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Before And After In Portola With A Foreclosure In-Between

Before And After In Portola With A Foreclosure In-Between

The three-bedroom Portola District home at 401 Cambridge Street sold for $750,000 in August of 2005.  And in May of 2008, the property was foreclosed upon and re-sold for $499,878 in cash on the courthouse steps. Listed for $758,888 two months later as a “stunningly remodeled single family home,” the property re-sold for $691,000 in Read More »

From $1.4M Four Years Ago To $2.3M Today

From $1.4M Four Years Ago To $2.3M Today

Purchased for $1,945,000 in 2007, the modern Noe Valley home at 1420 Douglass Street was foreclosed upon in 2010 and re-sold  by the bank for $1,440,000 four years ago. Listed for “$1,795,000” three weeks ago, the sale of the three-bedroom home with an open floor plan divided by a familiar two-way fireplace and staircase has just closed escrow with a Read More »

Quintessential San Francisco Mansion Facing Foreclosure

Quintessential San Francisco Mansion Facing Foreclosure

Purchased for $3,875,000 at the end of 2007, the 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. Reduced to $5,900,000 and briefly marketed as a potential “Tech Incubator” Read More »

Noe Valley Cottage Scheduled To Hit The Courthouse Steps

Noe Valley Cottage Scheduled To Hit The Courthouse Steps

The little 600-square-foot cottage on a sliver of a Noe Valley lot at 543 30th Street was purchased for $665,000 ten years ago with what would appear to have been $5,000 down and $660,000 in debt. And in 2006, the property was refinanced with $791,920 in new loans. In default since 2009, at which point Read More »

That Bernal Heights Dwell-ing Fetches $1,197 Per Square Foot

That Bernal Heights Dwell-ing Fetches $1,197 Per Square Foot

The sale of the Bernal Heights Dwell-ing at 330 Banks Street closed escrow today with a reported contract price of $1,500,000 or roughly $1,197 per listed square foot. As we first wrote about the property when it hit the market last month having been purchased out of foreclosure for $450,000 in 2011, completely remodeled, and Read More »

Destined For Dwell(ing) In Bernal Heights

Destined For Dwell(ing) In Bernal Heights

Having sold for $700,000 in 2005 as a one-bedroom with 760 square feet, as plugged-in people were aware, the single-family Bernal Heights home at 330 Banks Street was foreclosed upon in 2010, was listed for $499,900 in early 2011 and re-sold for $450,000 that May. Having been completely remodeled, modernized, and now “fit for Dwell Read More »

The Infamous Dogpatch Party Pad At 1200 Indiana Street Is Back!

The Infamous Dogpatch Party Pad At 1200 Indiana Street Is Back!

With a cantilevered hot tub overlooking the water filled pool and islands of the living room, Greg Bronstein’s former Dogpatch party pad at 1200 Indiana was a candidate for best bachelor (or bachelorette) pad when on the market for a little over two million in 2006. Having been headed for foreclosure, the four thousand square Read More »

15 Acres Of San Francisco Bay Front Property Up For Grabs

15 Acres Of San Francisco Bay Front Property Up For Grabs

Possibly the largest privately held undeveloped land site fronting the San Francisco Bay, the 15-acre India Basin Shoreline parcel outlined in red above and known as 700 Innes Avenue is slated to hit the courthouse steps in San Francisco tomorrow having failed to sell under the supervision of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court with over $26 Read More »

CityPlace Parcels Lost To Foreclosure

As a plugged-in reader reports, the Market Street parcels upon which the approved CityPlace development was to be built between Fifth and Sixth Streets were just foreclosed upon and taken back by the bank. Read More »

A Concept, Revocation And Consequences For 48 Tehama

A Concept, Revocation And Consequences For 48 Tehama

A tenant at 543 Howard which is scheduled for foreclosure tomorrow, BAR Architects once sketched a concept for a 19-story mix-use building to rise at 48 Tehama, the approved office allocation for which was revoked for inaction, and the land for which is scheduled to hit the courthouse steps tomorrow as well by way of Read More »

One Rincon Hill Phase II Partnership Interests Headed For Foreclosure

As a plugged-in tipster notes, the 64 percent partnership interest held by Urban West Rincon Developers II, LLC in the One Rincon Hill Phase II Limited Partnership and the entire general partner interest held by Rincon Developers Phase II, LLC have been scheduled for a foreclosure sale down in Los Angeles on March 10. The Read More »

FBI Looks Into Auction Bid Rigging (And Shouldn’t Have To Look Far)

Speaking of foreclosure trends and activity in San Francisco, according to bureau spokeswoman Julie Sohn, “last week the FBI conducted interviews and executed search warrants through the entire Bay Area as part of a long-term investigation of anti-competitive practices at trustee sales of foreclosed homes.” The probe is shaking up the tight-knit world of investors Read More »

Noe Valley’s 1420 Douglass Closes At 26 Percent Under Its 2007 Price

Noe Valley’s 1420 Douglass Closes At 26 Percent Under Its 2007 Price

As we wrote in March 2008: Another plugged-in reader already stole our thunder (and pretty much all our lines), but to sum it all up: 1. Eight months ago 1420 Douglass was purchased for $1,945,000 ($250,000 over asking); 2. Two months ago it returned to the market with a list price of $2,095,000 (and a Read More »