Tag: Noe Valley Real Estate

Our Weekly Top 10 allow you to see which homes, condominiums and lofts attracted the most online views over the last seven days, as well as which ones you can see on McGuire's open house schedule.
Shopping for a new home varies by shape, size, price, neighborhood and more. Once a buyer identifies their needs, preferences and budget, it’s time to explore those properties which catch their eye. Let’s take a peek—here are the Top 10 Properties Viewed on McGuire.com This Week! 1.) 313 Duncan Street | Noe Valley – $2,995,000 Please contact: Eric Turner [&h...
Shopping for a new home varies by shape, size, price, neighborhood and more. Once a buyer identifies their needs, preferences and budget, it’s time to explore those properties which catch their eye. Let’s take a peek—here are the Top 10 Properties Viewed on McGuire.com This Week! 1.) 357 Tehama Street #4 | SOMA – $3,995,000 Please contact: Adam Gavzer [&hell...
Shopping for a new home varies by shape, size, price, neighborhood and more. Once a buyer identifies their needs, preferences and budget, it’s time to explore those properties which catch their eye. Here are the top 10 properties viewed this week from mcguire.com. 1.) 268 Lombard Street #1 | Telegraph Hill – $4,650,000 Please contact: Jennifer Dal […]
Walking down 24th Street from Castro to Church prosperity is visible everywhere. Four banks in this three block stretch and a Wholefoods at the center means there is serious money in the Noe Valley neighborhood. Newcomers to San Francisco or Noe Valley will invariably say, “The houses are so small, the prices so high; what […]
Shopping for a new home varies by shape, size, price, neighborhood and more. Once a buyer identifies their needs, preferences and budget, it’s time to explore those properties which catch their eye. Here are the top 10 properties viewed this week from mcguire.com. 1.) 3368 Jackson Street | Presidio Heights – $15,500,000 Please contact: Neal Ward 2.) 2555 Union Stre...
This time last year many sellers were hoping they would get one offer and sell their home without losing money. This week the seller of 535 Elizabeth received 17 offers for their 1,995 sq. ft. 3BR/2BA/1-car condo. The asking price, $1,195,000, was not exactly bargain basement territory. Yes, one way over asking offer stood out […]