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Pricing Versus Reality

Pricing Versus Reality

As we outlined back in April: Purchased for $2.4 million in September of 2018, the two-bedroom, two-bath unit #40E near the top of the Infinity tower at 338 Spear Street, a 1,588-square-foot unit which features an open floor plan, large bedroom suite, two private decks, panoramic views and a... Read More »

Newfound Transparency Near the Top of an Infinity Tower

Newfound Transparency Near the Top of an Infinity Tower

Purchased for $2.4 million in September of 2018, the two-bedroom, two-bath unit #40E near the top of the Infinity tower at 338 Spear Street, a 1,588-square-foot unit which features an open floor plan, large bedroom suite, two private decks, panoramic views and a parking spot in the building’s garage... Read More »

Officially 25 Percent “Over Asking!” in Bernal Heights, But…

Officially 25 Percent “Over Asking!” in Bernal Heights, But…

As we outlined last month, the “epic” Bernal Heights view home at 149 Bradford Street, which was purchased for $2.25 million in April of 2018, having been newly expanded and remodeled, returned to the market this past January listed for “$1,995,000.”   The three-bedroom, two-bath home is outfitted with... Read More »

Apples-to-Apples Versus Index for that “Miraloma Stunner”

Apples-to-Apples Versus Index for that “Miraloma Stunner”

As we outlined last month: Purchased by an interesting group of investors for $1,152,000 in July of 2015, the 1,550-square-foot Miraloma Park home with panoramic views and expansion potential at 701 Teresita Boulevard was foreclosed upon in June of 2016, selling for $942,000 in cash on the courtyard steps,... Read More »

If You Think You Know Bernal, Now’s the Time to Tell

If You Think You Know Bernal, Now’s the Time to Tell

Purchased for $2.25 million in April of 2018, having been newly expanded and remodeled, the Bernal Heights view home at 149 Bradford Street returned to the market three weeks ago listed for “$1,995,000,” a sale above which would be considered to be “over asking,” or an “overbid,” according to... Read More »