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Checking Out Q1 House Averages

With volumes and prices down, the first quarter of the year opened with a whimper. Buyers were reluctant to make purchase decisions, and sellers held back from putting their homes on the market.

Most neighborhood averages were below $1M. That just supports my theory that the most popular price range continues to be $400,000-$900,000. Here’s a look at how single-family homes fared in a variety of neighborhoods: Continue Reading

TICs vs. Condos on 3rd Ave

TICs vs. Condos on 3rd Ave

My broker tour brought me to Third Avenue between Balboa and Cabrillo this week, to check out two TICs and one condo all listed in a similar price range. 673 3rd (above) is a 2+BR/2BA Edwardian TIC, listed at $895,000. This top-floor unit has been recently renovated, and is about 1725 square feet. Continue Reading

Market Update: The Richmond

A mix of single-family homes and multi-unit buildings, the Richmond district saw a fair amount of two- to three-bedroom property sales in the last quarter. Here’s a look at the price averages in each area of the district.

Inner Richmond
Single-Family Homes
3BR: $1,166,250 (2 sold)

Condos
2BR: $810,000 (1 sold)
Take note: The only condo that sold in the Inner Richmond last quarter actually sold for above the $765,000 asking price. And it closed after October’s stock market crash. Go figure.

Central Richmond
Single-Family Homes
2BR: $801,250 (4 sold)
3BR: $1,075,000 (5 sold)
Take note:Where else can you get a 3BR/2.5BA, two-story Edwardian with 2,000+ square feet for the price of a luxury condo elsewhere in the city? Such a home sold at its $1,250,000 asking price on 25th Ave and Cabrillo in early December.

Condos
2BR: $798,333 (3 sold)
Take note: Two of these condo sales took place in the same newly converted, two-unit building on 16th Ave and Balboa. The top-floor unit was listed at $779,000 and sold for $800,000; it included a sunroom and deeded bonus room & storage. Parking was tandem.

Outer Richmond
Single-Family Homes
2BR: $625,000
3BR: $865,500 (5 sold)
Take note: A pretty decent 2BR/1BA home sold for $550,000 at Balboa and 43rd Avenue. Good deal.

Condos: None sold

Check back tomorrow for a look at Pacific Heights, Cow Hollow and the Marina.

Get in touch:

Eileen Bermingham

Corcoran Global Living

415.823.4656

eileen@insidesfre.com

DRE# 01352627

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