It's Always The Fixers That Win | Plus Crystal Ball Forecast


It’s true, in San Francisco the craziest overbids most often go to the fixers. Why? Not because these homes are any better than most, simply because they are typically priced much lower than their peers, and that attracts contractors, developers, and dreamers alike who ultimately drive the price way over asking, but not necessarily into … Continue reading It's Always The Fixers That Win | Plus Crystal Ball Forecast

Richmond / Sunset Real Estate Market Snapshot Is Here


If you live in this area, or aspire to, following us for this information will make you wiser, stronger, better looking, and better suited for life in the Avenues. Or it’ll just help you understand what’s going on in the real estate market. ;-) Before we get to the detailed information about what is available, … Continue reading Richmond / Sunset Real Estate Market Snapshot Is Here

San Francisco Real Estate Market Recap 2019


We finally had a chance to sit down and edit our 2019 San Francisco Real Estate Market Recap. In this issue we share important market trends and strategy to buy and sell real estate in San Francisco. You can find the full report right here. It has a lot of great insight as to our … Continue reading San Francisco Real Estate Market Recap 2019

For Sale | The Ritz-Carlton Residence 1701 | $1,385,000


We’ll be putting this beauty on the market very soon, but as always, our readers get a sneak peek. Welcome to The Ritz-Carlton Residence 1701: sophistication and comfort in a convenient Downtown / Financial District / Union Square location.

Sunset House Gets Over $1500 per Square Foot


Ridiculously low pricing aside, this week’s Maximum Overbid goes to 1938 35th Ave, a Sunset District home listed for $895,000 and sold for $1,238,000. Forget about the overbid, because that’s not an indication of anything in this situation except low asking price, but have a look at the sales price per square foot – $1547. … Continue reading Sunset House Gets Over $1500 per Square Foot

San Francisco's Top 10 Overbids of the New Decade


Welcome to the first top 10 list of Overbids for 2020 in San Francisco. Are we going to be doing this for another decade? It seems we’ve been talking overbids forever, at least since 2004 when a home on 38th Ave listed for $598,000 and sold for $738,000…it still hasn’t changed hands again according to … Continue reading San Francisco's Top 10 Overbids of the New Decade