It’s the house that had not only a hoarder, but a mummified corpse father of said hoarder that takes top honors this week. Originally listed for $928,000, 152 4th Ave buyers jumped at this house, put it in contract for $1,029,500, and sent it to court for overbids. With the hoarding daughter hospitalized and hopefully … Continue reading Maximum Overbid Of The Week | “Corpse House” Wins | HazMat Suit Sold Separately
What more can you say…the marketing remarks for 218 27th Ave say it all, “Contractors Special with Bay View from front steps. 25X120 lot; occupancy classification R3 per 3R Report; Zoning District per 3R Report RM1; This is an AS IS sale. Bring your contractors and hard hats. Laundry and 3rd bedroom is not warranted.” … Continue reading Maximum Overbid Of The Week| 80% Over Off Lake
httpv://youtu.be/pFKCwWS-Xis This property is located at the end (or beginning) of 18th Ave in San Francisco. It can be yours for $3,995,000, and I’d be happy to get you a tour. –5 beds, 3.75 baths, 5700 square feet, $3,995,000 [MLS]
Are you, or any of your friends, looking for a single family home in Noe or Cole Valleys (or anywhere in San Francisco for that matter)? Are you getting beat out by multiple offers in the over million dollar price range ($1.5M+), and showing up late to the party? Is your Realtor telling you they’re … Continue reading Ditch Your Realtor, Get Ahead Of The Pack By Working With Me
Do you, my dear readers, remember this property I mentioned back in July? I showed it to a couple of buyers that came forward after that post. It didn’t work for them for various reasons, but at least they came forward and saw the opportunities I’ve been presenting you. The rest of you will now … Continue reading When Someone Hands You Lemons….
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
The price lured us in ($369,000 for a TIC at 77 7th Ave), but it’s the use of internet mapping technology to lure YOU in that earned a spot on our pages. Didn’t get it at first glance? Fret not, neither did we. Look again. It’s actually NOT a big green mass of something weird … Continue reading Price…Check, Dog Run…Check, Golf…Check, Triple 7 Truly Is A Lucky Address To Have All That
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!
Although MLS still reflects the Lake District condominium at 64 7th Ave (3 bed, 2.5 bath, 1 pk, $1,535,000) as “active”, sources close to the sale are telling us it is in contact after a short five days on the market. Call it luck, call it buyers that don’t read the newspapers (bless them), or … Continue reading Ripple In Still Waters, Lake District Condo Moves Fast (64 7th Ave)
In case you don’t get sfnewsletter: All it takes is to remove the clutter (before shots)… adjust the price (sold in Dec ’07 for $2,580,000 after some massive price reductions) to get it sold, call in the contractors and voila…the after: 2801 Lake Street (after shots), a 5 bed, 4 bath remodeled home in Sea … Continue reading 2801 Lake returns, new price, new look
Some of you may remember a pocket listing I had on Lake Street, which we never received any offers on. Tons of interest, but no offers. Well, it turns out the owners are totally raking me over the coals and officially listing it with another agent. Rather than crying about it (okay, maybe I am … Continue reading Coming Soon…Single Family on Lake Street, principles only!
From a sale in January 2007 at $1,700,000, to a new listing and price of $2,400,000 in early May 2007, to a reduced price of $1,995,000 in middle May 2007, and an ultimate sales price of $2,100,000 (and your before photos) on the last day of May 2007, we find ourselves looking again at 154 … Continue reading Before After and WTF on 154 15th Ave.
There have been a lot of Google searches and even more emails coming to us wondering if we can “point [you] in the direction of the ‘Walk Down Lake Street’” from sfnewsletter that many of you saw mentioned in this article on SFGate. Those that have already read it already know that we added a … Continue reading “A Trip Down Lake Street”
I know, I know. I’ve been MIA, but there is a reason. A good one. Or two. Actually three. You see, when I get caught up in this blog, reading comments, and reporting on what I see “virtually” I almost get the sense the market has cooled. It has cooled, but not nearly to the … Continue reading The reasons for my absence: Market Activity on three levels
We usually reserve these for just our sfnewsletter readers, but we’re going to test it out on the public site. Pre-MLS price: $729,000, Media Gulch/Inner Mission, 2412 Harrison Top Floor, light & bright 2 level loft Private (an enclosed bedroom) Master Suite and Deeded Patio 2 full bathrooms 2 Car parking! Approx 1302 sq ft/per tax … Continue reading sfpocketlistings ™