Are you a San Francisco Realtor with a Lake District or Sea Cliff home one of your clients would be willing to sell? Well…we just found your dream buyer: Very motivated all cash buyers looking for a SFR that meets the following requirements: -$2.5M or less -3 Beds/2 Baths+ -Around 3000 sq. ft. -Large bedrooms … Continue reading A Dream Buyer Carrying $2,500,000 Cash, Looking For A Good Home
Every so often we come across blogs that are worthy of a plug, and the Richmond District Blog is one such blog. It is well written, a good source of information, fun, and easy on the eyes (not loaded with a bunch of crap and web design mistakes). Take a look, bookmark it, and be … Continue reading What’s Happening In The Richmond District Of San Francisco
A post wherin I look at price reductions that seem to be pointless. 1. Courtesy of SF Schtuff, 1001 California St., #3 is a super lux condo in the old Hitchcockian San Francisco splendor. (MLS gallery offers house porn to die for, here.) The original price here was $7,250,000. Now it’s $6,950,000. Indeed, one could argue … Continue reading BFD Price Reductions
Four Sixty Three 16th Ave in the Central Richmond is a “fixer upper with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 3 car garage with additional sunroom, attic & huge area in garage for storage / rooms. Great potential in million dollar neighborhood!”, and it’s not just on MLS, but on the auction block for $625,000. The house … Continue reading Four Bed, Two Bath Central Richmond Home, Auction Price… $625,000!
Life is not good if you are 640 23rd Ave, and we’ll tell you why. Originally listed an eternity ago (for a home at least) back in April of 2008, this 3 bed, 2.5 bath, 1831 square foot home came on the market for $1,295,000. Price was reduced to $1,285,000 in July and it appears … Continue reading Reduce, Re-list, Repeat…640 23rd Ave is Back on Market…yet again
We’re going to get a little Web 2.1 for the moment and do something we can’t recall ever seeing anywhere on the web (please correct us if we’re wrong), and that is open up the mic to advice on a price when an offer is in hand as of moments ago. Had you seen me … Continue reading Help some clients decide on an offer (579 23rd Ave)
Where readers ask and we try to answer: 1474 17th ave was sold on 1/25 for $1mm (3000sqft duplex), but I did not see anything in MLS or any other signs of activity, nor was there any trace of it in the sfnewsletter. Was this a pocket listing? The price seems to be very reasonable, … Continue reading Ask Us: It was sold, but what’s up? (1474 17th Ave)
Having driven by this construction project on the corner of 14th Ave and Clement countless times, I finally stopped, shot, and unfortunately couldn’t roll. And now I’m forced to quit dreaming. According to the construction crew, it is going to be a synagogue, and the vertical sides perfect for a frontside air, or McTwist, will … Continue reading Church of Skate?
Another way to ensure hordes of buyers to your property, use the words, “Good Bones”. This 2 bed, 1 bath, probate at 833 26th Ave is a total fixer that listed at $679,000, minimum bid is now $896,150, after receiving 23 offers. As we said, fixers fly. This one could easily get into the mid … Continue reading “Good Bones”
Over on the sfnewsletter we have this little list we call our Stalefish ™. (Properties on the market 100+ days.) Of course there are ways around hitting our list (“Resetting the DOM to sell Stalefish”-sfgate), but generally, we’ll find them. 177 17th Ave. (TIC) is on that list, but if you take a look at a … Continue reading Fast Track to Staledom ™