San Francisco

What RH or Single family zoning means for a property in San Francisco?

UPDATES! RH are residential house districts are intended to recognize, protect, conserve and enhance areas characterized by dwellings in the form of houses, usually with one, two or three units with separate entrances, and limited scale in terms of building width and height. Such areas tend to have similarity of building styles and predominantly contain large units suitable for family occupancy, considerable open space, and limited nonresidential uses. The RH Districts are composed of five separate classes of districts.


Maher Ordinance and its impact

Many real estate properties in San Francisco have to follow the Maher Ordinance regulation requirements before making any improvements on the site. Here is what you need to know about this regulation.

California SB-9

What is ministerial approval process or streamline permit process?

The ministerial approval process or also called "as of right" permitting is the most favorite permitting process for a home owner or a developer who wants to get the entitlements for their project. This is the fastest way to get plans approved by the city because the review process is streamlined.


Zoning Analysis adds value to Realtors' services and real estate properties

Learn about Zoning Analysis and how it Realtors and sellers add value to a property and expand their pool of buyers.

California SB-10

How SB-10 applies to properties in San Diego county

San Diego county, after successfully implemented California Senate Bill 9 (SB-9), now they're in the process of adopting Senate Bill or SB-10 which permits up to 10 unit development building on any parcel regardless the existing density limit as long as the new building includes also affordable units.