[Image Source] Every so often older posts get comments that are so good, I just can’t pass up posting them right front and center on the home page. This one came in on an old post we did about La Mission District and just how cool it is. Sorry Mission District, according to this Potrero … Continue reading Mission District “Is Our Backyard”-Says Potrero Hill
Generally, we shy away from posting media blitzes on our site as they usually are simply a way for us to publish a sales pitch, but this time given the state of the housing market across the nation, and here in San Francisco, we thought this PR push worthy of a mention at the very … Continue reading “Fastest Sales-Cycle For New Home Development In San Francisco”
Realtor Kevin Gueco writes a very sunny review for the coming soon Mosiaica 601 condo project (pictured above) in his SFNewDevelopments blog. There’s definitely some room for pleasant surprise in the announced price (pleasant to me, anyway, since I selfishly find all condos I cannot afford to be unpleasant): “Mosaica 601 announced last week that … Continue reading Coming Soon! And, Coming Later!
I’ve heard from multiple sources that SF real estate is, for the most part, immune to the havoc wreaked on other parts of the US. But sales at our most recent condo complexes show that happy-smile-don’t-worry line of rhetoric is about as reliable as the clown’s was in Poltergeist (Happy Halloween!). Socketsite … Continue reading New Developments Face a New Reality in SF
I feel like this is a bit of a litmus test. I was on another blog and a poster actually used this map to back up a point made about neighborhoods north of California st. showing signs of weakness. I was like, huh? This map? Aren’t all the areas north of California YELLOW? (Yellow shows … Continue reading When you look at this chart/map, what do you see?
I knew this one would go superfast. You have to wonder if it wouldn’t have gone almost as fast if it were priced at 850K, tho. Anyway, anyone else see this property? It got into contract instantly. A two car garage, north slope Potrero Hill, with a 25 X 100 foot lot, for 679? Simply … Continue reading Price it (real, real) low, and away we go …..(251 Arkansas)
According to more Realtor Spam (it’s really getting out of control, but some of it is useful): Just a reminder, we are about 85% sold at our new building at 888 7th Street in the Showplace Square/lower Potrero area. We have a limited number of junior one bedrooms homes available starting at $399,000. We have … Continue reading 888 7th Street, 85% sold and looking for your $399,000
As stated numerous times, we can’t do all of this without you, and appreciate your tips, suggestions, and rants, so keep them coming. One person who is particularly helpful and deserving of praise is our friend the Fluj, who this week sends us this: To my mind, the western portion of North Slope Potrero has … Continue reading Weekly Fluj: “I don’t know that they’re trippin’ either!” (2145 18th Street @ Kansas)
Lots of people yapping on and on about how San Francisco listing inventory is through the roof, sales volume is in the toilet, and both median and average home prices have plummeted, but the Fluj says: Seemingly the perception is that there is a lot of inventory, but is there, really? And as for prices, … Continue reading Weekly Fluj: Inventory, is there a lot of it?
Recently, we’ve been contacted by more than a dozen Realtors asking if we could “plug” their listings. Typically, this is not something we do as it defeats the purpose, honesty, and transparency of this blog, but we got to thinking…why not? We could make a little $$ from it, and help get the word out … Continue reading Isolated Panic amongst some San Francisco Realtors, or something larger?
James over on our social network wants to know. Who has the answer?
Yes, the asterisk is there, but so too is the sale somewhere around $3M for 752 Carolina, a single family home in Potrero Hill that hit the market end of February, was in contract 8 days later and just closed escrow…cash. Was it the suburban feel: or the blue paint that did it? We have … Continue reading Potrero Hill Home sells for $3,000,000*
Pacific Heights: Average cost of a single family house: 1997: $1,706,000 2007: $5,022,000 Potrero Hill: Average cost of a multi unit building: 1997: $412,000 2007: $1,385,000 Schtuff like that.
Seems as we’re on the receiving end of just about every promo out there, and some are just too good to pass up. “It’s simple – write and close the most contracts at The Potrero between November 9th and December 31st 2007 and you could be on your way to Paris.” (You meaning us, the … Continue reading We’re going to Paris! But you need to buy first
“Did you see the 250 Texas listing? It’s a nice North Slope pad in Potrero Hill. Worth checking out for the views and the margaritas.” We did not, but you did, so perhaps you could share more details. Should we bring extra salt, and thanks for the tip!? –Oh Kronos, you went so fast [theFrontSteps]