Millennials Visit The Bank of Mom & Dad, Neighbors Delay New Building for Being Too Nice…
Ryan Fay and Omar Maissen look at this week in San Francisco real estate: A 2,500 square foot vacant lot in what neighborhood sells for what???? Millennials visit the bank of Mom and Dad, a mission non-profit that opposes development becomes… a developer! Finally, only in San Francisco will Mission neighborhood neighbors object to a proposed new building because it looks “too nice.”
This Week in San Francisco Real Estate #19 Episode Guide:
It Sold for What?
How much would you pay for .06 acres in San Francisco? Would it matter by neighborhood? What would you pay for a lot in Pacific Heights or The Bayview? What about by topography? For the price of about 3 full homes in Ohio, here’s what you get in San Francisco for a vacant residential lot with no approved plans or permits.
Stats of San Francisco
Are millennials visiting the bank of Mom and Dad to make their first home purchases (proving everything old is new again)? And what kind of homes are they buying? How long are they planning on staying? Millennials, this week’s stat of San Francisco.
Crazy True Story
What’s the lastest move for a non-profit based in the Mission neighborhood that has opposed development? Apparently, the next step is to become a developer, proving the old adage that if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em!
That’s Really Random
Quality construction is welcomed every place but San Francisco, apparently! Neighbors delay a proposed new development in the Mission neighborhood because the finishes and materials are too nice. Seriously. We can’t make this stuff up. Well, we could… but why bother?
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