“This property [3809 Clay, a 3 bed, 3 bath in Presidio Heights] sold about three years ago (neighborhood rumor) to an agent, who modernized it then flipped [it] for around 1.4… note what it is listed for now. What do you think? We are aghast.” Well…I don’t like rumors, so I did a little digging, … Continue reading The neighbors are “aghast”! (3809 Clay)
The Fairmont Heritage Place at Ghirardelli Square is a very interesting development and fractional ownership opportunity. The location is top notch (could get a little annoying with all the tourists milling about though), the views from the upper units will be incredible (think 4th of July), and the amenities, services, and nearby attractions should keep … Continue reading Inside the Fairmont Heritage Place Ghirardelli Square
It’s another one of those damn “non-disclosure agreements” that is going to spoil our ability to accurately track sales around the city in real time for homes, and especially trophy properties. Yes indeed, 1771 North Point is scheduled to close escrow tomorrow (July 13th, 2007), and they’re not sharing the price. Oh well…it sold, and … Continue reading 1771 North Point: A done deal…and no price! :-(
How this one slipped through the cracks we’ll never know, but we thought you’d like to see a nice before and after of 838 46th Ave., and get a little scoop. Then help us decide if it sold $65,000 over, $35,000 under, or $1000 over. Before: After: Scoop: Originally listed in January for $1,395,000 this … Continue reading $1.46MM on 46th Avenue: $65,000 over, $35,000 under, or $1000 over?
The money Realtor quote, “We just sold this dump for $125,000 over asking price! Imagine what your property is worth!” That dump was “built in 1909 and completed in 1910 for $750”, came on the market for $400,000 (memory tells me it was actually $399k), and sold for $524,500. In case you missed the article … Continue reading 149 Mangels, the $524,000 “dump” that slid away…no fault of the property.
We won’t even come close to taking credit for this catch. All credit goes to “boomtime”, who, if he/she would like, definitely has a seat at the Stammtisch. “1771 North Point is in contract after 2 weeks on the market for public showing! Wagers? I guess $4.65 mil.”[asking $4,995,000] –MLS Statement –1771 North Point, a … Continue reading “boomtime” on 1771 Northpoint…an update