Mid Century Flare Meets Spanish Med Barrel Front In Mission Dolores


Situated in the heart-center of San Francisco in oh-so hip Mission Dolores, on a tree lined (dare I say quiet) cul-de-sac, and walking distance to countless shops and restaurants, this wonderful flat at 64 Rosemont Place is sure to delight and charm, and check every box: Circa 1928 barrel front; 1458 square feet; two bedrooms; … Continue reading Mid Century Flare Meets Spanish Med Barrel Front In Mission Dolores

Active Listings By Price Segment and Property Type


These Broker Metrics charts track weekly number of Active Listings over the past 6 months (early May to mid-October): SFD, under $1m Active Listings – weekly inventory just below 6 month average, about same level as spring, lowest number of active listings since early July. Condo, under $1m Active Listings – autumn inventory levels well … Continue reading Active Listings By Price Segment and Property Type

Featured Today On SFGate: 3 Of My Recent Transactions


High prices? No problem. Homes in Bay Area selling faster than anywhere else in the nation: http://t.co/1OOsIcC27D pic.twitter.com/qp1HOxjau7 — SFGate (@SFGate) April 16, 2015 I wouldn’t have been able to achieve these successful sales without the epic staging by Katrina Schissel of GiGi Park, my great photographers, my in house team, and especially my amazing … Continue reading Featured Today On SFGate: 3 Of My Recent Transactions

Top 10 Overbids Of The Week


In case you missed sfnewsletter, or don’t receive The Goods (which has the top 20), here are the top 10 jaw dropping overbids that will make your head spin: Address BR/BA/Units DOM List Price Sold Price Overbid 3336 23rd St 3/2.00/N/A 16 $1,495,000 $2,306,000 54.25% 2266 Jackson St 3/2.50/ 7 $1,695,000 $2,410,000 42.18% 514 Elizabeth … Continue reading Top 10 Overbids Of The Week

New Year, New Beginning?


Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a great holiday and New Year’s celebration. Let’s kick off the 2015 blogging with some Stats & Numbers via sfnewsletter, which focuses on the past three years of real estate market activity, as well as a look way back to the 1980’s (were you born yet?), and some … Continue reading New Year, New Beginning?

We Just Beat The Closest Comp By $200,000


I’m pleased to announce my clients have successfully sold their Richmond District top floor condominium for $1,200,000 (listed at $949,000), or as I like to point out, $200,000 more than the most recent, closest competitor property on 26th Ave that listed almost the same day as we did. It’s no coincidence we knocked it out … Continue reading We Just Beat The Closest Comp By $200,000

From 32% In NOPA To 65% On Nevada – San Francisco’s Top 10 Overbids


It’s Friday, that means it’s time for the Top 10 Maximum Overbids of the week. As usual, there are some doozies, but nothing I would consider ultimate shockers like a few of the last weekly Top 10’s we’ve seen. The number one spot goes to the “Contractor’s Special” on Nevada in Bernal Heights that fetched … Continue reading From 32% In NOPA To 65% On Nevada – San Francisco’s Top 10 Overbids

North Bay Real Estate: The Marin, Napa & Sonoma Markets


January 2014 Market Report The real estate market recovery started in earnest in 2012 and then went red hot in spring 2013, which resulted in an additional, big, fast jump – approximately 20% – in home prices. After the spring peak, the market calmed somewhat in the second half of the year and prices stabilized, … Continue reading North Bay Real Estate: The Marin, Napa & Sonoma Markets

Five White-Hot Districts In A Red-Hot San Francisco Real Estate Market


July 2013 Special Report Virtually every area of San Francisco and the Bay Area has been experiencing dramatic home-value appreciation in the past 12 to 18 months. Some that were hard hit by distressed property sales, which experienced the largest price declines, have surged in price but remain 20% – 30% below previous peak values … Continue reading Five White-Hot Districts In A Red-Hot San Francisco Real Estate Market

What Costs How Much Where In San Francisco


A Survey of Recent San Francisco Home Sales March-May 2013 Below are samples of recent city home sales sorted by price point. The list is not comprehensive and the sales are not necessarily representative of typical neighborhood values. In real estate, the devil is always in the details, and the short descriptions below cannot convey … Continue reading What Costs How Much Where In San Francisco

Thinking Of Selling Your Property? Read This First


Sellers, it’s time. We need your inventory, and look how happy you could be! Alex thanks for selling my home as quickly and painless as possible at a price way beyond my expectation! I especially liked that you provided expert advice/service from staging, lighting and photography to make this a success. Using [electronic signature solutions] … Continue reading Thinking Of Selling Your Property? Read This First

Maximum Overbid Of The Week: 430 Noriega Gets $725,000 Over


There is a little something I used to do back in 2003 thru 2008 (mostly on what was then sfnewsletter), then the market tanked, and so too did The Maximum Overbid Of the Week. Alas! It has returned. At the request of some long time readers, I present 430 Noriega: A wee little four bedroom … Continue reading Maximum Overbid Of The Week: 430 Noriega Gets $725,000 Over