February 19, 2020

In a city where dogs outnumber children, dog-friendly conveniences such as off-leash parks and pet-friendly restaurants have become selling points in some of San Francisco’s most beautiful neighborhoods. However, the struggle many pet lovers face is finding a landlord that loves their pets as much as they do.

As a relocation consultant at Move Bay Area, I regularly help individuals, couples, and families find homes with their furry (or feathery) friends. At this point, I’ve seen it all - dogs, cats, birds, and sometimes all three! However, when it came to finding a place for myself, my partner, and our two loving geriatric cats, I felt anxious about our ability to find the home of our dreams. With the rental market already daunting for the average renter, adding a pet or two into the mix ca...

January 29, 2020

If you live in San Francisco long enough, you may be lucky enough to meet someone to spend the rest of your life with. Then you might eventually have children. At some point, with a kid in first grade and a toddler in daycare, you might try hard but can’t quite find that house in a family-friendly, but still edgy enough, neighborhood in your price range. Introduce the future you to Adams Point - the neighborhood in Oakland that may be the best-kept secret you never considered.  

With a mix of tall Art Deco apartments, Craftsman and Edwardian houses, and Mission-style buildings, Adams Point is reminiscent of SF’s Noe Valley; dense and urban while still remaining a family-friendly place to live. Unlike Noe, but similar to the Richmond district in San Francisco, Adams Point is diverse in...

December 4, 2019

Rent or Buy in San Francisco? Here's our take.

December 5, 2018

Here are some of our favorite Bay Area holiday activities. Take it easy this season and have some easy, festive time with your family!