Remember this NOPA multi-unit that went from $1.6M to $822k? Check out this 50% ownership in a Cole Valley 4 unit Victorian that just sold for 13% under asking after being on market for 51 days. In case you didn’t get that…that’s a two unit purchase into a 4 unit building, which you will own … Continue reading From Overbids To Underbids, What’s Our Market Going To Do?
The charts below are based upon 2015 YTD transactions reported to MLS by July 24, 2015 . We’ve generally broken out the neighborhoods with the most sales within given price points. To a large degree, if you’re buying a house in San Francisco, your price range effectively determines the possible neighborhoods to consider. That does … Continue reading Where to Buy a Home In San Francisco For Your Money
Congratulations to my buyers (x4), and my off market seller! That was quite the whirlwind of activity, and I’m thrilled we were able to pull it all off. As my client said on my LinkedIn profile, I pulled off a “hat trick that [he] thought was impossible in the crazy San Francisco real estate market…” … Continue reading SOLD | Duboce Triangle, Inner Mission, Russian Hill, Mission Dolores
Have a look at what hit our email in the past couple months, and the companies heavily marketing “pocket listings”, “off market” property, or “not on MLS” opportunities. You, the buyer, would probably like to know about these opportunities, wouldn’t you? Well…you can’t. Not until these brokerages wake up and join the year 2013, move … Continue reading Hey Buyers! Turns Out There’s More Inventory Than You Thought
Top 10 California Home Buyer Surnames: Excellent and relevant data C.A.R! I’m gonna go get me a mailing list of Nguyens, Lees, and Chens, and sell me some houses! The complete report is below (in PowerPoint). Have a ball with the data. I did. Buyers be warned. Instead of being asked for proof of funds, … Continue reading Sorry Smith, Nguyen Wins. Lee A Close Second. Garcia In Third.
(Editor’s Note: The following is reprinted from the Real Estate Bulletin, spring 2012 issue, published by the California Department of Real Estate.) “The California Real Estate Law (Business and Professions Code §10000, et seq.) does not prohibit the sharing of commissions. Before going further, it must be understood that this section and its analysis only … Continue reading Real Estate Commissions…