Luxury home sales in San Francisco are dominated by the swath of established, prestige northern neighborhoods running from Sea Cliff through Pacific Heights and Russian Hill to Telegraph Hill, by the greater Noe-Eureka-Cole Valleys district, and, to a lesser extent, the smaller neighborhoods around St. Francis Wood. For luxury condos, the South Beach-Yerba Buena-Mission Bay area has a large and growing presence as big, dramatic, expensive condo projects have sprouted there over the past 15 years.
With the construction of new high-end, high-tech-amenity, condo projects on Market Street and Van Ness, and in neighborhoods like the Inner Mission, Hayes Valley and Inner Richmond — often selling for more than $1000 per square foot — luxury condos are now spreading into new areas of the city.
As interest rates creep up, and inventory remains at historic lows (at all price points), it’s important to have a strategy for success. I’m here to put together a success plan for you, family and/or colleagues.