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Joe’s Cable Car Site and Approved Project Back in Play

Joe’s Cable Car Site and Approved Project Back in Play

While plans for a contemporary four-story development to rise up to 45 feet in height upon the Excelsior District parcel on the northwest corner of Mission and Tingley were approved back in 2019, as were demolition and building permits, the ground for the project has yet to be broken... Read More »

Listed Inventory Down Over 40 Percent in San Francisco, But…

Driven by a seasonal drop in new listing activity, the net number of homes on the market in San Francisco dropped another 9 percent over the past week to 850, representing 44 percent less listed inventory than at the same time last year, which shouldn’t have caught any plugged-in... Read More »

A Temple to/for Dining and Traditional Thanks

A Temple to/for Dining and Traditional Thanks

Purchased for $2.35 million in July of 2018, the 895-square-foot Cornona Heights home at 17 Temple Street was subsequently “remodeled,” expanded and unsuccessfully returned to the market listed for $3.995 million in October of last year, the same price at which the home was listed anew last month. Technically... Read More »

Number of Homes on the Market in S.F. Continues to Drop

The net number of homes on the market in San Francisco dropped another 9 percent over the past week to 930, as was to be expected, and listed inventory levels are now 45 percent lower than they were at the same time last year. That being said, inventory levels... Read More »

Number of Homes on the Market in S.F. Down 44 Percent, But…

Number of Homes on the Market in S.F. Down 44 Percent, But…

Having peaked last month, the net number of homes on the market in San Francisco has since dropped 19 percent to 1,020 and listed inventory levels are now 44 percent lower than they were at the same time last year. That being said, inventory levels in San Francisco are... 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 »

Number of Homes on the Market in S.F. Drops, Asking PPSF Too

Following a trend that shouldn’t catch any plugged-in readers by surprise, the net number of homes on the market in San Francisco, which peaked exactly three weeks ago, ticked down five (5) percent over the past week to 1,150, driven by a slowdown in listing activity versus a jump... Read More »

Number of Homes for Sale in S.F. Ticks Down, PPSF as Well

As projected, the number of homes on the market in San Francisco ticked down another percent over the past week to 1,210, having peaked exactly two weeks ago. As such, listed inventory levels in San Francisco are now down 34 percent on a year-over-year basis, from a two-decade high... Read More »

Infamous Sea Cliff Mansion Now in the Hands of a Trustee

Infamous Sea Cliff Mansion Now in the Hands of a Trustee

With the sudden $2.1 million price cut for the infamous seven-bedroom home at 224 Sea Cliff Avenue, which was foreclosed upon by a junior lender last year, having failed to move the property, the home is now in the hands of a bankruptcy trustee, the agent for whom is... Read More »