The Radiance at Mission bay is raising the standards of waterfront living in San Francisco. Starting from the $500’s with views of the San Francisco Bay, Bay Bridge, and Downtown San Francisco, this development has exceeded even the expectations of Bosa. Model units are now open.
Expert real estate developer Nat Bosa believes the market is set to rebound soon. “Yes, we reduced prices, but this is a unique window of opportunity for buyers, and we have always been realistic in our pricing structure,” Bosa is quoted as saying in the San Francisco business times in regards to Radiance at Mission Bay.
San Francisco Condos will be amongst the first reawaken once the financial markets stabilize, and with the new stimulus package could be sooner than later.
The market is already showing slight signs of a recovery and according to Bosa; the prices will adjust with the market.
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There’s more good news for the San Francisco housing market despite statistics released earlier this month from the National Association of Realtors projecting 6 straight quarters of year-over-year existing home median price declines which would end in Q1 of 2008. Our San Francisco housing statistics were as follows for June 2007: For Sale Median Price of $799,000, Under Contract Median Price of $829,000, Sold Median of $899,000 leading to a new Median Price of $799,888 for the month. Comparing June of 2007 to June 2006, we had a 10.64% drop in the amount of inventory for sale, however we had a .97% increase in the amount of property in contract. Good news! Overall, however there were 114 less properties sold in June 2007 than in June 2006 for a 16.43% drop. This can partly be attributed to tighter lending standards. More deals are falling out of contract these days due to the inability of the buyers to obtain financing.
Once again, the take home message with the S.F. market is that property values are holding, despite increased inventory, longer days on market, and lower sales volume. San Francisco is a wonderful place to live, work in, and visit—and apparently there are others who agree.