One of San Francisco’s most prominent haunted houses is up for sale–if you believe in such things, of course. What’s objectively true is that the Chambers Mansion at 2222 Sacramento Street listed this week asking the eye-popping but unsurprising sum of more than $5.74 million. The six bed, seven bath edifice is named for its … Continue reading “Haunted” Pac Heights Mansion Listed For $5.74 Million
SF’s housing market hinges on what people think about the city, and nothing informs popular opinion quite as consistently as Hollywood, which has always had a love/hate relationship with the city. That is to say, people love to make movies about San Francisco, but they hate to actually shoot here, usually substituting cheaper cities like … Continue reading Mapping San Francisco Superhero Movies
Just in time for the weekend. It was actually a Mission District condo that claimed the top spot on the Top 10 Overbid List (see below) at damn near 52% over asking (we calculate via percentage not $$), but have a look at 268 Wawona in West Portal… Listed at $2,895,000, barely a minute on … Continue reading If You Sold Your Home For $1,355,000 Over Asking, Where Would You Go? What Would You Buy?
I just had to repost this one from waaaay back. Next up, “I’m a rockstar, or wait..I’m just a Realtor”. :-)
Before you dive into this list of top 10 Overbids for the week, make sure to check this Underbid of the Decade (former residence of Nicolas Cage). Top 10 Overbids Week ending 4/5/19: Address BR/BA/Units DOM List Price Sold Price Overbid 36 Rico Way 2/2.00/ 22 $999,000 $1,575,000 57.66% 446 Hearst Avenue 1/1.00/N/A 26 $899,000 … Continue reading Overbids, $6MM Underbid, Pocket Listings, And Everything You Need For A Friday…
This 2 bed, 2 bath at 829 Oak St #B looks great right? It is actually. It’s really sweet. But it’s not selling. So what do you do when you can’t sell something for $900,000 in San Francisco? You should know this by now. You reduce the price. In this case, by half. Get out … Continue reading Hip Hayes Valley Half Pad Asking $449,500
It’s not everyday you get to sell a property where history was made (no, I haven’t posted this listing on Craigslist), and it’s definitely not everyday that you open up a wall for a remodel and find a San Francisco Examiner from August 18, 1908…and it’s totally legible! The information contained on the pages of … Continue reading Cole Valley Flat For $15; Scantily Clad Bathers Arrested; Dead Man Returns To Life – August 18, 1908
Ever wondered what $465,000 gets you in San Francisco? It gets you this…a 347 square foot studio in South Beach: That’s $1340 per square foot in case you were wondering. Happy Hump Day – you’re almost there. –201 Harrison St #108, sold $465,000 [The Goods] …Loving the hand sketched floorplan.
I had the pleasure of representing some repeat clients on their purchase of this well located and highly sought after two unit property at 1143-45 Jackson for $2,150,000. We had to go to battle, for sure, but in the end we beat out 11 other buyers (including one higher) to seal the deal. The story … Continue reading SOLD | 1143-45 Jackson | It’s a Good Story…
Sometimes, it’s not just money that gets a seller’s attention. I’ve been party to many, many a transaction in the last 15 years, and this year has been particularly busy for me (definitely not complaining). I know all the tricks to get an offer accepted when I represent buyers, and how to weed through the … Continue reading Buyers Look To Their Children’s Art & Writing Skills To Get Offers Accepted
I scoured Google and all the blogs so you don’t have to. Gotta start with the foundation… Before you can get to the top… Thanks to Jason Fang for the FAA poach and subsequent stomach turning footy… Before you can go inside… …and quite possibly the coolest thing ever is the time-lapse of the building … Continue reading The Best Of Salesforce Tower Rising | Including Time-Lapse
Just when you thought you’d seen it all…4340 Ulloa comes out with the floating stove/island/counter thingy with gas line kinda hidden going into the floor…and the little white mystery box comes with. Guess you’ll have to go see it to suss it out, and get design ideas. I mean hey! Figure out the gas line … Continue reading #Innovation
It’s that lucky green grass… San Francisco’s Top 10 Overbids Week Ending 3/17/17 Address BR/BA/Units DOM List Price Sold Price Overbid 2259 44th Avenue 2/2.00/N/A 16 $895,000 $1,250,000 39.66% 28 Harry Street 3/2.00/N/A 12 $995,000 $1,350,000 35.68% 1847 43rd Avenue 3/1.50/N/A 2 $899,000 $1,200,000 33.48% 435 West Portal Avenue 4/4.00/N/A 8 $1,695,000 $2,250,000 32.74% 1231 … Continue reading I’m Seeing Green | Maximum Overbids Of The Week
A city known for its moderate weather, steep hills, and sweeping bay views, San Francisco is a small city (by land size…only 7X7 miles and flanked by water on three sides) jam packed with culture and coolness. If you’ve ever played tourist in SF, you’re likely aware of the city’s Victorian architecture, trademark fog (named … Continue reading Moving To San Francisco | Things You Should Know | Infographic
I was in the process of compiling this week’s list of top 10 Overbids, but couldn’t help to just share this one nutty overbid with you instead…350 Jersey, in the heart-center of Noe Valley, is a “Spacious fixer-upper single-family home, circa 1941” Only in San Francisco do those words get you damn near $1500 per … Continue reading The $2,005,000 Fixer | Noe Valley
I hope you all have a great Holiday and Happy New Year. I’m checking out of the blog for the remainder of 2016. Enjoy your time with family. Eat a bunch. Ski. Surf. Sit on the beach. Laugh. Be chill. Pray for Snow. I leave you with a picture of my bad ass 75 year … Continue reading Happy Holidays From Me To You!