Monthly Archives: March 2012

Corona Heights Renovation Creates Hot Luxury Home

Corona Heights Renovation Creates Hot Luxury Home

Just unleashed upon the luxury market is 446 Roosevelt, a good-lookin’ Spanish-Mediterranean home with all the trappings.

The previous owners gutted the place, but the project went awry and the property was sold as a to-the-studs development opportunity in July 2011 for $1.3M. The current owners picked up the ball and finished the renovation. Now listed for $2,565,000, the 3,000-square foot property features 4BRs/4BAs and continues to benefit from massive curb appeal. Continue Reading

Luxury Market Revels in Cash Sales

Luxury Market Revels in Cash Sales

It’s no secret that the trend in sought-after neighborhoods like Noe Valley is for buyers to pay cash for a home—and that doesn’t mean getting a discount, either.

The latest bidding war occurred for a renovated Victorian at 1566 Sanchez. The 5BR/4BA home had LEED Platinum certification and was listed for $2,395,000 (see photo, left). Continue Reading

SF Condo Sales Prices Up, House Prices Down

Condo sales prices in San Francisco increased 9.4% in the past 180 days, according to the latest Zephyr MarketTracker. The median price was $622,500.

Surprisingly, that wasn’t much less than the median single-family home price, which was $669,000. Our sales data roundup includes citywide individual sales that took place in the past 21 days across all property categories.

Thinking of trading up into a luxury home? Take a look at an excellent selection of properties. Plus, the deal behind why backed out of its Mission Bay campus plans.

It’s all here in the latest Zephyr MarketTracker!

Hot House of the Week: Mission Vic on South Van Ness

Hot House of the Week: Mission Vic on South Van Ness

Whenever you’re talking real estate in The Mission, it’s important to consider outdoor space because The Mission has some of the best weather in the city. And the 3BR/2BA, 1575-square foot Victorian with the sweet yard (above) at 736 South Van Ness has it goin’ on. (List price: $799,000) Continue Reading

What You Can Buy: Condos for Easy South Bay Commutes

I have quite a few buyer clients right now who work at tech companies like Facebook, eBay, Google and Yahoo and who also want to live in San Francisco. Because let’s face it, there’s not a lot to do in the suburbs after dark (unless you enjoy happy hour at Chevy’s). I thought I’d showcase a few condos in neighborhoods that work well for Peninsula commuting, whether by tech shuttle, car, or Caltrain. Continue Reading

Just Sold: 1126-1128 Masonic

Just Sold: 1126-1128 Masonic

My clients just closed escrow this week on this fabulous three-unit building on Masonic at Haight. The property has a large three-bedroom owner’s unit, as well as one-bedroom and two-bedroom units on the top floor. Continue Reading

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Zephyr Real Estate


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Home Buyer Boot Camp 2016

Hosted by Inside San Francisco Real Estate Blogger-Realtor Eileen Bermingham

We’ll cover:

How to secure financing

What’s happening in the market

How to win the property you want

What happens after you go in contract.

Saturday, October 8th

10:00am – Noon

4040 24th St @ Noe

RSVP by 10/6 to Eileen at