As you know, I put a lot of attention on the Overbids, as they are truly jaw dropping and it’s amazing they just keep happening all over the City for the better part of a decade. But something that often goes under the radar is a little something I used to call Stalefish, but now refer to as the 30+ club…properties on the market 30 days or more.
This is for you buyers that think everything that hits MLS is gone two weeks later, so don’t even bother checking back. Not true. Many a property you would think goes in a flash, sometimes sits and begs for a buyer just like you.
Take for example, 4261 23rd Street in Noe Valley:
a complete, down to the studs home renovation, including new foundation and seismic upgrades, and designed by renowned architects Dumican Mosey…still on the market after 31 days (an eternity in San Francisco). Priced at $3,795,000 that price is getting more negotiable by the day. Might be worth a second, or maybe first look.
Have a look also at 125 25th Ave:
You’ve seen this house, tucked off the street on 25th Ave just before you get to El Camino Del Mar, right on the edge of Sea Cliff. Originally built in 1916 as a carriage house, and now on the market for the first time in 40 years, this home may have come across your radar, then vanished…alas, it’s still sending a signal and that signal is “make me an offer”…now 59 days on the market.
How about one more? If you’ve ever been to Russian Hill, had to endlessly circle the blocks and look for parking, you’ve surely seen this building:
As luck would have it, this home, the Livermore Polk House II “is a magnificent four bedroom home designed by Willis Polk with exquisite Mission/Spanish Colonial Revival architectural details and gracious timelessness in every room.” A rare home indeed, and (unless MLS is not accurate) 147 days on the market.
All of these homes are easy to search and track on my page of The Goods, called 30+*. You can filter the page by clicking “Filters” to the left of the search bar, and search for all of the same properties I peruse every day.
If you find something you like, you can easily share it with your friends, get their opinions, go see it, the whole 9 yards. There are deals to be found, and there are usually many, many homes on the list you would have already expected to be sold. Check it out, and contact me if you have any questions.
Happy Monday to everyone. What a glorious San Francisco weekend that was, and continues to be for many of you fortunate enough to not be working today. My thoughts and well-wishes go out to all of those in Napa/Sonoma battling the fires. As for us San Franciscans wondering when our air will clear, according to the multitude of wind sites and apps I check daily, we should have some onshore flow this afternoon to blow it out…but then winds clock back around from the N/NE this evening, so expect smoke back in the City tonight and tomorrow morning.
*Are you a real estate agent wondering how to get this same information to your sphere? Here’s how: http://thegoods-sf.com (new version coming soon).
[Data of 30+ properties is deemed accurate, but not guaranteed. Information pulled for SFAR MLS and subject to agent input, which means if the agent hasn’t updated the MLS, that information is not sent to us.]