If you’re looking for a sweet treat visit Sift Dessert Bar located at 2411 California Street. Employee Gabbi McDaniel has the inside scoop! Q: What does a typical day look like? A: The opening shift lead starts at 8 AM and is in charge of the back of house (BOH). This person frosts and decorates all the cupcakes … Continue reading Behind the Scenes: Sift Dessert Bar
The top underbid of the week goes to an Outer Mission single family home that (dare we say) needs a bit of work. Listed for $699,000 and sold for $575,000 after 62 days on the market. According to our data from last week, single family homes continue to take up the majority of the top … Continue reading Mission To Millennium | SF’s Top 10 Underbids of the Week
“After hitting a two year low in January, the median price for single-family re-sale homes rose 18.6% in March from February. Year-over-year, the median price was off for the seventh month in a row, falling 3.1%. After falling to their lowest level since January 2009 in February, home sales bounced back last month, which is … Continue reading San Francisco Real Estate Data, Focus On The Volume On Your Block, Not The Median In Your City
Shameless plug is the name of the game here. Moments ago we chopped the price of 2185 Bush #307 from $869,000 (previously $899,000) down to $799,999. Are you kidding! This is a 3 bed, 2 bath, 1290 square foot condo with high ceilings, wood burning fireplace, patio, and so much more in one of the … Continue reading 2185 Bush #307 At The Amelia Price Reduced (almost) $100,000!
Since we’re on the subject of beautifully restored 3 bed, 3.5 bath Victorians in Lower Pacific Heights selling in a heart beat for over $1000/square foot, why not take a look at another beautifully restored Victorian 3 bed, 3.5 bath in Lower Pacific Heights, selling almost as quickly, just around the corner, and on one … Continue reading “Beautifully Restored Victorians” seem to be all the rage (2872 Pine)
She being 1705 Broderick, a 3 bed, 3.5 bath, single family home in Lower Pacific Heights, and the pun being that she just came on the market 10/03/07 for $2,450,000 and just sold for $2,800,000. For the mathematically challenged (that includes us) that is $350,000 above asking (14.29%), a staggering month on the market (MLS … Continue reading Tanking Market? Come Again? “That’s what she said” (1705 Broderick)
I’m going against what I usually do and actually talking about one of my listings. Why? Because there is a good story. Two years ago, I had this listing at 2185 Bush #315. I put this place on the market literally a few weeks prior to the peak we experienced in 2005. It hit MLS, … Continue reading Two years, two listings, one building, same agent, different market (2185 Bush #311)
What do you think of advertising listings in this manner? I guess if you have a hot, sexy voice, or a voice like Darth Vader’s (James Earl Jones), it could be effective, and get you in the mood….to buy property of course! But does the saying, “a picture is worth a thousand words” apply here, … Continue reading Vizzie my house!
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 haven’t had the chance to go check out the sales center at 2161 Sutter (between Pierce and Steiner in Lower Pacific Heights) for Caledonia at Post, but we were one of many to get the email announcing the opening of said sales center, and we’re passing it on to you. Along with the opening, … Continue reading Sales Center Opening for Caledonia at Post
We knew it was just a matter of time before 2901 Pine, was snatched up. It apprears the time has come. Listed for $2,350,000, this property was/is truly unique, and stating that it sold under asking ($2,300,000) doesn’t necessarily imply the market is tanking like many people would lead you to believe. Maybe it was … Continue reading A done deal in Lower Pacific Heights (2901 Pine)…sold UNDER asking!
[Update: Sold June 2007 for $2,300,000] 2901 Pine St. is one of those properties you only wish you had the guts to do (assuming you’re remodeling). The place is sweet! (In our opinion) We literally just walked out of there and were so impressed, we came to post. You must check it out. Formerly a … Continue reading Unique is an Understatement (2901 Pine)