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5 Red Flags to Look For When Buying A Bay Area Home

Buyers from all over the world are clamoring to own a piece of Bay Area paradise. Before making an offer, buyers need to pay special attention to any red flags on the property.

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Property Spotlight: 112 Central an Exclusive Off-Market Opportunity

Spectacular Home in an Incredible Location in Burlingame

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Green Upgrades Leave Your Home Looking Great

The reasons for making home upgrades are numerous. Maybe it’s time to put it on the market, or you want to turn that new house into a home. Whatever the reason, using green tech is the way to go.

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Exceptional Education: Silicon Valley's Schools Top National Rankings

Silicon Valley is known for its role in fashioning the high-tech tools of tomorrow. But beyond corporate campuses, luxury housing and a picturesque locale, one factor may prove more attractive than any other: the schools.

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Three-Michelin-Star Restaurants in San Francisco

San Francisco’s elevated dining scene gives foodies the chance to relish sit-down, fine-dining experiences curated by some of America’s top chefs.

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How Burlingame Got Its Tree-Lined Streets

Incorporated in 1908 and located just 16 miles south of San Francisco, the quaint community of Burlingame is a beautiful tree-lined suburb with a rich and diverse history.

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Property Spotlight: 115 Occidental Avenue

Located in charming Burlingame Park, 115 Occidental Avenue is a custom-built Craftsman-style home offering a desirable blend of sophistication and comfort.

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Keep It Clean: White Kitchen Backsplashes That Are NOT Subway Tiles

When imagining a white kitchen backsplash, subway tiles might be the first thing to come to mind. These classic tiles have been in the interior design spotlight for the past few years—and it makes sense that they’re so popular.

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Design Spotlight: New Moon Table

Most of us will never make it to the moon, but that doesn’t mean we can’t bring outer space into our own homes, which may explain why celestial-inspired design is all the rage.

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