My spouse is about to be offered a new job that splits time between Emeryville (most of the time) and Redwood City. Where should we look for a house? Bonus earthquake question. [more inside]
I have a job offer in San Francisco. I understand that renting there is more difficult than it's ever been. My requirements are: I want to be able to walk + bike + BART/Bus to work, which is around South Beach.
Other than that, I am cool with East Bay, South, whatever. I could swing $2500-ish a month, but that is an upper boundary.
Tell me about neighborhoods, tell me whether there exist "apartment headhunters" who could reliably do this for me, school me thoroughly.
Thank you in advance.
What can we do in preparation for our neighbor's foreclosure? [more inside]
I am looking for a rental agent in San Francisco, but I'm confused about how they work. I am looking for the equivalent of a realtor -- someone who has access to all the listings, and will show me various properties (regardless of who owns them) until I find one I like. Does this exist for renting, and do you have any recommendations for someone who does this work? [more inside]
Can anybody recommend realtors who could help us find apartment rentals in San Francisco's East Bay? [more inside]
Is there a recommended strategy for offering on an REO/foreclosure? [more inside]
How can I find a good realtor in San Francisco? [more inside]
Am I crazy to buy into a San Francisco TIC? [more inside]
Is a real estate agent really worth hiring for finding a rental in San Francisco? [more inside]
Is there going to be a correction in urban real estate prices in the United States? [more inside]