CFAH

Articles Recently Tagged: Foreclosure Auctions

(47 posts)
Purchased Last Year, Foreclosed upon Last Week

Purchased Last Year, Foreclosed upon Last Week

Listed for “$699,000” early last year, or roughly $450 per square foot in an area where single-family homes had been selling for 75 percent more, it shouldn’t be too shocking that the “spacious Miraloma Park home with panoramic San Francisco Bay VIEWS ready for renovation!” at 701 Teresita Boulevard... Read More »

Foreclosure Foreshadowing In The Mission

Foreclosure Foreshadowing In The Mission

A plugged-in tipster reports that the single-story building at 668 Guerrero Street in the Mission, just down the street from Tartine, was foreclosed upon and sold for $2,481,000 in cash on the courthouse steps Monday.  That’s $194,198.96 more than the lenders were owed. And while plans have yet to... Read More »

Headed to the Courthouse Steps for $219K

Headed to the Courthouse Steps for $219K

The dilapidated single-family home at 1408 19th Avenue has seen better days, with front steps that have been in a state of disrepair since at least 2002. In and out of default since 2010, a foreclosure auction is scheduled for the 1,812-square-foot home tomorrow morning, August 11, with $218,745.92... Read More »

The Rare Exception Or Foreshadowing Of Things To Come?

The Rare Exception Or Foreshadowing Of Things To Come?

Purchased for $1.3 million in 2013 and extensively remodeled since, the buyer of the Potrero Hill home at 837 Wisconsin Street appears to be around $200K past due on his accumulated loans and the property is scheduled to hit the courthouse steps this afternoon with $2.2 million in debt... Read More »

Ironically Dubbed “Sequoia House” On The Market For $2.6M

Ironically Dubbed “Sequoia House” On The Market For $2.6M

Purchased as a half-finished project for $951,000 in cash on the courthouse steps in early 2014, the Upper Market home at 3066 Market Street has just returned to the market in a fully-finished state and listed for $2,595,000 ($1,040 per square foot). While Maven Investments was planning to chop... Read More »

611 Tax-Defaulted Properties In San Francisco Facing Public Auction

611 Tax-Defaulted Properties In San Francisco Facing Public Auction

While mostly timeshares but including houses, condos and undeveloped parcels of land, including the Telegraph Hill parcel facing the Filbert Street steps outlined above, there are currently over 600 properties in San Francisco which have been in a tax-defaulted state for over five years and which the City’s Tax... Read More »

Foreclosures In San Francisco Peaked In 2012, Set To Fall In 2013

Over 500 properties were foreclosed upon in San Francisco over the past year, up 27 percent from 2011 and 10 percent higher than in 2010, the previous high-water mark for homes being taken back by the bank. By our counts, roughly 41 percent of San Francisco foreclosures occurred in... Read More »

Postcard Row On The Courthouse Steps

Postcard Row On The Courthouse Steps

As we wrote about the San Francisco Postcard Row home at 722 Steiner in 2010: First listed for $3,999,999 in February, reduced a few times, and last asking $3,199,000 before being withdrawn from the MLS in , 722 Steiner has been relisted asking $2,950,000. And the listing now... Read More »

It’s Time To Acquire A New Garage Up In Pacific Heights

It’s Time To Acquire A New Garage Up In Pacific Heights

Once again, previous owners of the Pacific Heights home at 1945 Franklin Street have included Nicholas Cage and Patricia Arquette. And as plugged-in people know, the infamous Excalibur with “ACQUIRE” license plates currently resides in the garage. As we reported when 1945 Franklin was scheduled to be un-acquired on... Read More »

Calling All Billionaires Looking To Build Something Big On Broadway

Calling All Billionaires Looking To Build Something Big On Broadway

As we first reported in August, the development plans for the verdant vacant lot at 1000 Broadway were recently dusted off having lain relatively dormant for the past six years. While the construction of three new buildings averaging over 5,000 square feet a piece upon the parcel was first... Read More »