Before you dive into the Overbid list and let your mind wander into a land where $1,000,000 buys you a house on a lake with pool and a boat (and pool boy or girl), only to be stopped by the haunting suspicion “I’ve seen that before”, we must shed some light on how we pull the data on this list. We go back 7 days from today. And since we were late publishing our top 10 list of last Friday (we published on Monday of this week), 1782 27th Ave still holds the top stop. It’s a cool house, but not cool enough to remain #1. So disregard it for this week.
San Francisco’s Top 10 Overbids week ending 5/120/19…enjoy.
|1782 27th Avenue||4/2.25/N/A||15||$1,195,000||$1,705,000||42.68%|
|185 Seville Street||4/2.00/N/A||12||$998,000||$1,258,000||26.05%|
|1449 10th Avenue||3/3.50/N/A||13||$1,995,000||$2,500,000||25.31%|
|877 Treat Avenue||3/2.00/N/A||9||$1,495,000||$1,850,000||23.75%|
|2414 Funston Avenue||2/1.00/||15||$1,095,000||$1,325,000||21.00%|
|1060 Brussels Street||2/1.00/N/A||18||$998,888||$1,205,000||20.63%|
|527 43rd Avenue 529||2-4 Units||5||$1,950,000||$2,300,000||17.95%|
|333 Magellan Avenue||4/4.00/N/A||0||$1,900,000||$2,200,000||15.79%|
Now then, if you’d like to dig into data and timelines a bit more on your own, you can do so at theGoods-sf.com/theFrontSteps, find the top 20 Overbids, Underbids, etc., and then “Filter” by number of days to get a 14 day or less tally. Pretty cool, eh? Yeah, it’s definitely cool enough to bide the time in the last few hours of your work week, watching the clock, waiting to punch out of work time and into Tequila time.
Happy Aloha Friday!