Purchased for $395,000 in June 2000 but then refinanced in March 2005 with a $601,000 variable rate loan, 683 San Jose Avenue on the border between the Mission and Noe Valley was taken back by the bank in August 2009 with $635,375 owed.
Back on the market for $599,900 ($439 per square foot) and pushing those tax credits which are set to expire April 30. But we’ll also note it’s “possession subject to tenant rights” for the single-family home.
∙ Listing: 683 San Jose Avenue (2/1) – $599,900 [MLS] [Map]
∙ San Francisco Real Estate Districts: Maps And Neighborhoods [SocketSite]
∙ Senate Approves First-Time (And Move-Up) Homebuyer Tax Credits [SocketSite]