Here’s another shameless plug from me… (and I’m ok with admitting I may not be your favorite San Francisco Real Estate Blogger, but just let me pretend, OK?)
Every San Francisco Realtor has to have a website and I’m no different.
My SF real estate blog is more of a hobby, and less of a “real” Realtor website. I mean, yes, it’s a presence on the web and all, but it lets me post info I think people will find interesting as well as random information that I find interesting. Some of it is related to San Francisco real estate, and some of it isn’t.
Sometimes I write posts in the middle of the night that sound brilliant when I’m writing them, and are much less so the next day when I’m reading them. And sometimes I write posts that seem boring to me, but later I find that people find them extremely interesting and useful (I swear, I’m not making that up – though the person who said that might have been blowing smoke up my butt).
I let a little more of my personality peek through in these pages. I try to let readers get to know me, who I am as a San Francisco real estate agent, and who I am as a person.
But in addition to these pages, I also have a website, www.LubaSF.com. That’s my “official” San Francisco Realtor website, as opposed to this, unofficial, sometimes filled with very random things, website.
And because I thought my old site was frankly dark and dreary, I decided to give it a facelift. So, today, without too much ado, I’ve decided to let you folks know that my new site is up and running and with most of the kinks finally worked out.
If you liked my old site, the same info is still there, and should still be just as accessible – but this one just is just sort of an “Extreme Makeover” version – it still is the same resource on the inside, but just looks shiny and has been nipped and tucked in (hopefully) the right places.
Anyhow, I hope you stop by and take a look, browse some properities, find out about buying or selling a home, sign up for Zephyr MLS Direct, Sign up for “sfnewsletter“, or just drop me a note to say “hi” and let me know what you think of the new site.
And I hope you find the revamped site useful. It’s not just an advertising tool, but a resource I hope you’ll come back to time and again for your SF real estate needs.