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Foreclosure Foreshadowing In The Mission

Foreclosure Foreshadowing In The Mission

A plugged-in tipster reports that the single-story building at 668 Guerrero Street in the Mission, just down the street from Tartine, was foreclosed upon and sold for $2,481,000 in cash on the courthouse steps Monday.  That’s $194,198.96 more than the lenders were owed. And while plans have yet to... Read More »

Headed To The Courthouse Steps For $219K

Headed To The Courthouse Steps For $219K

The dilapidated single-family home at 1408 19th Avenue has seen better days, with front steps that have been in a state of disrepair since at least 2002. In and out of default since 2010, a foreclosure auction is scheduled for the 1,812-square-foot home tomorrow morning, August 11, with $218,745.92... Read More »

Bank Aims To Double Its Money On Tenderloin Foreclosure

Bank Aims To Double Its Money On Tenderloin Foreclosure

Purchased for $308,000 in 2005, the 520-square-foot studio #1006 at The Hamilton (631 O’Farrell) in the Tenderloin was remodeled with marble counters and new cabinetry in the kitchen. And in August of 2012, the studio was taken back by the bank in a foreclosure auction with no bidders at... Read More »

Foreclosed Upon, Trashed And Back For $3.5 Million

Foreclosed Upon, Trashed And Back For $3.5 Million

On the market as an unfinished spec home with 7,000 square feet of space in the Oakland Hills for $2.65 million in 2009, 13383 Campus Drive failed to sell and was subsequently foreclosed upon (and trashed). Listed in need of “some work” for $1.3 million in 2013, and with tags... Read More »

Foreclosed-Upon Inner Sunset Home Sells For Sub-2005 Price

Foreclosed-Upon Inner Sunset Home Sells For Sub-2005 Price

Purchased for $765,000 in December of 2005, the 1,500 square-foot single-family home at 1554 19th Avenue was foreclosed upon last July and listed by the bank’s agent for $1,017,500 this past December. Six price cuts later, the asking price was down to $699,000 in May.  And yesterday, the sale of... Read More »

Foreclosed Upon Inner Sunset Home Down To Sub-2005 Price

Foreclosed Upon Inner Sunset Home Down To Sub-2005 Price

Purchased for $765,000 in December of 2005, the 1,500 square-foot single-family home at 1554 19th Avenue was foreclosed upon last July and listed by the bank’s agent for $1,017,500 this past December. And with six price cuts over the past five months, the list price for the Inner Sunset home... Read More »

Foreclosed Upon Five Months Ago, The Bank Seeks To Cash Out

Foreclosed Upon Five Months Ago, The Bank Seeks To Cash Out

Purchased for $765,000 in 2005, the 1,500 square-foot single-family home at 1554 19th Avenue returned to the market in mid-2008 listed for $799,000 but failed to sell. Three years later, the property was listed as a “short sale” with prices ranging from $560,000 to $465,000.  But once again, it... Read More »

Foreclosed Upon SF Mansion Flipped For A Few Million More

Foreclosed Upon SF Mansion Flipped For A Few Million More

Purchased for $3,875,000 at the end of 2007, the nearly 8,000-square-foot Victorian at 21 Buena Vista Avenue East, which features 22 remodeled rooms, 1,700 square feet of private gallery space, and a cellar for 3,000 bottles of wine, returned to the market last year listed for $6,500,000, was reduced to $5,900,000 and briefly... Read More »

Looking For A Brick And Timber SoMa Warehouse To Call Home?

Looking For A Brick And Timber SoMa Warehouse To Call Home?

While currently only permitted for office use, the 2,760-square-foot brick and timber SoMa warehouse at 32 Heron Street has been seismically retrofitted and outfitted with two bedrooms, a designer kitchen, hardwood floors and a two-car garage behind the roll-up door which is just down the street from the LEVYdance... Read More »

Defaults Are Down In Every Bay Area County, Except One

Notices of default and formal foreclosure proceedings for homeowners across the nine-county Bay Area have dropped to their lowest level in over eight years.  But there’s one Bay Area country in which default activity has been ticking up over the past year. Having dropped by an average of 19.5... Read More »