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Loft Style Living In Pacific Heights

Loft Style Living In Pacific Heights

If you have a hankering for loft style living, but want a Pacific Heights address, you might consider taking a look at 2140 Bush. It’s an old-school style loft building (i.e., industrial conversion versus new construction) and sits just a half block off of Fillmore. The only unit currently... Read More »

Bonuses At The Beacon

Bonuses At The Beacon

So while it’s not fifty percent, forty-three percent of the current re-sale listings for 260 King Street (The Beacon) have seen at least one price reduction. Unit #369 is advertising its “Final Price Reduction!” (there have been three) and “Need to Sell Soon!” (it’s been on the market for... Read More »

Going Once, Going Twice…

Going Once, Going Twice…

Somehow we missed it when the price on 1200 Indiana was reduced another $200,000 (so many reductions, so little time…), and now it just might be too late. As Greg & Garrett note, it’s back in contract. [We just hope the new buyers aren’t counting on that $11,500 per... Read More »

The Cost Coming Down?

The Cost Coming Down?

Perhaps some homeowners (or agents…) in zip code 94114 (Noe Valley/Castro) let that 2005 Forbes ranking go to their heads. Or perhaps fewer properties are being “reasonably priced” in 2006. Either way, as of today, fifty percent of the single family homes listed in 94114 are now sporting a... Read More »

Welcome Back Sweet 519 Natoma

Welcome Back Sweet 519 Natoma

Perhaps Zephyr’s loss is your gain. 519 Natoma is back on the market with BJ Droubi, and while the location hasn’t changed and it’s still a TIC, the prices on the four units have been reduced from $30K to $70K. We’re fans of the renovation, and if the glamour... Read More »

1081 Pine Street Redux

1081 Pine Street Redux

1081 Pine Street is back on the market (or at least the MLS), has been reduced another $70,000 (now listed at $1,325,000), and is “On Tour as New.” And thanks to our research department (i.e., Google), we just discovered the original marketing site (floor plans!) for the entire building,... Read More »

Even More Value At The Lansing!

It appears that The Lansing (“Where quality meets value!”) recently (i.e., yesterday) joined the Watermark, 776 Tehama, and 69 Clementina in discounting prices on brand-new condominiums. According to ZipRealty, the list prices for units #305 and #410 in The Lansing were reduced by $31K and $25K respectively. ∙ The... Read More »

Opportunity, Funk, And The Color Purple

Back in April, 2415 Van Ness #606 was advertised as a “rare opportunity” but failed to sell at $549,000. We’re hoping they used the past couple of months to remodel, because it’s back on the market, it’s still being advertised as a “rare opportunity,” and it’s now $579,000. Speaking... Read More »

What’s After Anxious?

What’s After Anxious?

According to the listing for 855 Oak Street, the “Seller anxious!” That might explain the $701,000 (41%) price cut a month ago (and yet it’s still on the market). ∙ Listing: 855 Oak Street – $999,000 Read More »

Irony Or Foreshadowing?

Irony Or Foreshadowing?

It probably didn’t seem quite so ironic to have originally included “Sellers to remain on the property at no cost until 9/29” in the listing for 1141-1145 Filbert. But after two months on the market, and a $1,250,000 (25%) reduction, it’s looking like the sellers just might have an... Read More »