Price it for a Competitive Market The real estate market in Northern California is seeing varying activity depending on the counties, cities, neighborhoods and homes. This issue of Market Watch is a strong indicator of this shifting dynamic. Competitively-priced homes in any range are expected to sell steadily and swiftly, and properties under $750K are … » Learn More about Price it for a Competitive Market
THE FRANK CASTALDINI GROUP: With a proven track record, the right skills and years of experience; your trusted advisors at The Frank Castaldini Group are committed to making your real estate experience an enjoyable success. We are all about our client’s and care about their needs first and foremost. Our strong relationships with expert professionals in all aspects of real estate such as; mortgage lenders, attorneys, contractors, title companies, architects, accountants, and insurance agents, together we will support you every step of the way. We love what we do and we love making the experience fun for our clients. Who you work with in today’s market matters.
Northern California had a strong start to the Spring home buying season notwithstanding low inventory. The housing market continues to experience an abundance of buyers, and in most cases, multiple offers on reasonably priced listings. New listings continue to come on the market, but not at a rate that meets buyer demand. According to the … » Learn More about Northern California Starts Spring Homebuying Season Strong
Frank Castaldini Group Client Appreciation Event at Baby Blues BBQ in Bernal Heights
San Francisco is famous for it's unique neighborhoods. You can explore them here or call us for an insiders guide. We can help find the perfect place for you to call home.
Bernal Heights is an amazing neighborhood in San Francisco, where it has been my privilege to help find and sell homes for so many people who have grown near and dear to my heart. If you are not familiar with Bernal Heights, imagine living right in the heart of one of the best cities in the ... » Learn More about Bernal Heights
Noe Valley is a neighborhood of contradictions. It's home to both liberals and conservatives, it has attracted the working class, dot.com millionaires, Hollywood film crews ("Sister Act," "Nash Bridges"), and, in the 1970s, followers of controversial Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Recent ... » Learn More about Noe Valley
The Castro district is a world-renowned neighborhood that played an integral part in the modern gay rights movement. While the San Francisco multiple listing service refers to the neighborhood as “Eureka Valley”, the world knows and loves it as The Castro, the heart of San Francisco. The ... » Learn More about The Castro
Stroll along the Mission's wide avenues and you'll be struck by the profusion of taquerias, pupuserias, produce markets, Salvadoran bakeries, salon de bellezas (beauty salons), auto-repair shops and check-cashing centers that post rates for wiring money to Guatemala and Nicaragua -- all evidence of ... » Learn More about Mission Dolores
This elegant neighborhood embodies Hollywood's vision of San Francisco, and its blocks of Victorian mansions and its Breath taking views of the Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge make the area a perennial favorite with visitors to the city. San Francisco locals tend to be a bit more cynical about the ... » Learn More about Pacific Heights
South of Market is a huge district, sprawling from the Embarcadero to Eleventh Street, between Market and Townsend. The neighborhood is a patchwork of warehouses, swanky nightspots, residential hotels, art spaces, loft apartments, furniture showrooms and the tenacious Internet companies that ... » Learn More about SOMA
Glen Park is one of the southernmost neighborhoods in San Francisco but it is, just south of Noe Valley. Depending on where you are in this lovely San Francisco neighborhood, you may have spectacular views of either the Southern Hills to the south or the downtown skyline to the north. The ... » Learn More about Glen Park
On Potrero Hill, you can relax in brilliant sunshine while watching fog engulf the rest of the city. Bounded roughly by 16th, Third and Cesar Chavez streets and Potrero Avenue, the neighborhood is relatively isolated by freeways and large tracts of industrial landscape, giving Potrero Hill its own ... » Learn More about Potrero Hill
“Professional. Superior service. Sense of urgency. Knows the San Francisco market. Fun. These are just some of the positive words I would use to describe Frank and his team. We had a tight deadline to sell our house. Like “find a mover on Friday before Memorial Day, pack all weekend to move on the following Tuesday”. Frank calmly used his contacts to work through this and all the other curve-balls we sent his way. From the photographer, to social media, to the communication, everything was done smoothly and professionally. He enjoys his business and getting the best value for sellers or the best deal for their buyers. They made a very stressful time much, much easier.”