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Why Price-Per-Square-Foot Is a Shaky Data Point

Basing your offer price largely on square footage is not something I recommend doing. Though price-per-square foot is one of the most frequently referenced data points when it comes to San Francisco real estate, it’s a notoriously unreliable metric.

We live in a city that’s by no means cookie cutter. There’s no standardized square footage source. Sellers and listing agents quote square footage from past appraisals, tax records, and floor plan measurers, all of which can be very different. Continue Reading

Noe Houses, Cow Hollow Condos Lead Price Per Square Foot Pack

Heads up, San Francisco house hunters: If you’re looking to get into hot neighborhoods like Noe Valley, NoPa, and the Marina, be prepared to potentially pay more than $1,000/square foot.

Noe Valley has truly jumped the shark with its price per square foot average for single-family homes: It’s now just above $1400. And thanks to the new Amero condo development in Cow Hollow, that neighborhood’s price per square foot average leads the pack for condos in the city. Continue Reading

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