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On Tour as Repeat

Buyers rejoice. Home inventories are once again on the rise as sellers and agents re-list properties that failed to sell last year and which had been withdrawn from the market during the slow holiday season. Expect a trickle (flood?) of properties marked “On Tour as Repeat” (i.e. re-list, failed... Read More »

Those Damn Neighbors

Those Damn Neighbors

The listing price for the two bedroom house at 2401 Vallejo has been reduced $230,000 (to $1.99m). The property had been sitting on the market at $2.25m when their next-door neighbors put their more modern house on the market for $1.95m. Those damn comps (and neighbors). ∙ Listing: 2401... Read More »

FSBO: SF

FSBO: SF

Perfectly said by the folks at apartment therapy, “In an effort to help apartment owners who are looking to sell without a broker and to show off cool apartments to readers looking for them, we are posting good ones that we stumble upon.” We like it, and we’re running... Read More »

San Francisco Perspective: Condominium Developments

Numerous new San Francisco condominium developments have recently, or will soon, come on the market. The nine developments below represent approximately 1,300 new condo units and are but a few of the new developments in the works within the city limits. For perspective, there are currently 427 San Francisco... Read More »

Funny How That Happens

Funny How That Happens

After nine months, the “sale pending” signs that have been so prominently displayed in the windows of two units in the 21 unit development at 525 Gough have suddenly morphed into “for sale” signs. Not too soon considering, as far as we can tell, they were never actually “pending”.... Read More »

Sign(s) Of The Times

Sign(s) Of The Times

Tipped by a loyal reader of SocketSite, we dispatched our staff photographer to 308 Presidio post-haste. No fewer than seven “For Sale” signs (there’s another behind the car) that all seem to be screaming “please buy me before the market turns” in unison. Not too surprising that the units... Read More »

You Can Relist, But You Can’t Hide

It’s a dirty little secret of the real estate trade: relist (or in this case, change agents) in order to obscure a dramatic price reduction for a property. And it probably worked a lot better before SocketSite (and our readers) joined in the fun. From a reader’s tip: “240... Read More »

First Housing Maps Now Trulia

Another housing “innovation” is upon us with Trulia Real Estate Search. Think MLS meets Google Maps meets your local agent’s site. Trulia is an independent and unbiased residential real estate search engine that gives you free and open access to real estate information. Trulia helps you search homes for... Read More »

SF MLS Quietly Removes Listing Dates

It appears that the San Francisco Multiple Listing Service has quietly removed listing dates from the properties on its website. In other words, the public can no longer see how long a property has been sitting on the market. Not only disappointing, but a bit suspicious as well. For... Read More »

Sunday Surprise

Keep both hands firmly on that latte. You’re going to be crossing a picket line if you attend the open house of the TIC at 838 Potrero this Sunday (8/28). The San Francisco Tenants Union is organizing the protest in response to an Ellis Act eviction in the building.... Read More »