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Linea Releases Pricing, Spotlight on Noe Valley

One of the hottest new condo developments is Linea, a 115-unit property at Market and Buchanan. The building is situated on the cusp of Mission Dolores, Hayes Valley, the Castro and Duboce Triangle. In the latest MarketTracker, we survey pricing on all the various units (hint: we’re talking $1,000+/sq ft).

We also focus on Noe Valley and the variety of housing available there, and give you a snapshot of some cool events and activities coming up this summer in San Francisco.

And this is probably not news, but sales prices are up over the past six months from 10-19%, depending on property type. Check out the details and recent sales, too!

It’s all here in this edition of the Zephyr MarketTracker.

What You Can Buy: Below the Median Price in Noe Valley

Noe Valley can be a tough nut to crack for many buyers, especially those looking for single-family homes. There’s a very high demand for the location, due to the proximity to public transportation, freeways, overall street appeal, and the plethora of shops and restaurants. It’s no surprise that the median house price in the neighborhood from June  – November 2011 was $1,385,502. I thought it might be helpful to take a look at a trio of homes currently on the market for less than the median price. Continue Reading

Pie-in-the-Sky Pricing Not Working in 2010

There was a time when sellers could say, “I’ll sell my house if I can get [insert crazy price here],” and buyers would pay it. Perhaps these buyers had gotten caught up in the housing boom, weren’t consulting comprehensive pricing sources, or were working with an out-of-area agent who was equally misinformed. It was all very pie-in-the-sky, and sellers benefitted immensely from the proceedings. Continue Reading

How’s the Market In: Noe Valley

The reality about the San Francisco housing market is that there are multiple micro markets that experience their own local activity. I’m often asked by current/prospective clients, friends, and neighbors how particular neighborhoods are faring in the current economy. And with that, a new regular feature is born. Continue Reading

Another Noe Valley Flip Hits the Market

Another Noe Valley Flip Hits the Market

I’ve been watching the 1381 Sanchez renovation in Noe Valley between 27th St. & Cesar Chavez along my dog-walking route since the house changed hands as a fixer back in May 2008 for $1,005,000.

The price paid back then seemed reasonable for a future owner occupier to pay for the location, architectural style, and lot size. Continue Reading

Pick Your Dream on Day Street

There’s something for everyone over on Day Street, in Upper Noe Valley—depending upon your budget, and your dream.

For the inner contractor in you, consider 324 Day, a renovation project stopped dead in its tracks:

Unfortunately, construction was halted and the property is being foreclosed upon. This is a Victorian single-family home with permits issued for adding a bedroom, bathroom and office on the ground floor; remodeling a bathroom and adding a bathroom; converting a bedroom to a living room, living room to dining room; adding rear deck and stairs to yard. List price: $760,000 (but “bring your best offer, don’t worry about the list price,” says the listing agent). Continue Reading

Dominos on Dolores

Dominos on Dolores

The first of the condos in the three-unit building at 1583-1585-1587 Dolores at 29th Street in Upper Noe Valley went on the market in April—the 3BR/1BA top unit at 1583 Dolores. It was listed at $869,000, but has since been reduced to $799,000. There isn’t parking in the building, but the seller has secured leased parking at $200 per month.

The lower unit at 1587 Dolores tossed up its For Sale sign a month later, offering the sidewalk-level, 1BR/1BA unit with no parking prospects for $549,000, only to be reduced later to $479,000. Continue Reading

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