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Million Dollar (Plus) Price Cut for a Modern Day Classic Home

Million Dollar (Plus) Price Cut for a Modern Day Classic Home

Designed by Bruce E. Heiser, built in 1970 and since “transformed into a modern day classic,” the 4,057-square-foot West Clay Park home at 164 24th Avenue, which features a mid-century modern vibe and ethos, with some beautiful woodwork, a retractable central skylight and views of the Golden Gate Bridge... Read More »

Nearly 40 Percent of Active Listings in S.F. Have Been Reduced

While the net number of homes on the market in San Francisco (i.e., inventory) is holding at an effective 12-year high, having peaked a few weeks ago, as projected, the percentage of said homes which have undergone at least one price reduction has ticked up to 37 percent. That’s... Read More »

Can You Spot the “Buildable” Million Dollar Lot?

Can You Spot the “Buildable” Million Dollar Lot?

Having just hit the market for one million dollars and positioned as a “unique and irregularly shaped interior lot…located in the beautiful Richmond District,” a lot that “IS buildable” and could yield “a very unique residence” (“with some creativity and imagination of a great designer,” all per the lot’s... Read More »

Light-Filled Inner Mission Loft Approaches Its 2014 Price

Light-Filled Inner Mission Loft Approaches Its 2014 Price

Purchased for $711,000 in November of 2013, the one-bedroom unit #17 at 350 Alabama Street, a “light-filled oasis with views to the west and Twin Peaks” in the “vibrant and hip Inner Mission,” resold for $780,000 in December of 2014, representing appreciation of 9.7 percent in just over a... Read More »

Reductions, Rent and a Harsh Reality

Reductions, Rent and a Harsh Reality

Purchased for $1.650 million in July of 2016, the 1,366-square-foot, two-bedroom unit #7E in the Lumina tower at 201 Folsom Street, an interior facing unit with “peaceful garden views,” returned to the market priced at $1.899 million in 2019 but was withdrawn from the MLS without a sale having... Read More »

Home Sales Down, Inventory and Reductions Up in S.F.

Home Sales Down, Inventory and Reductions Up in S.F.

Having effectively peaked a couple weeks ago, as projected, the net number of homes on the market in San Francisco (i.e., inventory) remains 20 percent higher than at the same time last year, 45 percent higher than prior the pandemic, and over twice as high as in 2015, driven... Read More »

Where Does Laidley Lay?

Where Does Laidley Lay?

Hidden behind a relatively modest but sleek façade on “a coveted block of prestigious Laidley Street,” which offers panoramic downtown views, the now four-bedroom home at 131 Laidley was redeveloped in 2014 and then sold for $3.0 million in August of 2017. Measuring a little over 3,000 square feet,... Read More »

Prestigious High-Rise Unit Drops Further Below Its 2016 Price

Prestigious High-Rise Unit Drops Further Below Its 2016 Price

Purchased for $3.25 million in May of 2016, the three-bedroom, three-bath unit #32E in the Lumina tower at 338 Main Street, which “exemplifies the prestige of highrise (sic) living,” resold for $3.5 million in August of 2019, representing total appreciation of 7.7 percent despite the short-term hold and the... Read More »

Dolores Park Light House Condo Listed for a Million Less

Dolores Park Light House Condo Listed for a Million Less

Totaling over 5,300 square feet of space, 93 Cumberland Street is one of the four massive “Light House” condos that were created when the former Second Church of Christ at 651 Dolores Street, which overlooks Mission Dolores Park, was redeveloped in 2016. Featuring a central great room with a... Read More »

Pending Home Sales in San Francisco Down Nearly 50 Percent

While the net number of homes on the market in San Francisco, i.e., inventory, has been up an average of 26 percent on a year-over-year basis over the past three months, the number of homes in contract to be sold is now down 47 percent on a year-over-year basis... Read More »