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An Off Market Match (Could Be) Made In Heaven…Or Pacific Heights

This is how it works in the world of “off market” real estate:

Here we have a pocket listing in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood:

Wonderful Pacific Heights Home on a tree lined street. Old World Details. Sunny back yard. Easy Walk to Union Street. 2 car garage

Here we have one buyer looking for just that:

Presidio Heights, Cow Hollow – Sqft: 3,500; My clients need a large family home with a space for a live in nanny.

…and yet another buyer looking in Pacific Heights:

Pacific Heights or Cow Hollow – Sqft: 2,500: Need a SFD in Cow Hollow or Pac. Hts. with some view. 3 BR 2.5 BA with Gdn & Pkg.
Buyer is ready to go.

…and look at that, yet another buyer looking in Pacific Heights:

Pac Heights, Lwr pacheights, Cole Valley – Sqft: 3,500: This buyer wants either newly done or remodelled, but well maintained might also work out.

Our plan is coming together perfectly. Just wait until the next version of our site, which is already in the works!



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2 thoughts on “An Off Market Match (Could Be) Made In Heaven…Or Pacific Heights”

  • JB

    August 17, 2010 at 5:49 pm

    I just came across your website. What about the MLS concerning pocket listings?

    • thefrontsteps

      August 22, 2010 at 7:56 am


      See this post in response to an angry (mis-informed, delusional, person): Letter of Distrust….


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