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Number of Homes for Sale in San Francisco Jumps

With around 400 homes listed for sale in San Francisco over the past week, which is the most new listings in a week in over 15 years, the net number of homes for sale in the city jumped over 30 percent to 1,070, as projected, yielding the most for... Read More »

Corner Church on the Market, Primed for Redevelopment

Corner Church on the Market, Primed for Redevelopment

Built in 1948, the 10,732-square-foot Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church and Gracie Infant Care Center on the southwest corner of Ulloa Street and 33rd Avenue is now on the market with a $4.3 million price tag. And yes, the church is slated to be “delivered vacant.” While the 10,746-square-foot parcel... Read More »

Super Skinny Hayes Valley Development Fully Permitted!  But…

Super Skinny Hayes Valley Development Fully Permitted! But…

As we outlined back in the fourth quarter of 2016: Having been approved for a pair of super skinny buildings to rise up to five stories across the Hayes Valley site, the two former Central Freeway Parcels M and N (a.k.a. 300 and 350 Octavia Street) are now on... Read More »

Corner of (Broken) Dreams Back on the Market

Corner of (Broken) Dreams Back on the Market

Foreclosed upon in 2012 and then again in 2019, the verdant Russian Hill parcel on the northwest corner of Broadway and Taylor, big plans for which have been drawn, is back on the market. As we outlined back in 2019: Having sat vacant since the former house which had... Read More »

West Oakland Déjà Vu

West Oakland Déjà Vu

Designed by Baran Studio Architecture and listed for “$849,000” in June of 2016, despite its nearly identical sister home with a yellow door having sold for $1.025 million the month prior, the sale of the modern West Oakland infill home at 864 Wood Street closed escrow with a contract... Read More »

Infamous Mansion Could Sell for Less Than $5 Million, But…

Infamous Mansion Could Sell for Less Than $5 Million, But…

As we outlined back in June: While slated to be foreclosed upon, again, in July, the courthouse auction for the infamous seven-bedroom home at 224 Sea Cliff Avenue was canceled the day after we highlighted it and the notice of default on the property, which was issued by a... Read More »

Number of Homes for Sale in S.F. Ticks Down, Poised to Jump

Number of Homes for Sale in S.F. Ticks Down, Poised to Jump

Having ticked down 1 percent over the past week with typical seasonality in play, the net number of homes for sale across the city (880) is still running around 40 percent lower than at the same time last year, but with 65 percent more homes on the market than... Read More »

Listings Down in San Francisco, Sales Too

With new listing activity in San Francisco having dropped over 30 percent on a year-over-year basis over the past six weeks, the net number of homes for sale across the city is still 40 percent lower than at the same time last year, but with 50 percent more homes... Read More »

Landmark Bank and Former MOIC Building on the Market

Landmark Bank and Former MOIC Building on the Market

Designed by Bliss and Faville and built on the northwest corner of Grant and O’Farrell in 1910, the historic Savings Union Bank building at 1 Grant Avenue, a.k.a. the Security Pacific Bank building, is on the market. Most recently home to the since shuttered Museum of Ice Cream (MOIC),... Read More »

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

Driven by a continued drop in new listing activity, as is typical for this time of the year, the net number of homes for sale across San Francisco ticked down another 4 percent over the past week to 910. As such, listed inventory levels are now down nearly 40... Read More »