[Update: Sold! Sales Price $871,500. Six offers.] It doesn’t get better than this in the Parkside. Twenty one ninety one (2191) 32nd Ave hits MLS tomorrow, and you are all getting the first look. That is unless you’ve been following me on Instagram (@theFrontSteps). Asking price for this most excellent home in the Avenues of … Continue reading 2191 32nd Ave, San Francisco CA Hits MLS
It’s another fine Tuesday upon us. Yesterday’s stock market rally may put a glimmer of hope in everyone’s eyes, and what better way to celebrate than with a tour of a great house we just put on the market. It is officially a “broker tour” open house today, but we’re inviting all of our readers … Continue reading Tuesday In The Avenues (442 41st Avenue Open 11-12:30)
Signs of a real estate rebound? We’re getting various tips to confirm the reports and it is definitely good news. So why the hell have you not told your friends about this great single family home at 241 7th Ave in the Inner Richmond? (NOTE: Tax records are not accurate on square footage…Curbed. ;-) ) … Continue reading 241 7th Ave…Make An Offer!
Right on the heels of our recent post a la Sophie, “A walk up the hill”, we learn that one of the little nugs she reported on went into contract as of yesterday, 565 Clipper being that little 4 bed, 3.5 bath, $2,149,000 single family nug (originally listed 10/08 for $2,599,000): The deets, with a … Continue reading “This Is The One”, 565 Clipper Gets Into Contract
Asking $1,398,000, this 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 car parking Marina style home at 3917 26th St “in the heart of Noe” is certainly one for the masses, so it will be interesting to see how quickly it sells. We’re fans. The difference this time around (no it wasn’t previously listed as far as we … Continue reading In The Heart Of Noe, Marina Style (3917 26th St.)
Lots of chatter (as usual) on one particular local blog regarding the continued decline of real estate, and the world for that matter. (We get it, we really do. At least they’ve chosen to beat white elephants now along with their dead horses.) What we’d like to show you is something that is still happening, … Continue reading Comparing A Fuji To A Macintosh (We Ain’t Talking Electronics)