The Front Steps Price Per Square Foot Debate revisited

I remember seeing a comment on the Front Steps – (great real estate blog too I must say), regarding a listing at 23 Belmont in which one commenter stated, per the tax records, that listing was a ridiculous price per square foot for the location. Well, apparently the market did not think so because it recently closed (sale price is at the bottom fyi) for $300,000 over its ‘insane’ list price in 12 days on the market with 3 offers.

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Another busy weekend… Armenian Food Festival and the Fiesta on the Hill!

This weekend is full of great events, so if you have time, here’s a few I’d like to mention. As my company’s weekly office meetings take place at St. John Armenian Apostolic Church,I’ve been looking forward to the 65th Armenian Food Festival! It’s open both Saturday the 20th from noon until midnight (dancing with live music starts at 9pm) and Sunday the 21st from noon till 4pm. There’s the food, children’s crafts, entertainment including the Karoun Dance Ensemble plus jewelry

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More Facts Ma'am

137 properties sold in the two weeks from October 3rd through October 16th: Single Family Home Sold = 60 34 ↑ over Asking4 ↔ At Asking22 ↓ Under Asking Condominiums = 64 26↑15↔22↓ 2-4 Unit Buildings = 9 2↑3↔4↓ Source SFAR Multiple Listing Service But that doesn’t really tell the entire story. The questions you should be asking yourself, if you’re a true market watcher is: 1. HOW much over and under are they going for? In most cases not

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The rainy season has begun…

And it’s time for the 4th annual Sandbag Saturday. If you are a San Francisco resident and have a business or residence here in San Francisco, you can pick up free sandbags tomorrow Saturday October 20th from 11am- 1:00 pm. There will also be flood prevention information available. Bring proof of residency! On October 20th, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission and Department of Public Works will kick off the 4th annual “Sandbag Saturday” to raise flood prevention awareness and

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Enough about bubble blogs…

Let’s watch some films from around the world. San Francisco has no shortage of film festivals to enjoy: It’s the 10th United Nations Film Festival with pre-festival screenings starting today and the festival running thru October 28th. If you are unfamiliar with this festival, read an excerpt from their website UNAFF celebrates the power of films dealing with human rights,environmental survival, women’s issues, protection of refugees, homelessness,racism, disease control, universal education, war and peace. Documentaries oftenelicit a very personal, emotional

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