35 Burst results for "San Francisco"

Lorie Loves All Things Creative but Colorado Wants to Censor Her

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:45 min | 9 hrs ago

Lorie Loves All Things Creative but Colorado Wants to Censor Her

"There is a case in other case in Colorado and it raises an interesting question. Our Colorado courts, particularly goofy or is it just a coincidence? Well, a few months ago, the tenth circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Colorado officials could force a website designer to create custom website celebrating your viewers that goes against her biblical beliefs. Lori Smith is a website designer and she wants to create website celebrating the biblical view of marriage that is between one man and one woman. But if she does so, Colorado would punish her if she declined to create website celebrating a different view of marriage. And so unlike she looked around, she saw what the state was doing to Jack Phillips and she didn't want to be punished before she found out her constitutional rights. If she sued, and three months ago, the tenth circuit Court of Appeals said she could be punished for exercising her First Amendment right now to express a message that goes against her core beliefs. I'm quiet because I'm actually assimilating what you're saying. So according to the courts in Colorado, a person has to actively celebrate, for example, same sex marriage if they believe, even if they believe that religion demands that marriage be between a man and a woman. Do I have that correctly? That's what the ten circuit recently held that if Laurie Smith creates custom websites celebrating biblical marriage, the state would force her to also create custom websites celebrating differences, including same sex marriage.

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Walgreens Says It's Closing Five SF Stores Due to Crime

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:45 min | 9 hrs ago

Walgreens Says It's Closing Five SF Stores Due to Crime

"It's an interesting question I posed here given that they are shutting down these Walgreens and targets in San Francisco. And due to theft theft is due to the fact that the Democrats are okay with theft. I hereby announce I risk my reputation as a thinker as a broadcaster as a decent human. When I state to you, theft is okay with the Democratic Party. Okay? So let's be clear, clarity is the essence of truth. The Democratic Party in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia is okay with stealing. Is that clear? If it isn't clear, you're lying to yourself and I can't help that. But I'm not lying to myself. That is how low we have gotten. In the moral sphere in this country. One of the two major parties is okay with stealing. Indeed, it makes it possible. Low lifes like George Soros fund people who are okay with stealing. That George Soros has the respect of Democrats tells you only one thing and that is the low level of morality in the Democratic Party. The man is loathsome, truly loathsome. He funds people who do not prosecute theft. But they laugh, they laugh at us religious folks who actually believe that do not steal comes from God. Oh, how silly dilly. You silly, religious people believe that God is against theft. Makes us Democrats laugh. You make us laugh your religious people. We are the sophisticates. Walgreens is closing 22 locations. KPIX channel 5 rereads back to Walgreens for clarification and Walgreens clearly stated the closure of all 22 store locations is directly due to an increase in retail theft.

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In-N-Out Burgers With a Side of Anarcho-Tyranny

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 2 d ago

In-N-Out Burgers With a Side of Anarcho-Tyranny

"In and out burger everybody, wait in line and get it. They're really great. So check out In-N-Out burger because they are now being targeted. They're private property has been taken from them without a judge without a ruling by the health department. Now, isn't that an example of exactly where we have been heading? In the last year and a half, we're unelected unknown, health bureaucrats are able then to say, hey, this is not your business. And if you're a small business owner right now, I want you to look at what's happening in and out burger in San Francisco. It's not even that they disobeyed the mandate for their employees to be vaccinated. It's worse than that. It's that the San Francisco health department says you are not adequately enforcing our mandate. It's not just that you disagree with it. It's that you are not employing it. You're not using your own salaried workers as a pretorian guard as to act as if In-N-Out burger announced now needs to be checkpoint Charlie. To go cross between east and West Berlin. That in order to get a burger in animal fries in downtown San Francisco now here's the great point to kind of circulate all this. It's takes more identification it takes more proving of your identity there is more focus on the paperwork to get animal fries in San Francisco than there is to walk into our country through the southern border.

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Has America Become a Country of Cowardice?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:47 min | 2 d ago

Has America Become a Country of Cowardice?

"Here, reading to you from Barry Weiss about what is happening in this country. The we got here because of cowardice we get out with courage. And she gives examples here. People fired. The Vermont school principal fired because she said she supports black lives, but not the organization Black Lives Matter. Black Lives Matter is a hate organization. If you support it, you support hatred in this country. Undiluted, left wing, Marxist hatred. Okay, period. Everybody knows that. No, not everybody. Most people know that. Most people know much of what the left stands for is a lie. But you can't say it. I say it. Just as I say that it is better to have natural immunity than to get a vaccine. I've never said people shouldn't get a vaccine and lied about. I was lied about in The Washington Post in the CNN play for you to see and then way of Chris Cuomo's way of distorting what I said. Lying on CNN comes so naturally that I don't even believe they're aware of the fact that they lie. And I will play it for you. This is what this is what we have entered. So she gives example another one of the Hispanic utility worker in San Diego fired because somebody said made a white supremacist hand gesture. He was in fact cracking his knuckles out of his car window. You're guilty. If one person on the left says you're guilty. In this ideology she continues Barry Weiss. The quality of opportunity is replaced with equality of outcome as a measure of fairness. If every one doesn't finish the race at the same time the course must have been defective. Thus the argument to get rid of the SAT. Or the admissions test for public schools like stuyvesant in New York or Lowell in San Francisco. In this ideology you are guilty for the sins of your fathers. In other words, you are not you. You are only a mere avatar of your race or your religion or your class.

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In-N-Out Burger Clashes With San Francisco Over Vaccine Mandate

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 2 d ago

In-N-Out Burger Clashes With San Francisco Over Vaccine Mandate

"And all of a sudden in Al burger which is awesome by the way excellent is tasting a lot more awesomer And I just made that up That didn't work Here's the story It's from newsweek nonetheless San Francisco In-N-Out burger forced to close After not enforcing vaccination checks Don't get between people and their burgers You want to see a revolution grassroots organic coming tomorrow morning Get between a hungry dude and is In-N-Out burger Here's the quote from an In-N-Out burger This is great great We need more of these people We refuse to become the vaccination vaccination police for any government The In-N-Out burger spokesperson said we fiercely disagree With any government dictate that forces a private company to discriminate against customers who choose to patronize their business This is a clear government overreach Yeah Yes it is to all these other companies in America filled with patriots and liberty lovers Where are you on this We're all gonna take it on the chin a little bit Everybody we're all gonna have to give a little bit Doesn't have to be a pound of flesh Maybe a quarter pound I don't know but we're all gonna have to give something In-N-Out burger standing up I don't know their politics I don't care I know the burgers are damn good But what's gonna happen as these places say we're not doing it and all of a sudden they're dining room shuts down I think that's what I don't think the store shut down but I think the indoor dining room shut down You're gonna see as he's inconveniences pile up that even the most insane of Democrats is going to start to realize that it's their own totalitarian policies that do this It is going to take a

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San Francisco In-N-Out temporarily shuts down for violating vaccine mandate

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 d ago

San Francisco In-N-Out temporarily shuts down for violating vaccine mandate

"U. S. Supreme Court has declined to block a vaccine requirement imposed on main health care workers justice Stephen Bryer rejected the emergency appeal the court has previously rejected challenges a vaccine requirements for New York City teachers and Indiana university staff and students main will begin enforcing the mandate on October twenty ninth that requires hospital workers and nursing home workers to get vaccinated or risk losing their jobs a federal judge who rejected the first request to block the mandate said the record indicated that regular testing alone wasn't sufficient to stop the spread of the delta variant dozens of opted to quit the most healthcare workers have complied with the requirement the liberty counsel to file the lawsuit claims to be representing more than two thousand workers who don't want to be forced to be vaccinated Jennifer

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Organized Retail Crime (MM #3863)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Organized Retail Crime (MM #3863)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I've tucked on this before, but it's getting worse and worse from what I understand. Organized retail crime is on the big time uprise. In fact, Walgreens has announced they're going to close some stores in San Francisco because the crime has gotten so bad. The biggest problem of course we have number one, staffing issues. Two, with business being up and down, they don't staff them well enough when they do have the people. So number three that makes it a good time for people who are organized in their crime to come in and just start stealing things. I've seen this happen throughout the years at Walmart's where organized crime rings come in and start stealing stuff just grabbing stuff off the racks and running out the door. Now sure a lot of the drugs are locked up behind the counter, the razor blade isles, they're locked up too, but that doesn't stop people. Because what they're doing is stealing the goods and either selling it on places like Facebook marketplace or selling it on eBay or even opening up Amazon stores and reselling those kinds of things, and right now with the economy right now with the disparity that's going on in our world. We're told it could get worse for both retail and for the retail public, and that's scary.

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Organized Retail Crime (MM #3863)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Organized Retail Crime (MM #3863)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I've tucked on this before, but it's getting worse and worse from what I understand. Organized retail crime is on the big time uprise. In fact, Walgreens has announced they're going to close some stores in San Francisco because the crime has gotten so bad. The biggest problem of course we have number one, staffing issues. Two, with business being up and down, they don't staff them well enough when they do have the people. So number three that makes it a good time for people who are organized in their crime to come in and just start stealing things. I've seen this happen throughout the years at Walmart's where organized crime rings come in and start stealing stuff just grabbing stuff off the racks and running out the door. Now sure a lot of the drugs are locked up behind the counter, the razor blade isles, they're locked up too, but that doesn't stop people. Because what they're doing is stealing the goods and either selling it on places like Facebook marketplace or selling it on eBay or even opening up Amazon stores and reselling those kinds of things, and right now with the economy right now with the disparity that's going on in our world. We're told it could get worse for both retail and for the retail public, and that's scary.

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Inside the Shade War Between Joe and Kamala With Jack Posobiec

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | 4 d ago

Inside the Shade War Between Joe and Kamala With Jack Posobiec

"I've seen Jack talk about the shade war, I'm really interested in knowing more about Jill Biden versus Kamala, what's the dynamic like? Oh, it's huge. Build out some of that out more piece from The Bronx. Thank you. And thank you for subscribing to the Charlie Kirk show podcast. Go ahead, check. There you go. Yeah, so the shade war has been going on. I mean, we all kind of know that Kamala Harris, of course, was nobody else's pick either. However, in the wake of George Floyd, the Black Lives Matter movement, Joe Biden was kind of in a box. He had to choose someone who was African American. And then so Kamala Harris was the one a lot of the media, a lot of the elites have been pushing her early on. Remember very early on she did that town hall with Jake tapper, just out of nowhere. Nobody was talking about Kamala and suddenly CNN is feeding her on the entire audience saying, oh, combo is going to be amazing. She's going to be great. Very, very naked on her feet. Obviously. But like Hillary Clinton in many ways, she's kind of the California version of Hillary Clinton, where she plays the inside game. She understands what's going on. She plays people against each other and you know, the inside politics, the office politics, the palace intrigue, if you will. I mean, look, she went from somebody who was a staffer in San Francisco all the way up to being the senator from San Francisco. People want to talk about how she did it. My point is she did it. She made it happen. Right. That's ambition. That's a 100% ambition. This is what she is dedicated her life to. So I wanted to go to Joe, and say, you know, Joe, you're not supposed to put someone as your vice president that you know will betray you, then they get the chance, right? You know, with Trump and Pence, you never had that with wish and JD. And obviously with Obama and Biden, Biden was never a threat to

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Dodgers beat Giants 2-1 in playoff thriller, advance to NLCS

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Dodgers beat Giants 2-1 in playoff thriller, advance to NLCS

"The Dodgers scored a run in the ninth on an RBI single from Cody Ballenger and hang on to beat the giants two to one to win game five of the division series Kenley Jansen pitched a perfect eighth inning for the win and Max Scherzer closed out the ninth for the save Mookie Betts was four for four and scored on Corey Seager's RBI double in the sixth the giants started twenty four year old Logan Webb went the first seven innings giving up four hits and a run with seven strikeouts rookie Camilo dove all given the go ahead run in the ninth and took the loss during rough homered but the giants were over five with runners in scoring position Riley on San Francisco

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 Theft-plagued Walgreens closing 5 more San Francisco stores

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Theft-plagued Walgreens closing 5 more San Francisco stores

"Walgreens is closing more stores in San Francisco the company says organized retail theft is causing it to close five more stores it's another blow to a city that has earned a reputation for widespread and brazen shoplifting a company spokesman says despite increases in security theft of the San Francisco stores is five times the Walgreens average last year Walgreens close one store where the chain said it was losing one thousand dollars a day to Phelps SF gate reports the company is closed at least ten stores in San Francisco since the start of twenty nineteen I'm

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Dodgers beat Giants 7-2, force decisive Game 5 in NLDS

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Dodgers beat Giants 7-2, force decisive Game 5 in NLDS

"In a game they had to win the Dodgers beat the giants seven to two sending this series to a deciding fifth game Dodgers skipper Dave Roberts can hardly wait as I understand all the Sears are done and so we're going to be the only show in town so if you have a poll Sir your sports fan you you better be watching Dodgers giants so it's gonna be a great one Mookie Betts and Will Smith each hit two run homers Walker Buehler pitching on three days rest allowed one run over for the third strong innings the Dodger bullpen recorded the last fourteen ounce also giving up just a single run the winner take all game five this Thursday in San Francisco mark Myers Los Angeles

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Blowin' in the wind: Giants edge Dodgers 1-0 on Longoria HR

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Blowin' in the wind: Giants edge Dodgers 1-0 on Longoria HR

"Evan Longoria homered off Max Scherzer leading off the fifth inning for the game's only run and the giants beat the Dodgers one to nothing well I'm Gloria had been in over twenty four slump before hitting the Homer shares lasted seven innings allowing three hits while striking out ten San Francisco starter Alex wood came out of the game in the fifth and the giants bullpen followed up with former third scoreless innings San Francisco now leads the best of five series two games to one mark Myers Los Angeles

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"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

02:17 min | Last week

"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

"On how yeah and the other interesting part of this is you guys seem to be beating europe. You know often. Europe seems ahead of us in adopting new technologies especially when it comes to houses and small things but it seems like we're a little ahead on the three d. printing. I think that maybe read about one house in norway that was done by a local village and given to a family as proof of concept. But you guys seem to be beyond proof of concept. That's an interesting kind of topic of there. I think a couple of companies in europe. I mean there are number of companies. Already you ask them back like three years ago. When we started in the were awesome. I can three d. I guess right now there are a couple of other players queue in the you. Ask them yemen. The homes installed so that's probably we could say where had but if you'll get china you know they're like hospital that are made in three days to so that's an interesting topic. So were ahead of europe and china's kicking our but i said you don't have to what i was going to say. Actually i think you ask specifically california from rigel tourists point. I mean we're in the states make zone so you're not really you know so. We just kind of takes more efforts to get something on the ground in. I think this is probably what we most products. And that's why we're starting from california because once you here you go anywhere right like once. You've made it through all of california's regulations like every other states can be sure and texas is going to be like. We don't even have regulations. What's this no and that's why you see. I mean three. D. printed hopes wasn't article the other day like in colorado. Also someone is moving like new york texas. Yeah the less regulation typically easier. We've talked about how affordable is are but we actually haven't mentioned numbers yet so for like the small starter kind of Studio eighty you. What's the price. That's a great question. I love giving the numbers on the models. But then i noticed the moment we say. Oh you know the studio. 'cause one hundred and peaked in thousand dollars. It doesn't account for sight. Prep her matt's installation work so that's kind of becomes misleading. So it's below two hundred thousand dollars for the students..

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"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

05:38 min | Last week

"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

"When you come and put it on site and that is quite a permanent connection to the ground yes correct. That's better than most foundations in san francisco that i've seen over twenty years a real estate. I mean come on right. That's yeah and in some cases we actually figured that. It's easier to sort of over engineer foundation. for like the worst case scenario. it may come on. You know a couple of thousand dollars more. But you're going to save on the soils report and all this. You know investigations. What kind of soil you have so. Yeah it's build up to the code in all the standards tip. Don't skimp on your foundation so once the part show up clearly. I don't think foundations are do it yourself job. Is this something that could be assembled by the homeowner or the skill set of like trained laborers or is it just generally anyone that construct a house or who gets to put it together. Great question you kind of mentioned the homeowner so most of the people we work with. They don't wanna deal with annual that they just come in and they say hey. Here's the money you know. Can you please do the rest. And it's interesting out of our like thirty percent of the client and the projects we completed people actually started the stig built process and they needed to get so involved with the plans. And you know architects contractor in the dot. It's just too much work. So essentially the biggest value proposition of what we do again. Turnkey streamlined process hassle-free. You know no headache. And i mean that's a question about the foundation so i mean our crew taking care of that and it just depends on the location so sometimes it is our people but we do have preferred benders in general contractors. We work in certain areas so it sort of depends on the project but if the client does have some sort of connection like a gce that they want to use we will onboard them essentially as our installation partner and will just provide all the nestor documentation how to prepare the foundation but it's very straightforward and literally. Anyone be licensed the can do gotcha. So when we come back and we look at this equation. There's a patented material that you're using for three d. printing that is way more not only economically advantageous but also environmentally advantageous. And then. because you're building it in a factory and then just assembling on site the labor that you need. I'm gonna assume is a whole lot less right. You're not bringing in all of your specialized trades like your electricians your plumbers etc so you've taken a bunch of costs out of your labor and get along with labor time you also took a lot of time to build out right because you're not reinventing everything on site. It was done at the factory. So now we get to land. How much land do i need for one of these fabulous little mighty houses. It depends are we talking about the.

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Is America About to Go Through a National Divorce?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | Last week

Is America About to Go Through a National Divorce?

"A new poll shows that forty one percent of biden voters and fifty two percent of trump voters at least somewhat agree that the time has come the split the country into red and blue states. What is your take on this. What is that paul. Can you send that to me. Connor we have been warning about this for quite some time that the country is about to go to a national divorce and you see a lot of conservative podcasters following our lead on that we've been. We've been on top of that honestly because of you the amazing listeners. You guys have been emailing us. Freedom at charlie kirk dot com and we tens of thousands of emails in every week or two and so we really get a good idea of. What are you thinking. What's going on here. Are you happy with your current government. And so i just wanna thank those of you that amazingly support us. Business insider majority of trump voters believe. It's time to split the country into to. This is where we are headed quickly. I said this in a meeting recently and it just got totally silent people. Decide what do you mean. And by the way let me just be very clear because lot of journalists watch this. I think this is terrible. I don't support it and it is tragic but it's true. This is what's happening university of virginia center for politics poll. Uva surveyed two thousand voters. Half of whom voted for trump hafer biden late july in order to get a better understanding the growing split between the democrat party. So i asked. I asked people to question. What do i have in common with. Ibm inc supporting transgender activists. In san francisco they want peace of people forcibly vaccinated. I don't they think america's racist i don't they think our history goes the gutter. I don't they want our borders open. I want our borders closed. They love the tech companies. I don't they don't revere the constitution. I do go through the list. Besides us both using dollar bills to transact our business relationships. What do i have in common with that person. They're starting to say. I don't wanna live in the same country as them and guess what that's what our side is saying to.

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 San Francisco to welcome cruise ships after 19-month hiatus

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

San Francisco to welcome cruise ships after 19-month hiatus

"After a nineteen month hiatus brought on by the corona virus pandemic cruise ships are returning to San Francisco twenty one of those on the ship tested positive for the corona virus that was then vice president Mike pence in March twenty twenty announcing test results from the grand princess quarantined off the California coast at the time Neil Hammond was a passenger really set up ready just sit around and look around the Lexus always ask for Stephen and Michelle Smith we're worried yes we're concerned but we're certainly save in our room and Keren Deaver going

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Masterful Webb pitches Giants past Dodgers in playoff opener

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | Last week

Masterful Webb pitches Giants past Dodgers in playoff opener

"Login web dominated the Dodgers lineup pitching seven two thirds scoreless innings as the giants win game one of the National League division series for nothing weather allowed only five hits and had ten strikeouts to pick up the win in the first inning buster Posey hit an opposite field two run Homer Kris Bryant added a solo Homer in the seventh and Brandon Crawford homered to deep right center in the eighth Walker Buehler took the loss he allowed six hits and three runs in six and a third innings pitched Riley on San Francisco

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Bay Area Health Officials Prepare to Lift Indoor Mask Requirements - Yahoo! Voices

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Bay Area Health Officials Prepare to Lift Indoor Mask Requirements - Yahoo! Voices

"San Francisco Bay Area health officials are laying out a list of conditions they say must be met before they can end the region wide requirement for face masks in indoor public places public health officials in the bay area say they'll ease indoor masking requirements for certain indoor public settings including offices gyms college classrooms and churches once counties reaching local bit nineteen case rates continuously low hospitalization rates and eighty percent of the total population is fully vaccinated because that rate includes children officials say it could be a while before people can start taking their masks off San Francisco mayor London breed says her city will be lifting some indoor mask requirements on October fifteenth bay area counties have among the highest vaccination rates in cases have been declining I'm

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Author Matt Palumbo of 'Man Behind the Curtains' Discusses George Soros' Secret Network

The Dan Bongino Show

01:07 min | 2 weeks ago

Author Matt Palumbo of 'Man Behind the Curtains' Discusses George Soros' Secret Network

"We're talking to Matt Colombo author of a I'm telling you folks who will not be disappointed It's going to be a book of the year Demand behind the curtain by Matt Colombo It's about George Soros's secret network Are you telling me that he's going local Austin races local district attorney races Because his money can make a big difference in the success rate is higher because that makes a lot of sense Yeah but you know the thing is like if presidential elections it's hundreds of millions of billions of dollars to move the needle It takes quite a bit If I'm running in a DA race and a 100,000 people vote in it if you drown a candidate in one or $2 million that is immense success And a lot of these source prosecutors actually are household names You know chase of boudin every week we're seeing open shoplifting in San Francisco That's him That's a source back here Kim Fox who went across to Jesse Smollett He saw us back In fact there was a case last week where there was a gang shooting in public about a dozen people involved She wouldn't cross the committee claiming that it was mutual combat So because both parties wanted to open fire and broad daylight well we can't prosecute that So these are the kind of people he's back

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"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

05:15 min | 5 months ago

"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

"More than lowest price. And i said how can you do that. And ron handsomer was agent. They said well we think so. And that's how it started. You know somebody said gee. I listened to twenty nine. And you're gonna pay me do thirty nine for six units. Wow all right. So that's at least to my knowledge where it started now. I'm sure there were other people and obviously realtors are not dumb. It doesn't take long to lose the deal when somebody counters over the purchase price to realize. Hey if they do it. I can do it off to the races. San francisco listing agents. Went right yeah off to the races. Nine thousand nine hundred went off on a tangent there but you're screaming that it's easier now one of the things. It's easier if you listed it'll sell if you priced correctly. Is there anything that you think. That's harder representing a buyer and the buyer says. She said like a south garden knowing valley six room house with the garage. And oh by the way. I don't want to have any competition. I just want to be able to walk in there and pay them rice. And you know it's like it's not going to happen and they need a barn for the unicorn that they're gonna write it so from that standpoint representing buyers is a lot harder because your idea of having to represent the byron. Take home the bacon if you will. That's great but how about the other nine or channel that didn't get it then it continues on and on and on and you all of sudden find yourself saying either. We're not doing this right. Or i don't know my in the right business because i've written twenty offers and i haven't gotten any base so i think that portions harder i think doing the astro is no easier harder. It's a little bit easier in that we have docu sign and things like that so that you don't have to run your south around getting original signatures but i'll give that portion of the escarole. It's a little bit easier buyers harder sellers easier. I remember back. When i started in even for the first several years and i started twenty years ago to get a disclosure package. I'd have to drive across town. They hand them out on paper. Guess what the weren't disclosed. Pack just back in one thousand nine hundred eighty. There was nothing. Yeah go do be yourself and then you say well wait a minute. I think for sure we ought to have a termite report because back then our side of town originally didn't records and i sat down with dole janssen the old president of pacific union and he said boy. It's gonna come to your side you guys need to these terms reports because you just can't say as as as is you're going to get sued and all of a sudden started so we started so our disclosure package. Was you know like trying to remember when we had to write a td s..

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"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

05:27 min | 8 months ago

"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

"Betty and i sold two houses maybe one was two years before one was last year in the merchant heights neighborhood and that is for those of you who beat up notes off of ocean avenue traditionally was more of an african american neighborhood and the two houses that we sold were so by the granddaughter of a grandmother. A woman that in the early sixties you can just imagine bought three houses up there one. She sold early and the other two grandkids and it was a multiple generations living in the home so a african american mother her daughter and then their two grandchildren and then sold simply because for what they could get. Think we sold for nine hundred something or one one somewhere around there with what they got. They were able to go out into the suburbs. I think sacramento area fair oaks and buy a home with a swimming pool. And i remember asking them about the black light. And there's always distinctive gentrification being. Somebody's fault but in some cases it simply that the people want the suburban american dream. That's exactly quite data. I lived in the city but not everybody wants that after being generations in francisco as as bad as it is for us to shrink are african-american population. That is a free country. And you know you own the place. Grandma was so smart vitals v. Houses in the kids were able to do that. So that's my closing thought is that it's not always. Sometimes he's just choice to leave a city. Fc i was just gonna say. And i'd like to think kevin andina for articulating my thoughts. That's exactly what i was saying. Was you know some people are going to choose to leave but if we can create home ownership opportunities for those folks that are are wanting to stay. That's where i think. The traditional problem has been that people have been kept of building wealth and being able to stay when they wanna stay or sell and have accumulate. Well you don't have some money in their pocket if they did want to leave so yeah..

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04:12 min | 8 months ago

"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

"But you're seeing more people of color coming up the ranks of all the different associations manager who matt. You're very familiar with dawn sanders. I was hoping don would be on this podcast today and talked to me about being bill ongoingly. For part one we relive the nineteen sixties in the seventies together. So he's definitely involved in the series even if he's not here today some of his stories of how he was exploded from real estate offices that would not hire him in the seventies was regis. And you know so. It's not just how we have excluded the homeowners but how we have excluded people our own profession to the fact where african americans had to start their own trade association. The real test just to be able to sell homes because they weren't able to be realtors back in the day agreed. Do you know dr hannukah anything you want to chime in. I just have a small story. That probably no one really knows and i was intimately involved with. Its i new. My parents used to live in saint francis wood and disease until you story about the sevens most likely the late seventies. They've got got house in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. It was to be right round there or could be a body was found in the terrace park. Which is this now. Newly refurbished beautiful arc. That's managed by the association courts. Kids playground everything. Body actual dead body was found the next day. It was in the paper in the chronicle but they had the place of the body in ingleside so they changed the story. Somebody got hold of whoever. It was at the chronicle. There was nobody at the francis would kark. It was found in ingleside. So that's how it went. And that's how deep the perception and we know what continues to this date. And the last thing i just wanna say is that we really are all of us in this together. You know women couldn't i gaze. Couldn't african americans couldn't i- discrimination on japanese discrimination chinese. I mean all you have to do is no california history to know what the chinese have been through in california and how far back that goes. So we really are all of us hispanics. We're all in this together and the only way we can get out of this is if we all are together in it any defects everything on which housing but everything policing news. I mean how things are recorded is insidious any has to be rooted out and i would say Dina's absolute right. I would say. I am delighted that the realtors are going to be skipping up and trying to make some changes to the way this is handled in the past. We have seen policy set in place that we're discriminatory on that ushered pour in class people out of neighborhoods without offering them any kind of affordable housing in other sectors of the city that woods exacerbated transit policies because people like to be near transit. Then of course neighborhoods are getting a wealthier and wealthier here. We go again okay. And it's important that you are aware of what has happened to people in the past. And the tap it all people regardless of their race or ethnicity or religion okay. They have been treated in an unseemly manner. And it's important for us to keep in mind that the legal rights just keep you can keep one family in your head. The legal rights won by the berks. Family will be in vain if we don't do something about making things better for everyone and that means we do have to address the structural economic changes that are impacting not only on african americans..

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02:11 min | 8 months ago

"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

"And are very very smart experienced people and we have run non realtor on the group to keep us honest as they say. So let me start by asking yuna williams will you give a short term absolutely. My name is deals lanyon williams. I'm a realtor in san francisco with compass. I have been in real estate for the last twenty years. I have lived on the west side since nineteen seventy six and presently on the president of the west of twin peaks central council which is comprised of twenty neighborhoods on the west side so pretty well immersed in the west side and knowledgeable about the history. Thank you our next gust veronica honeycutt. Yes i'm veronica. And i am a community activist and have been over fifty years. I'm a retired. Educator and administrator having spent forty five years with san francisco re would san francisco unified school district and forty two city college of san francisco. I now share the Advisory committee for the ship arts founding board members girl and an active member with keith of like the women's group. Wow that's a lot of hats. Thank you so much for taking time.

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San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

04:35 min | 8 months ago

"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

"You know what damage done. Well you look at well. Red lining i can over talked to their. I'm sorry was also one of the things where mortgage companies would not lynn in certain areas and though certain areas were usually minority areas. Be bay african american. I think we were negroes back then. Chinese areas. I shouldn't say just chinese. I should just say asian areas. They were also red line. So i think one of the major things that came from this period and probably a little bit is still prevalent. Today is the values of properties in a minority area as opposed to the value of the same house in a white area. I read anywhere from fifty percent. Less value is assigned to the same house in a black neighborhood as it would be assigned in a white neighborhood from fifty percent up to seventy two percent depending on the neighborhoods and Who's doing the actual appraisals and things like that. I think this is probably still a carry over from prop fourteen in san francisco. Most of the neighborhoods. Are you more mixed more diverse. But you still have some neighborhoods that are primarily one race or another and in those neighborhoods. If you had a three bedroom two bath home single at cetera et cetera. It's gonna be less than a home say in merced manner which is primarily a white neighbor. Ed yeah i mean historically in san francisco minority communities were able to find housing south of. What's now interstate. Two eighty and if you look at property values kind of south two eighty versus north two eighty year one hundred percent right. I mean obviously california housing shortage and the incredible. You know up run on. Prices makes san francisco numbers a whole nother story but still to this day historically black neighborhoods life today view. Same house that you can find over in the sunset on west side of town. One of them is ninety five. The other one is a million four. Yes yes and it's interesting. Even on this side of two eighty you know like mercy said heights ingleside terrace. Those were primarily black neighborhoods are african american neighborhoods. Whatever and then you've got Forest hill and I'll what's the neighborhood right across looking. No no the really nice neighborhood. Saint francis would main francis. Would things were like saint francis. Wood was ninety nine point nine percent caucasian one time and that's why ingleside terrace was developed. Because that was developed so that the black people could live there in ingleside terrace and they're really nice homes and ingleside terrace but the price differential is quite a bit difference in. That's like right across a couple of streets. Yeah you know and it really. The only difference is which side of ocean avenue arjan. Yes yes so. I didn't know that was the genesis for those neighborhoods obviously using france as a those neighborhoods had racially restrictive covenants. But i didn't know that was kind of the response. And yeah i mean even in san francisco. It was very much the law of the land. The absolutely like Willie mays i believe tried to buy a house in forest hill s. I think still. There's the stereotype that black people bring the values down in white neighborhoods. So if you move if a black person moves into white neighborhood. The whole neighborhood value is going to decrease. I think that's one of the reasons. I spend so much time working on my yard at my house and everything because i don't want to bring the values down in the neighborhood. It's funny in a way..

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San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

02:56 min | 9 months ago

"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

"<SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> <Silence> <Speech_Male> in. <Speech_Male> I think that <Silence> it would behoove <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> poppers owners <Speech_Male> to get in there. I <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> getting in early. <Speech_Male> Means you won't have to <Speech_Male> deal with that. Issue <Speech_Male> is will <Speech_Male> sort of be a race <Speech_Male> to <Speech_Male> the number one thousand. <Speech_Male> And i think <Speech_Male> property owners <Speech_Male> should <Speech_Male> want to get going <Speech_Male> earlier <Speech_Male> rather than later <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> Those are <Speech_Male> the takeaways <Silence> <Speech_Male> Let's <Speech_Male> actually <Speech_Male> touch briefly <Speech_Male> kind of on that one in terms <Speech_Male> of gentrification <Speech_Male> and displacement <Speech_Male> because you talked about <Speech_Male> this with the category <Speech_Male> of ten plus unit <Speech_Music_Male> buildings <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> where they <Speech_Male> require planning approval <Speech_Male> commission. And <Speech_Male> they're only

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San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

07:10 min | 9 months ago

"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

"So what are you advising clients other than to hire you. First of all statistically as a february twenty twenty the city but geneticist stated that there were between two thousand twenty seven hundred housing units in the city being used for ilo. So if you soon that be correct the approval of a thousand will basically konin half or more the existing number of Of of rentals three days to a year that exist today as for what. I'm advising clients. I'm compelled by the ethical rules of the state bar to advise clients to follow the law and not to avoid the law. And that is my advice. But i will tell you that a lot of my clients perhaps majority may may choose not to registered and may continue on Because the limit of one thousand is problematic because one can get caught up in in the bureaucracy if the number of units is approaching one thousand. The thousand cap is not well will will Well known at the moment You know there could be a lot of problems. Also there's a big concern. Some of us have about having roommates and having relatives. What does the say about whether or not you can rent short term to a relative while. You're there or to france in a lot of roommates situations. A lot of my clients will wonder about that. And all i can tell them is that it's a little bit unknown. Because the ordinance prohibits quote non ten uses. Which is quote win. A landlord is allowing the unit to be occupied by a person or entity who is not a tenant unquote and there were ten is defined in our rent ordinance to given the broad definition of rental units in our rent ordinance this would appear to disallow us of a dwelling by property owners family member or roommates in less the unit was registered as an aloe now. Did the board of supervisors in ten that. I rather doubt it. But the way they've written the law. When can never be sure. And i think i would be getting calls on that subject matter. I think the the example you just gave there is a very good real world example of where high-level city housing policy about making housing available for long term residents Intersex and comes right up against the traditional argument of as a private property owner. This is my private property. I have a bundle of rights that go with a a new cannot take those rights away unnecessarily or unreasonably which means anytime we have a housing law in san francisco. We have the result of a lawsuit about policy versus property owner rights. Do you see this headed for litigation will matt. I think it's a lie. ends up. been litigation really depends on whether the largest housing trade associations in the city find this to be a great problem for their members. There's a small property owners of san francisco. There's the coalition for better housing representing large apartment building owners and The san francisco apartment association there are about two thousand two twenty seven hundred Aloes the city. They're not called Been around forever. Question is are. Are those hours active in those trade associations. How active are they do. They represent a lot of the members of those associations. I don't know. But if any of those associations find their a large portion of their membership affected they have every incentive to try to court to overturn this. I don't know whether the court will overturn it. I can tell you. There's a lot of uncertainty and lack of definitions in the ordinance that perhaps only a court ornamental. The law can correct such as whether your roommates who ran for thirty two to thirty days to twelve months or your family members Cause you to be in violation of law As for whether or not the log. Self violates the bundle of property rights that are constitutionally protected. I think it'll take further analysis by litigation attorneys to determine that But this is another example of how the board of supervisors goes far in trying to regulate the market and sometimes a misses the mark over oversteps Increase laws it. Hard to enforce. I think that this is one of the most complex laws that relate real estate in the city along with cuba in rent control. Laws and their interaction will be the subject governor. Great deal of discussion among us real estate attorneys next years so That's the best. I can answer your question. Yeah no that's a great answer and a two probably unfair question so the property owner. What's kind of the most important takeaway. That i should take away from listening to those or. Are there any really important points about this. That i haven't asked you about yet that you wanted to mention. You haven't asked about what areas the city are considered areas of rapid gentrification from which these eiloz will be discourage If you want me to list a few i can do that. i think we talked about how of a there'll be a problem in determining when the magic number one thousand Magic number one thousand eiloz in existence is raised.

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08:08 min | 9 months ago

"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

"Dedicated to what a has now become term the intimate intermediate length occupancy. So what does this law do. Then what would this law means. Is that by. June of twenty twenty two if an owner of a building has not successfully obtained the permit to have an ir low unit. The low use must end. Now the question is is the city gonna about audit all buildings. Make sure it's ended for those buildings who have not gotten approvals for their eiloz. The answer is no the planning department doesn't have an enforcement staff as big as it needs. The board of supervisors is not funding. So the planning department will act on a complaint basis which is actually the way most notices violation are generated. It comes from complaints. Made by neighbors. Former tenants or competitor's Their fines for having an iro utah after june. Twenty twenty two and that's effectively works. In the meantime unit can apply be eiloz By filing a building permit or alteration permit to the building department which should be routed to the planning department in the permit will simply say that we seek approval for short term intermediate occupancy unit and the amount of construction can be listed as a dollar the permits issue in simply changes the us from a market rate dwelling unit to aloe. That's essentially the application so intrusive francisco fashion. You go to the building department to apply for the planning commission permit right So if you've applied for this permit and it's granted. Does that mean that you could no longer rent that unit. As just a market rate. Long term rental does allow a unit to do that or does it restricted unit to only that good question. The law says that. Tom you can Go back to offering the unit for more than one year without us losing the right to thereafter change it back to a rental of thirty days to one year you can go back and forth the only time when you lose your right to use it for intermediate length rentals if is if three years have gone by and you haven't one trend to the unit as an aloe sh but as long as you You you keep you. You rented on ilo use once every three years. You don't abandon it. And you can go back and forth between being a non aloe allow an ilo. Gotcha so for folks in san francisco that wanted to short-term kind of allah airbnb rentals. The city is created the short term rental registry that has a very specific process reporting requirements. And then you know. There are other laws that affect property using san francisco. That don't have nearly that level of upfront reporting and auditing and it sounds like the enforcement of the i. alot is more like the second and not so much like the creation of another short term in this case intermediate term length rental registry. That's correct matt While the planning department we'll keep a registry Of what size buildings have what number of iowa's the city is not hiring new staff as they did for the airbnb short term rentals to applications review. Them question them and then register them. There was funding for that on the airbnb. Laws it's called had the funding to create a staff to go through the elaborate process of reviewing accepting applications. In the case of the iro law. It will be much simpler when just files in alteration permit indicating a change of use of the unit to an ilo gets reviewed by planning in planning basically just registered in their In in their files so that it can keep track of several things including weather. At the time you apply. There is already been in approval of one thousand of such units in the city. And i'm afraid to ask this question. I'm but once we've counted up to the thousand Ilo units that the city will now allow. What's the process for. Actually taking something off of that list since. We don't have proactive in enforcement. How do you actually is. Is there a process to figure out. If you know a thousand are actually still in use or is that just kind of. We'll see how this goes. I think i would put that in the category. We'll see how this goes because there's nothing in the ordinance telling the planning department Howard should count whether or not a particular kind time. I should say whether particular time when thousand eiloz exists. For example people may choose to take an ilo rented for more than a year while the question is the inform the planning department of that and does the thousand seventy become nine hundred ninety nine when that occurs. These are interesting questions and none of that has been resolved. So i guess if i'm a property you know if we're looking at this and we're thinking you know if you're looking at these unit restrictions one to three units none forty you forty nine units less than two point five of them ten plus twenty percent. Max it's very much about preserving kind of existing housing stock End my question. Like what if i've got a ten plus unit building right now that i've been completely using intermediate length occupancy. Just you know. I didn't do a asandra dramatic thing. It's just how happened over. The years is are these situations grandfather. Dan or none of that allowed. Come twenty twenty two. That's a good question. None of these are grandfathered in for example if if in a building owner wants to continue his eye lows in building of more than ten after the date of june twenty twenty he cannot in less summer all of those islands have received an alteration permit to have their us officially changed to i allow before june. Twenty twenty so on the one hand. I'm kind of hearing that. There's a reasonable amount but not a massive amount has ever been on the radar to upset the housing policy makers of san francisco. But because of you know kind of what happened with saunder all of this is is now under the microscope. And i guess if i'm listening to this i'm putting my selfish news. A property owner. You know it sounds like it might be a catch twenty two in terms of registering and kind of inadvertently getting stuck in the byzantine city bureaucracy. And at the same time. I don't wanna not comply with the law..

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San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

07:35 min | 9 months ago

"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

"Attorney for thirty six years and regularly writes and lectures on local real estate laws and issues including condominium law and advises his clients on land development and real estate transactions throughout the bay area. So welcome to the show mr gladstone. Thank you matt. Happy near happy new year's well here's looking at twenty twenty one So you have been doing san francisco real estate in real estate law for a very long time and we are so fortunate to have you on the air today to speak with us about a very specific law which is intermediate occupancy law. So maybe before we even get started about how this came to be what isn't intermediate occupancy law thanks man it's actually called intermediate length occupancy law and all grieve as i l o. That's what the industry calls it and what it says. Is that starting a couple years. Only a thousand unison. The city will be allowed to be rented between thirty days in one year and it affects for kinds of buildings First of all buildings that one to three units which can't have these at all if they have them today they have to stop. Then in effect seed billings afford to nine units in the Aloes are loud there as long as the number of the building does not exceed twenty five percent of the units in the building. Then there's a category of buildings ten some more and i a- lows are only allowed there if the planet commission gives approval and the planning commission has a lot of discretion in the planning commission to say yes. Ask you to show the following three or four things first of all that at the time you seek approval from the commission. There's only a thousand or less units better. I at that moment you'll have show that only twenty percent of the units in your building will be you have to show that at least two thirds of all at the time our downtown and you have to show that less than one third of the is at the time we seek permission. Aren geographic areas of displacement. And they're they're given The locations of those areas of displacement in recent years are indicated we can go into which areas they are later but that is essentially the law and one more thing if you ever building than has notice of violation against it for any reason your disqualified from being off from having i lows in your building and you were also mentioning. There's the fourth category of building while the fourth is a building that has vs. Okay so i. Re- categories are distinguished by the number of units and the fourth category is building a with overseas notices of violation. Which case you have no chance of having l. alot ellos and does the date of construction of the building matter at all or is it everything that's ever been built in san francisco. It's everything that ever has been built. There's one rule based on a day. Any buildings built after june. Twenty or june. Fifteenth of twenty twenty cannot have eiloz at all so from here on new. Buildings cannot have iowa's gotcha and in terms of unit counting may. Maybe the hasn't been litigated yet. Are unwarranted units units for the purposes of ilocos. It's a good question. The ordinance does not say that but other ordinances in the city for example. The ordinance called copa which gives nonprofits the right to By building three or more units in that rule a non-legal unit doesn't count toward being one of three units for the purpose of deciding whether the building is three or more units and thus subject to copa which gives the nonprofits the right to offer to purchase prior to the in general. Yes so hopefully. It'll be interpreted that way on this law. I would hope so if you're listening to this. You're like wow. This sounds like a really complicated law. how this law come to be. Why do we need it. Or why did i not that you can speak for the board of supervisors but what can you tell us about how it kind of came to be in the problem that it's tempting to solve sure we'll for many years. Progressives in the city have been considering going to the board of supervisors to regulate the number furnish rentals that are short term with the idea that those units are taking away housing from those who have a housing needing can't afford market rate housing but what really was distracted for the camel's back was the project known as twenty one hundred market street in which the developer bryan spears. Put up a. I think about sixty units and without telling the city he was doing so he mastered least all rental units to accompany called saunder and that of course was a good deal for him because it means he never had to worry about vacancies. That saunder would take the risks. There were vacancies. He'd get one steady check from saunder. Every month and people noticed it. Solder was moving in furnishings. And obviously there were all of them. We're going to be furnished. Units with the exception of eight units that are below market. Which saunder did not lease so city planning for was made aware of it in the board supervisors were made aware of it end a felt. This wasn't the intent of the planning commission improving in approving the project however looking back to approval there was no Provision that this could not happen in fact the laws did not prevent this from happening so while many intended to half saunder its use of the building that way The c- could do nothing about it. saunder end. Mr brian spirit had found a loophole. It was perfectly legal and the board of supervisors decided. We should do something about this by creating some legislation and that's how it came about met so that is a conflict complicated story And actually you know to your point. intermediate length occupancy law rentals have been around in the city for a while like sander is not the first company and bryan. Spears is not the first developer but what was very different as you pointed out was this was brand new building and it was one.

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San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

"Know, what are the top three things? You know, we as an industry can do but not only that my Samsung has a burger can do I'm going to kind of take that down to do too because it sounds like you've already given us the first one which is don't be afraid to start a conversation. Yeah. I mean don't be ready to start a conversation. Don't be afraid to follow your foot if you say something ablest it's okay. And if you don't know something ask and like but I would say the big thing that I'm gleaned from talking with you today, but that's about the industry. I came into this call. I don't know the real estate market like I don't know anything about this. I'm literally just sharing my disability experience. You mean I'm really the only one here that seems all weekend Googling houses down and looking at real estate on the internet. Okay, I mean probably not but of the two of us wasn't your weekend. Yes, I look for other big things that I can enter, but that's that's besides the point. But no but you know the higher more disabled people talk to them be aware of your own able ISM in the market and like for you as a as a broker to just run run up the stairs of a listing a stable person. They'll be whole that's a whole deal to think about how the privilege in that and think about like I know obviously there's a lot you can't do because the city like you said, it's pretty a lot of the structures or pre 88,000 pre-1990 and all that stuff. But like we can at least start having the conversation like California for power wheelchair users when it isn't a fire tornado of death Is you know somewhere that that a lot of us like to go because it's warm like imagine not having accessibility in your apartment when it's like minus 12 or inside like how crappy would be to try to try to gain access when you couldn't like getting cuz of the snow. So I think California is in a prime position to move more accessibility for these individuals. I mean and also think about like think about how annoying it would be if you wanted to right now Matt go get a glass of water and you couldn't reach it you're in your accessible thought and you couldn't do it but it's accessible to you. Right cuz you can get in the house. Like we need to expand our view of what accessible means past. Oh you can get in the room. That's not what it is. So close yet so far right and some ways off worse, right? Cuz we got you closer to the water but not loose enough. Yeah, exactly. Like I would say this I would say accessibility is a feeling it's not only ramps and elevators wage. Buttons, it's how do you feel as a disabled person when you're in the room, if you don't feel like your needs are being met the room is not accessible for you. The event space is not accessible for you. The hotel is not accessible for you. If you'd like your needs is a disabled person are being met. And so we have to look at accessibility as a feeling versus like a thing we have to tack on at the end and I feel like everywhere not just a real estate not just in your industry, but every week if you like disability is requirement and not something we give value to and we think about from a holistic standpoint accessibility is a feeling I actually I think that's a great quote thought it's here to me. Do you say it all the time that's like an Andrew Garza ISM that I'm trying to make it strong enough to be a hashtag. Yeah. I mean, I've tried to make it a hashtag it hasn't caught on. So maybe I'll make it a shirt and then perhaps we can do here Jackson full of real estate from our global social media headquarters. Maybe you can wear it with your nipple out and it'll go Wildfire. It's San Francisco crazier things have happened off. Turns out of control true. Let me see if I can sum this up number one don't be afraid to have that conversation number to recognize that this isn't an hour and you think the eventually all of us become less able and disabled in some way over time. Yes, and finally most of all accessibility is not a checklist. It was a feeling. Yes anything else you want to add Andrews. Oh, well not polar. If you want to hear more about what I do. They can follow me in on all the places at www.ge.com on Instagram and Twitter at it's Andrew Garza. They can hire me to do virtual or in-person accessibility venue discussion things. I mostly work in a sexuality and disability, but I've started to Branch out and do access stuff because it's really fun to show people how inaccessible their spaces are. They generally mean that none of like I like, oh, it's fun to show you how inaccessible you are but to give them like, oh wow. Ever thought about that. I never realized that I never understood why that wouldn't work. And now I do it's really enlightening it really is but I mean, I don't want to do it from a mean place of like, you know, I genuinely want to Thursday from like, oh you didn't know let me guide you and show you because I think there's value in them. I did a walk-through for a theater here in Toronto last week. They asked me to do I'll just clearly tell the story. They asked me to do a walk-through for their front of house for they wanted their front doors and their bathrooms and they're like ticket counter for their theater to be more accessible and everything. I said to them they said to me. Oh God, I never realized that I never understood that now and now I do and so it was such a cool experience because when we left and I really over there they went thank you so much for telling us we would have never realized and now we do and now he can make our business more accessible. I just thought that's really really cool better than awesome story. That is a very awesome story and all of your contact info will be in the show notes, and I hope people off Blow up and I'm definitely going to put you in touch with our local Association. Please do I'd love to work with them more and help them over again. All right, ladies and gentlemen, and all of our other listeners this is and readers and and I thank you so much for joining us on S4 out loud today. Thank you so much for having me. You've been listening to S crying out loud the SF real estate podcast from Jackson Fuller real estate experts on the San Francisco real estate wage since 2002 podcast notes with links available at Jackson Fuller. Com slash podcast..

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"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

"Who I am. Is in the market to buy a home here in San Francisco, but I was amazed how little our multiple listing service actually supports wrong information. It's pretty not disability or so. There's not in most businesses. Generally whether we're talking about real estate or you know, because we're both gay men because talking about later like Club owning any business you go into will probably not have accessibility standards listed or what's available that's accessible which is a shame really because like even thought I'm looking to visit places cuz I do a lot of traveling with my work when I'm looking to visit somewhere to stay for a day or two for work. I often look for airbnb's instead of getting a hotel because their babies tend to be a bit home or in a little bit cheaper sometimes maybe so I always look for accessible and you would be surprised how very little that's often included in what I look for so I can't imagine trying to buy a home. Looking for very specific accessibility needs and having no options available to you. Well, let's just kind of, you know, start making this a theoretical conversation off and let's say you're my buyer and you came to me and said, you know Matt my speaking and Consulting career is off the charts phenomenal cuz my podcast is such a used bike. So I got a couple of million to put down on a place here in the city. Could you help me find it if you were to say that to me I'd be like sure and real help you out and then you know what happens next month and then you go there's no listings. Oh, you've got a good budget two million bucks. We're definitely going to find you something here. If I was to turn to our multiple listing service wage, which is kind of primary way that agents communicate listing availability to other agents in San Francisco. It's also what feeds all of the public sites like Redfin and Zillow and so on and so forth. Currently the San Francisco MLS has arguably for perhaps five fields that are related to accessibility and disability. Are you ready? I am ready elevator yes or no handicap bath. Yes, or no lowered switches. Yes or no wheelchair access yes or no and flashing warnings. Yes or no. That's it further more of those five. None of them are actually required. So unless the listing agent goes out of their way to enter that information that doesn't propagate through the system and then on top of that because those fields are soberly used most of the large portals and brokerages. Don't bother to map them onto their public website. So even if the information was listed in the original Source, it never makes it to the website almost dead. Ever we can't rely on the MLS. We got that one, but I actually do have a little bit of good news about the MLS going to share it with Andrew. I'm ready this coming twenty Twenty-One. San Francisco is actually moving to Georgia original MLS with our Bay Area partners and the number of disabled and accessibility Fields goes to over a dozen. Well that's better. It's a lot more descriptive package because based on the four, you've given me like, what were they again? Does the building have an elevator does it have a handicapped bath lowered switches or wheelchair access off or flashing warnings? Okay, because I have questions. What does wheelchair access mean? Who are they talking about because guess what wheelchairs come in different shapes and sizes and wage, you know, some summer power somewhere manual so like to say as the end user of both the apartment and a wheelchair to say. Oh, yeah, it has wheelchair access dead. I use a power chair for instance. So my chair is often too big to fit on to fit in accessible buses in to fit into like, you know to just hop on a bus and go on my chairs often too busy. So when they say wheelchair access my first thought is a buyer is which will surely talking about what you know, have they done the specs to make sure and I would guess probably not and thank you Andrew for walking our listeners into the frustrating catch-twenty-two that exists because guess what exactly to your point no listing agent knows what wheelchair access means and no listing agent off to get sued about misrepresentation. So since it's not a required box and you don't have to figure it out. They just never check it. Oh, that's even that's so that's so bad. I mean that seems to be the level of ableism in this market because it suggests then that a disabled person in a wheelchair who does have two million dollars in the bank and wants to buy a fancy sfbay home which by the way it can make the happy. Yes, I want to do that. It's all on your man has the consultant career, and I know you were rocking. I just bought my disability after dark t-shirt. So I know your merch is like off the hook as well. See what people are hot. Sure. Yeah. Yeah, that's yeah. Yeah, that's what I mean. So many hashtags Andrew so many hashtags. I saw the Twitter yesterday so many hashtags, but you know, they need to address their able ISM because disabled people deserve house and they deserve proper housing that they can access like they shouldn't be put in places where yes, it's accessible and that I can get my wheelchair in the room, but I can't feel at home in here and that sort of where I live right now. It's my home and I'm I liked it and I liked it. It's accessible ish, but I still can't if you were to come over and hang out of my house or and I couldn't be a good host to you. I could offer you a drink. I couldn't you know what? I mean. It just feels very inaccessible. So and based on on some of those some of those boxes. You've told me that are in the MLS they're dead. How big is the elevator can more than one chair because what have you what if you have a friend that you want to go out with and you want them to come the other with you? And also you also said handicap bath. Like what does that mean? That makes sense to me. First of all, it should say I would hope it would say bath and shower because a lot of disabled people need more space a lot of these units that they put people in don't account for the fact that someone with a disability might not not everybody but somebody was complex disabilities like me would need somebody to help them shower help them dress a problem with all the activities of daily living that many able-bodied homebuyers probably take for granted in I have to think of the space for myself my wheelchair and another person. So when it's often things like handicap bath my very first set is well, what does that mean? You didn't lay it out for me and my feeling is and it feels having you know having heard that from you and having you read those things out. Me it felt like they put those check boxes in there because they were required to by the Ada or they were required to bylaws. They didn't get sued but they didn't get their due diligence in like what does it mean? Did you hire a disabled consultant to test what that means? Did you ask the community what they need? Probably not and if you just one person you didn't ask enough because guess what every disabilities different they're going to tell you different things. So you need every single thing available to you. Well, I wasn't around for the addition of these fields to the office last. I've been involved enough and Industry MLS politics that I am not stepping out on a a risky limb here when I say there was actually no requirement that we add these fields but you know, there was a lawsuit and it was like, you know, we need to do something so that you know, we can show we've done something. So here we've done some things and.

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"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

"Meant fuller today is Friday April 17th. We talked about five weeks of filter in place here in San Francisco. So I took the time to pull some data from the San Francisco multiple listing service about how the market is performing all of those districts. I'm about to quote are from a San Francisco MLS unless otherwise noted and all over numbers. We are talking about are for residential property type switch for our definition will be single family residences condos Tendencies and comments go up units and to the four-unit buildings wage are in the city of County of San Francisco and listed in the San Francisco MLS, which is the primary MLS servings area. But before we go up into the stats a little background off the services here real estate market is seasonal Although. Our season is slightly different from the rest of America in San Francisco holidays fog and Rain Drive our preferred real estate marketing window. A year calendar year starts quietly pretty typically and doesn't really pick up until around the time everyone agrees. The rains are going to stop typically in that job February to March window there first season Pizza in June and then you see new listings down dramatically in July and August and that's actually grown by the fog on the west side of town on the north side of town September October typically bring up some of our best weather here in San Francisco. So it's actually our heaviest Listing season of the year. Every associate Genesis down there as we get closer to Thanksgiving the market quiets down and stays quiet through the winter holidays until the Rings if they arrive our forecast to recede for yet another year off all of which are saying this is typically a busy time of year. So I looked at five different measures of Market activity and compared them with the same time. As March 14th birth. April 17th for the years 2018-2019 and obviously this year twenty-twenty. The first major I looked at is the number of properties that came to Market which is what major buy properties that were an active status between the states and 2018-19. We averaged about eight hundred new listings coming to the market this year. We have the 70% decrease as you might expect which translates into 254 more homes coming to Market obviously sellers are withdrawing or not coming to Market as you may expect, you know, we'll see in a moment is just not coming to Market. So next let's take a look at the number of homes that went into contract where an agreement was reached either with or without contingencies and in 2018. That was 237 homes during this time period in 2019, it was down to a hundred seventy and this year it is down to a stunning birth. 36 which is a year-over-year decrease of 85% In other words, very few deals are coming together. In 2018 nineteen about 625 home sales closed during our current lockdown. While so far this year in the same time. Not here today, but just this month. Of code lock down we had 318 sales close, which is about a 50% decrease and close sales. Usually reflect deals that started two to four weeks earlier in San Francisco. If we look at the two sale sale statuses expiry cancel. There's a huge percentage increase that the numbers are all small to begin with Iraq in 2018. Nineteen. We average only about eleven fail sales status as during this time. In this year. It's a whopping two hundred percent, but that's only 223 home. So most listing Agreements are being canceled or reported as canceled that leaves our final status temporary withdrawn also often called hold off. Are also known as temporarily off MLS or off Market in 2018. Nineteen this time. Averaged About eighty-five Properties in the status of this year. It is up a wiping incredible 450% to 446 homes in the templates drawn status during the covid-19 lockdown. Many of these homes are and templates drawn status continued to be marketed off-mls and informally through agent networks, but the template strong rmls is not a publicly-available status. So you won't see these properties on brokerage websites or real estate portals having to this court oversight snaps the status is off generally up to them some just like the listing others assume withdrawn and guess that it's a variety out there, but the opportunity is if you saw something earlier you liked in the year on log. And it may still be available with less competition since it is not being MLS marketed during this time frame. That's a look at the market during covid-19 shelter-in-place here in San Francisco to summarize Universe things are down 70% deals coming together down 85% deals that actually closed down 50% wage sales up 200% but it's just a small twenty-three and the number of homes temporarily withdrawn from MLS.

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"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

"The way we're used to I don't think so. Totally agree one hundred percent. I think our industry is having a bit of a challenge acknowledging how different things might be Yeah, and I don't know, you know, I mean you can only do deal with the next step that's put in front of you but you know, you know to go back to this. It's like, you know, I think our our marriage cut a lot of flak in the beginning for really being aggressive in this in the beginning. It's like God she's really being heavy-handed when she doesn't need to be thank God she has been because look at the numbers that are coming out of New York knew someone who's you know, I've had my own issues with Gavin Newsom. I think he's done a tremendous job of it is an understatement. My Niners are in Santa Clara, but I think he's done a good job with this. He really long as you know much better than you know, some people in the federal leadership role have done because you know, we could have gotten a hold of this a lot earlier the testing testing testing is what we really enjoy watching and that's the problem. We don't know who has this and how come you just do an open house to as many people as possible when you don't know that someone can have this touch things off. reinfect somebody else Right because you know the reality before this was there was a very little risk letting just any random person come through an open house, right? They're not going to you know, give you both a life killing life-ending disease at worst. They might steal something or you know, get in your face or you know other other things like that but never kill you so, you know the no idea what anyway? Yeah. This is totally changed. Right? Like I don't even want you in my property unless I know you've seen it virtually that you're like qualified. I've sniffed your financial, you know, I would totally agree like, you know, I think that we shouldn't just be running around once we're able to showing properties to anyone that says that they can buy up that changes that took a dynamic it changes the dynamic of how we sell property because in San Francisco, we're very used to fluffing prepping a property staging the property listing at 20% below its a dog Proximate sales price to create a bidding war because you had a hundred plus people do it the open house. You had twenty Thirty Brokers through at the broker's tour. You've got 16 disclosure packages out. So you're expecting 8 to 10 offers. How do you do that in a coronavirus covid-19 world? I don't know how you do. So do we get to and you're seeing this already with the few listings at Smith Farm Market more of a transparent pricing model coming to San Francisco. I've been doing this one of years. I've never seen this. I mean when houses were, you know worth $350,000 we're pricing the 2009 or 299. This is a strategy we've been doing for more than 20 years and that's about to change when these shelter-in-place guidelines get lifted. Yeah, I would completely agree. I don't think that you know the days of ox auction psychology and you know getting a bunch of people it just you won't be able to walk know. I mean, I thought I might open house where it's like, you know about two hundred plus people through you run out of Flyers. There's nothing better than running out of a flyer but an open house cuz it's like that's how much interest I have on my property. You can't have those kind of open houses moving forward. You know, it's going to be a lot of work on the listing agents. You can't just be the listing agent says come Sunday come Tuesday through Thursday night come the next Saturday. Otherwise, no private showings. I'm busy. Now, you're going to have to you know, pretty much if you've got a really desirable property be doing a lot of private showings coming up and down that's going to be quite differently than we've been doing business for a long time. So, you know what make maybe some good comes out of this. I mean, you know, this is this is the thing, you know, when the Bubonic plague was going on birth. Shakespeare had to stay at home because the theater was closed and he wrote some of you know Macbeth some of the best plays. There's always something good that comes out of a situation like this. Maybe something comes out of this because sometimes the blind offer situation the multiple offers isn't always fair, you know, because you know in an eBay auction, you know what your last bitter is, sometimes people are paying $100,000 more than the second-place offer. Maybe that type of activity is going to dissipate what this coming up anything you're doing other than painting your house and reworking your business plan to get ready for a return to something later this year. You know what? We're doing a lot of stuff with the kids. I've decided to grow a mustache to the Chagrin of my wife, you know, and I I'm I think I'm why do you always insist on upsetting your wife? You know, that's what husbands do it's it's fun. But you know, I I I'm not all that all you know, probably say, you know what I'm spending a lot of time getting in touch with people that you know are important to me not just past clients cuz obviously, you know, our past clients should rest of your of influence. That's very important but close friends. I mean, this is this is what good can come out of the situation we're in is to reach out to people that you know, and just check in with them. You know, I've gotten some random texts and phone calls from people and it's you know, it's great hearing four people right now, you know, so I think as Realtors we are, you know, our interest is served by serving our friends or our communities serving the people that we know, you know, my first broker always told me never worried about wage. Money worry about taking care of your clients and the money will come to you. I think that's the kind of attitude that we need right now is don't worry about how am I going to give a sale again? What am I getting back to business page worry about your clients? How are you doing? Do you know that you know, the property tax deadline has been you know gone from April 15th to May 4th, which is ridiculous. It should be in July but this is a you know, that's where we can be a resource long time young man one step at a time. It'll get there. I bet I know I know so I have a I have a very positive attitude about this. I think we're all going to be it's going to it's going to take time and I you know, we're all in this together and I hope we keep that attitude. Agreed 100% Well, thank you mister Birmingham for joining us this morning Park North. Com is the real estate brokerage. Correct? That is it. All right, Kevin Berman. Thanks for joining us this morning. Thanks Matt. Say A Little Britain. Okay. Bye you've been listening to her out loud podcast from Jacksonville estate experts on San Francisco real estate since 2002. Cast notes with links available at Jackson..

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"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

"Hello, sfar past president and owner of Park North real estate brokerage here in San Francisco. Thank you for joining me mister Kevin, Birmingham. How are you? Mad? I'm great good to hear from you. Thank you for calling. So what is your take on the covid-19 reality that we could find ourselves and Kevin? Well, I mean, you know, it's it's it's very strange. You know, it's like Larry David said I guess Governor Newsome had Larry David do little informational broadcast. It's like, whoa, can't you people just stay at home? You know, just just watch TV. What have you ever gotten this opportunity? So, you know, that's that's what we're doing. I'm getting the honey do list projects going and you know home family, which is quite nice, but at the same time it's disappointing. I can't bring my kids around their grandparents things like that. So, you know, there's there are some positives about it. I guess it's like, you know, the simple lifestyle that we're all leading, but, you know, very very challenging time and you know, obviously watching the death toll Mount do the world is, you know, very very hard for a lot of people and are you know, except me just kind of watching it. It's it's it's difficult times. The numbers are very sobering you have three young children, cuz your productivity plummeted like negative 100e. Well, no, I'm actually been quite productive but I think my wife is like it's like you're home and you're not much help because you know I've taken on and I started taking on this painting project and you know, it's it's changed a lot more involved than I would have thought. So that's okay though, you know, we you know, I haven't there's not much real estate to do these days. I mean, I I get about an hour worth of emails and phone calls and what I need to do, but you know, what's what's there to do really except for preparing planning things like that? I'd you know, I'm going to redo my business plan over the next couple of weeks, which is fine. We've got locked down till May 3rd. So we have plenty of time. You know, I've met a lot of people are you know, working on a lot of marketing things that you know, because we are on a shelter-in-place ordinance which means you're not supposed to be doing normal real estate activity. Now the the US has declared us as an essential activity which you know, there's certainly things of our business that are essential my fear. Is that a lot of Realtors take this month. As let's get back to work, especially people that politically feel like this is a hoax still which is crazy that there's people that still feel like this is overblown or you know, it's really not as bad things like that. You know, we need to get back to work when you know the desk tool keeps mounting. You know, I'm I'm more of the hey, let's let's try to Winter this wage of the storm is best we can while still being productive at home and still reaching out to clients and still helping clients properties. I agree, you know my take on Realtors and my feeling about myself. I like to be helpful. And the number one thing I can do to be helpful right now is stay home and not go outside and it feels weird when the number one most helpful thing you can do is nothing wrong why you know, it's funny there was that Meme out that had some guy laying on the couch and it said 2019 lazy bastard 20/20 responsible citizen right and the name. You know, we're all sitting around in our pajama bottoms and you know not shaving for men and women there. The gray is coming through their hair that you know, they don't want anyone to see but hey, you know as long as we're staying alive or not affecting people and and I think that's the problem, you know, not to get political but you know, we're sitting here in the United States going well with this death of tools really Mountain. Whereas in Germany, it is not found. Why because they've been so much more proactive. They are testing testing testing people. My sheet rocker has coronavirus. I talked to him yesterday. I was helping him out with the real estate problem. And you know, I haven't seen him in a while but you know, what if I had if I wanted to get tested we wouldn't qualify to get tested whereas in Germany, if you know someone who have been around somebody else that's been there on it right away, you know, and this is this the problem is you go out and you don't know who has this and this is why we can't do open houses. This is why we can't do private showings the way we're used to now if I was going to do a private school. Going I think I could do it very responsibly, but that doesn't mean everyone would and that's the problem is that we could be really jeopardizing the community by letting somebody that you know, doesn't follow CDC guidelines and proper protocol all to try to you know, get a deal done. When right now you really going to be able to get the best price for your Cellar in these circumstances, probably not. Yeah, there are a lot more questions than there are answers not that there are ever a kind of answer to the San Francisco real estate business, but there are definitely a lot more questions right now and you know to your point five different people are taking this with varying degrees of seriousness. And you know, I think part of that is been some less than definitive messaging from organizations that Realtors belong to but you know might have tentative take on this is unless you can absolutely follow the social distancing guidelines put in place right now and you can't do it virtually should you know, be careful well, and then also, you know, what are these guidelines because we've been hearing six feet six feet six feet. Now. We're hearing ten feet, you know Mass don't they use Mass? That's those are for health care workers will now we're getting you know, these guidelines from doctor saying, you know, you need to have some kind of face covering. You know, Mass should be used for the healthcare workers, but You need a face covering that is a message that was different from a couple of weeks ago. So what do we really know about this? You know, we're Realtors. We do not know much about this. All we can do is follow what our government officials tell us, which you know, sometimes can be a little over the place. Yeah, exactly. And then you know as far as you know, you mentioned the association's that were wage that were a part of and you know, I'm you know hats off to both C A R & S f a r and you know, I haven't followed as much and on any are but I'm sure they're they're doing a lot as well Vince Malta who's passed better than San Francisco as well is the current president of any are but you know, these are not organizations that deal with Health Care issues that deal with crisis issues. These are real estate organizations trying to guide members and their political organizations in a way because you've got members that say, hey we want to get back to work and you got your associations that Lobby for us to be able to go back to work wage. You know, I it's scary times out. There may be going back to work is not the right idea at least not in the way we're used to and I think even after the shelter-in-place is listed after May 3rd. It's not going to be business back to normal. It's not going to be hey eight. Let me have an open house May 4th and let me start handing out flyers and go door-knocking. That's I think we could be your out from activities such as that wage. So what do you think? It looks like commit May June July? I think we're going to go into more of a private showing Market, once, you know, once you know, these things have flattened out a little bit. I think that just random open houses are going to be done with I think tenant-occupied properties are going to be even more of a challenge because even the you know, the social distancing guidelines are going to still be in place. So how do you, you know, bring some random person into a property right now? We're it's occupied now we're used to log Francisco bacon stage home, which is a lot easier to deal with, you know, I've always had this feeling that in real estate buyers should come into a property like it's a museum and look and don't touch with that will really be enforced in any open house that I would do, but I think it's it's not going to be you know, they're talking about canceling the football season this week. So, you know, like you say, hey that's about sports. It's not about sports. It's the fact that they're already looking at the fall going. This is going to be you're not you're going to have empty college football games empty NFL games does that mean if they're going to be canceling that that we could be doing open houses and Brokers towards.

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"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"san francisco" Discussed on San Francisco Real Estate: Escrow Out Loud

"Late available status. And with one exception, do not accumulate in the non available status. The one exception is the whole status. The San Francisco multiple listing service has a status called. Other melas often have something similar light temporary. What's draw? Properties status are temporarily not available and can. Therefore shown on public sites. It is normally rarely used and would apply when we can withdraw a property from public marketing for a reason like a seller emergency or unexpected property repair update were something else that's unexpected. In this status days on market do continue to accumulate, but the property is not publicly displayed. In San Francisco, it's traditionally a very quick and linear moved from active where shown on the Internet depending where it's shown to closed where it is shown. Rules around our data feeds, San Francisco amyloidosis data feeds say that recipients of the data, this land, their APPS and websites properties. Available status or sold status. If you're logged in user to excite or out your generally following via w virtual office website rules that allow display of more status. When the shelter in place director was issued back on March sixteenth. For example, we agreed with our sellers move our eighty two multi drive listening and hold status. So it no longer appears. And can be searched for on Zillow or any place else not even apps. and. Would traditionally be able to see other status. So is it for sale and why can't you see if you're done? So all the San. Francisco. Multiple listing service, can't control. With rules, what data is displayed under what listening conditions that does not have the technical ability to control how third third-party sites and APPs receive and translate their data feed into display on third-party sites naps. So because the industry is not completely inconsistently implemented industry data standard most sites either don't receive or don't understand a whole status so they strip the data out. Without, tempting further understand it. Which means that even if you are long Dan, you won't be able to see it. Not In an APP like real scout not on Scylla. Not. On Russia. So since. Don't understand the whole status. They delete and move on. So when listings are involved status on the San Francisco will ask they do accumulate days on market. The listing is not a late. When the listing is moves back to it available status. The days on market will include those days of the property was on hall status. Some markets track two days on market numbers. We do not. And here's an interesting conundrum between display not displayed available, not available. As of today, there are three hundred and fifty seven active listings, two, hundred and forty, seven in hold status, one, hundred and fifteen cancel expired. Since March sixteenth. Two hundred and forty, two more or listeners spending in three, hundred and forty two are inactive contingent status and additional seventy-one earn of PRI. Public. Marketing. Coming soon status. Wants to slide is active in active contingent. But what's really available are coming soon, hold an active status. So. Long.

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