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SF Market on Track in New Year

It’s been a challenging time for all real estate markets, and San Francisco felt its own pain throughout most of 2009. But buyers and sellers were doing substantial business in the fourth quarter of last year, pointing to a definite housing recovery in the city. Continue Reading

SF Market Shifts Gears, For the Better

It’s been a challenging first half of 2009 in the San Francisco real estate market. But signs abound that indicate a shift for the better.

Take July, for instance—a good barometer for what to expect for the next half of the year. 235 single-family homes sold in July alone. And the luxury market even picked up speed. Of the 235 homes, 29 were sold for more than $1.5M, including five for above $5M. Multiple-offer scenarios and all-cash offers were reported by many agents, lending credence to my belief that there is still considerable money coming into San Francisco. Continue Reading

Mission Terrace Foreclosure Gets 30+ Offers

Mission Terrace Foreclosure Gets 30+ Offers

Within days of coming on the market at $586,575 last week, the 4BR/2BA 1930s home with 1766 square feet located at 1 Navajo, in Mission Terrace garnered more than 30 offers.

Obviously, those who need more than two bedrooms in San Francisco are actively seeking homes and are ready to pounce when the price is right. And this location within Mission Terrace is close to the BART & Muni stations, making it more attractive. Of course, an individual seller not involved in a short sale or foreclosure would probably never price his/her home this low. So buyers looking for deals will still have to rely on foreclosures to make their dreams happen.

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