San Francisco New Developments And Luxury High Rise Condominiums


A Look At Some New Developments Popping Up Around Town San Francisco median home sales prices have increased dramatically since 2012. Beginning from a low-$600k with an average price per sqft of mid-$500, and then accelerating in the first half of 2013 close to $800k with an average price of mid-$600 per sq ft, to … Continue reading San Francisco New Developments And Luxury High Rise Condominiums

30 Days Later, Property Resells For $101,000 More


This is for those of you that just fought your way into contract, closed, and are now wondering, “Will I ever make my money back?” A good friend and colleague of mine recently (just this March) represented her buyers in the purchase of this awesome top floor penthouse at 2200 Market #502. They closed for … Continue reading 30 Days Later, Property Resells For $101,000 More

That Crooked House On The Corner Of Guerrero And 14th Is For Sale – 203 Guerrero


In case you’ve driven/ridden by this place and thought you’d like to have a look inside, it’s your lucky day – 203 Guerrero just hit the market, and it’s pretty damn sweet. Modern to the core, and a perfect place to see and be seen (if you’re into that type of thing), this stunner of … Continue reading That Crooked House On The Corner Of Guerrero And 14th Is For Sale – 203 Guerrero

Ghosts of Sunset Past: The Moss Flats


Imagine an Outer Sunset made up entirely of sand dunes, streetcars repurposed as oceanfront homes and clubhouses, bohemians having all-night parties that include midnight swims in the icy Pacific and this: Charles Depew, late of Saginaw, Michigan, built 1626 Great Highway in 1908, minus an architect but likely inspired by Bernard Maybeck. The three-flat building, … Continue reading Ghosts of Sunset Past: The Moss Flats

From Vacant Lot To Contemporary Home In Eight Short Months: 2192 Funston Ave


What was… Is now… But not yet… Look for this to hit MLS any day, unless someone goes and knocks the seller’s socks off with a big time offer between now and this weekend. Sold in May of 2012 for $489,000 as a “Great opportunity for a developer to build a stunning 4 bedroom, 3.5 … Continue reading From Vacant Lot To Contemporary Home In Eight Short Months: 2192 Funston Ave

Millennium Tower, San Francisco California, “Top 10 Residential Buildings In The World”


There’s been a lot said from yours truly about Millennium Tower in the past. I’ve watched her grow and shared my stories and photos with all of you over the years. Millennium Tower was erected, sold like hotcakes during the pre 2009 boom, sold not like hotcakes during the bust…but she’s back, and buyers are … Continue reading Millennium Tower, San Francisco California, “Top 10 Residential Buildings In The World”

22 Loyola Terrace: A Single Family, NOPA Alternative With Real Big Views For $1,095,000


Have aspirations to live in the oh so hip NOPA district of San Francisco? Been searching for a single family home in NOPA, but just can’t afford one? You’re in luck, as thankfully San Francisco always has an alternative for you, and 22 Loyola Terrace is no exception. Technically mapped in San Francisco’s Lone Mountain … Continue reading 22 Loyola Terrace: A Single Family, NOPA Alternative With Real Big Views For $1,095,000

From The Front You Might Consider It A Duck…369 Upper Terrace


My golden rule in real estate sales and searching for the right home…unless the front of the home is actually drop dead fantastic and the best selling feature, take a “drive by” with a grain of salt. Case in point, 369 Upper Terrace: From the front, it’s a bit of a duck, but on the … Continue reading From The Front You Might Consider It A Duck…369 Upper Terrace