San Francisco Real Estate Market Splitting In Two


The reports are starting to come in, with Paragon, Sothebys, Pacific Union, I also touched on the subject in my last sfnewsletter, and now our very own Keller Williams team reporting the same thing…a softening condo market (mostly in areas in and around SOMA), and still very robust single family homes market, especially under $1.5M, … Continue reading San Francisco Real Estate Market Splitting In Two

Maximum Overbid Of The Week | Kitchen & Bathroom Cost Extra In Bernal Heights


With so many great pictures from which to choose, how do you pick just one? You don’t. You must see to believe… 18 Prospect, a 3 bed, 1 bath, single family in Bernal Heights takes this week’s Overbid cake giving new meaning to the term “development opportunity”. Listed at $829,000 and SOLD for $1,250,000 (cash … Continue reading Maximum Overbid Of The Week | Kitchen & Bathroom Cost Extra In Bernal Heights

Top 10 Overbids Of The Week, And One Mind Bender On Church That Wouldn’t Even Make The List


[Update: Most recent Overbids can be found here, and delivered to you biweekly via email at sfnewsletter.com] Before we get down to the top 10, I thought you all might like a bit of first hand story to ponder over lunch or dinner with your friends. This property: 1850 Church, technically in Glen Park, practically … Continue reading Top 10 Overbids Of The Week, And One Mind Bender On Church That Wouldn’t Even Make The List

Heat Map Of San Francisco Median Home Price Changes Since Previous ’06-’08 Market Peak


Who doesn’t love a good heat map? Especially us San Francisco residents caught in the grip of one brutally long fog song… [Click image to enlarge.] This heat map compares 2013 2nd quarter or 1st half median home sales prices – for houses, condos, co-ops and TICs combined – with those at the peak value … Continue reading Heat Map Of San Francisco Median Home Price Changes Since Previous ’06-’08 Market Peak

San Francisco Months Supply Of Inventory At Record Low


San Francisco Single Family Homes, Condominiums, Tenancies In Common, and 2-4 Unit property Inventory has simply dried up… …and the future is not looking good, which means this number could go even lower, especially given the number of buyers still in the market ready to pounce on every decent, and fairly priced property that hits … Continue reading San Francisco Months Supply Of Inventory At Record Low