Sun Dial San Francisco

The sun dial stands within the original circular configuration where the Ingleside Race Track operated between 1895-1905, It was known to be the world’s biggest sundial when it was built, dominating a quiet cul-de-sac within the Ingleside Terraces residential...

International Relocation

Things to Consider When Moving to the U.S. For Work 1. Lifestyle changes An international move could involve a range of lifestyle changes. It’s important to carefully reflect on differences in climate, language, culture, work ethic, and quality of life when...

January Calendar of Events

MLK March & Festival in SF Dates: January 21 (parade & holiday), January 19 – 21 (related festivities) Location: San Francisco One of the annual SF Bay Area events in January is the Martin Luther King, Jr. march and festival on the MLK holiday...

Rental Seasonality

Apartment searches follow a seasonal trend, providing more abundant listings starting in January and continuing their momentum, increasing in abundance through the summer, peaking in July. Actual moves increase in March and dramatically peak in August (just prior to...

Best Holiday Lights in SF Bay Area for 2018

Illuminate SF Festival of Lights Now in its sixth year, this urban lights festival offers 37 eco-friendly displays that are all accessible by public transportation within San Francisco’s 49 square miles. Pick a neighborhood to explore and take the free guided...

Hippie Tree

There are always little known places in the San Francisco Bay Area to discover. Here is one that you possibly didn’t know about – the Hippie Swing, swaying from the Hippie Tree. First, let me tell you about the area – Tiburon. It is a lovely town...

When Relocation Clients Become Friends

I helped this family settle into their new community when they relocated from India. I found them a wonderful home that met all their specifications. It was close to BART, and walking distance to the elementary school. When they were settled into their new community,...