Wanna buy a House in SF $500,000 – $649,000?

There are a few things you should know. 1. It’s competitive. I have clients in contract for a SFH (single family home) in Parkside right now. We were the winning bid out of 9 offers – some of which were all cash offers. 2. Be prepared for some expensive repairs either immediately or within a year or two. Homes in this price range generally suffer from some form of deferred maintenance. The home I helped my clients purchase had a

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Stats for Sales of Homes in the $500,000 – $649,000 range

San Francisco HOUSE Sales $500,000 – $649,000 October 15, 2008 – August 1, 2009 Total Sales: 356 (23% of the city’s house sales) Total REO (bank-owned) Sales: 74 Known Short Sales: 48 This is the most active segment by volume for houses, and unit sales were up 41% year over year. Once again, most of the sales, 63%, occurred in the city’s less affluent southern neighborhoods: Excelsior, Portola, Crocker Amazon, Ingleside & Oceanview. But there were also 53 sales in

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Revamped SFOpenHomes.com now Live

Per yesterday’s post I recieved a couple of requests from readers looking for more info regarding SFOpenHomes.com. Since the site has JUST been revamped and is just in the beginning phase of being heavily promoted I thought it was a good time to let you know what this site can do that makes it different from SFGate (the online web companion to the Open Home section of the Chronicle). The rebuilt site offers a plethora of new features some of

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