New development pricing information in San Francisco can be a challenge to come by. There are a variety of reasons that getting the data is a challenge. Developers don’t usually enter all of the homes for sales in the building in the MLS, and often times even those listed in the MLS show up as expired or withdrawn. In addition, with new construction it takes the tax records that are most easily available quite some time to update with the new property usage code and new assessor’s parcel numbers (APN). Â For all those reasons, we are excited to announce our first One Hawthorne pricing and sales report.
Â It is available over at our sister site, New Construction SFÂ whereÂ we’ve combed through the tax records to come up with an incredible amount of information about sales and pricing at the One Hawthorne development. For example – through the end of July there have been 60 home sales at One Hawthorne, with about 75% of those going to owner occupiers.
In addition, we’ve got the scoop on sales prices and price per square foot metrics that we can create by matching tax records against the building floor plan (because the tax data does not yet contain square footage information, so it is a manual process at this time). If you are thinking about purchasing in any Â San Francisco new construction project or the One Hawthorne building in particular, be sure to check out our sales and pricing report. Then get in touch if you are interested in the benefits of independent representation.
Neither Matt Fuller, GRI, Britton Jackson, CRS, nor Zephyr Real Estate is the listing agent for theÂ One Hawthorne development. Matt and Britton offer buyers independent representation in newÂ construction across the city of San Francisco. The Mark Co. is the listing agent for theÂ development. Â All data presented in believed to be reliable but is not warranted an is subject to errors and omissions. Our primary data source is the San Francisco tax records.