Case Study: Sunset/Parkside Homes On The Market


#221

Ok, let’s see if the low price will get this home on a freeway sold…

https://www.redfin.com/CA/San-Francisco/1672-19th-Ave-94122/home/639029


#222

https://www.redfin.com/CA/San-Francisco/2271-40th-Ave-94116/home/1092387?utm_source=myredfin&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=ios_share&utm_nooverride=1&utm_content=link

Haha here’s one with views too! Did you see it sfdrsgon?


#223

No, I didn’t. Wow, total fixer sounds like for a mil… par for the course in the Sunset now…


#224

I get it, open concept is in but to an extent right? I don’t know that I really like a Sunset kitchen to be completely opened up in this fashion. My home, I left some wall to separate the kitchen from the living room but it is open to the dining area. Maybe it is just me…

https://www.redfin.com/CA/San-Francisco/2194-43rd-Ave-94116/home/1860527


#225

I think a complete open concert mix well with small area like our typical Sunset upper level homes. It is a more model setup. They can always setup downstairs for more privacy areas.


#226

But most folks have their tvs in the living room or if you are entertaining guests do you want to necessarily hear or see someone cooking in the kitchen area?


#227

Cooking/entertaining like Benihana style for the win!


#228

Yes, this home on a freeway is also Pending…

https://www.redfin.com/CA/San-Francisco/1672-19th-Ave-94122/home/639029


#229

Not bad for the other house on 19th Ave…

https://www.redfin.com/CA/San-Francisco/1751-19th-Ave-94122/home/2027071


#230

Ok, a large home in the Outer Sunset asking for a very large price out the gate…

Does the seller get it???


#231

Already designated as a Hot Home, will this one hit the 2M benchmark despite the unlucky address numbers? Please do…


#232

Ok, living on a freeway and a very unlucky address. Wonder what this goes for…

That’s pretty fun, this house is near transportation…


#233

What is going on in your immediate hood @wuqijun? Case in point, this one. Sold in 2015 for 1.7M, remodeled some, and then now back on the market for even less at 1.598M. Will strategy pay off, after taking into account all factors like holding cost and remodeling cost??? This is on 14th avenue, no less…


#234

Maybe they are expecting a $500k overbid?


#235

Come on!!! Well, maybe…:grinning:


#236

Wow, a 1/1 827 sq ft contractor fixer in the Sunset goes for a sweet tune of 1.2M???


#237

Wait a minute, how does one get 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths into a 1214 sq ft home???


#238

It amazes me how some flippers maximize the garage level these days. Each additional room +150K more to sales price…


#239

Agreed! Which is partially why I do have a thing for corner houses. You can usually build an inlaw from the backside that takes some of the garage away yet provides privacy from the other space. Win-win-win!!!


#240

Interesting one…if dolled up, easy 2M…