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The Potrero’s New New Approach: Soliciting Minimum Sealed Bids

It appears as though The Potrero’s closeout offer of an additional $25,000 off already reduced prices of as much as $90,000 (11%) didn’t do the trick last month on those ten remaining homes. From the sales office today: The Potrero will begin accepting sealed bids Friday, November 21, 2008... Read More »

Price Cuts Of Up To 30% At Symphony Towers (750 Van Ness)

Plugged-in people knew the cuts were coming. And as one reports, they’re here. Prices at Symphony Towers (750 Van Ness) have been reduced by up to 30% or $136,000. A few examples: ∙ 750 Van Ness #T-405 (1/1) – $399,000 (was $535,000) ∙ 750 Van Ness #T-601 (1/1) –... Read More »

Here Comes The Sun: San Francisco’s Solar Subsidy Program Adopted

It was six months in the making and now it’s an ordinance. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors have passed the Solar Energy Incentive Program which provides incentives ranging from $3,000 to $6,000 for the installation of photovoltaic systems on residential properties (1kw minimum) and incentives of up to... Read More »

“A” Final Release (And “Substantially” Reduced Prices) At The Potrero

“A” Final Release (And “Substantially” Reduced Prices) At The Potrero

From a plugged-in tipster: “On Sunday, March 30th, The Potrero will release all remaining homes in the north building at substantially reduced prices.” Unfortunately no word on exactly what constitutes “substantially” (although it was in italics and underlined…), nor an exact count on how many condos remain unsold in... Read More »

A New Incentive At The Potrero: Six Months No Mortgage Payment

The Potrero is about roll out a new buyer’s “incentive program” (just don’t call it a reduction) for remaining one-bedroom condos. According to the SFCAHomes Blog, it’s going to be “six months of paid mortgage payments.” And although we haven’t been privy to all the details, we’re estimating the... Read More »

Change Of Heart, Cash Crunch, Or A Condo Sitter Gone Crazy?

Change Of Heart, Cash Crunch, Or A Condo Sitter Gone Crazy?

If you happen to be out of town and recognize this kitchen as your own, you might want to touch base with your condo sitter (or perhaps the police) posthaste. For it’s a plugged-in tipster that finds the following on Craigslist: I have a modern kitchen by Pedini for... Read More »

A Price Guarantee From (And Proof Of Price Reductions At) Esprit Park

While the Homes on Esprit Park website was originally advertising 1 bedroom, 1.5 bath homes from the “Upper $600,000’s,” we note that it now reads from the “Low $600,000’s.” And in fact, according to a sales office email forwarded from a plugged-in tipster, they are now starting “around $626,000.”... Read More »

Is It Better To Be A Buyer Or A Broker At The Montgomery?

Is It Better To Be A Buyer Or A Broker At The Montgomery?

While the sales office at The Montgomery is offering potential buyers who attend their November 17th open house and sales event (from 12 to 3) “a chance to win a $500 Whole Foods gift certificate!” (must be present to win), they’re offering brokers who put a buyer “into contract... Read More »

The Latest Reminder That Your Neighbor Got A Deal: That Damn Vespa

The Latest Reminder That Your Neighbor Got A Deal: That Damn Vespa

While the free cars of 767 Bryant didn’t seem to get results (or even much reader respect), the sales team at 733 Front street is rolling out the Vespas. From a plugged-in tipster: “There is no better way to enjoy Jackson Square than on the back of a Vespa.... Read More »

New Incentives (And Effective Reductions) At 733 Front Street

While last month we noted evidence of price reductions on a few of the smaller condos at 733 Front Street, today we note effective reductions on a few of the larger (“select junior one- and one-bedroom”) units in the form of a new “Holiday” incentive: 733 Front will cover... Read More »