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During our weekly sales meeting, Vanguard’s founder said the spring housing market here in San Francisco has been ‘thrilling’ and ‘enthralling.’ He has a point, although ‘thrilling’ may not be how everyone sees the market. We’d probably choose fast and furious in many cases — but not every case — as this edition’s Tall Tales of Sales will describe.

You’ll see a quartet of client wins in this edition; two sets of buyers and two sets of sellers who each won in our oh-so competitive market. Our winning buyers are part of our “Homerun” club — i.e., folks who write their first offer with us and win beating out multiple offers for sure but being able to do so with the confidence that they’re going into their new homes knowing much more than others would. Our winning sellers also had their expectations exceeded after a lot of preparation, drive and effort.

As you’ll see in greater detail from the stories you’ll read about, we can tell you many people out there are in the mindset to buy something, but when it comes to offer day, you’ll see a bell-curve distribution of offers with the top ones really standing out, which explains why we’re seeing extraordinary numbers all throughout the market in most parts of the City for properties that are move-in ready for sure, but even more so for properties with that extra something — whether it’s because of location, finishes, or marketing. But people aren’t just bidding blindly however as there is a lot of diligence going on too.

Tidbits and Notes:
  • One trend we are also seeing is that some sellers are not choosing to send counter offers and just signing the highest offer instead. Do they know something we don’t? Or, are they just pleasantly surprised? Or, do they not want to tempt fate? It’s probably a combination of all of those.
  • Regardless, we’re seeing most buyers today are putting 20-30 percent down in their offers with 21- to 30-day escrows with many of them beating out all-cash offers.
  • The Fed, much to our surprise, didn’t raise rates at their last meeting in January. They are now expected to raise rates at the March 15th meeting. By how much is the latest parlor game. 
  • 30-year mortgage rates are now in the 3.5% - 3.75% range depending on your credit profile, etc.   
  • The hope is that we should (finally) see more inventory starting this week as there are no other weekend distractions (no more playoffs and no more holidays). But this upcoming weekend may be too soon as most of our stagers have said they’re booking properties into March now, so maybe it’ll be in March. We'll know by Thursday and Friday about what's coming.
  • Get a leg up here as we've pulled most of the “Coming Soon” list and excerpted down below. If you see anything you want us to investigate, let us know!  

We have more than 725 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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Congrats to our clients on winning the nicely redone 2-unit building at 465-467 Bosworth, which is right where Bernal and Glen Park meet. The two-unit building was listed at an enticing $1.295M and one set of open houses and a broker tour was ready for offers. Owned by the same 87-year-old owner for many years, one of the most recent tenants worked for Pottery Barn and ended up improving their unit leaving everything there when she moved out last fall. Apart from some nice finishes the building also has seismic upgrades, potential to add more space and 2-car parking (or 3 if you do tandem). With 8 offers we knew it would be competitive. In the end it came down to 3 and, after some quick hustle on our clients’ part, we won the property at just a little over $1.7M.
And congratulations are due to our clients on closing their purchase for one of the sweetest and unique homes in the Inner Parkside at 2372 15th Avenue, right around the corner from Guerrera’s Meats and the SF Wine Trading Company — two neighborhood staples. The house, which had been in the same family for three generations, is indeed unique resembling more of a Santa Barbara house than a San Francisco one and setting on an usually 4,000+ sqft parcel with an ultra-wide 33-ft frontage and deep 137-ft depth. Our clients beat out 19 other offers in a multiple-counter situation where they came up to a strong price that understood (and included) a 500-sqft downstairs space and was a situation where our clients could close in just 9 days, contingency-free. We’re super excited to see how our clients (and two cats) will do to make it their own.    
Congratulations to our sellers at 1618 Church Street! After purchasing the quasi-fixer with us 6 years ago, our clients made the difficult decision to move out of state to be closer to family and because of a new job. Before they left, we sat down with them to go over a series of improvements they could make to the property that would bolster some work they had already done to the 1,300-sqft, 3-bed, 1-bath house that sits right on the J-Church MUNI line at Valley Street. We also gave them a sense of where the house with the extra-wide parcel could sell for. Improvements started over the holiday and after some omicron-related delays, resumed at a feverish pace.

After the improvements were done, we did — well — what you’d expect: worked with the stagers for final styling, did the 3-D tour thing, made sure there were fresh-cut flowers inside and freshly planted ones outside, and had Raffi do his video thing with some drone footage in. Lest we forget the on-site signage and website.

All of this was done right in time for us to debut on the market with the first open house taking place on the Sunday before the Super Bowl. And it was a packed one to say the least. While there were some neighbors, the home was filled with super serious and focused buyers — many of whom had been looking since last fall. We had announced a Valentine’s Day offer date (what better way to say it than with a house?) so that brokers could come see it on Tuesday tour day. They showed up in droves as did a few buyers who had come back to take a second look (now,  how you know people are committed). By the time broker tour was done, there were 9 sets of disclosures out. Now remember that we said there were a set of numbers we had thought the property could sell for? We had the range in our mind and an upper limit of that range. Agents indeed had been sharing their thoughts with where we’d end up, with some questioning if we’d get more than $2M. So by the time a preemptive offer came in, we were skeptical that it would really “shock and awe” us; after all, a preemptive offer has to be one is so compelling it convinces sellers to forgo their right to market the property. In other words, it has to be good. In Noe Valley that means something more than the median and average sale price of just around $1,400/sqft for houses with 3 bedrooms or less and parking. Well when we opened up the non-contingent offer (that also returned every single disclosure document) from a set of buyers I remembered seeing Sunday and Tuesday we in disbelief as this set of early moving buyers did shock and awe us with an offer that, when it closes at the end of the month, is in excess of $1,900/sqft, which will rank as one of the highest ever in the area on a per square foot basis, at $2.5 million — a nice gain from the original $1.74 million purchase price.   


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Congratulations to our sellers at 595 12th Ave! When the sellers called us last fall to help them prepare, list and sell unit number 5, we also crafted a preparation plan for them that we executed on their behalf these sellers moved out of the country (it’s Canada, so it’s not that far away, right?) Regardless, the sellers had already did the heavy lifting be replacing almost all of the windows of the corner with true-divided, dual-pane windows with integrated screens (some of the nicest windows we’ve ever seen). Almost no one does this for a 1-bedroom condominium but the improvement this added can’t really be underscored enough as it turned just another Inner Richmond/Sunset flat into a home that many more people would give serious thought to. In this case we helped the sellers remove some ghastly kitchen storage, fill up and/or expand some ill-conceived pass throughs that both integrated the living and dining space while also delimiting the kitchen and living spaces. Throw in a new backsplash, counters, appliances, hood and LED lighting, new light fixtures and paint and call it a day, right? In this case, we ended up moving up the offer date by four days skipping a planned second weekend of open houses after 40 disclosure packages had been sent out. Indeed, 10 offers came in with a top pair edging out the rest. That pair — the ratified, non-contingent offer with a large down payment and the nearly identical back-up — pushed us well past the $1M mark to $1.055M, which is also a nice gain from an original $750,000 purchase price in 2015.

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Before we start with this edition's Tales of Sales, here some amazing sales just to note:
 
One of those houses up there. Over at 591 Buena Vista, a nearly 4,000-sqft, 4 bed, 5-bath home with views of the park across the way, has exquisite finishes and light. Listed as a ‘coming soon’ in late January at $6.995M, the home sold before it made it onto the market at a cool $8M — at just over $2,000/sqft. Bummed that you missed it? Well take a look at the 3-D tour here.  
 
Who wouldn’t want $700,000 in less than two years? The single family house at 452 Ulloa, near West Portal, last sold in October 2020 for $2,020,000 for the 4-bed, 3-bath home with 2,059 sqft and an extra-wide 70-ft frontage of otherwise the enormous 6,000+ sqft parcel; or at $980/sqft. The mid-century house has that decently updated vibe but wasn’t anything that would end up in Architectural Digest. Never ye mind. Listed at $1.995M in January, there were 10 offers in with the winning one landing at $2,754,375 or at $1,337/sqft.
 
Fast and Furious in Lone Mountain. Here’s the furious part: the 3,500+, 5-bed, 3.5-bath single family house at 80 Rossi drew throngs of people over its open houses with more than 50 groups through each day with more than 75 brokers coming through on tour day. The updated, open-space home has its compliment of wood floors, floating vanities, large-format geometric tile, great light fixtures, a wine room thing all behind a dark façade. From the 28 disclosure packages, 5 written offers came in. And here’s the fast and the furious part: the winning offer closed, all-cash, within a few days at just about $900,000 over list at $4.9M, just a tiny bit under $1,365/sqft.
 

And now for things that went into contract over the past week or two. Remember, this all may well be subject to change and is certainly hearsay. When in doubt, ask us for details. 
 
As expected in Glen Park. 51 Sussex, the decently updated, 3-bed, 2-bath, 1,850+-sqft,  Glen Park home with three stories, some issues with the neighbors who’ve been trying to market a vacant parcel with (foolish) plans for a new-build house without parking, a walk-out basement that led to a terraced yard was listed at $1.995M, which was near the 2018 sale price of $1.95M. After doing a renovation but failing to sell with a buy-it-now price of $2.4M in 2020, it was on the market on for 2 weekends (which seems like an eternity in this market), before getting 8 offers, where the top few were given the chance to amend their offers before the agents spoke with the sellers, landed right near $2.65M. Take a 3D tour of the place here.
 
Also as expected in Glen Park, but higher up. 5553 Diamond Heights was an architecturally updated, 4-bed, 3.5-bath, 2,400-sqft home with sweeping views towards the skyline, considered finishes but a smaller backyard and a vertical feel. The trick about updating midcentury homes is doing it tastefully. Here they went in the right direction of that California-modern meets Design Within Reach simplicity. Also on for two long weekends, there were multiple offers with the sellers formally countering the top 3 offers with the winning one landing at $2.65M with a free-rent back to the sellers.
 
After all that work… So not everyone is selling properties at some obscene price. There are instances where the best, methodical efforts, still produce a suboptimal outcome which is the case over at 306-314 Francisco Street. A 5-unit building with just under 4,500 sqft was last sold in 2018 for $2.75M. After doing three sets of tenant buyouts, the North Beach property was listed last year for $3.6M but failed to sell. Listed again this year at just under $3.4M the first set of buyers canceled escrow and a set of backup buyers are now in contract to buy the property at the list price reportedly.
 
Downsizing to the North Side. After living in the Castro for years, one set of buyers had started to look for a downsized home on the north side of the City. After considering 1 Steuart, and 18 months of searching, the buyers found 186 Francisco, Number 3. With 2,200 sqft, 3 beds, 2.5 baths, and three levels, the circa 1980s condo has been completely and tastefully updated emphasizing its tall ceilings and big windows looking out to the skyline, Bay, headlands and Golden Gate Bridge. Despite higher dues of more than $2,700/month (earthquake insurance and a security guard being a big chunk of that), the clincher, apparently, is that one of the buyers loves ships and, while they were visiting, a cruise ship was chugging along in the Bay. That sealed it. Listed at and in contract near $3.1M, at nearly $1,385/sqft.
 
Or you could buy a house for $3.1M.  1431 6th Avenue is one of those arts and crafts homes on 5th and 6th Avenues near UCSF. Tree-lined, with no power lines, these homes used to sell in the $1-$2M range. Given that UCSF essentially owns half of 5th Avenue as faculty housing, it makes these homes — with their dark-wood, three-story-over-garage on a tree-lined street — that much more desirable. In this case, 1431 is a 3-bed, 2.5-bath, 2,200 sqft home with those dark wood details but also with some period-influenced updates to the renovated kitchen and nice decks that overlooked a well-manicured garden. In the end, when it came time for offers, the thinking was that five groups were going to write but only two did in the end. Nevermind that as the property will sell for $3.1M.
 
Not as crazy as it could have been in Noe. Over at 468 Valley Street at Castro Street, the bottom unit of a newly renovated two-unit building, with the water-fall island, with 2 levels, 3 beds, 3 baths, deeded garden and deck and just under 2,400 sqft. Every open house was packed and the buyers here were feeling beaten up by the market and didn’t put in an offer when they were due thinking that one of the other 8 folks with disclosure packages would certainly step up. Well no one else did and after a late-night call came in from the listing agent, the buyers here got the place for its $2.595M list price.
 
The nicely redone, black-and-white house at 180 Forest Knolls at Clarendon is a 4-bed, 2-bath house with about 1,900 sqft. Listed at $1.695M, the property last sold in 2019 as a tired mid-century. Now the house has gleaming new floors, white tile and an open feel that proved very popular with folks as the property got 13 offers and is in contract at $2.375M. See the 3-D tour here.  
 
If at first you don’t succeed or, 2022 is a much better year than 2021. Over at 2853 Folsom Street (at 24th St) the last of the three TIC project with stunning and sleek finishes over two levels. Despite being the lowest unit of the three, 2853 still feels warm. Listed at $1.595M last year and again this year, the 2-bed, 2.5-bath, ground floor unit has no parking but does have 1,600+ sqft of space. After failing to sell last year, this year there were two sets of buyers vying for the space with one of them winning at the list price. See it for yourself with the 3-D tour of it here.
 
Not Everything Goes Nuts part 3. Over at 627 Belvedere off of 17th Street, the unit of a 2-unit building was listed at $1.35M. With 2 beds, 2 baths and 1,200 sqft the location was unbeatable. Combined with a bonus room down stairs you’d think it’d be a slam dunk like other condos have been in the area. Well given the fact that the neighbor has a very large van apparently that makes parking more difficult and young kids who will make noise the expectations that many agents threw around of a $1.7M sale landed at $1.5M with 2 offers coming in.
 
And something really coming up in Bayview. A super cute house at 1404 Palou at Oakdale was, well, super cute after a dramatic transformation. With 4 beds, 3.5 baths and 2,200 sqft. Last selling in 2021 for $770,000 as an asbestos-shingle-clad fixer with two interior hot tubs (one being hot pink for good measure), the now-perfect home was listed at $1.295M and drew 5 offers with no comps at all to support the $1.65M list price, which wasn’t a problem in the end as the house appraised.  Take a tour of the new house here.
 
According to the MLS, we can expect to see these coming onto the market sooner or later. 

District

Type

Addr

List Price

Beds

Ba (fl/pt) 

 

#Pkg

Sqft

Dist 1

SFR

765 42nd Ave

$1,999,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

2

2,296

Dist 1

Condo

778 Spruce St #1

$1,389,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,151

Dist 1

SFR

2141 Lake St

$4,500,000

4

5 (4 1)

|

3

2,885

Dist 1

SFR

109 7th Ave

$3,950,000

4

4 (3 1)

|

1

3,220

Dist 1

Condo

2020 Clement St #2

$1,700,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,480

Dist 1

SFR

770 Funston Ave

$5,600,000

6

6 (5 1)

|

2

6,850

Dist 1

SFR

515 12th Ave

$2,300,000

3

2 (1 1)

|

2

1,825

Dist 1

Condo

501 33rd Ave #205

$998,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

 

Dist 2

SFR

2694 19th Ave

$998,000

3

5 (3 2)

|

1

1,500

Dist 2

TIC

1471 19th Ave #3

$699,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

 

Dist 2

SFR

1912 10th Ave

$1,695,000

0

0 (0 0)

|

1

1,985

Dist 2

SFR

1554 20th Ave

$2,180,000

2

1 (1 0)

|

1

2,200

Dist 2

SFR

1283 16th Ave

$1,295,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,669

Dist 2

SFR

1578 47th Ave

$1,450,000

5

3 (3 0)

|

1

2,634

Dist 2

SFR

2442 29th Ave

$1,595,000

2

1 (1 0)

|

1

1,185

Dist 2

SFR

61 Cragmont Ave

$2,495,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

2

 

Dist 3

Condo

8100 Oceanview Ter #305

$599,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

669

Dist 3

SFR

84 Middlefield Dr

$1,495,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,554

Dist 3

Condo

3981 Alemany Blvd #207

$675,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

747

Dist 4

SFR

380 Moncada Way

$1,998,000

3

2 (1 1)

|

2

1,832

Dist 4

Condo

178 Ridgewood Ave #A

$1,238,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,228

Dist 4

SFR

240 Santa Ana Ave

$2,690,000

5

5 (5 0)

|

2

3,166

Dist 4

SFR

52 Eastwood Dr

$1,999,000

6

6 (6 0)

|

2

2,704

Dist 4

SFR

323 Monterey Blvd

$1,300,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

2,180

Dist 4

SFR

436 Pacheco St

$3,500,000

4

4 (3 1)

|

2

3,281

Dist 4

SFR

321 Los Palmos Dr

$1,398,000

0

2 (2 0)

|

1

961

Dist 4

Condo

5086-A Diamond Heights Blvd

$970,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

2

1,350

Dist 4

Condo

990 Duncan St #G302

$825,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

744

Dist 5

SFR

394 Laidley St

$3,085,000

0

0 (0 0)

|

1

 

Dist 5

Condo

4668 18th St

$1,150,000

2

1 (1 0)

|

1

1,320

Dist 5

Condo

1573 Waller St

$1,499,000

3

1 (1 0)

|

1

 

Dist 5

Condo

3615 20th St #5

$1,349,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

 

Dist 5

Condo

40 28th St #4

$879,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

623

Dist 5

SFR

2102 Castro St

$1,999,000

2

1 (1 0)

|

1

 

Dist 5

Condo

1112 Cole St

$1,595,000

3

1 (1 0)

|

1

1,340

Dist 5

SFR

3386 Market St

$1,999,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

0

1,891

Dist 5

SFR

385 Corbett Ave

$1,875,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,570

Dist 5

SFR

608 Noe St

$1,995,000

4

3 (3 0)

|

1

1,880

Dist 5

Condo

3776 20th St

$2,350,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

1

 

Dist 5

SFR

86 Monterey Blvd

$1,395,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

2

1,600

Dist 5

SFR

53 Clarendon Ave

$4,695,000

4

4 (4 0)

|

2

3,500

Dist 5

SFR

4258 26th St

$5,795,000

5

5 (4 1)

|

0

4,304

Dist 5

SFR

52 Clipper St

$2,800,000

3

4 (3 1)

|

1

2,005

Dist 5

Condo

1523 Guerrero St

$1,099,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

804

Dist 5

Condo

225 Valley St

$1,195,000

2

3 (2 1)

|

0

 

Dist 5

SFR

212 Chattanooga St

$3,800,000

3

4 (3 1)

|

2

2,494

Dist 5

SFR

366 Hill St

$4,995,000

5

3 (2 1)

|

0

3,332

Dist 5

SFR

1115 Bosworth St

$2,000,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,672

Dist 5

SFR

115 Alpine Ter

$3,600,000

3

4 (3 1)

|

1

 

Dist 5

Condo

2200 Market St #304

$1,100,000

1

2 (1 1)

|

0

916

Dist 5

Condo

1285 Sanchez St

$1,400,000

2

1 (1 0)

|

0

1,082

Dist 5

SFR

433 Liberty St

$2,200,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

0

 

Dist 6

Condo

1521 Sutter St #404

$1,169,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,001

Dist 6

Condo

2482 Bush St

$1,650,000

2

1 (1 0)

|

1

1,522

Dist 6

Condo

1696 Golden Gate Ave #302

$1,095,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

890

Dist 6

SFR

1880 Turk Blvd

$4,980,000

8

9 (7 2)

|

3

7,500

Dist 6

Condo

66 Cleary Ct

$1,050,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,106

Dist 6

Condo

408 Stanyan St

$1,798,000

3

3 (3 0)

|

2

2,249

Dist 6

Condo

8 Octavia St #802

$1,395,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,001

Dist 6

Condo

1970 Sutter St #115

$1,250,000

1

2 (2 0)

|

2

1,039

Dist 6

Condo

619 Haight St

$1,095,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

0

1,083

Dist 6

Condo

311 Grove St #1

$849,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

0

 

Dist 7

Condo

2121 Webster St #TH8

$4,500,000

3

4 (3 1)

|

1

2,478

Dist 7

Condo

1921 Jefferson St #101

$1,285,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

832

Dist 7

Condo

1635 Chestnut St

$2,200,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,790

Dist 7

Condo

1637 Chestnut St

$2,000,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,350

Dist 7

SFR

2715 Scott St

$9,000,000

5

5 (4 1)

|

0

5,729

Dist 7

Condo

2106 Scott St #B

$825,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

525

Dist 7

Condo

2106 Scott St #C

$2,750,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

2

2,045

Dist 7

Condo

1950 Gough St #307

$799,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

650

Dist 7

SFR

2199 Divisadero St

$5,895,000

5

4 (3 1)

|

2

3,690

Dist 7

Condo

1824 Jackson St #E

$2,600,000

3

3 (2 1)

|

1

2,854

Dist 7

Condo

2920 Buchanan St #3

$1,900,000

3

3 (3 0)

|

1

1,795

Dist 7

SFR

2638-2640 Webster St

$3,795,000

3

3 (3 0)

|

3

2,860

Dist 7

TIC

2364 Pacific Ave #5

$899,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

 

Dist 7

SFR

2518 Jackson St

$17,500,000

7

6 (5 1)

|

4

9,175

Dist 7

Condo

2635 Buchanan St

$3,495,000

3

3 (3 0)

|

1

2,633

Dist 7

Condo

2235 Beach St #202

$2,000,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,630

Dist 8

Condo

840 Powell St #602

$5,250,000

4

4 (3 1)

|

2

3,077

Dist 8

TIC

1100 Leavenworth St #3

$899,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

6,189

Dist 8

Condo

1250 Jones St #401

$1,295,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

1,156

Dist 8

Condo

1545 Pine St #309

$1,590,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,401

Dist 8

TIC

1933 Jones St #1933

$1,299,999

2

1 (1 0)

|

0

 

Dist 8

Condo

650 Turk St #301

$695,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

 

Dist 8

Condo

1688 Pine St #E809

$948,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

0

676

Dist 8

Condo

1688 Pine St #W309

$899,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

704

Dist 8

Condo

111 Chestnut St #405

$1,249,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,301

Dist 8

TIC

2031-1/2 Powell St

$1,250,000

2

1 (1 0)

|

0

986

Dist 8

Condo

10 Miller Pl #2200

$4,500,000

3

3 (3 0)

|

2

2,400

Dist 8

TIC

733 Chestnut St #5

$900,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

 

Dist 8

Condo

1483 Sutter St #504

$1,250,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,316

Dist 8

Condo

1545 Broadway #102

$1,395,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,197

Dist 9

Condo

355 Bryant St #104

$2,495,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

2,206

Dist 9

Condo

250 King St #268

$610,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

0

592

Dist 9

Condo

188 Minna St #27A

$6,600,000

3

3 (3 0)

|

1

2,027

Dist 9

Condo

201 Harrison St #315

$539,000

0

1 (1 0)

|

0

485

Dist 9

Condo

1337 Natoma St #1

$849,000

2

1 (1 0)

|

1

748

Dist 9

Condo

201 Folsom St #9F

$1,595,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,191

Dist 9

Condo

200 Brannan St #438

$2,095,000

3

3 (3 0)

|

2

2,025

Dist 9

Condo

74 New Montgomery St #416

$1,459,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

0

1,123

Dist 9

Condo

380 10th St #8

$798,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

840

Dist 9

TIC

56 Woodward St #A

$449,000

2

1 (1 0)

|

0

 

Dist 9

Condo

701 Vermont St

$1,595,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

0

1,577

Dist 9

Condo

21 Stillman St #5

$1,588,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,945

Dist 9

Condo

235 Berry St #114

$1,699,000

2

3 (2 1)

|

1

1,255

Dist 9

Condo

374 11th St #6

$1,349,000

3

3 (2 1)

|

1

2,095

Dist 9

SFR

917 Florida St

$3,195,000

4

5 (4 1)

|

1

2,490

Dist 9

Condo

488 Folsom St #3501

$3,825,000

3

3 (3 0)

|

1

2,053

Dist 9

Condo

461 2nd St #C109

$749,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

 

Dist 9

Condo

1300 22nd St #404

$985,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

0

672

Dist 9

Condo

201 Folsom St #15A

$1,950,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,368

Dist 9

Condo

425 1st St #802

$1,425,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

0

1,309

Dist 9

Condo

1 Rausch St #D

$1,050,000

1

2 (2 0)

|

0

1,266

Dist 9

Condo

425 1st St #3404

$799,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

605

Dist 9

Condo

425 1st St #3003

$2,495,000

3

3 (3 0)

|

1

1,928

Dist 9

Condo

25 Sierra St #W105

$1,950,000

3

3 (3 0)

|

1

3,530

Dist 9

Condo

1875 Mission St

$830,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

751

Dist 9

Condo

195 7th St #208

$359,000

0

1 (1 0)

|

0

311

Dist 9

Condo

355 1st St #2704

$2,199,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,560

Dist 9

Condo

246 2nd St #1407

$1,149,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,047

Dist 9

Condo

301 Bryant St #601

$1,880,000

0

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,268

Dist 9

Condo

401 Harrison St #14C

$1,850,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,286

Dist 9

Condo

766 Harrison St #602

$395,000

0

1 (1 0)

|

0

 

Dist 9

Condo

1495 Valencia St #2

$1,800,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

2

1,328

Dist 9

Condo

201 Folsom St #28D

$1,329,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

876

Dist 9

Condo

310 Townsend St #208

$729,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

0

789

Dist 9

Condo

1000 3rd St #814

$1,518,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,198

Dist 9

Condo

1378 Florida St

$1,595,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,487

Dist 9

Condo

75 Folsom St #1802

$3,295,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,344

Dist 9

Condo

300 3rd St #302

$1,199,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

0

1,161

Dist 9

Condo

1160 Mission St #1608

$1,230,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,201

Dist 9

Condo

425 1st St #5202

$3,599,000

3

3 (3 0)

|

1

1,971

Dist 9

Condo

201 Folsom St #8A

$1,895,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,368

Dist 9

Condo

74 New Montgomery St #801

$2,995,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

2

1,585

Dist 9

Condo

301 Main St #5C

$1,999,000

2

3 (2 1)

|

1

1,752

Dist 9

Condo

301 Main St #31F

$1,999,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,323

Dist 9

Condo

200 Brannan St #324

$1,999,850

2

2 (2 0)

|

0

1,939

Dist 9

Condo

355 1st St #1908

$899,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

683

Dist 9

Condo

72 Townsend St #902

$3,600,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

 

Dist 9

Condo

260 King St #901

$849,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

832

Dist 9

Condo

250 King St #774

$1,150,000

2

2 (1 1)

|

1

1,060

Dist 9

Condo

301 Mission St #56D

$3,780,000

2

3 (3 0)

|

1

2,230

Dist 9

Condo

201 Folsom St #28E

$2,150,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,366

Dist 9

Condo

74 New Montgomery St #406

$945,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

0

824

Dist 9

Condo

246 2nd St #704

$748,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

644

Dist 9

Condo

60 Rausch St #206

$1,195,000

2

2 (1 1)

|

1

1,550

Dist 9

Condo

1160 Mission St #1209

$820,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

764

Dist 9

Condo

338 Spear St #16G

$1,029,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

807

Dist 9

SFR

600 Gates St

$1,595,000

4

3 (3 0)

|

0

2,569

Dist 9

Condo

250 King St #372

$838,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

752

Dist 9

Condo

338 Main St #19H

$1,198,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

854

Dist 9

Condo

1160 Mission St #2007

$1,099,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,043

Dist 9

Condo

317 Harriet St #22

$1,275,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,524

Dist 9

Condo

330 Mission Bay Blvd #504

$1,625,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,310

Dist 9

Condo

856 Capp St

$1,850,000

2

3 (2 1)

|

1

1,261

Dist 9

Condo

631 Folsom St #11D

$1,395,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,230

Dist 9

Condo

374 11th St #5

$1,295,000

2

3 (2 1)

|

1

1,771

Dist 9

Condo

859 Indiana St

$1,299,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,111

Dist 9

Condo

951 Treat Ave

$1,295,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

0

 

Dist 9

Condo

301 Mission St #28A

$1,469,000

2

0 (0 0)

|

1

1,517

Dist 9

SFR

76 Bernal Heights Blvd

$1,698,000

3

3 (3 0)

|

2

2,497

Dist 9

Condo

318 Main St #3E

$1,350,000

1

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,098

Dist 9

Condo

461 2nd St #451T

$1,149,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

1,398

Dist 9

Condo

501 Beale St #5E

$810,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

759

Dist 9

SFR

76 Littlefield Ter

$1,200,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

 

Dist 9

Condo

4005 Mission St #1

$1,098,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

0

1,551

Dist 9

Condo

1160 Mission St #1007

$1,200,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

0

1,043

Dist 9

Condo

260 King St #809

$839,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

890

Dist 9

Condo

207 King St #401

$1,799,000

2

3 (2 1)

|

1

1,900

Dist 9

Condo

68 Harriet St #15

$958,000

1

2 (1 1)

|

1

1,221

Dist 10

SFR

37 Ervine St

$1,300,000

3

3 (3 0)

|

1

2,157

Dist 10

Condo

451 Donahue St #414

$578,000

1

1 (1 0)

|

1

744

Dist 10

SFR

152 Rae Ave

$998,000

2

1 (1 0)

|

0

1,400

Dist 10

Condo

401 Crescent Ct #4104

$735,000

2

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,096

Dist 10

SFR

121 Tucker Ave

$798,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

1

1,575

Dist 10

SFR

25 Colonial Way

$1,098,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

1

 

Dist 10

SFR

53 Edinburgh St

$998,000

3

1 (1 0)

|

1

1,125

Dist 10

SFR

1348 Palou Ave

$649,000

3

2 (2 0)

|

0

940

Dist 10

Condo

3 Bass Ct

$899,000

3

3 (3 0)

|

2

1,511

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Price

Number of Units

Number Rented

Sqft

 

# of Parking

 

Dist 1

$3,795,000

217-219 16th Ave

 

$3,795,000

2

1

5,910

|

0

 

Dist 1

$1,998,000

3411 Anza St

 

$1,998,000

4

4

3,276

|

4

 

Dist 1

$2,500,000

2845-2847 Turk

$2,500,000

2

1

2,975

|

2

 

Dist 2

$2,386,000

1262 48th Ave

 

$2,386,000

2

0

3,070

|

4

 

Dist 4

$1,999,000

52-54 Eastwood Dr

 

$1,999,000

2

2

2,704

|

2

 

Dist 5

$900,000

22-22 1/2 30th St

 

$900,000

2

1

1,604

|

0

 

Dist 6

$1,648,000

517-519 Fell St

$1,648,000

2

0

1,934

|

0

 

Dist 7

$3,295,000

131-133 Mallorca

$3,295,000

2

0

3,250

|

3

 

Dist 9

$3,800,000

959-961 Valencia St

 

$3,800,000

2

0

2,519

|

3

 

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