Jason "The Machine" Chan


#61

He’s still going thru his “phase”… :rofl:


#62

It’s his freedom to have family member work with him. I’m not against family business.


#63

Family business is the real business.


#64

Another neighbor selling… how will this one stack up?.. :thinking:


#65

What’s up with your street? Everybody’s fleeing from the haunted house?


#66

Haunted house is next block down. A non-issue.


#67

A little excessive, wouldn’t you say, Jason?


#68

Was that why it got sold below list? What a crook.


#69

Jason and his sis with a 1031 exchange in the Excelsior this time:


#70

Always been curious about how much these townhomes go for…


#71

looks nice, how much do they rent for?


#72

Well, 3 years ago (eons ago in RE time, I know) one went for 990K. With SFHs in the Sunset easily eclipsing 1M, I would venture that this will go for 1.2-1.3M. Personally, I never liked them. They are all narrow, cookie cutter and too tall. Even worse would be if your home is on the 19th Ave side.

http://www.climbsf.com/for-sale/1702-20th-ave/


The Sunset Rocking The Overbids!
#73

Probably $4.5K or so would be my guess. Not sure if the HOA allows for rentals.

Same here, but I was always curious about this place back when I lived in Sunset because I thought it was a mortuary at first glance (the view from 19th and Lawton looked like an expanded version of the one on 10th and Geary). If I liked tri-level townhomes my property search wouldn’t be so hard…


#74

Should have known. Jason’s sis is double dipping in an all cash transaction :unamused:


#75

My neighbor sold for over $2M


#76

It’s much bigger than 2083


#77

Ok, Mr. Sunset is back to his old tricks… the classic 995 pricing strategy!!! Go, Jason, go!!!


#78

Another double dipping transaction…this one was cheap - seller got robbed by the Chans.


#79

Another day, another dollar for The Machine!!!

How about 457K over asking???


#80

The Machine is back to his old tricks (lowball strategy)!!!