They advertised this place as a “fixer,” but in truth there’s nothing visibly wrong with it. So what’s the deal?
It’s long since time we learned not to speak too soon when it comes to SF’s housing heights, but here we are once again. Last week we noted that the then-most recent Maximum Overbid was the sort of sale that can still shock even the most jaded of housing watchers. Now along comes a different … Continue reading Maximum Overbid: In Which We Are Surprised We Can Still Be Surprised
Most of the time, overbids in San Francisco clock within fairly modest margins. But there are always boom times, as this week’s overbids are going hard and not apologizing for it. It’s a close race for first place, with two different sales cracking the 55 percent overbid margin. The top spot ends up being 64 … Continue reading SF Overbids: “Fixer-Upper” Worth $1.45 Million Anyway
Congratulations to the buyers of this great Miraloma Park home at 232 Evelyn Way, and well done to our associate Karim Scarlata for getting it done. What started as a blog back before the internet (kidding…that’s not possible), theFrontSteps has grown to one of the premier San Francisco real estate outfits. If you’re thinking of … Continue reading SOLD | 232 Evelyn Way | Miraloma Park | $1,350,000
I published this exact thing on sfnewsletter today, but since it is a newsletter there is no room for discussion. Hopefully, we’ll get some here. I recently submitted an offer for $425k on a Short Sale in SOMA (175 Bluxome #119). The “lender approved price” was $450k, but the sellers accepted our offer for $425k … Continue reading Stories Of Despair In San Francisco Real Estate (source: sfnewsletter)
Once again we defer, or refer, you to sfnewsletter’s Tour de San Francisco (real estate) and their look at Miraloma Park. It is your best source for information regarding San Francisco’s micro-markets. Enjoy! –Tour de San Francisco (real estate) [sfnewsletter]