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The Cost Coming Down?

The Cost Coming Down?

Perhaps some homeowners (or agents…) in zip code 94114 (Noe Valley/Castro) let that 2005 Forbes ranking go to their heads. Or perhaps fewer properties are being “reasonably priced” in 2006. Either way, as of today, fifty percent of the single family homes listed in 94114 are now sporting a... Read More »

Damn Flakey Buyers

Damn Flakey Buyers

The listing for 1012 Alabama caught our attention. Not because it’s an “Enchanting” “Bohemian Bungalow,” but because it’s back on the market and apparently some “Flakey Buyers” are to blame. ∙ Listing: 1012 Alabama (1/1) – $599,000 Read More »

Welcome Back Sweet 519 Natoma

Welcome Back Sweet 519 Natoma

Perhaps Zephyr’s loss is your gain. 519 Natoma is back on the market with BJ Droubi, and while the location hasn’t changed and it’s still a TIC, the prices on the four units have been reduced from $30K to $70K. We’re fans of the renovation, and if the glamour... Read More »

The Superhero Master Suite Of 1200 Page

The Superhero Master Suite Of 1200 Page

The period exterior of 1200 Page belies a modern interior of open spaces, modern amenities, and contemporary design. We just can’t help but think ‘superhero’ (or at least ‘rock star’) upon sight of that master suite. And that’s not a bad thing. ∙ Listing: 1200 Page (4/3) – $1,395,000... Read More »

1081 Pine Street Redux

1081 Pine Street Redux

1081 Pine Street is back on the market (or at least the MLS), has been reduced another $70,000 (now listed at $1,325,000), and is “On Tour as New.” And thanks to our research department (i.e., Google), we just discovered the original marketing site (floor plans!) for the entire building,... Read More »

Book Concern Building (83 McAllister)

The conversion of the Book Concern Building (83 McAllister at 7th Street) from offices to “new efficiency lofts” should be completed by the end of September 2006. The 60 new units (6 below market rate) will range from studios to two bedrooms with lofts, and are currently listed starting... Read More »

Four For Fireworks On The Fourth

Four For Fireworks On The Fourth

In celebration of the Fourth of July, we found four homes, across a range of prices, with one thing in common: fireworks on the Fourth from the living room (or deck). Perhaps your agent could schedule a tour for you tomorrow night around 9:30… ∙ Listing: 1000 North Point... Read More »

A Troublesome Trend?

A Troublesome Trend?

Four units in 255 Berry are currently on the market. That’s not a lot considering the number of units in the building (100), and not too surprising considering the building recently passed the magical two-year mark (think tax free gains). But then again, perhaps Le Blog Exuberance is on... Read More »

More Free TVs!

More Free TVs!

It might have been “in contract over asking!” but it’s not any more. And that means the included “DWIN Transvision high-definition projector . . . 110-inch retractable movie screen” is back up for grabs! Hell, with a seven day close you (we?) could be watching the World Cup... Read More »

Opportunity, Funk, And The Color Purple

Back in April, 2415 Van Ness #606 was advertised as a “rare opportunity” but failed to sell at $549,000. We’re hoping they used the past couple of months to remodel, because it’s back on the market, it’s still being advertised as a “rare opportunity,” and it’s now $579,000. Speaking... Read More »