Newsletter

Our San Francisco real estate newsletters are chock full of juicy information that we think you’ll enjoy regardless of whether you are a buyer, seller, investor, or just a real estate data junkie!

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What’s In It?

Our point of view. It’s a compilation of articles we’ve written in any given week. One article might look at big picture trends, while another will zoom-in with laser like focus to a particular neighborhood or property type. Our interests cover the entire range of San Francisco properties – from single family homes, to luxury condominium buildings to new construction, if it is happening in SF you can bet that we’ll be writing about it in our newsletter.

Who Writes It?

Mostly Matt, but sometimes Britton pens a few articles. No “clip-art” marketing blurbs or articles ghost-written by a well-meaning but out-of-the-loop assistant sitting behind a computer half way across the country.

How Often Will I Receive It?

We send out our newsletter once a week on Friday afternoons at about 2pm. If you need to look busy at work on a Friday afternoon, our newsletter might just be the perfect solution!

Can I Trust You?

We promise not to share, sell, or otherwise distribute your email address to anyone. If you don’t like our newsletter, you can unsubscribe at anytime (there is a link to do so in every edition). Receiving our newsletter doesn’t obligate you to anything, not even reading it! (although we hope you do). If you like what you read, and someday want to get in touch with us to buy, sell, or invest in a property, that would make us very happy. But if you sign up for our newsletter, we want to be clear that you absolutely aren’t obligated to anything!

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