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No Electrical, But You Get Plywood For Windows…And $339,000 Over List

No Electrical, But You Get Plywood For Windows…And $339,000 Over List

As I sit here on a short lived break from showing my incredibly popular Outer Richmond listing, and consoling my buyers, who just lost out on 2319 47th Ave to an (apparently) $1,200,000 pre-emptive offer, I got to wondering…what’s it take to be the Maximum Overbid these days.
Apparently, all it takes is some plywood in the windows, and the most attractive of descriptions:

This home has no electricity and needs major work. All cash sale needed due to condition of property. No electrical…

100florentineside
Epic!
100 Florentine, Crocker Amazon
There is a lot of talk of the San Francisco market having cooled. Maybe in some parts of town, but definitely not the Outer Avenues, and other parts of town where you can still get a single family under $1.5M. Buy those single family homes, charming condos, and well located multi-unit buildings while you can, because if the recent sales in San Francisco featured on The Goods are any indication, San Francisco is still firing on all cylinders.
Have a great weekend. Skiing should be very nice. Surf…not so much. In SF anyway.
652 44th Ave, $1,195,000 [theFrontSteps listing]
100 Florentine [the Goods]
Top 20 Overbids [the Goods]


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