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Always in Escrow is hosted by Colby Berchin, an award-winning South Florida Realtor, and Sarina Appel, a NYC-based publicist for amazing brands and people. Join us as we discuss everything and anything related to real estate, with guest appearances by mortgage brokers, lawyers, interior designers, and more.
 
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Finance Expert Mark Kravietz explains all about the economy, bear markets, recessions, and what that means for home buyers. If you need your regular reminder to be putting money away for retirement... he's got that too. Get on in here and learn about money! We're Sarina and Colby- a PR pro who makes things happen and a realtor with two decades of e…
 
The day has arrived- Colby is on the cover of a magazine! Palm Beach Real Producers is a magazine that is meant to connect the top sellers in the real estate market in different areas. Colby has worked so hard, and so smart, and been such a compassionate guide for families transitioning during the pandemic, he deserves every accolade that comes his…
 
Stacey Cohen, Esq. is here telling us all about the tough process of divorce. She's seen it all in her years as a family law lawyer and she's ready to help anyone through it who knows there's a better life on the other side! We never thought we'd laugh this much talking about divorce but Stacey is just the best. We're Sarina and Colby- a PR pro who…
 
In this episode our guest is Real estate broker Kevin Birmingham. He's founder and broker of Park North Real Estate and Past-President of the San Francisco Association of Realtors®. With more than 20 years’ experience, clients choose to work with Kevin for his full service, expertise and ethics. Kevin's insight on San Francisco's residential real e…
 
Riva Motorsports outfits Florida with all the big toys. Jet Skis, Boats, Motorcycles, ATVs, and of course- souped up golf carts. And the owner and operator Joe Bamdas is here to tell us everything. How did this family business get their start? What machines do they recommend for families, or for the water, or for camping? There's a million ways to …
 
Buying a home can be daunting, especially if you're worried about the condition of the place. Is the air conditioner ok? Is there mold? HOW'S THE ROOF??? We have two incredible home inspectors on the show to answer all your questions about home inspections and how you can buy with confidence, knowing your new house /condo/business is safe. We're Sa…
 
Chris Gillette - aka Gator Chris - fills us in on the dos and don'ts of alligator encounters. For instance, don't have an alligator encounter (except for a supervised one with Chris! He's a pro at keeping you and the animal safe, so you can swim with gators! Book a tour at https://www.crocodilechris.com) Also his instagram is just... it's wild. htt…
 
The one and only CATHY HELLER, queen of podcasts, talked to us today about life, love, chasing your dreams, and the weird paths life takes us on. Her positive energy will flow out of your speakers and wrap you up, brightening your day the way only CATHY HELLER can. Do yourself a favor, and it's also a favor for us for the views and such, and check …
 
Buying a home comes with all sorts of questions and allllll sorts of costs. But one place not to cut corners is insurance. Listen in on why no monthly savings is worth the risk of being under insured! Get tips on how to find out what you need, what you don't, and how to get right amount of insurance for your situation. We're Sarina and Colby- a PR …
 
Oh my sweet goodness gracious... literally what is better than a plunge into a sparkling, cool pool on a hot day? What's it take to get a pool installed? Should I buy a house with a pool or add one myself? What kind of costs are associated with having a pool? We're talking with a pool installation and maintenance veteran to try to get the answers! …
 
We're talking to the incredible Michael Gray about all things interior design. How do you make the design of your home fit who you are, what you need, and what you want out of your house? Can anyone be truly objective when it comes to their own home? We find out from the guy who knows. We're Sarina and Colby- a PR pro who makes things happen and a …
 
The short answer is... it depends! In some states it's required, in some states it's just a good idea. What do lawyers do in a real estate transaction? Do I need one in my state? We talk to a lawyer to try to find these answers for you. We're Sarina and Colby- a PR pro who makes things happen and a realtor with two decades of experience who's seen …
 
Interest rates are on the rise and if it's freaking you out then come listen to our conversation with mortgage expert David Shefsky of Foundation Mortgage. We talk about interest rates, qualifying for a mortgage, how to figure out what you can actually afford (and why that's probably not just one number!), and more. We're Sarina and Colby- a PR pro…
 
Always In Escrow with Colby Berchin and Sarina Appel is asking all the real estate questions you didn't even know to ask! Subscribe now so you don't miss a single episode where we mine the knowledge of experts across all aspects of real estate - realtors, inspectors, financers, contractors, pool experts... the list is endless.…
 
In this episode our guest is Dr. Color, Bob Buckter. He's provided home color consulting on over 23,000 homes across the world, and more than 17,000 of those are in San Francisco and San Francisco Bay Area. He's responsible for many of the bright, standout colors of some of the city’s most iconic Victorians and Edwardians. We're talking about his b…
 
In this episode our guest is Feng Shui certified trainer and real estate stager Steve Kodad. He's a former math teacher and successful basketball trainer. He has taught thousands of real estate agents, home stagers and home owners how to sell property quickly using Feng Shui. What is Feng Shui? What are the Most Common Misconceptions About Feng Shu…
 
In this episode our guest is Brett Gladstone, Of Counsel Goldstein, Gellman, Melbostad, Harris & McSparran, LLP. For the past 35 years, Brett Gladstone has focused his practice on land use entitlement matters and real estate transactions, along with condominium and subdivision law, Mr. Gladstone represents investors and developers in land-use entit…
 
In this episode we are joined by Chief Mitigation Officer for the California Earthquake Authority, Janiele Maffei. She was hired as C.E.A.'s first Chief Mitigation Officer in May 2011, and became their director of research in 2015. Currently her responsibilities include managing the California Residential Mitigation Program and that program's first…
 
In this episode we are joined by the Regional Leasing Director at Compass, Inna Rubinchik. You can find her as LeasingAgent415 on social media including her YouTube channel. Check out all of her amazing videos and photos of properties around San Francisco. These are some of the topics we cover in this episode with Inna: How it is to Work as a Real …
 
In this episode we are joined by the Director of Sales at Mighty Buildings, Natalia! Mighty Buildings makes an amazing pre-fab home product that has already been installed and is in use in the bay area, across California, and elsewhere. Pre-fab homes have a ho-hum reputation in the industry, but 3D printing and other technological advances have cha…
 
In this episode Britton and I have a very special guest joining us, one of the four original founders of Zephyr Real Estate. Zephyr is where Britton and I both started in real estate, and some of my earliest memories are of hearing war stories from This industry veteran over lunch in the break room. Our guest built Zephyr Real Estate from brand new…
 
Almost a year ago another broker, my dear friend and fellow David-in-an-industry-of-Goliath’s, Kevin Birmingham, made an off-handed comment he knew I wouldn’t be able to let go about a proposition our state trade group promoted in the 1960s. Today’s episode wraps up the three-part series that grew out of that 2020 conversation. A quick review if yo…
 
Episode 109 Panelists, listed alpha by last name: Dena Aslanian-Williams Realtor Extraordinaire. Don't let this short bio fool you, she's a phenomenal REALTOR! with Compass Real Estate at the time of publication. Kevin Birmingham Founder, Park North Real Estate A west-side San Francisco native, Kevin is a Past President (2018) of the San Francisco …
 
Join our host, San Francisco Real Estate Brokerage Co-Founder Matt Fuller, for a more honest-than-usual conversation about racism in California Real Estate with his friend, retired real estate broker, and fellow SFAR Past President, Don Saunders. The first in a three part series, we begin in 1963 and the passage of the Rumford Fair Housing Act, and…
 
Today's guest is Brett Gladstone, Esq., 62, is a San Francisco attorney and serves as an appointee of Governor Newsom on the California Architects Board. After graduating Harvard College magna cum laude, he earned a JD degree from Duke University School of Law in 1983. He has been a San Francisco real estate attorney for 36 years. After 8 years as …
 
Pictures taken by a skilled photographer can tell you more about a building than hundreds of words of description can. Today’s guest is David Eichler. David is an architectural photographer who also has a familial link to Northern California’s property market through is grandfather, Joseph Eichler. Joseph was one of the most iconic property develop…
 
What does “accessibility” really mean? Are homes that are labeled accessible really as accessible as they need to be? These are hot topics in today’s episode of Escrow Out Loud. Today’s guest is Andrew Gurza, a disability activist from Toronto. In the conversation today, Andrew talks about his own experience as a person with disabilities, the value…
 
How's the market performing during covid 19? With about five weeks of shelter-in-place, we take a look at what's happened to market activity in San Francisco. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A look at virtual tours in the real estate industry during the SF shelter-in-place directive updated March 31, 2020. The pertinent real estate guidance from that document is below: Paragraph 13 Section f Paragraph x: Service providers that enable residential transactions (including rentals, leases, and home sales), including, but not limited to, re…
 
The payment of the second installment of property taxes in San Francisco is delayed until May 4, 2020. Then we go down the rabbit hole in search of how the due dates came to be, where May 4 comes from, and what is likely to happen between now and then. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Monday, April 6, 2020 Our guest today is Kevin Birmingham, founder of Park North Real Estate, fellow SFAR past president, and all around good guy. He's also an incredibly sharp person with some of the most prescient insights into SF real estate. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Our guest today is John Ebner of Opes Advisors/Flagstar Bank. Join Matt for a discussion with mortgage industry leader John Ebner about Covid-19 and how it has changed lending for residential home buyers and borrowers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Our guest today is Dan Hershkowitz, a local well known risk management guy who often shares his opinions and thoughts on social media. He joins us today to talk about some important items to think about when transacting real estate in the era of Covid-19. All of the forms mentioned are available to licensed Realtor practitioners in the state of CA …
 
In this episode Matt explains how the hold status is being used during the Covid-19 shelter in place directive. In addition, Matt explains the mis-match between properties that are displayed on websites and apps vs what properties are actually available. Short story, shorter: Be in touch with your agent, and if you don't have one, we'd love to chat…
 
Is real estate an essential service during the mandatory shelter-in-place directive issued on March 16, 2020 in San Francisco county. Links mentioned in show: Federal Directive from DHS that is not binding (Mar 28, PDF) SF list of essential businesses and exemptions Open San Francisco city services How you can volunteer during the shelter-in-place …
 
Business as usual is CANCELED!Agents worried about damage to business. And…Some agents will use this opportunity to grow their market share and come out of it with a book of business ready to go! We cover: What happens to agent’s businesses during a slump Simple ways to work ON your business Simple ways to work… Read More The post Grow Your Busines…
 
In today’s episode of Escrow Out Loud, our San Francisco Real Estate podcast, we talk to a special guest star, who has been solidly attached to the San Francisco scene since the 1970s; can you guess who they are? [00:40] This is the first ever podcast our guest has ever been on. She is more used to 8-track tapes and cassette tapes. [01:01] Our gues…
 
In today’s episode of Escrow Out Loud, our San Francisco Real Estate podcast, we talk to Kevin Birmingham, owner of Park North Real Estate. Kevin Birmingham and Matt Fuller both started in SF real estate around the same time (a long, long time ago) and over the years an unlikely friendship has developed. Matt and Kevin served together on the Board …
 
In today’s episode of Escrow Out Loud, our San Francisco Real Estate podcast, we are talking about bridge loans with our special guest from Opes Advisers, sales manager and senior loan advisor Tracy Andreini. [00:40] A lot of people think about selling their property at this time of year. The nice thing about bridge loans is that they make it possi…
 
In today’s episode of Escrow Out Loud, our San Francisco Real Estate podcast, we have a very special guest star: our friend and client Kay. [00:44] Kay shares a little of her background with us. We also learn how she came to buy her lovely house in Burlingame almost forty years ago which was almost brand new at the time. [03:46] Other than the perf…
 
In today’s episode of Escrow Out Loud, our San Francisco Real Estate podcast, we talk real estate marketing, internet photos and buyer privacy. [00:21] People love pictures, which is why real estate marketing (at least in San Francisco) is all about photos. Everybody wants photos. Everybody also wants privacy. The problem with this is, that once so…
 
In today’s episode of Escrow Out Loud, our San Francisco Real Estate podcast, we uncover the answer to the last neighborhood riddle and continue the game with new clues! [00:21] Last round’s answer: Russian Hill. [00:50] Clue 1: The two best known features of this neighborhood are called Eureka and Noe, the two summits in the neighborhood for those…
 
In today’s episode of Escrow Out Loud, our San Francisco Real Estate podcast, we uncover the answer to the last neighborhood riddle and continue the game with new clues! [00:21] Last round’s answer: Ingleside Terraces. [00:50] Clue 1: This is one of the original seven hills of San Francisco. [00:58] Clue 2: You probably heard of a particular street…
 
In today’s episode of Escrow Out Loud, our San Francisco Real Estate podcast, we give the answer to long-awaited question, what was the neighborhood from round 4 of the Neighborhood Guessing Game? We also play round 6! [00:22] Last round’s answer: Nopa, right across the street from the Panhandle. [01:15] Clue 1: This neighborhood is famous for its …
 
In today’s episode of our San Francisco Real Estate podcast, we’re talking about a new building that popped up on 2100 Market St. [00:22] So there is a new building that popped up at the site of a former restaurant on the corner of Market, Church and 14th. From housing a market, a restaurant and then a vacant lot, this site went through a lot of di…
 
In today’s episode of Escrow Out Loud, our San Francisco Real Estate podcast, we’re playing round five of the Neighborhood Guessing Game! Controversy surrounds this neighborhood name. Where did it come from and why? And how do you properly capitalize it? Listen in! We also reveal the neighborhood from the previous round. [00:22] Last round’s answer…
 
In today’s episode of Escrow Out Loud, our San Francisco Real Estate podcast, we’re back with another round of the Neighborhood Guessing Game and reveal the neighborhood from the previous round. [00:37] Episode 80's neighborhood answer: Dogpatch [00:52] Clue 1: In celebration of Pride month, we stay on theme and for this round choose the original S…
 
In today’s episode of Escrow Out Loud, our San Francisco Real Estate podcast, we look at what the SF real estate market was like in May 2019. [00:26] What trends should buyers be aware of in the condo and single family home markets? The numbers show that under a million dollars, condos are really the only available option, barring virtually uninhab…
 
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