Real Estate Updates Monthly Newsletter
April 25, 2020 Source: RebeccaHoffman.com
Real Estate Updates with Rebecca Hoffman
April 25, 2020
Honoring Our Frontline Workers
Tony Bennett to lead
'I Left My Heart In San Francisco'
Saturday, April 25 at noon
Tony Bennett is asking Bay Area residents to come together for a mass singalong to his signature tune, “I Left My Heart in San Francisco,” at noon on Saturday, April 25, in honor of the frontline workers engaged in responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
The 93-year-old crooner announced his support for the public chorus, an idea dreamed up by San Francisco’s Chief of Protocol Charlotte Mailliard Shultz, on Monday, April 20, saying, “San Francisco has been in my heart for over 50 years.”
“I am so proud and impressed with how the city by the Bay has continued to ‘bend the curve’ during the COVID-19 crisis and serve as an inspiration to the world of how together and alone we can make a difference,”
Market Watch Districts 1-10 Data
If you are a buyer holding cash waiting for an opportunity, the time you've been waiting for is now!
If you are a seller, there is no better time to be strategic and extremely accurate in pricing. We expect to have a Buyers' Market and a deferred Spring Market.
When Shelter in Place is relaxed, we expect the homes under $3M to sell at or above asking price, up to $10M to sell 10%-15% under asking price, and houses over $10M to sell 10%-20% or more under asking price.
Public-Facing Coming Soon Changes
On May 1, Coming Soon will disappear from my website because of NAR Clear Channel rules. I can share Private Exclusive Listings and Coming Soon Listings with you as an individual. Reach out, let's make sure you get what you want in San Francisco Real Estate.
Give Yourself an Art Gift
Peter Schjeldahl has been the art critic for The New Yorker since 1998. Prior to that, he wrote art criticism for Seven Days and the Village Voice. A poet as well as a critic, he was the recipient of the 2008 Clark Prize for Excellence in Art Writing. He lives in New York City.
Green Apple is a local bookseller.
'That Discomfort You're Feeling is Grief'
After reading this article in the Harvard Business Review, I felt better because I could identify grief and anxiety. As Mr. Rogers said, "If you can mention it, you can manage it."
"It would be foolish to disguise the gravity of the hour. It would still be more foolish to lose heart and courage."