Tagged : Marin Relocation

Found 3 blog entries tagged as "Marin Relocation".

I'm delighted to announce that Realtor Lorraine Watkins has joined our modern real estate family!

A full-time licensed Realtor since 2001, Lorraine has called Marin County home since 1997 when she moved to the Marin Country Club area in Novato with her husband and son.   She joins us from a local real estate brokerage where she built a strong track record of success assisting both buyers & sellers (including many corporate and residential relocation clients) with their real estate needs throughout Marin County.

Welcome Lorraine!

RENEE ADELMANN, Realtor & Owner

Marin Modern Real Estate

 

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33 North, San Rafael CA 94903 - Investors Save a Failed Project

33 North, San Rafael an 82 Unit Luxury Condo complex, was built with the intention of selling off the units. Located just off the North San Pedro exit, conveniently located for SF commuters, has just been purchased by investors who will offer the units for rent.

Marin needs more rentals.  I currently have several clients relocating to Marin and looking for 6-12 month rental while they search for a property to buy.

Several months ago, while on tour, I received a call from a real estate investor about this project. He was calling local realtors to gather information about the resale and rental market to see if the purchase made sense. I never heard from him after that

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Some of the latest buzz around the Bay is the news that San Francisco will play host to the world's premier sailing event, the 2013 America's Cup.  While this is noteworthy for the area's yacht clubs and sailors, they certainly don't have exclusive rights to the action.  Yachtsmen and landlubbers alike will share in the excitement when the 34th America's Cup sails into the Bay.

Marin County residents will have front-row seats for the competition and all the events leading up to it.  The proposed race route skirts the San Francisco shoreline past South Beach, Russian Hill and the Marina, before turning north and sailing under the Golden Gate Bridge, then east toward Sausalito and the Tiburon Peninsula.  With a backdrop of the San Francisco skyline,

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