Mark Probst

Welcome

2013 was a good year for home owners in the City as property values continued their upward trend. Buyer demand continued to fuel the market and by mid year the median price for a single family home was back over one million dollars. In 2014 we continue to see highly motivated, well-qualified buyers driving the market. As inventory steadily increases, a spike in interest rates could make for a busy first half.

Welcome

2013 was a good year for home owners in the City as property values continued their upward trend. Buyer demand continued to fuel the market and by mid year the median price for a single family home was back over one million dollars. In 2014 we continue to see highly motivated, well-qualified buyers driving the market. As inventory steadily increases, a spike in interest rates could make for a busy first half.

Welcome

2013 was a good year for home owners in the City as property values continued their upward trend. Buyer demand continued to fuel the market and by mid year the median price for a single family home was back over one million dollars. In 2014 we continue to see highly motivated, well-qualified buyers driving the market. As inventory steadily increases, a spike in interest rates could make for a busy first half.

Welcome

2013 was a good year for home owners in the City as property values continued their upward trend. Buyer demand continued to fuel the market and by mid year the median price for a single family home was back over one million dollars. In 2014 we continue to see highly motivated, well-qualified buyers driving the market. As inventory steadily increases, a spike in interest rates could make for a busy first half.

Welcome

2013 was a good year for home owners in the City as property values continued their upward trend. Buyer demand continued to fuel the market and by mid year the median price for a single family home was back over one million dollars. In 2014 we continue to see highly motivated, well-qualified buyers driving the market. As inventory steadily increases, a spike in interest rates could make for a busy first half.

Welcome

2013 was a good year for home owners in the City as property values continued their upward trend. Buyer demand continued to fuel the market and by mid year the median price for a single family home was back over one million dollars. In 2014 we continue to see highly motivated, well-qualified buyers driving the market. As inventory steadily increases, a spike in interest rates could make for a busy first half.


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Cell: 415-999-0969
mark@markprobst.com

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