I’ve been resisting the urge to continually share the opportunities popping up in San Francisco on my new venture, PocketListings.net, but I can’t hold back. Here is a summary of what is going on “behind the scenes” in San Francisco real estate that we’re gradually bringing to center stage.
–Thirty-three hundred square feet in Pacific Heights for $2,875,000:
–A “creative buyer looking for development opportunities…flexible on property type and price.
–Three bedroom Potrero Hill Condominium For Sale, but not on MLS.
–Telegraph Hill Buyer looking to be on the East Slope, and desiring views. Price up to $2,000,000.
–One bedroom condo in Dolores Heights, very much for sale, but also “not on MLS”.
-Should you find yourself itching to move to Marin, here is a nice 4 bedroom, 4 bath home with 4 Car Parking, also “not on MLS”.
-If you want to get way the hell out of dodge, perhaps this Daytona Beach, Florida “family compound” is for you.
I could go on and on, but I’ll stop there. The moral to the story is that what you see on MLS is not close to the entire picture, AND PocketListings.net is pioneering a platform to give the buyer a voice. We plan on completing the real estate circle, if you will. Think of the countless properties that could be marketed before MLS, thousands that get withdrawn or expired from MLS, bank foreclosure inventory, and so much more. If you’re an agent, I’d encourage you to use it, and if you’re a principal, I’d encourage you to browse it, then tell your agent to join!