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House & Condo Prices Rise, TIC Market Picks Up

Yes, it’s true. Single-family home and condo sales are up 11% in the past six months, with days on market decreasing to 11.5% and 22%, respectively. Good news for those property owners who are thinking of putting their homes on the market in the Fall.

This week’s MarketTracker Report takes a look at these stats, as well as the slow and steady rise of the TIC market. We also highlight three cool TICs and turn the spotlight on NoPa so you can get a sense for what this North Panhandle neighborhood offers.

Plus, the most recent citywide sales and more! It’s all here in the Zephyr MarketTracker.

Plenty of Inventory at NoPa’s Petrini Place

The 134-unit Village at Petrini Place complex at 2001 McAllister and Central experienced a burst of inventory last week, when four condos went on the market almost simultaneously. Those units joined the three that were already on the market. So if you’re a qualified buyer, the sellers at Petrini Place would love you to stop by.Continue Reading

How’s the Market In: NoPa

“NoPa” and “NoPa market” have been popping up quite frequently lately in my blog stat search terms. That means many of you are looking for info on the subject, so it’s time to let you all know what’s going on in the North Panhandle neck of the woods.Continue Reading

NoPa Renovation = Two Luxury Condos

NoPa Renovation = Two Luxury Condos

The low-key, pale blue 2BR/1BA single-family home above on Broderick between Hayes and Grove was sold in 2005 for $910,000 (listed at $799,000 at the time). It’s now resurfacing as two luxury condos with a far different exterior:

Welcome to the new incarnation of 526-528 Broderick. We now have 526 Broderick’s 1776-square foot, 4BR/3.5BA, two-level lower unit listed at $1,150,000. And upstairs is 528 Broderick, which is a 3BR/2.5BA, 1383-square foot unit all on one level.Continue Reading

3BRs for Under $800k in NoPa, Cole Valley

Two condos I saw this week struck me as being good values for their asking prices:

452017th4520 17th Street is a 1352-square foot 3BR/2BA top-floor unit on two levels. It features two patios, a common fitness area, and low $152 HOA dues. There’s parking and storage, and views from the front patio. Located almost at the top of 17th Street, the property is not far from the Castro and Cole Valley’s retail area. List price: $789,000.Continue Reading

A Heavenly Kitchen

A Heavenly Kitchen

I stopped in at 542-546 Central in the North Panhandle during my broker tour this week.

This is a three-unit building involving an upper unit priced at $835,000, and a lower flat listed at $760,000. Both units share an interest in a third, ground-floor unit that is being viewed as rental property.Continue Reading

Condo Prices Hold Steady

Condo sales volumes were minimal in comparison to past first quarters, but again, prices held up. Areas such as Potrero Hill were given a boost by new construction buildings aimed at first-time home buyers. Once again, the mid-market selling range was king. Here’s a look at how some neighborhoods fared that cater to condo buyers:Continue Reading

New Twist on TICs in NoPa

New Twist on TICs in NoPa

Got a three-unit building you want to sell, but don’t want to tread the choppy waters of the multi-unit TIC ocean? Take a tip from the sellers over at 215-217 Cole in the North Panhandle: Create an “airspace” subdivision of a three-unit building. Turn the top unit into Parcel A, and designate it a planned unit development, or PUD. Continue Reading

Get in touch:

Eileen Bermingham

Zephyr Real Estate

415.823.4656

ebermingham@zephyrsf.com

BRE# 01352627

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