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If You Think You Know Bernal, Now’s the Time to Tell

If You Think You Know Bernal, Now’s the Time to Tell

Purchased for $2.25 million in April of 2018, having been newly expanded and remodeled, the Bernal Heights view home at 149 Bradford Street returned to the market three weeks ago listed for “$1,995,000,” a sale above which would be considered to be “over asking,” or an “overbid,” according to... Read More »

Stunning Live/Work Loft Finally Trades for $212K Less

Stunning Live/Work Loft Finally Trades for $212K Less

Purchased for $2,425,000 in June of 2019, the stunning 2,200-square-foot live/work loft #102 at 355 Bryant Street returned to the market listed for $2,250,000 million last year after a “Luxury Live Auction!” failed to produce an acceptable offer in 2020. Subsequently reduced to $2,195,000 million, the sale of the... Read More »

If You Think You Know the Market, Now’s the Time to Tell

If You Think You Know the Market, Now’s the Time to Tell

Purchased by an interesting group of investors for $1,152,000 in July of 2015, the 1,550-square-foot Miraloma Park home with panoramic views and expansion potential at 701 Teresita Boulevard was foreclosed upon in June of 2016, selling for $942,000 in cash on the courtyard steps, with permits to renovate and... Read More »

Condo Alternative Cottage Trades for “Over Asking,” But…

Condo Alternative Cottage Trades for “Over Asking,” But…

Purchased for $915,000 in November of 2016, the light-filled, one-bedroom cottage at 4353 17th Street, which sits above the Castro in Corona Heights, returned to the market priced at $998,000 in October of 2020. Positioned as a “great alternative to cookie cutter condos in this price range – with... Read More »

In the Heart of SoMa Take Two (And Three)

In the Heart of SoMa Take Two (And Three)

Purchased for $1.185 million in December of 2015, the “modern, stylish, tri-level loft” #14 at 175 Russ Street, “in the heart of SOMA,” resold for $1.165 million in April of 2019, which was down 1.7 percent on an apples-to-apples basis but “17.1 percent over asking!” according to all industry... Read More »

Stunning, $2.4M Ultra-Modern Live/Work Loft in Contract

Stunning, $2.4M Ultra-Modern Live/Work Loft in Contract

With the “Luxury Live Auction!” for the “stunning, ultra-modern live/work loft” #102 at 355 Bryant Street having failed to yield an acceptable bid back in September of 2020, the 2,200-square-foot, two-bedroom unit, which was purchased for $2.425 million in June of 2019, returned to the market listed anew for... Read More »

Renovated Beaux-Arts Beauty Trades for Millions Less

Renovated Beaux-Arts Beauty Trades for Millions Less

As we outlined back in August of last year: Purchased for $9.75 million in August of 2016, the interior of the fully renovated Nob Hill home at 1230 Sacramento Street has since been made over by Jonathan Adler, blending “the timeless and elegant original architectural details” of the Beaux-Arts... Read More »

Apples-to-Apples Versus The Index for a Luxury One-Bedroom

Apples-to-Apples Versus The Index for a Luxury One-Bedroom

Purchased for $1.245 million in May of 2018, the 876-square-foot, one-bedroom unit #23D in the Lumina tower at 201 Folsom Street, “the most premier residential building in San Francisco,” returned to the market listed for $1.299 million in May of this year, a sale at which would have represented... Read More »

Condo Alternative Cottage Slips Further Below Its 2016 Price

Condo Alternative Cottage Slips Further Below Its 2016 Price

As we outlined at the end of last year, the light-filled, one-bedroom cottage at 4353 17th Street, which sits above the Castro in Corona Heights and was purchased for $675,000 in January of 2014, re-sold for $915,000 in November of 2016, representing total appreciation of 35.6 percent over those... Read More »

Prestigious Palo Alto Home Reduced, Listed for a(nother) Loss

Prestigious Palo Alto Home Reduced, Listed for a(nother) Loss

As we outlined last month: Purchased for $8.5 million in June of 2016, the “sumptuous” Palo Alto home at 1117 Hamilton Street, which measures 3,376 square feet, sits on a prestigious 10,000-square-foot Crescent Park parcel, and features “exquisite architectural and interior design, exotically-sourced materials, hand-crafted finishes, and elegant appointments... Read More »