Articles Filed Under: Apples To Apples

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Cow Hollow Contemporary (And Apparent Foreclosure): 215 Moulton

Cow Hollow Contemporary (And Apparent Foreclosure): 215 Moulton

As a plugged-in tipster notes, 215 Moulton “in the heart of Cow Hollow” appears to have been bought back by the bank with a loan balance of $1,893,000 this past July. And while the contract price for its previous sale in November of 2007 doesn’t appear to be public,... Read More »

1515 Lyon: Now “Totally Upgraded” (And Asking A Little Less)

1515 Lyon: Now “Totally Upgraded” (And Asking A Little Less)

While it was a fairly clean apple six months ago when listed for $1,389,000 (or a few months later for $1,369,000), this single-family home (with off street parking) in Lower Pacific Heights has been “TOTALLY UPGRADED” since. That being said, the list price for 1515 Lyon has once again... Read More »

Despite The Palm Tree, It’s Francisco Court (And #5 Is On The Market)

Despite The Palm Tree, It’s Francisco Court (And #5 Is On The Market)

Purchased for $880,000 in October of 2005, this two bedroom (but only one bath) Francisco Court condo in District 8 (Russian Hill) is back on the market. And as a plugged-in reader notes, it’s currently listed for $865,000. One deeded parking spot. We’re guessing the $55,000 monthly HOAs are... Read More »

Plugged-In Readers Toss A Few Apples Onto Our Apple Cart

Plugged-In Readers Toss A Few Apples Onto Our Apple Cart

From one plugged-in reader in District 5: I can see this new listing from my home, so I am following it for many reasons and it may interest SocketSite : 632 Ashbury Street, between Haight and Waller. A lower, 2 bedroom flat in... Read More »

Nothing To See Here (Unless 2924 19th Avenue Was Once Your Comp)

Nothing To See Here (Unless 2924 19th Avenue Was Once Your Comp)

Once again, purchased for $1,030,000 in August of 2005 establishing a comp by which other neighborhood (District 3) single-family homes were priced and valued. 2924 19th Avenue returned to the market as a “short sale” at the beginning of August with a list price of $988,000. Reduced to $899,000.... Read More »

Bad Data In Bernal Heights Or Something Else Afoot? (152 Banks)

From the listing for 152 Banks in Bernal Heights: “New Owner – Reduced Price. Recently renovated with kithcen (sic) updates, hardwood flooring, and new windows. 2/1 upstairs – 1/1 downstairs.” From public records: purchased for $675,000 in July of 2005, sold in April of 2006 for $900,000. And while... Read More »

A Hayes Valleyish New Construction Apple On The Tree: 368 Elm #406

A Hayes Valleyish New Construction Apple On The Tree: 368 Elm #406

The sales office for 368 Elm Street on the edge of Hayes Valley first opened its doors in November of 2006. At the time, 368 Elm Street #406 was priced by the developer at $589,000. And it sold. Back on the market last month for $615,000, the list price... Read More »

Bank Owned (With Big Views For Now) At The Metropolitan (355 1st)

Bank Owned (With Big Views For Now) At The Metropolitan (355 1st)

Floor to ceiling windows with bridge and building views in the living room (at least for the time being). Stainless steel appliances and granite countertops in the kitchen. And now bank owned and asking $685 per square foot on high floor at The Metropolitan. Bragging rights to the first... Read More »

Another $1,000 A Day In “Built-In” Equity On Potrero Hill?

Purchased for $435,000 in July of 2005, the listing for 2225 23rd Street #310 has been advertising “Bank APPROVED SHORT SALE! JUST WRITE OFFER & CLOSE WITHIN 30 DAYS!! IMMEDIATE 10% BUILT-IN EQUITY!” for the past thirty days. Yesterday the list price was reduced from $363,000 to $333,000. Another... Read More »

Same Location And Size (And For The Most Part Price) As In 2005

Same Location And Size (And For The Most Part Price) As In 2005

Purchased for $633,000 in October of 2005, this Telegraph Hill single-family “cottage” failed to find a buyer when it was listed for $779,000 eighteen months ago. Back on the market in 2008. And now asking $629,000. No word on whether or not the fair market value of the “magical... Read More »