Monthly Archives: January 2013

//January
16 01, 2013

Yes, MUST write that “love letter” to get an accepted offer here in SF…

By | January 16th, 2013|General Info, Uncategorized|

Click Here for a great Wall Street Journal article about the "pitch letter." I always recommend that when making an offer on a property, that my buyer clients submit an "introduction letter" about themselves. This letter should include some information about the buyers such as background, schooling or employment details so that the sellers are [...]

10 01, 2013

American Taxpayers Relief Act is now a law

By | January 10th, 2013|General Info, Uncategorized|

American Taxpayers Relief Act signed into law Last week, Congress reached an agreement in the “fiscal cliff” negotiations, and President Obama signed the American Taxpayers Relief Act into law last Wednesday. Here are some housing-related provisions included in the federal law: Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act extended for one year The “Pease Limitations” that reduced [...]

7 01, 2013

Watch The Travel Channel’s “Hotel Impossible” tonight to see my listing on TV!

By | January 7th, 2013|General Info|

I am looking forward to the TV debut of the historic Hotel Leger The Hotel Leger in Mokelumne Hill, CA Watch The Travel Channel for tonights episode of "Hotel Impossible" to see this beloved small-town hotel get a makeover.   Click Here to see the previews for the episode! Click Here for my original [...]

2 01, 2013

No More Free Sunday Parking in SF

By | January 2nd, 2013|General Info|

Beginning Jan. 6, 2013, there will be no more free parking on Sundays. Instead, meters will now be operational between the hours of 12pm - 6pm.  According to SFExaminer: Despite lingering concerns from business and church groups, a plan to enforce parking meters on Sundays is set to make its debut next month. Starting Jan. [...]

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