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Sunday Open Sunday

If you read Curbed SF (or any of our incestuous sibling sites) you probably like Sunday open houses. You know, a run with the dog at Crissy Field. Brunch at Zuni or maybe tea lunch at Yank Sing, and then 2PM rolls around and you're ready to peek into someone's closets. Actually just about everything now is staged otherwise it's open a door and "oops! they're still living here." The principal impediment to seamless open house enjoyment is the San Francisco Chronicle's online open house listings. They're realtor-generated, so the neighborhood identities get a little muddy, like half the houses listed as Noe Valley are disappointingly elsewhere.

So we (ahem) at Curbed SF have come to rely on the open house listings at online brokerage Movoto. The neighborhood listings are clear, there are maps! and the interface is gloriously crisp. We approve. It's also updated every few hours daily, all week. Downside: for now, only open houses harvested from the San Francisco MLS listings are available. Also, as with any web-based service, we recommend that one read the entire Terms of Use before signing up for enhanced services.
· Open Houses [Movoto]