Open Houses in San Francisco are Back !

July 22, 2021

Open Houses in San Francisco are Back !
If you see Realtors gleefully twirling and skipping through the streets , it’s because open houses in San Francisco are officially legal again. For the first time in over an entire year, it’s back to (almost) business as usual. If you’re shopping for a home, your life just got a HECK of a lot easier. If you’re a classic “looky-loo” (no shame in that game), you can once again spend weekends cruising through kitchens and baths to your HGTV-heart’s content. This is an exciting time for home buyers and agents alike- and we can’t wait to have you pop in!
 
Hot Tips: The SF real estate community has been trying to move open house hours from 2-4PM to earlier slots like 11AM – 1PM. The idea is to free up some weekend time for buyers and agents alike. So be sure to check the times carefully before you go-they can vary! As the city has opened back up and life has returned to (mostly) normal, open house rules and restrictions have, for the most part, dropped. However, masks are still the dress code du jour, so be sure to bring yours along with you for the house hunting journey! A last big update, is that the state has dropped the paperwork/waiver requirements as previously enforced for entry. No more pesky paperwork upon your arrival, means more time to focus on the ins and outs of the home itself and focusing on finding the home of your dreams!
 
If you’re looking to pop into some open houses in San Francisco this weekend, check out our property page for some great options! You know you love to look….
 
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