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Hayes Valley landmark Victorian asks $1.95 million

Once upon a time, the neighborhoods west of Van Ness were full of Italianate Victorians with boxy frames but classy facades.

Then 1906 came along, and most of those Gold Rush and post Gold Rush-era homes went the way of so much rubble and kindling. Another sacrifice to the gods of tectonic upheaval.

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City helps 2 teacher couples buy homes in SF
Two teacher couples in San Francisco have managed to do the impossible. No, not score same-day reservations at the French Laundry or walk downtown without smelling urine. Even crazier. They bought their very own single-family homes. In the city. On their meager salaries.

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VIDEO: New program helps SF teachers become homeowners
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON)—The Bay Area is an expensive place to live making it more and more difficult for teachers to afford to live in the cities they teach in. It has created a shortage of teachers in the classroom and a huge problem for the city of San Francisco. KRON4’s Hermela Aregawi reports in the video report about a new program to help these teachers become homeowners.

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francisco teacher to take advantage of the news that he backed a loan to buy a home has moved into her new digs and she tells k. c. b. s.’s making goals be she couldn’t be more grateful if anything at that single family home at play more space and we’ve ever had we had two young can now at his grave and bridget early a social worker at every middle school in the mission said it would not have been possible in the city had for the mayor’s down pena fifties loan program which helps teachers like her along with other public workers like firefighters in the past she and her teacher husband did not qualify theory we made too much money which is %hesitation area and karen disco because i mean we’ve you know can vary for grant now they’re in an outer sent a district home that was going for more than a million king still need to be worked out and there are still very stringent requirements for the program but early daschle afternoon at at the city to work here’s then it’s all been worth it i am i right where i’m i can get it in a cave very eighty l. wherever as we really line people especially people who are like from here is just now idealists k. making full speed t. c. d. investigators

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The Walk-Through: a Glen Park home
Twice a week, The Chronicle features a local home on the market that caught our eye for its architecture, history or character.Address: 181 Randall St., Glen Park, San Francisco
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S.F. housing costs drive out yet another family
In April 2012, I wrote a column about taking my eight-months-pregnant sister on Muni and the rudeness she encountered. Just one well-mannered rider out of dozens…
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How Mom and Dad can help first-time home buyers
Unless they are awash in stock options, many people trying to buy their first home in the Bay Area need help from the Bank of Mom and Dad….
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The New SF Real Estate Map Has Some Losing Hipster Cred, Gaining House Value
Danny Della Lana, who lives on the west side of San Jose Avenue in what was once considered the Mission District, had just discovered in an e-mail that the new map from the San Francisco Association of Realtors moved him into Noe Valley.
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Have you heard that the City is willing to help 1st-time home buyers through their MOH programs? My cousin is the cover girl “Melissa” in this article. I mentioned these program to her (I’m the unnamed “Realtor” mentioned in the article). This lead her to purchasing her new home (I served as her Realtor for this too). Are you a first time buyer? Let’s chat.

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