For the past 25 years, I have been a real estate developer and customer 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 old 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 provide up their nice place to live in San francisco. I found a lot of houses that I could buy for cash fast. I picked up about 30 uncommon properties during the time of covid and now I am laboring slowly to repair each one of them so I can sell them to prospective home buyers and make a fortune. Buying and selling a household in the neighborhood of San Francisco is a fantastic way to make money. The housing market is consistently one of the most luxurious in the country with median home prices that are higher than anywhere 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 household for as little as possible, and just recently I picked up a household in the Height Ashbury district. The 3,000 square foot commercial household was a sixth of the possible household value.