When people find out I like cooler weather, they often suggest I move to San Francisco. Known not only for milder temperatures, but also for its city life excitement and beautiful waterfront, popular San Fran has a real estate market that is increasing in health and wealth! This is great news for sellersand our economy in general. It is also a reminder that the time to buy is now.
If you have been following my blog you are aware that the real estate market across the country is changing. There are less available properties. This change in the U.S. supply and demand has been driving prices upward in a number of cities, including San Francisco.
Below is a link to an article in the San Francisco newspaper, The Examiner, highlighting the changing apartment rental and property sales market.
Whether you want to purchase in San Francisco or elsewhere in California or Arizona, you will need to acquire financing. If the thing getting in your way of purchasing property is lack of funding, contact Source Capital! Source Capital Funding, Inc. is a direct, private hard money lender that provides hard money loans throughout California and Arizona. We lend in San Francisco and all major cities in California, including Los Angeles, San Diego, Anaheim, San Jose, Fresno, Oakland, Sacramento, Bakersfield and Riverside and also in Arizona including, Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Chandler and Glendale. If you need a private hard money lender to fund your hard money loan, Source Capital Funding wants to help you. We can be reached at 858.705.6144 or via email using our convenient online form.
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