San Francisco real estate brokerage founders Britton Jackson, CRS & Matt Fuller, GRI, CIPS help you learn more about San Francisco real estate with our podcast. Featuring nbelievable and entertaining stories about buying and selling in SF, chats about market dynamics, real estate jargon explained and industry-leading or just plain interesting guests. We hope you enjoy this look at San Francisco real estate.
86 episodes
since May 3, 2017


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 this neighborhood, that actually began as a straight cobble stone street. But, it is not so straight anymore![01:16] Clue 3: It has long had the title of having the steepest street in San Francisco.[02:02] Clue 4: There are a few well known parks in this neighborhood. One with spectacular views of The Bay, the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and Sausalito.[02:25] Clue 5: Another park in the neighborhood is named after a poet and librarian who became a revered member of the SF literary community, Ina Coolbrith.[02:50] Clue 6: Sometimes described as a haven for artists, this neighborhood has strong ties to the literary community. There are four historical districts within its borders and both Jack London and Mark Twain lived there.[03:09] Clue 7: While you are there you can visit the SF Art Institute where you can see Diego Rivera’s murals.[03:42] Clue 8: There are great food and boutique options in this neighborhood. Examples include the Cheese Plus, the original Swensen's Ice Cream Shop, great nightlife and more.[04:19] Clue 9: It is on the North-East side of the city; with North Point St bordering the Northern end, Columbus Ave on the East, Van Ness Ave on the West and Broadway on the South.[04:40] Clue 10: This neighborhood got its name after a cemetery where people were buried on behalf of a particular foreign country.As always, tune in next time, when we reveal the answer to this week’s neighborhood!Thank you for listening. If you enjoyed this episode leave us a review on your favorite platform, tell your friends and don’t forget to join us again next week!
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