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Cash Sales Decline in SF Corona Market

Cash Sales Decline in SF Corona Market

Cash buyers appear to be receding into the background these days as the San Francisco market adjusts to corona’s financial fallout.

It wasn’t so long ago that a quarter of single-family home and condo buyers paid cash. However, cash sales represented only 14% of all house and 12% of condo transactions from April to early August. Continue Reading

Close With Cash, Then Take Out a Loan

A quarter of all San Francisco sales in San Francisco are financed with cash, and I’ve represented my share of cash buyers this year. But it may be a sound financial strategy to take out a mortgage on the property after you close escrow. The process is called “delayed purchase financing.” Continue Reading

Sunset, Pacific Heights Hot Spots for Cash Sales in 2017

Almost a quarter of this year’s single-family homes and condos were purchased by cash buyers, with neighborhoods like the Sunset, Parkside and Pacific Heights seeing the most such sales.

The Sunset and Parkside have been going full speed this year as house buyers priced out of the more interior neighborhoods head west in search of their next home.

Noe and Eureka Valley single-family homes were also big cash magnets, where sales ranged from $2,000,000-$5,000,000. However, such buyers also scooped up houses for $1,000,000 or less in the city’s southeastern neighborhoods of Bayview, Excelsior, Visitacion Valley, and Silver Terrace. Continue Reading

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