It is amazing how the traffic to this site is exploding! We love it, and we’re here to help. We think we’ve illustrated that at least once, and we’re ready for more.
Recently, a reader wrote in, and we’re thinking he/she would like some help from the Stammtisch. If you have a question for our panel, just ask us.
“Hello and thanks for giving us a glimpse of the SF real estate world. I’m thinking of selling my home in Noe Valley this summer and I’m having a hard time getting a grip on the market and home pricing in this neighborhood. Price per square foot ranges widely, average prices have risen dramatically as number of sales declines. It’s easy to compare parking, views, number of bedrooms, condition, etc. Just about all houses for sale are staged and marketed similarly. Yet, using a comparative analysis, houses that seem under-priced can sit unsold and houses that seem over-priced can create a bidding frenzy. I think that I have a magnificent home on the best block in the city — but don’t all homeowners think that? How can I predict if my house has what buyers are looking for? How much of it has to do with timing or market conditions and how much of it has to do with the house and how it is presented? Thanks, A”
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