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Mobile Barcode Technology Gives Buyers and Sellers a Boost

Remember the days when the most information you could access when driving past a home for sale was—maybe—a flyer in a plastic holder attached to the For Sale sign? They gave way to accessing Web sites on a smartphone, which isn’t always ideal because surprisingly, not every listing agent creates a property-specific Web site. And there’s only so much you can glean from your Redfin app. Continue Reading

Just Listed: Flower Market Loft in SoMa

Fresh on the market today, my new listing at 590 6th Street #309 in the Flower Market Loft building is an excellent, spacious unit with a flexible floor plan and wonderful natural light.

The main level features a guest/media room, washer/dryer, full bath, kitchen and dining/living space. There’s a master suite upstairs that leads to a deeded patio, as well as a separate office area. This is a loft, so rooms aren’t enclosed. But you definitely get distinct areas that will work for whatever living spaces you need. There’s also one-car parking and some adjacent storage.

List price is $649,000, and our first open is this Sunday, June 6th from 2:00-4:00. Stop by and say hello!

SFMOMA-Like SoMa Home at 464 Tehama Still Up For Grabs

The stark SoMa abode over at 464 Tehama is all buttoned up and still waiting for a suitor. It was listed in mid March for $3.6M, but no one has stepped forward yet. Designed by Jim Jennings & built by Ryan & Associates in 2002, the 4280-sq foot, two-story property features 3-4BRs, four bathrooms, as well as mahogany floors, moveable pocket walls, and wine cellar—all ensconced within 23-foot poured concrete walls. The property was last sold in 2007 for $3.2M. Continue Reading

The SoMa Cottage That Could

The SoMa Cottage That Could

Though its neighboring loft buildings have sandwiched it in, 334 Harriet stands proud on its small street between Folsom and Brannan. The 820-square foot cottage was built in 1910 and has all the trappings of the era (including very small bedrooms).

And the current owner even cared enough to remodel the cottage in 2007. It has a cute garden. But it lives in the shadows of taller, shinier properties. Last sold in October 2004 for $615,000, 334 Harriet has been on the market for about a month for $699,000.

You know, if I were in the market for a quintessential Victorian, and I had about $700,000 to spend, Harriet would be a nice alternative.

Deals Abound in SoMa

The South of Market neighborhood remains the go-to place for young professionals and empty nesters looking for affordable condos or lofts with reasonable homeowners association (HOA) dues. Continue Reading

Condo Prices Hold Steady

Condo sales volumes were minimal in comparison to past first quarters, but again, prices held up. Areas such as Potrero Hill were given a boost by new construction buildings aimed at first-time home buyers. Once again, the mid-market selling range was king. Here’s a look at how some neighborhoods fared that cater to condo buyers: Continue Reading

Loft Market Gets a Lift

Loft Market Gets a Lift

Listed most recently in January for $2,750,000, 650 2nd Street #502 closed escrow last week for $2,450,000 in an all-cash transaction.

This 4,190 square foot, 5BR/4BA has had an interesting ride over the past few years. It was on the market for a good part of 2008 at a $2,895,000 asking price, and last changed hands in 2004 for $2.3M. Prior to that, it sold for $2.6M in 2000.

Three units were combined to create the current property, and it features 60′ windows and three-car parking. I’m guessing the $1,340 monthly HOA dues won’t be a problem for the new owner.

Get in touch:

Eileen Bermingham

Corcoran Global Living

415.823.4656

eileen@insidesfre.com

DRE# 01352627

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