For the past 25 years, I have been a real estate developer and shopper in San Francisco and other areas near Central California. At first, I offered cash for houses that were dilapidated. There were lots of dilapidated and outdated houses in and around San francisco. I started in areas like Chinatown and the Castro and moved to the mission district. I also own a couple of properties that are near Fisherman’s Wharf and Lombard street. The impact of covid-19 had a direct reflection on the real estate market; Many people lost their tasks and had to supply up their nice locale to live in San francisco. I found a lot of houses that I could buy for cash fast. I picked up about 30 different properties while in the time of covid and now I am working slowly to service each one of them up so I can sell them to prospective condo buyers and make a fortune. Buying and selling a condo in the village of San Francisco is a good way to make money. The housing market is always one of the most high-priced in the country with median condo prices that are higher than somewhere else. By offering cash for houses that are dilapidated, I can save a ton of money. I get in there when someone is in need of money and I try to scoop up the condo for as little as possible… Just recently I picked up a condo in the Height Ashbury district. The 3,000 square foot commercial condo was a fourth of the possible condo value.