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Entries for June, 2012
The San Francisco housing market continues to heat up, as evidenced by the increasing sale prices of homes in the city. Compared to one year ago, the median price for a single-family home rose by 10.6 percent to $785,000. And, with a limited supply of homes for sale, the city has remained a seller’s market, [...]
How many of you remember this photo I shared not too long ago? Every hand in the room goes up. How many of you remember the post that went along with it, trying to give YOU first (actually second) dibs on getting this property, and having a say in final finishes and details? Every hand [...]
If you’ve been looking for a home in the Parkside neighborhood of San Francisco, I have just the one for you, 2186 33rd Ave @ Rivera ($795,000). This home has been elegantly remodeled and meticulously maintained throughout. There is a large Living Room and Formal Dining Room, which opens into a wonderful center patio with [...]
Guest post by Movoto Real Estate We all had fond memories of building with LEGOs as kids. Have you ever considered what it would take to make an entire home made out of LEGOs? We did. In fact, we actually created a LEGO calculator so that we could all type in our square footage and [...]
The latest and greatest San Francisco real estate market data, trends, sales and new listings: I send this report out every other week, so if you want to be on the list to receive it via email, just shoot me one. Happy Aloha Friday!
So I’m sitting here with these U.S. Open passes in my hand, and I’m wondering if anyone was on the fence about listing their home for sale in the next couple of weeks. Perhaps this will entice. I have room for one person to accompany me on Thursday, and another on Saturday (maybe even Sunday). [...]
Okay, so you’re not getting first dibs, as I have been showing this property to one buyer on and off for about three weeks. Since they have decided not to move forward, you get second dibs. This is a completely gutted Edwardian right on the border of Cole Valley and Ashbury Heights. The developer is [...]