It only took seven months, but in the end, it got there. SOLD for $440,000 UNDER asking! You read that correctly, this 6-bedroom single family home in Mission Terrace at 100 Delano Avenue just closed $440,000 below the original (back in March) asking price of $1,600,000. After a price chop to $1.5, then $1.4, then … Continue reading $440,000 Under Asking | Personal Chapel Maybe Included, Wallpaper Definitely
August Case-Shiller Index | San Francisco Bay Area
The new S&P Case-Shiller Index for August was just released on Tuesday. The prices for homes in the upper third of prices – which dominate in most of San Francisco, central and southern Marin, and central Contra Costa – ticked down a tiny bit in summer, exactly as they did last summer. These short-term fluctuations … Continue reading August Case-Shiller Index | San Francisco Bay Area
Active Listings By Price Segment and Property Type
These Broker Metrics charts track weekly number of Active Listings over the past 6 months (early May to mid-October): SFD, under $1m Active Listings – weekly inventory just below 6 month average, about same level as spring, lowest number of active listings since early July. Condo, under $1m Active Listings – autumn inventory levels well … Continue reading Active Listings By Price Segment and Property Type
San Francisco Condo Prices Down 3% Since Month Prior, Up 15% YTD
SAN FRANCISCO CONDOMINIUM PRICES DECLINED 3 PERCENT IN SEPTEMBER FROM PREVIOUS MONTH, UP 15 PERCENT FROM LAST YEAR Resale Inventory Surpasses Two Months of Supply for First Time in Two Years According to The Mark Company Trend Sheet San Francisco – October 14, 2015 – San Francisco condominium prices declined 3 percent from the previous … Continue reading San Francisco Condo Prices Down 3% Since Month Prior, Up 15% YTD
SOLD: 1471 McAllister, Alamo Square, San Francisco
It’s taken me a little while to get some recent sales posted, but I’m happy to announce we sold this wonderful 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in Alamo Square at 1471 McAllister. Considering my clients had only purchased it barely two years prior, we did incredibly well. I would have liked to list it at … Continue reading SOLD: 1471 McAllister, Alamo Square, San Francisco
Feb 2015 SF New Condominium Prices Up 19% YOY
FEBRUARY 2015 SAN FRANCISCO NEW CONDOMINIUM PRICES RISE 4 PERCENT FROM PREVIOUS MONTH, UP 19 PERCENT OVER A YEAR AGO San Francisco – March 10, 2015 – San Francisco new condominium prices rose 4 percent in February 2015 from the previous month, according to the Condominium Pricing Index just released by The Mark Company, a … Continue reading Feb 2015 SF New Condominium Prices Up 19% YOY
For Sale | 1487 Chestnut Street | Marina District | $849,000
When it comes to real estate, there is location, but when it comes to 1487 Chestnut Street and being lucky enough to call this property home, there is location, location, location. Situated on the corner of Chestnut and Gough streets in an area of the Marina deemed NOT on landfill, this quintessential top floor, corner … Continue reading For Sale | 1487 Chestnut Street | Marina District | $849,000
San Francisco New Condo Sales Trends
If you’re in the market for a new development condominium in downtown San Francisco, you’re going to want to keep your eye on this type of information. Particularly the number of units available versus the number sold…translation = properties are selling REALLY fast! Thank you Mark Company for these excellent reports…
Sold | Off Market In Cole Valley – 1242 Cole
Giants win the World Series, yet again, it’s Halloween, and my clients just stole this amazing condominium in the heart center of Cole Valley! The essence of what we just witnessed in the World Series is not much different from the Real Estate game in San Francisco. It takes a great team, strategy, timing, focus, … Continue reading Sold | Off Market In Cole Valley – 1242 Cole
Sold | 1674 Hayes – Listed $1,095,000, Sold $1,255,000
I’m pleased to announce the successful sale of this NOPA flat. Located at 1674 Hayes, this unit features 3 bedrooms, 2 1/4 bath (2nd bedroom has a sink), 1 parking space for a small car, soaring ceilings, hardwood floors, laundry room, fireplace, and a shared yard. The bedrooms are very generous in size and have … Continue reading Sold | 1674 Hayes – Listed $1,095,000, Sold $1,255,000
For Sale | 62 Buena Vista Terrace, San Francisco
Located on an elegant street in San Francisco’s Buena Vista Park District, one of San Francisco’s most coveted neighborhoods, 62 Buena Vista Terrace affords you the ability to immerse yourself in all this city has to offer, yet escape from it too. And you, dear reader, get first crack at it. Walking distance to Duboce … Continue reading For Sale | 62 Buena Vista Terrace, San Francisco
22 Loyola Terrace: A Single Family, NOPA Alternative With Real Big Views For $1,095,000
Have aspirations to live in the oh so hip NOPA district of San Francisco? Been searching for a single family home in NOPA, but just can’t afford one? You’re in luck, as thankfully San Francisco always has an alternative for you, and 22 Loyola Terrace is no exception. Technically mapped in San Francisco’s Lone Mountain … Continue reading 22 Loyola Terrace: A Single Family, NOPA Alternative With Real Big Views For $1,095,000
It Is Certainly Brisk Out, And We’re Not Talking Weather
Somebody has certainly turned the tap on with regards to San Francisco real estate. Case in point (like we need to see more), 1998 Broadway #1007. I just called on this Pacific Heights property to get an appointment for a client to take a look at it next Tuesday. How foolish of me to think … Continue reading It Is Certainly Brisk Out, And We’re Not Talking Weather
TIC Versus Condominium, Which Holds More Value?
Answering the oh so common question in San Francisco real estate, “How much more valuable is a Condo than a TIC (Tenancy In Common)”, RealDataSF.com takes us there in a chart: [Update: If you saw a chart before that was different than this one…that was the wrong one. This is correct.] [Update 2: From “Garrett” … Continue reading TIC Versus Condominium, Which Holds More Value?
Condominium Versus Single Family Homes (The Data)
Misha Weidman is back and he brings us this little nugget (also posted on his site): …and this quote to go along with it: Until June 2008, condo and home prices were in lock-step in terms of price appreciation and decline. Thereafter, homes fell first and further. In March 2009, the delta between condos and … Continue reading Condominium Versus Single Family Homes (The Data)
Ask Us: Color Me Condo!
We get all kinds of questions in every shape and size and this one has got to rank right up top with one of the most off the wall, but we love it nonetheless and will coddle it like one of our own: Which Condo complex in the City has the nicest hallway color scheme, … Continue reading Ask Us: Color Me Condo!