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Infamous Sea Cliff Mansion Suddenly Listed for $2 Million Less

Infamous Sea Cliff Mansion Suddenly Listed for $2 Million Less

While slated to be foreclosed upon, again, next month, 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 senior lender in February, has now... Read More »

On the Boards, Compliant and…back on the Market

On the Boards, Compliant and…back on the Market

As we outlined earlier this year, plans to redevelop the 5-story building on the northwest corner of Van Ness and Pacific Avenues have been drafted, plans which would convert the building from a collective of office suites into 32 residential condos, with 4,250 square feet of ground floor restaurant/café... Read More »

A Creative Cow Hollow Transformation and Pesky Complaint

A Creative Cow Hollow Transformation and Pesky Complaint

Purchased as a 3,260-square-foot, two-unit building for $3.2 million in June of 2017, plans to remodel 2742-2744 Baker Street were approved in early 2018. As approved and subsequently permitted, the building’s second story was to be split 60/40 between the two units, with what was a storage area on... Read More »

Number of Homes on the Market in San Francisco Ticks Up

Number of Homes on the Market in San Francisco Ticks Up

With the number of homes that were newly listed for sale in San Francisco having outpaced the number of new purchase contracts that were written over the past two weeks, the net number of homes on the market in the city has ticked up 9 percent to 970, which... Read More »

Inventory Levels Inch Down in San Francisco, Year-Over-Year

The net number of single-family homes and condos listed for sale in San Francisco (i.e., inventory) inched down 2 percent over the past two weeks to 920, which includes 260 single-family homes and 660 condos. And for the first time since the second quarter of last year, inventory levels... Read More »

Bernal Heights “Compound” Reduced Below its 2019 Price

Bernal Heights “Compound” Reduced Below its 2019 Price

Listed for $4.2 million in January of 2019, the asking price for the “unparalleled view compound” on a 6,300-square-foot lot at 276 Ripley Street, a 4-bedroom Bernal Heights home with a contemporary open floor plan and “at-your-door access to the iconic walker’s paradise, Bernal Hill,” was dropped to $3.35... Read More »

Infamous Sea Cliff Mansion Slated to be Foreclosed Upon, Again

Infamous Sea Cliff Mansion Slated to be Foreclosed Upon, Again

While the infamous seven-bedroom home at 224 Sea Cliff Avenue, which was on the market for $19.675 million back 2016, appeared to have sold for $71,000 in a foreclosure auction last year, the “winning” bidder didn’t realize that the foreclosing party was a junior lender and the property would... Read More »

Pace of Sales Slows, Inventory Levels Tick Up in San Francisco

With the number of single-family homes and condos that were newly listed for sale in San Francisco having outpaced the number of new purchase contracts that were written over the past week, the net number of homes on the market across the city (i.e., inventory) ticked up 3 percent... Read More »

Prominent Market and Castro Corner Back in Play, Again

Prominent Market and Castro Corner Back in Play, Again

As we outlined back in 2017: While approved for the construction of a six-story building, with 24 residential units over 3,000 square feet of ground floor retail space and a 14-car garage back in 2013, a legal battle over the ownership and control of the prominent RC gas station... Read More »

A Real San Francisco Icon Is on the Market

A Real San Francisco Icon Is on the Market

Built to serve the waterfront workers and new settlers in 1861, on what was then the waterfront to the south of Islais Creek, when the total population of San Francisco was around 60,000 and prior to the adjacent Islais Creek estuary having been filled with debris from the Great... Read More »