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Hopefully No One Banked On This Bernal Comp Back In 2005

Hopefully No One Banked On This Bernal Comp Back In 2005

As we wrote about 330 Banks up in Bernal back in January 2008: On the market without finding a buyer at $649,000 last fall, 330 Banks is back on the market (but not the MLS) with a list price of $599,000. Included in the sale are approved plans to... Read More »

The Bank’s 330 Banks Returns 29 Percent Below Its 2005 Price

The Bank’s 330 Banks Returns 29 Percent Below Its 2005 Price

As we wrote about 330 Banks up in Bernal back in January 2008: On the market without finding a buyer at $649,000 last fall, 330 Banks is back on the market (but not the MLS) with a list price of $599,000. Included in the sale are approved plans to... Read More »

Pumpkins To Pumpkins To Pumpkins To Be Up In Bernal

Pumpkins To Pumpkins To Pumpkins To Be Up In Bernal

It sold for $720,000 in November of 2004.  And three years later, in July of 2007, it sold for $790,000. Listed for $749,000 this past February, 271 Nevada was withdrawn from the MLS in June without a reported sale. And on Friday, the small single-family home “nestled in Bernal... Read More »

Another Shot At A Once In A Lifetime Opportunity On Coleridge

Another Shot At A Once In A Lifetime Opportunity On Coleridge

The new listing for 106 Coleridge at $1,295,000 touts, “Once in a lifetime opportunity.” It had been listed for $1,495,000 in February before being withdrawn from the MLS in May. Of course the Bernal property wasn’t listed as short sale back then. And while the renovated Victorian doesn’t feature... Read More »

Not Perfectly “Apples To Apples” But A Bernal Data Point Nonetheless

Not Perfectly “Apples To Apples” But A Bernal Data Point Nonetheless

With a new kitchen and some other seemingly minor renovations (i.e., no pulled permits) since its purchase for $990,000 in December 2007 (the kitchen at the time below), the recent sale of 78 Anderson on 11/19/09 apparently isn’t perfectly “apples to apples.” But with a reported contract price of... Read More »

A Fairly Big Fair Market Drop (42 Percent) For 61 Fair Avenue

A Fairly Big Fair Market Drop (42 Percent) For 61 Fair Avenue

As we wrote in February: A Bernal Heights single-family (with in-law in the basement) sales comp in May of 2006 at $980,000, 61 Fair Avenue was bought back by the bank in December of 2008 for $949,862 (suggesting a bit less than 20% was put down). Tenant occupied with... Read More »

What’s Fair Market For (The Bank Owned) 61 Fair Avenue In Bernal?

What’s Fair Market For (The Bank Owned) 61 Fair Avenue In Bernal?

A Bernal Heights single-family (with in-law in the basement) sales comp in May of 2006 at $980,000, 61 Fair Avenue was bought back by the bank in December of 2008 for $949,862 (suggesting a bit less than 20% was put down). Tenant occupied with “protection status undetermined” (which could... Read More »

306 Mullen Avenue Closes Escrow (And James Loses His Wager)

306 Mullen Avenue Closes Escrow (And James Loses His Wager)

We’re not sure if anybody heeded our advice and accepted james’ wager (“i’d give you 100.00 if anyone offers over 1.5 for it”), but the sale of 306 Mullen Avenue closed escrow yesterday with a reported contract price of 2.15 (million). That’s $145,000 under asking and an “official” 49... Read More »

Modern Architecture Is Back On The Market Up On Mullen (306)

Modern Architecture Is Back On The Market Up On Mullen (306)

The modern home at 306 Mullen is back on the market (or more accurately the MLS). And while the staging, photos, and official days on the market have changed (and it appears that Nelly is no longer), the list price remains the same ($2,295,000). Read More »

Back On The Market (But Not The MLS) In Bernal Heights: 330 Banks

Back On The Market (But Not The MLS) In Bernal Heights: 330 Banks

On the market without finding a buyer at $649,000 last fall, 330 Banks is back on the market (but not the MLS) with a list price of $599,000. Included in the sale are approved plans to add an additional “art studio” and half-bath on first floor. And while it’s... Read More »