay Area Residents Want More Wireless Towers

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Can an anti-speculation tax slow down Bay Area gentrification?

A coalition of San Francisco tenants’ groups has won the needed four votes from county Supervisors to place an “anti-speculation tax” initiative on the city and county municipal ballot in November. The initiative, which would impose a 24-percent tax on … Continue reading

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