Still listed on the San Francisco Association of Realtors’ MLS last week as an “active listing” despite a plugged-in reader’s report that it had actually sold at foreclosure auction two weeks ago, today the MLS listing for 2151 Green Street was…withdrawn.
And if our reader’s source is correct, the buyer at $3,066,001 was…the person who sold it to the foreclosed upon party along with the adjoining empty lot for $9,000,000 in 2007.
Oh, and the listing for said lot now known as 2157 Green Street just went pending (last asking $4,200,000).
Did someone just effectively short the vaunted District 7 residential real estate market in San Francisco and pocket a few million by doing so?
∙ Reader Versus Realtor: Did 2151 Green Street Just Sell At Auction? [SocketSite]
∙ But Hey, $550,000 Is Simply A Rounding Error To A Proper Industrialist [SocketSite]
∙ Another District Seven Mansion Heads For Foreclosure (2151 Green) [SocketSite]
∙ The Scoop On 2157 Green Street (Could You See The Foreshadowing?) [SocketSite]
∙ San Francisco Real Estate Districts: Maps And Neighborhoods [SocketSite]