Pleased to report yet another successful off market find for our buyers. After submitting countless offers on countless properties we were contacted by an agent who knew we do a lot of business in the Sunset and Richmond districts. The sellers were originally looking for $1,800,000, which was not going to happen, so we waited … Continue reading Another off market deal closed…in the Sunset
Just in time for the weekend. It was actually a Mission District condo that claimed the top spot on the Top 10 Overbid List (see below) at damn near 52% over asking (we calculate via percentage not $$), but have a look at 268 Wawona in West Portal… Listed at $2,895,000, barely a minute on … Continue reading If You Sold Your Home For $1,355,000 Over Asking, Where Would You Go? What Would You Buy?
I have the home you have sought for so long. We will not be going to MLS anytime soon, so consider yourself lucky you found yourself on theFrontSteps. Property Details: 715 Cole St. $2,495,000 3 bed, 2 bath Stately Master Bedroom Fireplace in master bedroom Shower over tub Separate WC Deck / landing off North … Continue reading Cole Valley Single Family Home For Sale Not on MLS
I’m happy to report the successful “off market” sale of this great Outer Sunset home. The market for homes like this is still incredibly strong. If you’re considering a sale in the West Side of San Francisco, we can help. ——- It’s time to ditch the density and head to the beach! This mid-century charmer … Continue reading 1771 39th Ave | Sold Off Market | Outer Sunset | $1,650,000
We’re finally getting some solid data for how the housing market has been impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic and coinciding shelter in place. The data is available for your viewing pleasure by following this link: theFrontSteps’June Real Estate Report: As for what else has been happening, you can always track sales in real time on … Continue reading How the Pandemic Has Affected San Francisco Real Estate
Showing activity is now starting to reach pre-crisis levels: While activity remains down 15 percent compared to this time last year, consistent growth has significantly reduced the deficit from roughly 75 percent one month after the shelter-in-place order went into effect. And as California’s economy begins to open up, fewer REALTORS® are reporting clients withdrawing their … Continue reading California Real Estate Market Activity Report
You, like thousands of other homeowners thinking about selling a home right now, are probably wondering what you have to do to get people to visit your property. We got you… Straight from the collective heads: Before anyone goes in: “It is prudent for the seller and listing agent to consider establishing strict guidelines in … Continue reading Rules For In-Person Property Visits
Opportunity to restore a true San Francisco gem. With tax records showing a healthy 6825 Square feet, and including an undeveloped attic, your imagination can run wild with all the wonderful things this property could become. Period details galore, wood floors, storage space, yard, and a great NOPA location. Property Details: $3,495,000 1736-38 Fell St. … Continue reading NOPA Development Opportunity | $3,495,000 | Not On MLS
Yep, even during a global pandemic San Francisco still has property selling, and many of them for over asking. Address BR/BA/Units DOM List Price Sold Price Overbid 2651 23rd Avenue 3/2.00/N/A 8 $985,000 $1,345,000 36.55% 2919 Webster Street 2921 2-4 Units 13 $1,950,000 $2,340,000 20.00% 4407 18th Street 3/1.50/N/A 10 $1,995,000 $2,350,000 17.79% 38 Stoneyford … Continue reading Pandemic Pricing? Or Just Another Crazy Overbid? SF Property Sells $360,000 Over Asking
Last week, new listings increased in the Bay Area, Southern California and the Central Valley; numbers stayed flat in the Central Coast. Still, new listings and pending sales remain depressed compared to pre-pandemic levels, and any recent upticks have been very modest. Consequently, sales are expected to remain weak for the next few weeks. Business is still … Continue reading California Market Starting to Show Signs of Life | Suburbs Are All the Rage
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We just released our monthly real estate market report and forecast newsletter. If you’ve been subscribed to it, check your spam folders, find it, read it, send it to a friend. Can’t find it, we got you. Read the full report by following this link. –theFrontSteps Newsletter – Real Estate Trends in COVID-19 Lockdown Subscribe … Continue reading San Francisco Real Estate Trends in COVID-19 Lockdown
“Around the State: Planning for the reopening of California Last week, Governor Newsom announced the six indicators California will consider before deciding how and when to reopen the state: The ability to monitor and protect our communities through testing, contact tracing, isolating, and supporting those who are positive or exposed; The ability to prevent infection in people … Continue reading What It Will Take To Reopen California, and Important COVID-19 Updates
“As unemployment has skyrocketed, the housing market has slowed — and it’s likely to remain slow as more jobs are lost. [California Association of Realtors] C.A.R.’s March sales report shows the market in California has begun to feel the effects of the virus, with existing, single-family home sales down 11.5 percent from February and 6.1 … Continue reading California Real Estate Market & Industry Summary 4/21/2020
In our continued effort to educate you on San Francisco real estate, have a look at 10 listings that have closed within the last 14 days, all of them significantly over list price, and all of them in contract, or going into contract prior to Shelter in Place. Address BR/BA/Units DOM List Price Sold Price … Continue reading Despite COVID 19, SF Properties Still Closing Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars Over Asking
We had compiled our Cole Valley / Haight Ashbury State of the Market Report prior to Shelter in Place and had this blog post saved for quite a while wondering what to do. We’ve decided to share it, and encourage all of you to use it as a data point of the not-so-distant past. It … Continue reading Cole Valley / Haight Ashbury State of the Market Report