One Central Resource Guide for San Francisco Homeowners

montclair-street-cropped.jpgWant to know more about sidewalk repair? What to do about barking dogs? Confused about who’s responsible for repairing the fence between your backyard and your neighbor’s? Aren’t sure if you need a permit to remodel your bathroom? The answers to all these questions and many more can be found on a very informative and very unique site, created by the San Francisco Association of REALTORS®.

This web site for San Francisco homeowners, www.sfbaywindow.com contains more than 130 articles on subjects important to owners. From “Adding a Room” to “Zoning Districts,” it’s all there, making the site the most robust resource guide for San Francisco homeowners on the web.

Topics are separated into three easy-to-navigate sub-headings: Your House, Your Neighborhood and Your City.

In addition, the site contains a fourth, separate category—Your Government—which provides descriptions of legislative proposals and ballot measures affecting the interests of property owners at the local, State and federal levels. Keep in mind though, that the web site was created by the San Francisco Association of REALTORS®, and the “political point-of-view” expressed may be different than that belonging to yours truly.

Feel free to bookmark the site to your “Favorites” and visit regularly for information on how to make homeownership and living in San Francisco even more rewarding!

Luba