Ridiculously low pricing aside, this week’s Maximum Overbid goes to 1938 35th Ave, a Sunset District home listed for $895,000 and sold for $1,238,000. Forget about the overbid, because that’s not an indication of anything in this situation except low asking price, but have a look at the sales price per square foot – $1547. … Continue reading Sunset House Gets Over $1500 per Square Foot
Only the second time on the market since being built in 1939, and situated in a great Central Sunset location just off of Noriega and up the hill from Sunset Playground / Recreation area, 1742 28th Ave is a gem of gems.
Surely you heard the news yesterday the “Fed is going to cut interest rates” again, and you might think that means lower interest rates on your home loans. Well…it isn’t so cut and dry. For an explanation, we asked our go-to mortgage broker, Tim Wood of Opes Advisors for a little clarification: What the Fed … Continue reading Does The Fed Rate Cut Mean Lower Mortgage Rates For Your Home Loan?
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
San Francisco / Bay Area Real Estate Market Update Questions about this report, property values in your area, the best time to sell, or how to have a great mountain bike ride without leaving the city limits? We gotcha covered. Give us a shout and we’ll get you dialed. –San Francisco Real Estate Market Report … Continue reading Summer Is Over | Will SF Real Estate Heat Up Per Usual?