Have you been to Hearst Avenue? Odds are you haven’t–or if you have, you didn’t notice. And that’s a little odd, isn’t it? First, let’s talk about the deal: 327 Hearst Avenue went on the market this week, a true blue three bed, two bath setup with an extremely cute yard and lovely curb appeal, … Continue reading What’s The Deal With Hearst Avenue?
When I peruse these top 10 Overbid and Underbid lists that we crank out at The Goods for all of our clients (myself included), I often sit and wonder what is more of a story: A) The ultra modern residence at 748 Treat that clinched this week’s top Underbid spot by selling for nearly 7% … Continue reading Top 10 Underbids | A Medley Of Sorts
On this rainy March Friday as you sit and wonder about the world outside, what better than some jaw-dropping Overbids to rattle your mental cage. Top of the list this week is 4027 Clement Street, a very awesome little house in the Outer Richmond with a certain “je ne sais quoi” that took it next … Continue reading March Madness Starts Early In San Francisco | Overbids That Will Make You Freak
Dried herbs, or drying (pot) plants? It certainly can’t be helping the sale of 442 Detroit, but it might be helping the occupants cope with a declining market, or pending eviction. Regardless, it’s “two for one” on this home, so you better get it while supplies last…the homes that is. –442 Detroit [MLS] [Disclaimer: Of … Continue reading Please Remove Drying (Marijuana) Plants When Selling Home
It’s not very often we point out the sub $600,000, let alone the sub $500,000 San Francisco real estate market, because it’s not the most common sale in San Francisco, but what about the sub $400,000 market? It exists, albeit very minimally, and 380 Monterey #101, a 1 bed, 1 bath, 668 square foot condo … Continue reading Sub 400k at 380 Monterey (#101)
The money Realtor quote, “We just sold this dump for $125,000 over asking price! Imagine what your property is worth!” That dump was “built in 1909 and completed in 1910 for $750”, came on the market for $400,000 (memory tells me it was actually $399k), and sold for $524,500. In case you missed the article … Continue reading 149 Mangels, the $524,000 “dump” that slid away…no fault of the property.
The media is having a field day with this one…as expected. We are too. ;-) And of course we’re waiting to see who spins this into a “the market has crashed” metaphor. Hopefully, this will uncover a lot of the red-tape necessary to get anything accomplished with regards to renovating or doing any work to … Continue reading 149 Mangels…Still a Story, but Not a House (Demo begins)
Before: After: What could have been: We can’t emphasize enough, the importance of inspections, and hiring qualified professionals to do renovations for you. Sold in December 2006 for $524,250, and yes…it was overbid from $399,950. What a shame. A total and complete shame. So sad. –Home Collapses in Sunnyside Neighborhood in SF [sfgate] –Getting Back Your … Continue reading 149 Mangels…Before, After, and What Could Have Been