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Inventory Levels Inch Up, Reductions on the Rise

With the number of homes newly listed for sale over the past week having outpaced the number of new contracts written, the inventory of homes on the market in San Francisco has ticked up one (1) percent to 1,040, which is 8 percent higher than at the same time... Read More »

Dolores Heights View Home Drops Below its 2015 Price

Dolores Heights View Home Drops Below its 2015 Price

Joining the ranks of newly reduced homes is 4085 20th Street, a modern 3,720-square-foot Dolores Heights home perched above Dolores Park, with “breathtaking views” from each of its three levels, “outstanding craftsmanship, thoughtful design and ethereal beauty,” and a two-car garage with a (new) Tesla charging station and driveway... Read More »

Tech Mogul’s Silicon Valley Lair Now Listed for 55 Percent Less

Tech Mogul’s Silicon Valley Lair Now Listed for 55 Percent Less

Speaking of big reductions, as we outlined in September of last year: Having hit the market with a bit of fanfare and an $88 million price tag back in 2015, the 21,400-square-foot Los Altos Hills home at 27500 La Vida Real was quietly listed behind an undisclosed address for... Read More »

Big Reduction for Flagship Home

Big Reduction for Flagship Home

The unfinished designer home at 210 Laidley, which was being built for its current owner and not a developer, hit the market earlier this year with an $8.995 million price tag. Designed by John Maniscalco and “poised to become the flagship architectural home in Laidley Heights,” the 6,600-square-foot home... Read More »

Now Listed for Over 40 Percent Under Its 2015 Price at the Ritz

Now Listed for Over 40 Percent Under Its 2015 Price at the Ritz

As we outlined earlier this year: Purchased as new for $1.53 million, or roughly $1,284 per square foot, in early 2008, right as the Great Recession was picking up steam, the two-bedroom Ritz-Carlton Residences unit #1702 at 690 Market Street returned to the market in early 2015 priced at... Read More »

Big Swinging in Sausalito Returns, Reduced

Big Swinging in Sausalito Returns, Reduced

Designed by Michael Rex Associates and featured on the American Institute of Architects tour of Marin in 2012, as we wrote about the modern three-level Sausalito home at 525 Bridgeway Avenue, which is technically a condo, when it was about to hit the market listed for $4.998 million in... Read More »

Official Cuts for a Pair of Penthouse Shells

Official Cuts for a Pair of Penthouse Shells

As we first noted two months ago: Technically it’s not a price cut, the prevalence of which has been on the rise in San Francisco, as the list price for the 5,700-square-foot penthouse shell #41A atop the LUMINA tower at 201 Folsom Street remains at $11.495 million. But the... Read More »

Truth in Advertising, Eventually

Truth in Advertising, Eventually

Its sale won’t be perfectly apples-to-apples as the offering now includes a storage unit in the building which was purchased separately, but having been purchased for $1,419,478 in April of 2016, the “rarely available top floor plaza unit” #C8H at 333 Beale Street, a 985-square-foot, one-bedroom LUMINA condo with... Read More »

Number of Homes for Sale in San Francisco Hits an 8-Year High

Number of Homes for Sale in San Francisco Hits an 8-Year High

With listing activity having hit a 13-year high earlier this month, the number of homes currently listed for sale in San Francisco now totals 910, which is 2 percent higher than at the same time last year and an 8-year seasonal high. At the same time, the percentage of... Read More »

View Home Drops Further Below Its 2014 Price in the Heights

View Home Drops Further Below Its 2014 Price in the Heights

As we outlined back in the first quarter of this year: “Touting its location, location, location on “one of the most coveted blocks in Dolores Heights,” a block and a half from Dolores Park, the “one-of-a-kind home” at 352 Cumberland Street, which totals around 2,800 square feet (including two... Read More »