The Top 5 Residential Sales in San Francisco for 2020 (listed on the MLS…there are always off market deals not reported): #5: 2342 Broadway: Listed and sold for $18,000,000 #4: 2775 Vallejo: Listed for $25,000,000 sold for $19,750,000 #3: 2626 Larkin: Listed for $21,000,000 sold for $20,000,000 #2: 2420 Pacific: “Listed” for $28,000,000 and sold … Continue reading San Francisco’s Top 5 Residential Sales of 2020
There’s a basketball court with Golden Gate Bridge views, and a shower to wash your dog. What more do you need for $25,000,000? -Property Details: 190 Sea Cliff, $25,000,000 Inside scoop? Contact me and I’ll tell you what else I know.
Not something we showcase everyday, because these kind of homes don’t come around that often, but we thought you might like to swoon over the Top 5 Most Expensive Homes Currently For Sale in San Francisco: — Number 1 -$49,000,000 Topping out the list at $49,000,000 is the (not yet complete) grand penthouse at the … Continue reading Top 5 Most Expensive Homes For Sale In San Francisco
It’s been another busy week in the world of San Francisco real estate, so we thought a quick recap of some of the most recent and worthy real estate porn is in order. To begin…the Top 10 Overbids. They never get old, and as always, there are some stunners. Address BR/BA/Units DOM List Price Sold … Continue reading San Francisco Real Estate Porn Recap | Think Pools, Architecture, Overbids, and More
Imagine for a minute you can live multiple places at multiple times in the same body, mind, and spirit. Now imagine you had unlimited funds to go along with this dream. Imagine you had friends in all of those places and nobody knew your body, mind and spirit were living in another location. Where would … Continue reading SOLD | 547 Missouri | Potrero Hill | $4,700,000 … and some thoughts
If you don’t get the Spinal Tap reference…it’s high time you watch Spinal Tap. Anywho…my newest listing to hit the market. — Grand scale, turn of the century Victorian Condominium on a coveted block in the Haight / Ashbury area of San Francisco with approximately 1630 square feet of living space, original wood floors, period … Continue reading Haight Ashbury Victorian Flat Hits MLS Asking $1,700,000 – Wow Factor At 11
Architecture, views, probates, penthouses, lofts, TICs, luxury homes, mortgage rates, sales prices, market cycles, and everything else we could think of in a look back on 2015. A neighborhood map of San Francisco is included at the bottom of this report for your convenience.
San Francisco Real Estate Report, December 2015 Market Update. – Heading into the Holiday Slowdown after an Interesting Autumn Market – Median home prices, over-bidding, housing affordability, luxury home sales, the new-home construction pipeline, and comparing the Shanghai and S&P 500 stock indices ———————————————————— Median sales prices in October and November jumped back up to … Continue reading San Francisco | December 2015 Real Estate Market Update
Last week it was this Bernal Heights home that went 20% under asking, thus claiming the podium position. The winner this week is an ultra-deluxe condo in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods on the “North End” of town, Pacific Heights. This home at 2955 Pacific has views, a deck, a formal dining room perfect … Continue reading Pacific Heights Condo Goes 11% Under | Elevator Ensures Minimal Neighbor Contact
The market is cooler…no doubt.. Is it seasonal, or longer term? Time will tell. As you saw last week, Overbids are still rampant, but more and more emails are coming to me, “Still Available”, “Offers as they come”, “Motivated Seller”, etc. Could we be approaching the year of the buyer? Out of the 10 Underbids … Continue reading Top 10 Underbids | Would You Believe 20% UNDER Asking In Bernal?
In case you don’t get sfnewsletter (I posted this there), here is our November 2015 San Francisco Real Estate Market Report, including 11 Custom Charts: ———————————————————— San Francisco led the Bay Area and the nation when its real estate recovery began in early 2012. Within the city itself, the more affluent neighborhoods led the rebound … Continue reading Luxury Home Segment Cools | “Affordable” Homes Market Remains Competitive
The top underbid of the week goes to an Outer Mission single family home that (dare we say) needs a bit of work. Listed for $699,000 and sold for $575,000 after 62 days on the market. According to our data from last week, single family homes continue to take up the majority of the top … Continue reading Mission To Millennium | SF’s Top 10 Underbids of the Week
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
This exquisitely remodeled luxury Nob Hill condominium with views West/Southwest to Twin Peaks & outlooks onto Jones Street, located in the heart-center of San Francisco’s premiere postcard neighborhood is for sale, and you get the first look. Featuring one bedroom, one bath, one car parking, 24/7 attended lobby, pool, spa, workout area, onsite management, a … Continue reading For Sale | 1177 California #304 | Gramercy Towers | Nob Hill, San Francisco
Check out this interactive map of the spread of million dollar (or more) single family home listings in San Francisco since March 2010: [Source: Trulia] I’m not sure I like this…