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Choose from the following resources that will help you locate the property you want within the budget you are most comfortable with.

Your resource to home ownership in San Francisco
http://www.sfbaywindow.com/

Browse MLS Listings
Check the latest and greatest available on the MLS today! This listing will show you everything that is on the market. From TIC's, condos, lofts, Victorians and more, it's all here for you to review.

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Calculators
Mortgage
http://realestate.yahoo.com/re/financing/
Salary
http://www.moving.com/Find_A_Place/Calculators/SalaryCalc/

TIC Information - what it is, local legislation
http://www.tic4me.com
http://www.g3mh.com/articles.htm
http://www.sfticcoalition.com/join.html
http://www.tic4me.com/announcements.htm

SF Architecture
The San Francisco Bay Area is rich with culture, produce, climates, and architecture. Take some time to familiarize yourself with the great lifestyles the Bay Area has to offer you.

Lofts
Lofts have sprouted up predominantly in the South of Market and Mission Districts of San Francisco. With the boom of the dot com era came conversion of shipyard warehouses into mezzanine level lofts and airy condos. Though they are not your traditional New York style lofts, they have become homes to many commuters from Silicon Valley to Lonely Nesters.

Victorians
"Victorian" represents any house that was built after Queen Victoria died. There are several traditional styles that are popular in and around San Francisco.

Craftsman
The Craftsman Bungalow is an all American housing style, but it has its spiritual roots in India. Native houses in the province of Bengal were called bangla or bangala. British colonists adapted these one-story thatch-roofed huts to use as summer homes. For their comfortable bangla, the British arranged dining rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, and bathrooms around central living rooms.

This efficient floor plan became the prototype for America's Craftsman Bungalows.
The first American house to be called a bungalow was designed in 1879 by William Gibbons Preston. Built at Monument Beach on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, the two-story house had the informal air of resort architecture. However, it did not express the true Bungaloid style.