Marin Real Estate

“You can only know where you’re going, if you know where you’ve been.” So looking backwards will help us connect the dots going forward. Over the past couple of years, Marin County received some high accolades from commercial developers, institutional investors, trusts and owner users. They purchased approximately 2,055,833 square feet of class A properties…

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Marin least affordable Real estate market in nation

Least affordable markets: Marin, Santa Cruz and San Francisco are in the nation’s top five By Richard Scheinin, rscheinin@mercurynews.com Saturday, March 26, 2016 – 12:02 a.m. LARKSPUR, CA – FEBRUARY 21: A sale pending sign stands in front of a home for sale on February 21, 2013 in Larkspur, California. According to the National Association…

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San Anselmo, ranked #45 Safest town to live in.

SAN ANSELMO, CA- With snowy mountains, luscious forests, beautiful beaches, farmlands and metropolitan cities, there is no question why 39 million people call California home. Looking move somewhere within this Golden State and wondering where the safest towns are? A recent study by BackgroundCheck.org put several Bay Area towns on Top-50 Safest Cities in California….

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San Anselmo’s Roots

The quiet valley in Marin County that would eventually become San Anselmo once made up part of three Mexican land grants given to Domingo Sais, John Rogers Cooper (also known as Juan Bautista Cooper) and Timothy Murphy. The region’s transformation from bucolic to residential started with the division of Sais and Murphy’s properties after each…

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