Congratulations to my client ZP on selling his great condo in the Inner Mission. If you missed out on this listing – don’t worry I can help your home in this trendy neighborhood. Listed at $1.095 million, sold for $1.3 million – 19% Over List This 2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom condo, in the trendy Inner Mission,..
San Francisco led the Bay Area and the nation when its real estate recovery began in early 2012. Within the city itself, the more affluent neighborhoods led the rebound from the 2008 – 2011 recession and saw the highest rates of home price appreciation. That dynamic began to shift in 2014, when the more affordable neighborhoods began..
The city is constantly reinventing itself. Just driving around San Francisco you see cranes working on new towers, no-parking signs for home construction, and the never ending sounds of jackhammers. Recently I took a tour around to where all the new construction is either well underway, about to start, or is in the pipeline. The “New..
Arguably the area to watch, District 9 is one of San Francisco’s most promising, up-and-coming areas to invest in real estate. The largest district in San Francisco, it includes South Beach, SoMA, Yerba Buena, Mission Bay, Potrero Hill, Bernal Heights, and Inner Mission. Most well-known within this district is AT&T Park, Home of the World..
More condos are sold in the South Beach/ Yerba Buena/ South of Market (SoMa)/ Mission Bay neighborhoods of San Francisco than any other area of the city. The market here is extremely hot pursuant to the same trends as the city as a whole: very high demand, very low inventory, rapidly appreciating prices – which jumped..
Congrats to my clients GS / KM on the sale of their property at 2533 Folsom St. It was listed at $1,995,000 and sold for $2,200,000, 10% over asking! Check out the video of the property!
Compared to April of last year, the inventory of single-family homes for sale in the City fell by 19.6 percent, to a total of 541 properties. The number of homes under contract rose by 11.5 percent, while the number of homes sold dropped by 4.1 percent, to a total of 212 properties. For homes that..
Photo by sivart13, on Flickr The Mission District is large and sprawling, and pockets of it have been gentrifying over the past couple of decades. Back in the mid-’90s, Bi-Rite Market and Slanted Door ushered in a wave of new development that created today’s Valencia Corridor, and turning both that part of the Inner Mission..
Congrats to my client JY for landing this great condo at the Radiance at Mission Bay!