Just when I go ahead and claim “SF Real Estate Market Cools (sort of)“, out comes the week’s latest and greatest Top 10 Overbids:
|714 Kansas St||3/2.00/N/A||17||$849,000||$1,750,000||106.12%|
|2215 California St||2/1.50/N/A||28||$1,249,000||$1,861,000||49.00%|
|2412 Funston Ave||2/1.00/||15||$749,000||$1,085,000||44.86%|
|426 8th Ave||2/1.00/N/A||17||$849,000||$1,200,000||41.34%|
|2856 Scott St||1/1.00/3||8||$989,000||$1,333,000||34.78%|
|8 Mateo St||3/2.50/N/A||42||$1,095,000||$1,462,500||33.56%|
|1271 26th Ave||3/2.50/N/A||28||$899,000||$1,200,000||33.48%|
|1770 10th Ave||4/3.00/N/A||12||$1,595,000||$2,125,000||33.23%|
|1430 23rd Ave||3/2.50/N/A||23||$898,000||$1,190,000||32.52%|
For a complete list of recent sales in your area, get The Goods, and get educated. Wondering if any properties sell UNDER asking? They do. Here are the Top 20 Underbids. And if 10 Overbids aren’t enough to spark great dinner conversation (maybe a little gambling), have a look at the Top 20 Overbids.
I probably won’t do any blogging next week, so have a great Thanksgiving everyone!
3 thoughts on “San Francisco’s Top 10 Real Estate Overbids Of The Week”
Wow! This is the first time I have noticed your Overbid list. Incredible!
On Fri, Nov 21, 2014 at 9:55 AM, theFrontSteps.com – San Francisco Real
Adam, I’ve only been doing it for about 10 years, so it’s easy to miss. ;-)
Having grown up on the Monterey Peninsula and being very familiar with the thousand dollar a square foot home, I’ll pass on overpaying for a hundred year old teardown, riddled with section 1 work. While San Francisco may have the economic base to support those types of in insane prices – the first-time homebuyer is hard-pressed to participate in that type of hyperactive real estate market.