We’re Loving Your Backside!


Dear 134 16th Ave, We have had our eyes on you for quite some time and are heart broken to see you must go. We must tell you, it’s not your frontside that originally grabbed our attention. Yes, your frontside is nice and you’re very attractive upon first glance. We’re also aware that you have … Continue reading We’re Loving Your Backside!

Vultures, Commence Your Circling


  Well, all, few and far between are homes we can look at and positively say: That’d be a good investment. Yet here is one, that frankly, given the size and location, has to be just that. The downside– yes, sorry, these days there simply has to be one- is that this could be a … Continue reading Vultures, Commence Your Circling

Letter to the Editor: “$2+ million on 22nd between Valencia and Guerrero (3373 22nd St)” and some East Bay insight


Part 1: We noticed it [3373 22nd Street] hadn’t had a Sunday open in a while, but rather than a pending or sold sign outside – we noticed the sign was just gone yesterday. It isn’t on the public mls as in contract – it just isn’t there. You know the scoop? We are dying … Continue reading Letter to the Editor: “$2+ million on 22nd between Valencia and Guerrero (3373 22nd St)” and some East Bay insight

Short Sale at 1671 Bush, and we’re giving back!


To the untrained eye, 1671 Bush St. is nothing more than a “spacious, elegant Victorian flat priced well below market comparables”, but to the wizards behind theFrontSteps …it is an approved short sale, so time is of the essence, and we would like to sell as soon as possible. We are offering 4% commission to … Continue reading Short Sale at 1671 Bush, and we’re giving back!

When the Price is Right


Before you haul off and shoot the messenger, this is one of many emails we receive on a daily basis. We’ve tried to tone the cheerleading down a bit, but when it keeps on coming from other sources (not Realtors) it’s kind of hard to pass up. So… Awesome places that are priced right continue … Continue reading When the Price is Right

“Beautifully Restored Victorians” seem to be all the rage (2872 Pine)


Since we’re on the subject of beautifully restored 3 bed, 3.5 bath Victorians in Lower Pacific Heights selling in a heart beat for over $1000/square foot, why not take a look at another beautifully restored Victorian 3 bed, 3.5 bath in Lower Pacific Heights, selling almost as quickly, just around the corner, and on one … Continue reading “Beautifully Restored Victorians” seem to be all the rage (2872 Pine)

Tanking Market? Come Again? “That’s what she said” (1705 Broderick)


She being 1705 Broderick, a 3 bed, 3.5 bath, single family home in Lower Pacific Heights, and the pun being that she just came on the market 10/03/07 for $2,450,000 and just sold for $2,800,000. For the mathematically challenged (that includes us) that is $350,000 above asking (14.29%), a staggering month on the market (MLS … Continue reading Tanking Market? Come Again? “That’s what she said” (1705 Broderick)