Congratulations to my buyers that just scored this AAA located Cole Valley home at 456 Belvedere. We were the first people to see it, and we wrote an offer that day. They went big and fast to win, and I told ’em they can’t ever move. It’s that kind of house. It’s that kind of market, and it’s those kinds of tactics that get you property in San Francisco. This market waits for nobody.
Since it was an off market deal, we don’t have much info to share, especially pictures.
Congratulations to my buyer that just scored 212 Steiner, a two bed, one bath, Victorian in a ridiculously hip and happening neighborhood, perhaps soon to have it’s very own Blue Bottle (assuming the NIMBYs don’t have their way)…not that we measure hipness in terms of cafes around here, but it is a sweet area.
Anyhow, it’s done and dusted for $1,250,000, and we have another happy buyer and seller for the books.
To say we knocked it out of the park on this wonderful Outer Richmond residence, like I did with 652 44th Ave would be an understatement…
Listed on a Friday morning, I got a call from an agent shortly thereafter asking if he could get his client in…so I obviously obliged. That day, same agent asked if they could write an offer now to “take it off the table”. The next day, three other buyers asked the same. The sellers and I respectfully declined all of the pre-emptive attempts, and asked the buyers to wait until our offer day 10 days later. Wait they did. After getting roughly 200 people through the door, we got nine offers, and two others that said they’d like to write at $1,250,000, so without actually saying it, I said it, “Don’t waste your time.”
After a slew of phone calls and negotiations, buyer #1..the same person that was the first person to see it, came up to where they needed to be, upped their offer to $1,410,000 and we closed 5 days later. (As a side note, it is often the first person to see a place that is the winner…keep that in mind.)
There you have it. Congratulations to buyers and sellers, and the Outer Richmond for being one of the hottest neighborhoods in all of San Francisco, at the moment. In case you’re wondering, that’s $1146 per square foot for the Outer Richmond.
To give you a little more indication of our market, as crazy as this Overbid was, it’s only #18 on the Top 20 Overbids!
From the original post:
Setting records in the Outer Richmond and throwing all the lucky 7’s on it: Listed $1,195,000 sold for $1,547,777
We got over 250 people through the door via our stellar marketing and online presence. In the end we handed out just about 30 disclosure packages (generally this is a gauge of potential “real” buyers), and ended up with 10 offers. All of them way over list, and even one higher than the sales price the sellers decided not to accept. Story on that in a coming soon blog post.
Finally got this one sold (over asking no less)! After getting in contract and falling out on two different occasions with two different buyers, the perfect pair came along in a deal put together by way of my Top Agent Network prior to coming BOM (Back On Market) again. Third time is a charm. For more details about this wonderfully complex set of transactions, how the market impacted this sale, how this property spent nearly 3 months on the market, and lessons I learned (yes, after 15 years every transaction still teaches me something new), give me a shout.
From the marketing…
So you wanna live in the action, do you? Well, I have just the place for you – 844 Haight sits on the dividing line between Haight Ashbury (considered Lower Haight), Hayes Valley, Buena Vista Park, NOPA, Alamo Square, the Divisadero Corridor, is one block away from the Duboce Triangle area…and you’re in luck, because it hits the market today.
Huge full floor 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath Victorian flat with soaring 12′ ceilings and original details in a vibrant central San Francisco location. Formal Dining Room, Living Room, sitting area, eat-in kitchen w/ Italian Bertazzoni stove, hood and microwave, Bosch refrigerator and Dishwasher, Cherry cabinets w/pull out shelves/inserts, Granite counter tops, pot filler above stove, and Bosch Washer & Dryer in pantry. Travertine marble floors in kitchen and baths. Refinished Hardwood floors throughout. Private deck off kitchen leads to beautiful landscaped garden. Tankless water heater. One car parking. Built-in shelving and huge storage space in garage. Walkscore 93, Transit Score 97 (tech shuttle stop around corner), Bike Score 85 (you’re practically ON the Wiggle). Some would say it doesn’t get any better.
$1,295,000 SOLD $1,320,000
Formal Dining Room
Washer & Dryer
HOA Dues $300/month
Exclusively listed by
Keller Williams Luxury Realty International
Congratulations to my clients (the sellers), as well as to the buyers on my most recent successful transaction. What an amazing property with drop dead views in an awesome location. Looking forward to seeing you in the water.
From the listing…
You can’t buy property in San Francisco any further West…this is it…where the land ends and the Pacific Ocean begins. Marvel in the ebb and flow of ocean life from your living room (spot dolphins, whales, sea lions, surfers, kite surfers, and ships going by), escape the City life, catch every sunset from your couch kitchen or dining table, walk the beach every morning, experience the surrounding parks and abundant nature right out your front door.
Holy hell that was a long one! In the end, we got it done. Congratulations to all involved. And to those readers that are looking for more blogging than just our recent sales, my apologies. We’re working on that too. Gotta make hay while the sun is shining, and get back to blogging about all that good real estate p*rn when we come up for air. In the meantime, there is always The Goods, which updates daily so you can track everything on your own.
Congratulations to my wonderful clients on their (way below list price) purchase of this amazing property known as the McCormick Queen Anne Flats just a stone’s throw away from Alamo Square Park.
Built in 1894 by architect Absalom J. Barnett, a resident of the Western Addition, for William and Margaret McCormick in the hope that their daughters would live close to them when they married, this magnificent storybook Queen Anne Victorian is 6,000+ square feet, and loaded with Victorian details.
What an amazing property! Congratulations to everyone involved. My client’s lender was outstanding, the other agent was easy to work with, which all made for a very smooth and ideal transaction. Thank you everyone for your professionalism, and calm.
Originally listed for $4,150,000, my clients scored it for $3,200,000.
Buyer represented by Alexander Clark
Keller Williams Luxury Realty
For details about this transaction, please do not hesitate to contact me. In the market to sell your trophy property? I can help…I seem to be attracting the Queen Annes lately.
–179 Carl, Cole Valley Queen Anne Sold [theFrontSteps]
Congratulations to my clients that recently purchased this amazing single family view home in prime Noe Valley at 956 Elizabeth St. With vultures circling, we were able to beat the competition by submitting a pre-emptive offer at a price acceptable to the seller, avoid any frenzied bidding wars, and get it to stick…which it did.
I’m pleased to report the sale of this amazing property, which we were able to get featured not only on SFGate (Cole Valley Queen Anne with fabulous wallpaper for $2.695), but also Curbed (Queen Anne Done Up in Designer Style Looks for $2.695), and possibly even in San Francisco Cottages & Gardens just closed today for a whopping $505,000 over list price at $3,200,000. Considering we were targeting a $2.9-$3M sale, I’d consider this knocked out of the park.
Congratulations to my wonderful clients on an extraordinary Cole Valley sale, as well as to the buyers who are sure to love this amazing home in an epic location.