Penthouses, Probates, Lofts, Mansions & Fixer-Uppers How many San Francisco home sales were Victorians, Edwardians or Art Deco? Condos in doorman buildings? Artist live-work lofts? Probate or distressed sales? Without parking? Under $500,000? Over $5 million? Tenant occupied? Had Golden Gate or Bay Bridge views? What were the oldest house sale, the biggest condo sale … Continue reading What SF Home-Buyers Bought in 2014
It’s been busy…so let’s share some testimonials, get back to blogging, which in turn will create more testimonials. Sound good? Cool… Alex knows the San Francisco market very well. This helped us, as sellers, to understand what different buyers value and what to expect. He is also adaptable and efficient. Our sale was the first … Continue reading 1 Ecker (16 Jessie) Sellers Very Happy With Their Sale…Who’s Next?
Having just purchased our first bag of “Sweet Tooth Espresso” from Ritual Roasters after more than six years of dedicated grinding, tamping, and pouring exclusively of Blue Bottle Coffee, we’re a bit torn as to what to do. We’ve had Ritual on many different occasions, but allowing their beans to enter into the home, and … Continue reading In San Francisco It’s Ritual Coffee Roasters Versus Blue Bottle Coffee
Supply/Demand Single Family April 2009 v April 2008 Supply/Demand Condo April 2009 v April 2008 Supply/Demand Single Family & Condo April 2009 v April 2008 Sales Rate Single Family & Condo April 2009 v April 2008 Sales Rate Single Family April 2009 v April 2008 Sales Rate Condo April 2009 v April 2008 Median Price … Continue reading Data Yo! San Francisco Median, Supply/Demand, Sales Rate April 2009 v April 2008
From “Seb” on “Noe Valley Is Not Immune”: Where do people think Noe [Valley real estate] prices will be in two years? Up or down? I sense things are stabilizing. We’ll just say the feeling of free-fall has disappeared. Stable? Not so sure. Going up, definitely not. In two years…crystal ball is a little bit … Continue reading Comment Du Jour: Oh Noe, Where Will You Be In 2 Years?
Making a long story short: We had lunch recently with an individual that has a very real interest in today’s San Francisco real estate market (he’s selling a home, but no he’s not our client). We talked about the kids, we talked about the weather, then of course the inevitable “how’s the market”. After getting … Continue reading Open House Traffic Only Visited By Those Sensing Foreclosure