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More Renters Becoming Second-Home Owners

Attracted by outdoor space and easier work-from-home opportunities, among the impacts of Covid-19 is an increase in renters deciding to buy outside their cities BY V.L. HENDRICKSON  |  ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON JUNE 28, 2020  |  MANSION GLOBAL Many people are rethinking their living arrangements because of the COVID-19 pandemic. For city dwellers, that often means a move to a more spacious spot. For some, that means buying a second ...more

Mid-century compound on an acre of Berkeley Hills land hits market for $3.6M

The buyer will be only the fourth ever owner Anna Marie Erwert June 25, 2020 Updated: June 25, 2020 11:58 a.m. The coronavirus pandemic has given rise to two real estate trends. First, with working from a home indefinitely a possibility, many city residents are looking outside of San Francisco for real estate. Secondly, because shelter-in-place could be an ongoing reality, compound-style living is making a ...more

Bay Area Families Are Fueling Napa Valley’s Real Estate Market

Ellen Paris Contributor Real Estate The Napa Valley real estate market is booming with multiple offers and bidding wars. Bay area families looking to escape the realities of urban living during a pandemic are fueling the market. Listen to Compass California President Mark McLaughlin on the market dynamics. “Home has become everything to us as our schools, gyms, and workplace have been taken away. We ...more

Sprawling Bay Area mid-century estate for sale for $8.3M

Anna Marie Erwert June 17, 2020 Updated: June 17, 2020 4:05 a.m. As wealthy San Francisco buyers are reportedly in “mad rush” to leave the city amid the pandemic, many are looking to acquire a sprawling estate and ditch their Victorian homes. This mid-century property in Portola Valley on more than two and ½ acres has five bedrooms, equestrian facilities, a guest house and a pool, all for ...more


My New Normal: Compass Development West Coast Regional Director Sandra Eaton

May 28, 2020 The pandemic hit less than a year into her tenure, but Compass Development West Coast Regional Director Sandra Eaton said she and her team are still in growth mode.Among the tasks making up Eaton’s still-full schedule is hiring. Compass Development Marketing Group, a division of SoftBank-backed startup Compass, is still adding talent for current and future projects, Eaton said.Outside of work, Eaton ...more

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A Bay Area Renovation Reveals a (Practically) Brand New Eichler

By Kathryn M. – June 4, 2020 Asking $1.9M, the sunny home features a 1,000-square-foot great room grounded by a masonry block fireplace. Another renovated Eichler recently surfaced in the Bay Area. Located in San Rafael, California, 710 Penny Royal Lane was built in 1955 and recently received a top-down restoration and expansion. The result is a modern interior that accentuates the home’s original post-and-beam construction and enhances Eichler’s ...more

11 Homes on the Market Bursting with Interior Design Inspiration

April 2, 2020 Anne Giordano While the word “home” often harkens to something familiar, it can also include elements that transport you far away. This lavish abode listed in Palm Desert, California is full of regal Moroccan influences, both in its aesthetic style with ornate tiles and in the lifestyle it promotes. With a lush courtyard and two spas, this spread is all about wellness and embracing nature. ...more Logo

Midcentury Modern Mania! 7 Eichler Homes on the Market Right Now

By Claudine Zap | May 26, 2020 Fans of midcentury modern design, listen up! A few absolutely amazing Eichler homes have appeared on the market of late. These tract homes, developed by the builder Joseph Eichler, blossomed from the 1950s through the 1970s. The intent was to provide modern, affordable homes across the Bay Area and Orange County (with some rare outliers in New York). About 11,000 of these suburban homes ...more

5 San Francisco Open Houses You can Tour Virtually

Including an 1876 Victorian in the heart of the Mission By Brock Keeling@BrockKeeling  May 27, 2020, 11:32am PDT With “stay-at-home” orders in effect throughout San Francisco and the Bay Area, most open houses are out. But video, photo, and 3D virtual tours are in. Take a virtual stroll through five new listings, including a Wayne Hertzka and William Knowle-designed midcentury on the Presidio Wall, an oh-so rare ...more