Pacific Heights Condo Goes 11% Under | Elevator Ensures Minimal Neighbor Contact
Last week it was this Bernal Heights home that went 20% under asking, thus claiming the podium position. The winner this week is an ultra-deluxe condo in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods on the “North End” of town, Pacific Heights. This home at 2955 Pacific has views, a deck, a formal dining room perfect for Thanksgiving (maybe a 9 lb. Turkey and 6 guests, instead of the 16 lb. Turkey you’re envisioning), and even an elevator that takes you from garage to your unit, so you never have to see your politically incorrect neighbors that love to corner you into a discussion (or lecture) about why their candidate is best suited to occupy the White House.
Listed for $4.1M and sold for $3.65, what a bargain…and those red chairs are so great…ornot.
As for the top 10 Underbid list, here you go:
|2955 Pacific Avenue||3/2/1||$4,100,000||$3,650,000||-10.98 %|
|622-626 Buchanan Street||2-4 Units||$1,399,000||$1,250,000||-10.65 %|
|3283 25th Street||2-4 Units||$1,788,000||$1,615,000||-9.68 %|
|765 Market Street||1/1.5/0||$1,550,000||$1,415,000||-8.71 %|
|2340 29th Avenue||4/2/3||$1,299,000||$1,190,000||-8.39 %|
|265 Minerva Street||2/1/1||$699,999||$659,000||-5.86 %|
|570-572 6th Avenue||2-4 Units||$1,800,000||$1,700,000||-5.56 %|
|1052 Rhode Island Street||3/1/1||$899,000||$850,000||-5.45 %|
|313 2nd Avenue||2/1/1||$789,000||$749,000||-5.07 %|
|886 30th Avenue||2/2.5/1||$1,450,000||$1,380,000||-4.83 %|
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(Keep in mind the properties we feature go into contract, usually have an escrow period, then close…When we post that a property “goes” we’re referring to the day it actually is SOLD, not the day it goes into contract.)
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