I had the pleasure of listening to Richard Knudsen talk about the apartment market in the Bay Area at the local IMF meeting. Richard is an extremely knowledgable veteran broker who is respected by many in the industry. Later I … Continue reading
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Spacious basement apartment at Lake Merritt 1 bedroom 1 bath unit available in historic classical building just 2 blocks from Lake Merritt. This is a remodeled nice clean unit with some unique attributes. Although it is a legal basement unit … Continue reading
In 2013 the America’s Cup will come to the San Francisco Bay Area and bring with it a monstrous infusion of cash. This is the first time since 1995 that the race has come to the U.S. Who will benefit … Continue reading
After all the political posturing and daily craziness, the government finally avoided a catastrophe and raised the debt ceiling and agreed to cut spending. It appears that this deal is good for GOP but not great for Obama. The stock … Continue reading