Thanks for visiting the Dave's Open House!

We know that finding a home, much less getting an offer accepted, is a challenge in our persistently low inventory environment.  For this reason, we have provided a variety of resources below for your use.  Please be aware that we do not work for the seller of the open house.  We work for the buyer only.

Eventually, you will choose a buyer agent work with - naturally, we hope that you choose us to help you find a home and then get your offer accepted.  But even if you don't use us - feel free to use all the resources on the site and to reach out to ask questions (seriously, the only thing we three agents know about is real estate, and it feels good to have our expertise used). 

If you would like similar reports to the ones linked below built custom for you - an email from you specifying which neighborhood(s) you are most interested in is all that is necessary to get a permalink built for you.




The video below is Dave's take on where home prices are headed and more importantly WHEN they will get there - want to know about the timing on the bottom of the market?  It's in the video.  He's pretty smart about this stuff and we flatter him by allowing him to put videos on this landing page.

UPDATE:  Rates remain unchanged in December and the Fed has hinted at 3 rate reductions in 2024.  This will collapse the spread between the 10-year Treasury bond and the 30 year fixed mortage which will lower interest rates in excess of whatever reductions the Fed does.  This likely puts us on the 5s in 2024 and the 4s in 2025.  Everyone will be refinancing in 2026.  Some of our lenders are even offering free refis if done within a few years.

Some people are interested in "price-reduced" listings.  These are usually homes that were overpriced to start with and the seller is tired.  We often go in with bids on these and win as the seller is more malleable and we present evidence to them that the home is worth what we are offering and no more.






Here are all the homes for sale in San Francisco.  Want to refine the list (different city, specific price range, condo only or single family home only)?  Hit the REFINE RESULTS key and change the homes to whatever criteria you want. 

Better yet, become a client (that means a phone call with us - that's about it) and we'll switch you to our Zenlist Platform.  That platform has about 20% more listings than any of the national platforms - it even has COMING SOON homes (which are not on the internet yet) and the private listings (which will never be on the internet).


Here are some additional buyer resources for you - answers to many of the questions that buyers have:


5 Homebuyer Tips
Here are five tips for navigating the home buying process.
3 Financing Tips
If you are planning on buying a home using a home loan then these three tips will help you get prepared for the financing process.
Credit Score Ranges & Factors
A credit score is a number between 300–850 that depicts a consumer's creditworthiness.
Required Mortgage Documents
Every lender requires documents as part of the process of approving a mortgage loan. Here are documents you’re generally required to provide...
How to Improve Your Credit
Credit scores play a big role in determining whether you’ll qualify for a loan and what your loan terms will be.
The Home Inspection Process
After your offer gets accepted, you’ll have an inspection period. This is your opportunity to have a licensed inspector canvas the home looking for common issues prior to moving forward with the home purchase.
The Appraisal Process
Once you are under contract, your lender will send out an appraiser to verify the purchase price is in line with the property’s value. Here are the two most important things to know about the appraisal process.
Homeowners Insurance
A homeowners insurance policy will protect you against certain losses and damage to your new home and is generally required by lenders prior to closing.
How To Buy in a Tight Market
Here are five things tips that can increase your chances of getting your dream house in a competitive housing market.
Is the Buyer Pre-Approved, or Not?
When selling a home, it’s important to understand the different types of loan approvals that you will come across.