August 17th
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Looking for a Good Deal on a Single-Family Home? Let’s Start Here:

The Lake Street District and The Richmond (District 1) offer one of the lowest dollars per sq ft, as well as some of the highest average appreciation year-over-year; this is one of the best spots to look if you want to maximize your investment. Other lesser dollar per sq ft areas for SFHs are the […]

The Lake Street District and The Richmond (District 1) offer one of the lowest dollars per sq ft, as well as some of the highest average appreciation year-over-year; this is one of the best spots to look if you want to maximize your investment. Other lesser dollar per sq ft areas for SFHs are the Sunset, Parkside and Merced (District 2–3). The highest dollar per square foot areas—after Pacific Heights, Presidio Heights and Russian Hill—are Noe Valley (District 5) and Lower Pacific Heights (District 6).  If you’re looking to sell your home it’s imperative to not only look at sales comparisons in your neighborhood, but in those comparable and competitive neighborhoods too, as buyers shop for homes there as well.

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