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It’s been a busy couple of months for us and for folks in general in the Bay Area. Between playoff games, graduations and change in the housing market (much more on that below), we didn’t realize that it had been such a long time since we last wrote a newsletter.
 
This edition of In the Know coalesces around 5 Ps:
  1. Perfection will still sell fast,
  2. Otherwise, buyers will be ponderous about a property, because…
  3. Even as mortgage rates rise we’re seeing the paradox of buyers feeling pressure they have to buy something soon before rates go up even more this year.
  4. But the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee last week reminded us how far we’ve come in 70 years but also highlights how little has changed, at least in San Francisco, which is another reminder of…
  5. How important it is to keep a proper perspective in light of upheaval and change.  
 
What are we seeing?
 
News outlets focus on conventional mortgage rates in their reporting and as interest rates rise (likely on Wednesday by at least half a point), you’ll hear more the-sky-is-falling reporting we’re certain. But remember that jumbo 30-year fixed mortgage rates are still in the high 3s and low 4s. This is important to remember as you’re unlikely to get a conforming conventional loan (a max of $820,000-ish for a house or condo) here anyway because our prices are much higher.
 
Buyer Pro Tip: Consider rate buy-downs on purchase mortgages. As rates go up, remember that it’s possible to buy-down your mortgage interest rate (discount points) at closing. For example, if you’re buying a house for $3M with a 25% down payment and your rate is in the low 4s you can ‘buy down’ your rate to 4% for about $20,000 in extra cash now which will save you about $500/month in mortgage payments or about $200,000 over the life of a 30-year mortgage.
 
Caveat: Of course, the likelihood of you actually paying that mortgage for 30 years is not terribly high as you’re likely to sell, refinance or pay-off that loan far earlier than that as your property’s value continues to appreciate.  
 
Buyer Pro Tip 2:
Rather than pay for the price insurance feature of a 30-year fixed loan, you may want to consider an ARM – the adjustable rate mortgage that’s still based on a 30-year repayment schedule but where your mortgage rate is only locked in for 3, 5, 7, 10 or 15 years before it starts adjusting annually (as pegged to some kind of index). These loans will also see monthly payment amounts be reduced by hundreds of dollars a month, freeing up cash in the short and near term. (And it’s all right if the mortgage rate is allowed to float and adjust because you probably wouldn’t have the ARM any more by the time the adjustment period comes, see the above Caveat).   
 

New buildings are coming online. The new development in the Castro at the former Fisher Brothers Mortuary at 2238 Market Street is now (finally) on the market. Construction was apparently done in October of last year but the Italian kitchen cabinets had been delayed until this spring. Of the 42 units (including some below market rate units), at least a few are already in contract after the building’s debut on the market a few weeks ago. The building is a mix of studios (starting in the high $700s) to 2-bedroom units that top out just under $2M. Only 2-bedroom units, which have dues around $800/month, get parking (with a $90/month parking fee). If you’re interested in this new development, contact us before reaching out to the sales office or mention us when you first contact them if you want independent representation.
 

We have more than 730 subscribers to In the Know and our readership keeps expanding. But we can’t do it without you, your referrals and your loyalty — thank you for that. Be sure to think of us anytime real estate comes to mind as we’ll be here to help you and yours achieve your real estate goals. Happy reading. 


Very Truly Yours and Best, 


Kevin K. Ho, Esq. 
Vanguard Properties 
Broker Associate | Attorney | Top Producer | REALTOR
DRE 01875957 | SBN 233408
(415) 297.7462 | kevin@kevinandjonathan.com







Jonathan B. McNarry 
Vanguard Properties 
Broker Associate | Top Producer | REALTOR
DRE 01747295
(415) 215.4393 | jonathan@kevinandjonathan.com


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Get it Now — Tops on Turk. After our clients got a new home that was closer to grandma and grandpa’s house on the Peninsula, our clients asked us to coordinate the updating and selling of the new-build condominium they bought with us in 2017 at 1811 Turk. Their unit, number 102 is the first resale in this 5- year old boutique building in the vibrant NoPa/Divisadero Corridor. The home’s modern amenities and luxe finishes combine with an open, functional and flexible layout with direct access to your nearly 300-sqft of deeded outdoor living space in the building’s secluded courtyard. The primary bedroom suite has a walk-in closet and large primary bathroom with a sprawling dual vanity, curbless walk-in shower and Japanese-style toilet. The home features sumptuous wood floors, large patio sliders, a 36-inch Bertazzoni gas range with a generous quartz waterfall kitchen island, stacked in-unit laundry, radiant floor heat, and updated LED-lighting with smart-home features. The 7-unit boutique building has solar panels, elevator, secure deeded garage parking and secured entry. 1811 is the ideal mix of modern living and location. Offers on Tuesday at 1. 

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Congrats are due to our sellers at 166 Ellsworth. After buying the South Slope Bernal Heights home with us about 5 years ago, our clients made the decision to move to sunnier climes — i.e., San Diego. While they lived there they did some great updates to the garden (who knew chopping down an old unhealthy tree could turn the dark backyard into a sunny, rose-filled space that was one of the star highlights of the listing?) Also changed all the windows. From the old-style, single-pane aluminum windows to sleek, dual-pane, black-framed windows (with screens) the home was transformed. Throw in a kitchen remodel and updates to the lighting, bathroom layout and our styling and you have a winning combination that buyers loved. Having bought in 2017 for the 2+ 1.25 bath house for $1.5M we listed the home at $1.495M a couple of weeks ago. Steady traffic (50+ groups through over the two weekends of open houses) and a healthy number of disclosures out (10+) yielded 4 offers in on offer day with the winning, non-contingent one hitting $1.925M for the 1,100-ish sqft home. Close is set for about 2 weeks from now and our sellers, who have already found a new home in San Diego, were thrilled. Congrats!

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Congrats to our buyers who had started their home search with a different agent and after feeling they weren’t supported enough or getting their questions answered contacted us to help them get a new home in the very-hot Sunset District. After looking at almost every listing that’s come out since last year, we helped them tour current offerings and got in to see a home that’s still under renovation before narrowing in the search on 1351 40th Avenue. Located just a couple of blocks from family, the home was bought as a 2-bed, 1-bath, 1,500-sqft fixer in September 2021 for $1.465M. Since September the home has underwent a dramatic transformation into a 4-bed, 4-bath renovated, spacious home with nearly 2,500 sqft. Set on an extra deep parcel with 2 splendid (tall) levels of living, the home was listed for 2 weekends before taking offers. With 11 disclosure packages out we didn’t know how it would play out on offer day. The home is bright, modern and well done. The speed of the renovation has left a few things that need some cleanup but the overall transformation and space utilization is one of the most impressive we’ve seen lately. The other bonus is that the home is just a block away from one the buyer’s family — always a plus.  
 
We took a deep dive into the disclosures with our clients who had been the almost every open house and seen all of the area listings since last summer. We pulled and reviewed the permit history for the project, did a preview of a coming-soon renovated house a block away and connected with agents with the highest nearby sales to confirm what the home’s market value was despite its $1.995M list price. In the end, our clients were prepared to go higher but after great deliberation we went in with an offer that reflected a balance of where the initial budget was (much lower), the cost of some post-close finishing and the fact that there were multiple offers expected. Indeed, on offer date, the seller picked our clients’ non-contingent offer of $2.95M from the others after a bit of convincing from us. And thanks to our lending guru Tony Alencar at Citibank, the purchase should close within 21 days or less (the appraisal was done in just 7 days for example). We are looking forward to helping our clients with the next phase of the purchase of turning it into their home.    
 
Last weekend marked the celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s 70th year on the British throne. Since then, the world has seen a lot of change of course — there was no Internet, we hadn’t been to the moon yet, the Baby Boom was just about to start. This got us wondering about how different things were here in San Francisco.

Apart from the Presidio being a going military base, there was no BART, the Potrero Shipyards, which would be sold to the City for $1 in 1982, was still building ships. The U.S. Interstate System still had 2 years before coming into being (I-380 was only built in 1964). Street names are different of course (no JFK, MLK or Cesar Chavez), streets themselves took different paths if they existed, and entire neighborhoods, like Diamond Heights, didn't even exist. Here are some other interesting notes. 
 

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Take a watch through our latest listing at 1811 Turk, No. 102 in the NoPa/Divisadero Corridor. Offers are due on Tuesday, June 14.
And, in case you missed it (or if you wanted to see what we were talking about above), check out our listing at 166 Ellsworth, which is slated to close next week. Listed at $1.495M and in contract at $1.925M.
And this is a rare one — 119 Telegraph Hill — where Coit Tower is your front view and the rest of the City is, well, all the other views.
As overheard, told to us or otherwise. This what we heard happened to the properties below over the past week or two. Remember what follows is obvious hearsay and subject ot change without notice. When in doubt, ask. 
  
The elegant, black and white 2-unit (but used as a single home) at 1238 11th Avenue was marketed a bit timidly with sporadic open houses. With 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and just under 2,100 sqft, the updated home sits on a larger, 3,000-sqft parcel, and has a crisp, clean look that still tracks the original details in places. On the market for about 3 weeks, 1238 was listed at $2.495M with the winning buyers coming in at $2.6M.
 
35 Capra Way. The middle unit of this three-unit building — a 3-bed, 2.5 bath with 1,500 sqft was listed at $2.5M. The top and bottom units were already sold, which help set pricing for this middle unit. Indeed it worked as it’s in contract at $2.8M. The building itself is an interesting story having been bought in 2017 for $2.6M, extensively renovated since with the final sale price for all three units totaling $9.1M. 
 
144 Stonecrest. Last selling in 2018 for $2.2M, the 6-bed, 5.5-bath, 3,400 sqft sprawling home in the Lakeside neighborhood near Stonestown and Lowell High School was listed at a $2.4M. With palm trees in the front, bright finishes on the inside, and a 6,200-sqft parcel, the home might as well be in the Southern California. After two weekends there were multiple offers with the winning one landing at over $3.3M.
 
100 Terasita. Last selling in 2018 for $1.95M as a tan-colored, mid-century (but not in the good way) home, the custom Miraloma Park home now has a crisp white façade and decidedly minimalist mid-century vibe on the inside. The wider, art-deco vibe property has 4 beds, 2 baths and about 2,000 sqft of living area with expansion potential. Listed at $2.2M there were 9 disclosure packages out by the time it was offer day. No offers came in so the buyers shifted into high gear and prepared an offer at $2.375M quickly before another set of weekend open houses that was accepted.
 
A top-floor, updated Victorian condo with 2 beds, 2 baths, and just over 1,800 sqft of space at 2447 Franklin (at Green Street, after Franklin turns off onto Lombard) was listed at $1.695M. The nicely updated Pacific Heights condominium has a chic transitional style with roof rights and a 1-car garage. After 2 weekends on the market, it ended up in contract at $1.925M.
 
The top-unit (of 2) at 2810 19th Street at Harrison Street in the Mission was listed at $1.999M when it came out at the beginning of April. With 3 beds, 2 baths and 1,700+ sqft of space over the top two floors of the building, the bright home blends its Victorian era roots, a 2000s remodel with some updating done for the sale. After a price reduction to $1.899M the property went into contract at $1.9M.
 
The Inner Parkside home at 2419 17th Avenue just sold in December 2021 for $1.527M. The sellers ended up changing their plans and decided to sell. New paint with some light updates and fantastic staging was the plan. Indeed, the 3-bed 2-bath, 1,700-sqft home, listed at $1.595M, lasted barely 48 hours before 2 offers were received with the winning one ended right around $1.9M.
 
82 Mars Street was set to be on the market later this year. Instead, a neighbor down the block found out the planned sale and made an off-market, all-cash offer for the 2-bed, 2.5 bath, 1,600 sqft condo at Corbett Street for $2.1M (subject to review of disclosures) just 6 hours after seeing it. 
 
The nearly 2,000 sqft condominium at 2840 Pine Street with 2 beds and 1.5 baths listed at $1.65M received 2 offers with the winning one landing at $1.85M.
 
Explaining the Portola. Selling in 2016 for $940,000 (with some of the most depressing MLS pictures we’ve seen), the updated 3-bed, 2-bath, 1,500-sqft home at 439 Oxford in this quiet part of the Portola was on the market for a good 2-3 weeks before people pulled the trigger on writing an offer. During the marketing period, more than 100 people came through with agents throwing around what they thought the property was worth but unfamiliarity with the area kept most people at bay until one set of buyers wrote. After a bit of negotiating, the property is now in contract, non-contingent, at $1.6M.  
 
The 1,000-sqft, 2-bed, 1-bath, 1-car garage, single-family house at 815 Carolina, was listed for about 3 weeks before 3 sets of people decided to write offers at the same time. With an initial list price of $1.395M, 2 of the offers were above list price and after some negotiation, the winning, non-contingent, offer ended up at $1.6M.
 
Object Lesson of the Edition. If you know us you know that we will often share some of these bits of wisdom: (1) it’s never a good idea to hire an out-town-listing agent; (2) even though you’d never accept an offer at X price, the list price must be low if everyone else is pricing low; and, (3) properties that aren’t staged will sell for less. All three of these points are on display at 2718 42nd Avenue (at Wawona) in the Outer Parkside. The 3-bed, 1-bath, nearly 1,300 sqft home is a trust sale and is clearly a fixer.  That being said, it still had a list price of $1.595M with no staging of course. After 2+ weeks on the market, the property is in contract at $200,000 UNDER its list price.
 
Sometimes properties are meant for selling. That may be the case for 20 Caselli, a 2-bed, 1.5 bath, 1,200 sqft top-floor condo on this super cute street that runs parallel with 18th Street in the Castro. Selling in 2014 for $1.155M and again in 2016 for $1.268M, this time the updated Edwardian was listed at $1.25M and was only on the market barely a day before the buyers here wrote a preemptive offer of $1.5M that was accepted leaving many other buyers disappointed.  
 
 
 
 
Here is the latest ”Coming Soon” listings for San Francisco. Remember a lot of agents hold their listings back until their official MLS launch date. Information is, of course, provisional. Ask us for details. 

Neighborhood

Type

Address

AnTipated List

SqFt

$/sqft

No. of Units

Expected

Beds

Baths (full/pt)

Pkg

Dues

Parcel Sz

Outer Richmond

H

551 34th Ave

$1,595,000

2,225

$716.85

0

6/16

4

2 (2 0)

1

 

3,000

Sea Cliff

H

9 25th Ave

$32,000,000

7,540

$4,244.03

0

12/7

5

7 (6 1)

3

 

18,748

Golden Gate Heights

H

1765 15th Ave

$2,660,000

3,114

$854.21

0

6/6

5

4 (3 1)

2

 

3,382

Central Sunset

H

1215 26th Ave

$1,200,000

1,200

$1,000.00

0

6/6

3

1 (1 0)

1

 

3,598

Central Sunset

H

2928 Irving St

$1,395,000

1,358

$1,027.25

0

6/7

2

2 (2 0)

0

 

2,700

Inner Sunset

H

1759 8th Ave

$1,950,000

1,760

$1,107.95

0

6/16

3

2 (2 0)

1

 

3,000

Parkside

H

2220 Santiago St

$1,545,000

1,550

$996.77

0

6/19

3

2 (2 0)

1

 

2,495

Inner Sunset

H

1001 Moraga St

$1,495,000

2,175

$687.36

0

7/13

2

2 (1 1)

2

 

3,872

Golden Gate Heights

H

2186 14th Ave

$2,295,000

2,607

$880.32

0

7/25

4

3 (3 0)

1

 

4,120

Parkside

H

2515 20th Ave

$2,495,000

2,639

$945.43

0

9/1

4

3 (3 0)

1

 

2,063

Inner Sunset

H

1238 11th Ave

$2,495,000

2,056

$1,213.52

0

12/30

4

2 (2 0)

2

 

2,996

Lake Shore

H

150 Morningside Dr

$1,875,000

2,795

$670.84

0

6/17

5

3 (3 0)

2

 

3,798

Ingleside

H

350 Howth St

$1,200,000

1,016

$1,181.10

0

7/25

2

1 (1 0)

2

 

3,746

Ingleside

H

1149 Plymouth Ave

$798,000

1,015

$786.21

0

7/29

1

1 (1 0)

1

 

2,809

Ingleside Heights

H

316 Orizaba Ave

$1,495,000

2,138

$699.25

0

8/25

4

3 (3 0)

1

 

2,247

Forest Knolls

H

23 Forest Knolls Dr

$1,850,000

1,851

$999.46

0

6/20

4

3 (3 0)

3

 

3,280

Sunnyside

H

149 Joost Ave

$1,695,000

1,560

$1,086.54

0

6/30

3

2 (2 0)

1

 

2,559

Forest Hill

H

358 Pacheco St

$5,200,000

4,022

$1,292.89

0

7/15

4

5 (4 1)

4

$1,581

8,594

Buena Vista/Ashbury

H

20 Loma Vista Ter

$3,999,000

2,657

$1,505.08

0

6/16

4

3 (3 0)

1

 

2,792

Noe Valley

H

212-A Chattanooga St

$2,500,000

1,469

$1,701.84

0

7/31

2

2 (2 0)

0

 

2,883

Noe Valley

H

4310 23rd St

$3,000,000

3,245

$924.50

0

8/15

4

3 (3 0)

2

 

2,850

Noe Valley

H

4234 24th St

$3,249,000

5,100

$637.06

0

9/1

6

5 (4 1)

2

 

2,945

Cole Valley/Parnassu

H

1233 Shrader St

$4,000,000

3,095

$1,292.41

0

10/5

4

5 (4 1)

2

 

2,949

Cow Hollow

H

51 Pixley St

$2,750,000

2,130

$1,291.08

0

7/7

4

4 (3 1)

2

 

1,477

Cow Hollow

H

2545-2547 Lyon St

$13,500,000

 

 

0

7/31

5

8 (6 2)

2

 

3,358

Cow Hollow

H

2651 Baker St

$6,900,000

3,655

$1,887.82

0

7/31

4

5 (3 2)

1

 

2,346

Cow Hollow

H

2742-2744 Baker St

$8,995,000

4,405

$2,042.00

0

8/30

4

6 (5 1)

1

 

2,495

Presidio Heights

H

3621 Clay St

$6,500,000

5,642

$1,152.07

0

12/14

7

4 (4 0)

2

 

5,384

Russian Hill

H

1110 Green St

$13,000,000

4,818

$2,698.22

0

12/30

4

6 (5 1)

2

 

3,100

Potrero Hill

H

547-549 Texas St

$2,195,000

2,492

$880.82

0

6/16

5

4 (4 0)

0

 

2,495

Bernal Heights

H

65 Ellsworth St

$2,250,000

1,802

$1,248.61

0

6/20

3

3 (2 1)

1

 

1,750

Bernal Heights

H

704 Moultrie St

$2,295,000

2,012

$1,140.66

0

6/25

4

5 (3 2)

1

 

1,750

Bernal Heights

H

560 Moultrie St

$2,500,000

1,612

$1,550.87

0

8/19

3

2 (2 0)

2

 

1,750

Outer Mission

H

65 Niagara Ave

$998,000

1,000

$998.00

0

6/1

3

1 (1 0)

1

 

2,720

Bayview

H

14 Youngs Ct

$1,100,000

2,004

$548.90

0

6/15

3

2 (2 0)

2

$175

1,863

Bayview

H

1503 La Salle Ave

$898,000

 

 

0

6/15

3

2 (2 0)

0

 

2,500

Bayview Heights

H

35 Carr St

$998,000

1,254

$795.85

0

6/16

2

1 (1 0)

1

 

2,500

Bayview

H

1427 Underwood Ave

$849,000

1,350

$628.89

0

7/8

3

1 (1 0)

1

 

2,500

Bayview

H

1696 Palou Ave

$979,000

2,258

$433.57

0

7/29

4

2 (2 0)

0

 

2,495

Visitacion Valley

H

345 Leland Ave

$898,000

1,125

$798.22

0

9/30

2

1 (1 0)

1

 

2,761

Inner Richmond

H

770 Funston Ave

$5,600,000

6,850

$817.52

0

8/1

6

6 (5 1)

2

 

6,600

Inner Richmond

H

255 10th Ave

$3,500,000

3,390

$1,032.45

0

8/1

9

4 (3 1)

1

 

3,659

Golden Gate Heights

H

1912 10th Ave

$1,500,000

1,985

$755.67

0

7/31

3

2 (2 0)

1

 

4,499

Golden Gate Heights

H

2024 15th Ave

$1,998,000

2,446

$816.84

0

8/31

4

5 (4 1)

2

 

4,094

Parkside

H

1959 19th Ave

$1,488,000

2,082

$714.70

0

9/1

5

4 (4 0)

1

 

3,180

Monterey Heights

H

390 Yerba Buena Ave

$3,500,000

3,584

$976.56

0

1/22

5

3 (3 0)

2

 

4,721

Westwood Park

H

531 Miramar Ave

$1,999,000

1,595

$1,253.29

0

5/9

3

2 (2 0)

0

 

3,798

Sunnyside

H

564 Joost Ave

$1,495,000

1,616

$925.12

0

6/20

3

3 (3 0)

2

 

2,495

Miraloma Park

H

76 Molimo Dr

$1,498,000

1,545

$969.58

0

6/30

3

3 (2 1)

2

 

2,661

Monterey Heights

H

216 Yerba Buena Ave

$3,900,000

2,980

$1,308.72

0

6/30

4

3 (2 1)

0

 

3,933

Forest Knolls

H

515 Oak Park Dr

$1,498,000

1,245

$1,203.21

0

8/17

2

2 (2 0)

2

 

3,297

Diamond Heights

H

6 Berkeley Way

$1,995,000

1,999

$998.00

0

8/31

4

4 (3 1)

1

 

3,126

Noe Valley

H

387-9 Fair Oaks St

$4,799,000

3,995

$1,201.25

0

7/29

7

7 (7 0)

2

 

2,495

Buena Vista/Ashbury

H

127 Downey St

$2,000,000

1,800

$1,111.11

0

9/24

3

2 (1 1)

0

 

1,398

Eureka Valley/Dolore

H

433 Liberty St

$2,200,000

 

 

0

12/1

1

1 (1 0)

0

 

2,848

North Panhandle

H

1358 Fell St

$2,999,888

2,650

$1,132.03

0

6/20

4

1 (1 0)

2

 

3,438

North Panhandle

H

1830 Golden Gate Ave

$3,195,000

4,500

$710.00

0

12/30

6

3 (3 0)

0

 

2,250

Hayes Valley

H

518 Oak St

$2,185,000

2,337

$934.96

0

8/31

3

2 (2 0)

1

 

1,994

Bernal Heights

H

654 Precita Ave

$2,495,000

3,060

$815.36

0

12/9

7

5 (5 0)

2

 

4,500

Inner Sunset

C

1450 6th Ave

$1,550,000

1,381

$1,122.38

0

4/30

3

2 (2 0)

0

 

0

Diamond Heights

C

5150 Diamond Heights Blvd #108B

$975,000

1,175

$829.79

396

7/8

2

2 (2 0)

1

$753

7,215

Haight Ashbury

C

1212 Page St

$1,498,000

1,872

$800.21

3

6/14

2

1 (1 0)

1

 

1,875

Noe Valley

C

4282 22nd St

$1,675,000

 

 

2

7/14

3

1 (1 0)

0

$382

2,372

Cole Valley/Parnassu

C

1539 Shrader St

$1,595,000

1,285

$1,241.25

2

8/14

2

1 (1 0)

1

$200

4,481

Lower Pacific Height

C

1635 Bush St #10

$995,000

934

$1,065.31

12

6/16

2

2 (2 0)

1

$375

9,254

Western Addition

C

1669 Turk St

$1,299,000

1,241

$1,046.74

3

6/16

3

2 (2 0)

1

 

2,063

Western Addition

C

1148 Eddy St #B

$899,000

812

$1,107.14

49

6/30

2

2 (2 0)

1

$488

2,575

Hayes Valley

C

311 Grove St #1

$899,000

 

 

8

7/1

1

1 (1 0)

0

$700

0

Hayes Valley

C

311 Grove St #5

$1,299,000

 

 

8

7/1

2

2 (2 0)

0

 

0

Hayes Valley

C

560 Haight St #109

$1,595,000

1,239

$1,287.33

18

7/21

2

3 (3 0)

1

$725

14,883

Hayes Valley

C

580 Fell St

$1,595,000

1,697

$939.89

2

7/31

4

2 (1 1)

0

$500

1,312

North Panhandle

C

2001 McAllister St #213

$849,000

659

$1,288.32

134

9/29

1

1 (1 0)

1

$737

0

Pacific Heights

C

1925 Pacific Ave #2

$2,195,000

1,657

$1,324.68

6

6/16

3

2 (2 0)

1

$1,022

4,992

Presidio Heights

C

354 Walnut St

$1,275,000

1,228

$1,038.27

6

6/24

2

1 (1 0)

0

$382

2,422

Pacific Heights

C

1998 Pacific Ave #303

$1,495,000

 

 

18

6/24

2

2 (2 0)

1

$580

0

Cow Hollow

C

2773 Greenwich St

$1,275,000

925

$1,378.38

4

8/1

2

1 (1 0)

0

$155

2,868

Marina

C

1332 Francisco St

$2,360,000

1,640

$1,439.02

2

8/2

3

2 (2 0)

2

 

3,437

Nob Hill

C

1868 Van Ness Ave #205

$795,000

600

$1,325.00

35

6/23

1

1 (1 0)

1

$659

 

Financial District/B

C

170 Pacific Ave #50

$1,175,000

914

$1,285.56

53

7/5

1

1 (1 0)

1

$1,064

89,586

Russian Hill

C

2511-A Polk St

$1,395,000

1,131

$1,233.42

6

7/15

2

2 (1 1)

1

$500

3,281

Russian Hill

C

2555 Leavenworth St #105

$749,000

667

$1,122.94

23

7/16

1

1 (1 0)

1

$625

9,219

North Beach

C

690 Chestnut St #406

$1,098,000

954

$1,150.94

117

7/28

2

2 (2 0)

1

$707

15,089

North Waterfront

C

101 Lombard St #610W

$1,065,000

923

$1,153.85

202

8/1

1

1 (1 0)

0

$943

113,438

Russian Hill

C

1150 Lombard St #15

$2,500,000

1,549

$1,613.94

42

9/1

2

2 (2 0)

2

$1,826

50,192

Van Ness/Civic Cente

C

1 Daniel Burnham Ct #106

$920,000

800

$1,150.00

245

9/1

1

1 (1 0)

1

$898

46,157

Financial District/B

C

333 Bush St #3705

$3,250,000

1,785

$1,820.73

45

6/29

1

2 (2 0)

1

$1,628

32,088

South of Market

C

20 Norfolk St

$975,000

836

$1,166.27

0

5/29

2

2 (2 0)

0

$350

0

South of Market

C

255 Clara St #302

$1,300,000

1,239

$1,049.23

0

6/6

2

2 (2 0)

1

$569

0

Mission Bay

C

250 King St #1210

$889,000

822

$1,081.51

0

6/7

1

1 (1 0)

0

$826

0

Yerba Buena

C

870 Harrison St #603

$749,000

 

 

25

6/13

1

1 (1 0)

1

$680

5,843

South Beach

C

201 Harrison St #1027

$1,251,000

1,030

$1,214.56

150

6/15

2

2 (2 0)

1

$760

38,449

Central Waterfront/D

C

815 Tennessee St #208

$949,999

763

$1,245.08

69

6/15

1

1 (1 0)

1

$769

19,971

South of Market

C

1160 Mission St #1802

$825,000

764

$1,079.84

246

6/16

1

1 (1 0)

1

$819

43,557

Mission Bay

C

708 Long Bridge St #411

$2,298,000

1,542

$1,490.27

267

6/17

2

2 (2 0)

1

$1,333

84,866

South Beach

C

425 1ST St #1002

$1,650,000

1,309

$1,260.50

399

6/17

2

2 (2 0)

0

$1,318

56,024

Potrero Hill

C

875 Vermont St #103

$949,000

758

$1,251.98

10

6/17

2

1 (1 0)

1

$238

4,944

South Beach

C

88 King St #1117

$1,750,000

1,412

$1,239.38

233

6/17

3

2 (2 0)

1

$1,205

0

South of Market

C

26 Jennifer Pl

$1,295,000

 

 

20

6/17

3

2 (2 0)

1

$129

17,082

Potrero Hill

C

540 Wisconsin St

$1,195,000

1,200

$995.83

86

6/19

2

2 (2 0)

1

$940

79,531

South Beach

C

338 Spear St #18B

$2,395,000

1,323

$1,810.28

650

6/20

2

2 (2 0)

1

$1,134

76,210

Yerba Buena

C

74 New Montgomery St #801

$2,995,000

1,585

$1,889.59

107

6/30

2

2 (2 0)

2

$1,150

17,865

South Beach

C

301 Main St #30A

$2,200,000

1,268

$1,735.02

650

6/30

2

2 (2 0)

1

$1,124

76,210

Mission Bay

C

300 Berry St #508

$1,399,000

1,028

$1,360.89

269

6/30

2

2 (2 0)

1

$713

41,861

Mission Bay

C

480 Mission Bay Blvd #514

$1,799,000

1,383

$1,300.80

329

6/30

2

2 (2 0)

1

$893

122,891

Potrero Hill

C

451 Kansas St #360

$779,000

661

$1,178.52

168

6/30

1

1 (1 0)

1

$555

80,311

Yerba Buena

C

855 Folsom St #911

$1,149,000

 

 

200

7/1

1

2 (1 1)

1

$767

0

South Beach

C

555 4th St #444

$718,000

676

$1,062.13

300

7/1

1

1 (1 0)

0

$637

63,237

South Beach

C

501 Beale St #21D

$1,999,000

1,259

$1,587.77

136

7/13

2

2 (2 0)

1

$1,236

22,594

South Beach

C

400 Beale St #310

$755,000

669

$1,128.55

248

7/15

1

1 (1 0)

1

$800

27,581

South Beach

C

338 Spear St #6A

$1,339,000

1,167

$1,147.39

650

7/21

2

2 (2 0)

1

$1,099

76,210

Inner Mission

C

308 Shotwell St #3

$1,398,000

1,224

$1,142.16

3

7/21

2

2 (2 0)

1

$450

2,879

Mission Bay

C

250 King St #1612

$899,000

888

$1,012.39

595

7/28

1

1 (1 0)

1

$882

213,232

South of Market

C

6 Mint Plz #304A

$1,195,000

914

$1,307.44

83

8/1

2

2 (2 0)

0

$665

5,738

South Beach

C

75 Folsom St #1802

$3,295,000

1,344

$2,451.64

67

8/4

2

2 (2 0)

1

$1,547

151,160

Mission Bay

C

330 Mission Bay Blvd #705

$1,098,000

961

$1,142.56

99

8/4

1

1 (1 0)

1

$985

58,215

South Beach

C

41 Federal St #23

$1,898,000

1,670

$1,136.53

9

8/27

3

2 (2 0)

1

$990

5,262

South of Market

C

1160 Mission St #1007

$1,200,000

1,043

$1,150.53

246

9/1

2

2 (2 0)

0

$900

43,557

South Beach

C

555 4th St #105

$1,895,000

2,279

$831.51

300

9/28

3

3 (3 0)

1

$898

63,237

South Beach

C

201 Folsom St #5A

$1,850,000

1,368

$1,352.34

656

9/30

2

2 (2 0)

1

$1,286

 

Mission Bay

C

260 King St #1319

$1,179,000

1,099

$1,072.79

595

5/1

2

2 (1 1)

1

$936

213,232

South Beach

C

301 Main St #32G

$2,689,000

1,610

$1,670.19

650

5/1

3

2 (2 0)

1

$1,184

76,210

CandlesTk Point

C

501 Crescent Way #5301

$575,000

787

$730.62

0

5/20

1

1 (1 0)

0

$600

0

Mission Terrace

C

1 Wattson Pl #11

$768,500

1,060

$725.00

11

6/13

2

3 (2 1)

1

$533

6,347

Bayview

C

5800 3rd St #1412

$748,000

1,046

$715.11

50

9/30

2

2 (2 0)

1

$450

0

Central Richmond

C

423 24th Ave

$2,295,000

2,377

$965.50

3

7/31

5

4 (4 0)

1

$390

3,000

Twin Peaks

C

881 Corbett Ave #1

$1,395,000

1,597

$873.51

3

6/23

2

2 (2 0)

1

$220

2,378

Haight Ashbury

C

1473 Waller St

$1,950,000

1,596

$1,221.80

3

8/1

3

2 (1 1)

1

$335

2,909

Hayes Valley

C

450 Hayes St #2L

$949,000

706

$1,344.19

36

11/30

1

1 (1 0)

0

$812

17,406

Marina

C

147 Cervantes Blvd

$2,495,000

1,709

$1,459.92

2

7/1

3

2 (2 0)

1

$270

2,561

Pacific Heights

C

2200 Sacramento St

$2,000,000

860

$2,325.58

127

9/7

1

2 (1 1)

1

$723

17,550

Nob Hill

C

850 Powell St #501

$1,225,000

1,518

$806.98

39

6/24

2

2 (1 1)

1

$1,600

11,027

Financial District/B

C

690 Market St #1102

$2,995,000

2,485

$1,205.23

76

8/20

3

3 (3 0)

1

$10,935

11,357

Telegraph Hill

C

1425 Vallejo St #302

$989,000

792

$1,248.74

21

9/28

0

0 (0 0)

1

$680

13,621

North Waterfront

C

240 lombard St #932

$688,000

597

$1,152.43

118

10/3

1

1 (1 0)

1

$906

50,188

Nob Hill

C

1001 California St #7

$7,500,000

2,980

$2,516.78

10

10/3

2

3 (2 1)

0

$4,726

4,693

Nob Hill

C

1340 Clay St #502

$2,375,000

1,670

$1,422.16

20

3/8

2

2 (2 0)

2

$2,954

13,212

South Beach

C

601 4th St #107

$925,000

1,057

$875.12

0

4/19

1

1 (1 0)

1

$622

0

South Beach

C

355 Bryant St #104

$2,288,000

2,206

$1,037.17

0

5/9

2

2 (2 0)

1

$834

0

South Beach

C

425 1st St #2903

$3,259,000

1,928

$1,690.35

399

6/17

3

3 (3 0)

1

$1,489

56,024

South of Market

C

45 Lucerne St #B

$1,525,000

1,840

$828.80

20

6/30

2

3 (2 1)

1

$806

1,250

South Beach

C

650 Delancey St #110

$1,695,000

1,560

$1,086.54

66

6/30

2

2 (2 0)

1

$713

61,922

South Beach

C

170 King St #814

$1,250,000

1,029

$1,214.77

202

6/30

2

2 (2 0)

1

$806

42,969

Yerba Buena

C

301 Mission St #35A

$1,795,000

1,517

$1,183.26

419

7/1

2

2 (2 0)

1

$2,887

50,667

Inner Mission

C

83 Rondel Pl

$1,525,000

1,597

$954.92

2

7/30

3

2 (2 0)

1

 

1,771

Inner Mission

C

81 Rondel Pl

$1,375,000

1,387

$991.35

2

7/30

2

3 (2 1)

1

 

1,767

Inner Mission

C

1188 Valencia St #311

$895,000

 

 

49

8/30

1

1 (1 0)

0

$507

14,316

Central Waterfront/D

C

1260 Minnesota St #303

$1,625,000

1,600

$1,015.63

42

8/30

3

3 (2 1)

1

$672

0

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