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Launch of Compass Collections on CNBC March 2, 2017
Robert Reffkin recently spoke about the launch of Collections on Squawk Box. Watch as he details how this real-time listings workspace is streamlining how we can now work together. Compass Collections is a smarter way to find a home you’ll love!
We are up and running with this new tool and learning along side our clients that have adopted it as well. We are able to save homes from searches to a collection and collaborate with our clients with in Compass Collections on each property. Clients have added spouses, friends and other family members to collaborate with us as well.
This week Compass Collections also launched on the Compass App for mobile devices, now this game-changing tool works on desktop computers and on mobile devices.
Receive automated updates about homes in real time. Our sellers are also using Compass Collections to monitor homes near their property, keeping an eye on competitive properties on the market.
Lets start collecting! Create or log in to your account from your computer or Compass app. Start a home search and tap the star on any listing to save it to a collection. Invite us to join your collection, so we can send you hand-selected homes! Or, let us know if you would like to meet to go over Compass Collections together.
Todd Wiley, Kim Wiley, The Wiley Team
Compass Collections March 1, 2017
Ask us about Compass Collections — real estate’s only visual workspace. Built by @Compass, this new tool streamlines the house hunt. Contact us today for a collection of hand-selected homes!
Organize – Keep track of the homes you like and save them in one place.
Collaborate – Invite your spouse, parents or friends to join in your search.
Discuss – Share comments about the homes so all communication is centralized with in Compass Collections.
Monitor – Receive automated price and status updates about the homes in real time.
Compass Collections is a visual workspace where we can easily organize the homes you want to see and discuss them together.
Contact us to start using Compass Collections.
Gorgeous Mission District Home Still Available February 16, 2017
Gorgeous Mission District Home Still Available
Open only on Saturday this weekend from 1:00 to 4:00, come take a look!
A rare opportunity to own a large 3-level Mission District home, featuring 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, 2 family rooms, a large roof deck and fantastic rear yard. From the studs out on a new foundation; opened up and reimagined, this home offers smart, well designed enhancements with elegant finishes. Entering the property you’ll notice a custom light fixture featuring Victorian glass. The kitchen has locally made Heath tile, quartzite and Caesarstone countertops, walnut cabinets and unique custom made light fixtures. The master bath boasts locally made and sustainable Fireclay tiles with limestone countertops. It’s apparent the moment you step foot inside the home that the developer’s attention to detail sets this home apart.
If it’s more room, a fantastic location, or a large beautifully landscaped yard, or simply being steps to many fine restaurants, a vibrant nightlife and access to downtown; few homes offer as much making 2339 Bryant Street the Mission District home you’ve been waiting for!
About the Mission District:
If you like city living and true diversity, the Mission is certainly worth a look, offering a unique variety of both cultures and property types. Single family homes from the Victorian era through the 1940s are in abundance, as are multi-unit buildings and condos. Many buildings left from the Mission’s industrial peak are now enviable loft residences. The Mission enjoys some of the best weather in the city, frequently bathed in sunshine while the rest of the city is shrugging off fog. People of all ages, backgrounds and ethnicities call the neighborhood home. There are dining and entertainment destinations for every budget and taste. Mission Street has a collection of shops reflective of the area’s diversity. 24th Street between Potrero Avenue and Mission is a vibrant retail area with many Hispanic bakeries and restaurants, newer hot spots, and services for urban living, like hardware stores and dry cleaning. The Valencia corridor is known for its innovative restaurants and eclectic shops. In the evening, people come from all over the city to enjoy the neighborhood’s offerings. The Mission boasts culinary delights from around the world. Take in a show at one of the independent theaters, see a movie or live band, socialize over high end cocktails or grab a beer at one of the local dives. This is one of the city’s most walkable and bikeable neighborhoods; its centrality eases transit for commuters, whether you rely on public transit or travel by car. Laid back, artsy, Latin, active and with a bit of a rebellious streak, the Mission has something for everyone.
View this beautiful Mission District Home at: www.bryantstreetbeauty.com
View a 3D Virtual Tour here: 3D Tour of 2339 Bryant Street
Todd Wiley, Kim Wiley, The Wiley Team