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A Parkside Single-Family Home Today (For A Little Less Than Then)

A Parkside Single-Family Home Today (For A Little Less Than Then)

If you purchased a single-family home in 2006 in District 2, or more specifically around 27th Avenue in Parkside, there’s a decent chance that 2100 27th Avenue was one of your, your agent’s, or your appraiser’s “comps.” Unfortunately 2100 27th Avenue is now owned by the bank. And while... Read More »

Apples to Apples: Pacific Heights Single-Family (2679 California)

Apples to Apples: Pacific Heights Single-Family (2679 California)

From a plugged-in tipster: 2679 California was purchased on 10/21/2005 for $2,850,000, listed on 2/21/08 for $2,995,000, and closed escrow on 4/2/08 for $3,005,000. Assuming all work was permitted, the only major improvements from 10/05 to 4/08 consisted of a few new windows and siding, and the average annual... Read More »

The Apple Is Picked Over At 480 Duncan: The Recap And The Result

The Apple Is Picked Over At 480 Duncan: The Recap And The Result

The recap: Nice single-family home in Noe Valley. Purchased for $2,265,000 seventeen months ago (10/31/2006), listed for $2,249,000 one month ago, pending after 12 days. The result: 480 Duncan closed escrow on 4/3/08 with a reported contract price of $2,200,000 (2.2% under asking and 2.9% under its last sale... Read More »

Apples To Apples To Be In Pacific Heights: 2243 Franklin Street

Apples To Apples To Be In Pacific Heights: 2243 Franklin Street

Having last changed hands on 5/31/07 for $1,250,500 this apple has barely had a chance to ripen. Nonetheless, it’s back on the tree and looking to be picked. Granted, 2243 Franklin is on a busy street. But then again, it’s no busier than it was ten months ago. And... Read More »

Another Modern Apple Is Up On The Noe Valley Tree: 576 30th Street

Another Modern Apple Is Up On The Noe Valley Tree: 576 30th Street

If you’re still kicking yourself for missing 576 30th Street when it was listed for $2,195,000 in October of 2006, here’s a second chance. Yes, fifteen months after closing escrow for $2,125,000, it’s back on the market today. And they’re asking $2,195,000. Modern. Single-family. Noe Valley. It’s time to... Read More »

Victorian Character, Updated Floor Plan, And A Little History To Boot

Victorian Character, Updated Floor Plan, And A Little History To Boot

1900 Green offers Victorian character (both inside and out) but with an updated floor plan and modern amenities; four wood burning fireplaces (including two in the master suite above); and side-by-side parking for three cars (with an easy stroll down to Union/Chestnut, or even over to Fillmore/Polk, so that... Read More »

Going Once, Going Twice (For Real?*) At Shore|Line: 41 Federal #42

Going Once, Going Twice (For Real?*) At Shore|Line: 41 Federal #42

From a list price of $939,000 to $869,000 to $850,000 to $830,000 to $813,400 to $797,150 to an auction this Wednesday (3/26/08) at 4:15 PM. As you might recall, 41 Federal #42 had been offered by the developer for $850,000 sixteen (16) months ago before being purchased and then... Read More »

Apples To Apples: 3342 Divisadero (2 Bedroom Condo In The Marina)

Apples To Apples: 3342 Divisadero (2 Bedroom Condo In The Marina)

It’s a top floor, two-bedroom, and seismically retrofitted condo with 2 car parking in the Marina. Its list price was recently reduced $46,000 (3.6%) after just over a month on the market. And a sale at its current list price of $1,249,000 would represent annual appreciation of 4.4% since... Read More »

Not Overheard Everyday (Again): Five Months After Closing, It’s Back

Not Overheard Everyday (Again): Five Months After Closing, It’s Back

Six months ago it was on the market for $1,695,000 and caught our attention for two reasons: 1. the design of the central staircase/fireplace, and 2. it had changed hands 17 months prior for what we assume was a pre-remodel price of $1,300,000. And while 1420 Douglass ended up... 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 »