Maximum Overbid: Easy Street


Sometimes no news really is good news. Oftentimes our weekly top overbid has something remarkable going for it: A recent renovation, a hot trend, a strategic price change or recent sale that marks this home as a prime mover. But the number one spot this week, a lovely Marina-esque number from 1931 with three beds … Continue reading Maximum Overbid: Easy Street

‘Maximum Overbid’: The Sunset’s Millions


Over on the Richmond Review, we wrote this week about how San Franciscans, both homeowners and renters alike, tend to stay in one place in the western neighborhoods more often than for the city at large. But that’s got to be getting harder for at least some of the home-owning class, because the temptation to … Continue reading ‘Maximum Overbid’: The Sunset’s Millions

Maximum Overbid: Doubling Your Money In Just Nine Short Years


San Francisco is always changing: For example, there’s the case of this week’s top overbid, a two bed, one bath Outer Sunset beach house at 2142 44th Avenue. The final sale price of more than $1.45 million is well over 162 percent of the asking price from the end of February–a mere $895K. Again, this … Continue reading Maximum Overbid: Doubling Your Money In Just Nine Short Years

Maximum Overbid: A Sunset Switcheroo


If someone were paying VERY close attention to the 1800 block of 45th Avenue, they might be surprised that our top overbid for the week is 1826 45th Ave. Not because of anything to do with the house itself, but simply because this place just sold previously eight months earlier, clearing $1.2 million back in … Continue reading Maximum Overbid: A Sunset Switcheroo

Maximum Overbid: Breaking a Tie


For the second week in a row our biggest overbid lies on the westernmost edge of Noe Valley, and for the first time in memory it’s not a house but a condo. At 15 Perego Terrace a three bed, two bath setup took just under two weeks to score $1.7 million, well over the initial … Continue reading Maximum Overbid: Breaking a Tie

Maximum Overbid: Stuffed With Thanks


This being a short week with a holiday, you’d imagine it wouldn’t be as busy on the homes front. And you’d be right; whereas an average of 161 homes closed each week in 2021 thus far, for the past seven days it was just 91. With things a little bit quiet, maybe this is an … Continue reading Maximum Overbid: Stuffed With Thanks

Maximum Overbid: When Nothing Changes But The Sale Price


The home team came really close to number one spot this week’s rankings, after the Front Steps sale of 264 24th Avenue scraped up against a million dollars over the listing price after just 11 days on the market. But the biggest winner actually closed the deal last Friday on the other side of Golden … Continue reading Maximum Overbid: When Nothing Changes But The Sale Price

Maximum Overbid: When You Try To Lose But Win Anyway


This week’s number one overbid, 1559 18th Avenue, barely ekes its way into first place by clearing just over 152.5 percent of its asking price after a mere eight days on the market, which in any other context would sound incredible but in SF is really just normal, if you can wrap your brain around … Continue reading Maximum Overbid: When You Try To Lose But Win Anyway

Maximum Overbid: Riding Into the Sunset


Another week, another shockingly high San Francisco western neighborhoods overbid–or at least that’s how it feels sometimes. This week’s number one overbid is once again an Outer Sunset prospect, a three bed, two bath house at 2026 47th Avenue that originally listed for $995K but closed this week for $1.6 million, a spike of more … Continue reading Maximum Overbid: Riding Into the Sunset

Photo Finish For Weekly Overbids


Just when you think you’ve seen it all in overbid terms, something can still surprise you. Case in point, it was looking like the top overbid spot for the week would go to 1235 22nd Avenue, a fetching three bed, 1.5 bath Sunset house that sold this week for $1.57-plus million, nearly 44 percent over … Continue reading Photo Finish For Weekly Overbids

San Francisco Takes Top Honors On Trulia’s Best Neighborhoods List


Living well means something different to everyone.  For some of us, it means indulging in all the luxuries life offers, and to others it means living a healthy, active  lifestyle. Luckily, and why we live here, San Francisco offers both. Recently the folks over at Trulia shared their perspectives on living well in this Best Neighborhoods post, which coincided with … Continue reading San Francisco Takes Top Honors On Trulia’s Best Neighborhoods List

SOLD! 1582 48th Ave | Outer Sunset Top Floor Condo By Ocean Beach Gets $226,000 Over Asking


To say we knocked it out of the park on this sale would be an understatement. Transaction details below: As much as I love doing a stellar job for the sellers I represent, it honestly pains me when we set a new high water mark for San Francisco real estate sales, because it makes it … Continue reading SOLD! 1582 48th Ave | Outer Sunset Top Floor Condo By Ocean Beach Gets $226,000 Over Asking

San Francisco Giants Win World Series: Bedlam Ensues, Brian Wilson Calls In…


Last night the San Francisco Giants clinched the World Series Title and they did it with authority, routing the Texas Rangers four games to one, in the best of seven series. What made it all the more sweet was continually seeing George W. lean over to his wife and ask her just exactly what was … Continue reading San Francisco Giants Win World Series: Bedlam Ensues, Brian Wilson Calls In…