The spring quarter (April through June) in SF was an exercise in uncertainty, as everyone sat around waiting for a big drop in housing demand and prices…one that never quite came before June closed out. Now, other housing resources will tell you which cities, counties, or districts sold the most or the most expensive homes. … Continue reading SF’s Top Neighborhoods Are the Marina, Noe Valley, Richmond, and the Sunset…For Now
Maximum Overbid: Laying Out a Classic $2 Million ’80s Home
Sometimes it’s the minor things you really love: In this case, certain floorplans. Truth is, there’s actually nothing all that remarkable about the layout of our top overbid of the week, the Outer Richmond’s 536 44th Avenue; used to be you saw home just like this top the sales charts all the time. The key … Continue reading Maximum Overbid: Laying Out a Classic $2 Million ’80s Home
Maximum Overbid: When Nothing Changes But The Sale Price
The home team came really close to number one spot this week’s rankings, after the Front Steps sale of 264 24th Avenue scraped up against a million dollars over the listing price after just 11 days on the market. But the biggest winner actually closed the deal last Friday on the other side of Golden … Continue reading Maximum Overbid: When Nothing Changes But The Sale Price
Maximum Overbid Of The Week | Good Lord!
Touting some of the “best amenities, weather, and transit in the city” (I’ll let you all debate the Richmond District’s claim to that), 607-609 4th Ave just closed a mere $605,000 over list price, and earned this week’s title of Maximum Overbid. Congrats. The best part…it comes with a “low maintenance” yard. For all of … Continue reading Maximum Overbid Of The Week | Good Lord!