Property Statement and MLS Printout

The property statement and MLS printout are typically included in a complete San Francisco disclosure package.

// This post is a part of our series: Your Guide to a San Francisco Disclosure Package. //

The property statement and MLS printout are *property specific* disclosures about how the property is being marketed in print and in the MLS.

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propstatement Information contained in the marketing may be different from the information available from other sources, including public tax records, the building and planning department, and any other city or county agencies.

As a buyer, you should be aware of and comfortable with any differences between marketing and public records. There is no city definition of what a bedroom is, so different agents may market different rooms in different ways, for example.

Public tax records are often also contained in a disclosure package, so it can be fairly easy to compare the two documents when reviewing a disclosure package in San Francisco.

The discrepancies between public records and property marketing can be important points of investigation for a buyer. Even if the property statement and MLS statement aren’t contained in the disclosure package, it is never a bad practice to compare the property marketing documents you’ve received with public data sources.

As always, this series about what’s in a San Francisco disclosure package isn’t intended to be legal advice. Your situation and circumstances may vary. Don’t take advice from strangers on the internet. You should at least meet us first.

46 Conkling, San Francisco, CA 94124 for $699,000, SFAR MLS ID {listing_id} – New Zephyr Listing

Sweet home with newer windows, redone floors. Bonus Rooms and 1/2 bath downstairs (not warranted). House has a formal dining room, lots of charm, fireplace and the back yard is ready to be planted in lovely Silver Terrace. Same owner for 65 years! Lower storage level too. Pictures up shortly

Learn More about Sweet home with newer windows, redone floors. Bonus Rooms and 1/2 bath downstairs (not warranted). House has a formal dining room, lots of charm, fireplace and the back yard is ready to be planted in lovely Silver Terrace. Same owner for 65 years! Lower storage level too. Pictures up shortly

2905 Bush Street, San Francisco, CA 94115 for $2,849,000, SFAR MLS ID {listing_id} – New Zephyr Listing

Home with legal 1 bd garden apt. Remodeled/rebuilt from foundation up 2007 creating a modern open space keeping Victorian elegance. Upper level offers Fab. master suite/master bath, Carrera marble, walk-in closet, gas fplc., skylights plus 2 lg br and 1 ba. Main level features open kitchen w/Euro style cabinetry, open to fam. rm , dining and walk-out deck, double French doors, gas fplc. plus form.liv.rm w/gas fplc and sitting area, full ba w/steam shower. Walnut floors, window treatm. Lower vacant legal 1 br w/ walk-in closet, 1 ba garden apt. liv.rm w/gas fplc. open to kit. eating area. Hwd. floors, Sep.entry. Patio to Landsc. garden, 2+ s/s pkg. Exquisite detail, excellent maint. Transp.,shopping, restaurants, JCC. 2 blocks from home.

Learn More about Home with legal 1 bd garden apt. Remodeled/rebuilt from foundation up 2007 creating a modern open space keeping Victorian elegance. Upper level offers Fab. master suite/master bath, Carrera marble, walk-in closet, gas fplc., skylights plus 2 lg br and 1 ba. Main level features open kitchen w/Euro style cabinetry, open to fam. rm , dining and walk-out deck, double French doors, gas fplc. plus form.liv.rm w/gas fplc and sitting area, full ba w/steam shower. Walnut floors, window treatm. Lower vacant legal 1 br w/ walk-in closet, 1 ba garden apt. liv.rm w/gas fplc. open to kit. eating area. Hwd. floors, Sep.entry. Patio to Landsc. garden, 2+ s/s pkg. Exquisite detail, excellent maint. Transp.,shopping, restaurants, JCC. 2 blocks from home.

55 Page St Unit 427, San Francisco, CA 94102 for $336,575, SFAR MLS ID {listing_id} – New Zephyr Listing

2 BR Below Market Rate unit. Must be 1st-time homebuyer & income eligible. Maximum income for 2 people = $81,500; 3 = $91,700; 4 = $101,900, etc. Application, loan pre-approval, homebuyer education certificate and SF Purchase Contract due on 07/07/15 @ Realtor’s office. Application at www.sfmohcd.org. Pls contact Realtor for more info. Unit available thru the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development & subject to resale controls, monitoring & other restrictions. See sf-moh.org for program info. Buyer responsible for Transfer Tax and all Escrow and Title Fee’s. Fair Housing Opportunity.

Learn More about 2 BR Below Market Rate unit. Must be 1st-time homebuyer & income eligible. Maximum income for 2 people = $81,500; 3 = $91,700; 4 = $101,900, etc. Application, loan pre-approval, homebuyer education certificate and SF Purchase Contract due on 07/07/15 @ Realtor’s office. Application at www.sfmohcd.org. Pls contact Realtor for more info. Unit available thru the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development & subject to resale controls, monitoring & other restrictions. See sf-moh.org for program info. Buyer responsible for Transfer Tax and all Escrow and Title Fee’s. Fair Housing Opportunity.

55 Page St Unit 427, San Francisco, CA 94102 for $336,575, SFAR MLS ID {listing_id} – New Zephyr Listing

2 BR Below Market Rate unit. Must be 1st-time homebuyer & income eligible. Maximum income for 2 people = $81,500; 3 = $91,700; 4 = $101,900, etc. Application, loan pre-approval, homebuyer education certificate and SF Purchase Contract due on 07/07/15 @ Realtor’s office. Application at www.sfmohcd.org. Pls contact Realtor for more info. Unit available thru the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development & subject to resale controls, monitoring & other restrictions. See sf-moh.org for program info. Buyer responsible for Transfer Tax and all Escrow and Title Fee’s. Fair Housing Opportunity.

Learn More about 2 BR Below Market Rate unit. Must be 1st-time homebuyer & income eligible. Maximum income for 2 people = $81,500; 3 = $91,700; 4 = $101,900, etc. Application, loan pre-approval, homebuyer education certificate and SF Purchase Contract due on 07/07/15 @ Realtor’s office. Application at www.sfmohcd.org. Pls contact Realtor for more info. Unit available thru the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development & subject to resale controls, monitoring & other restrictions. See sf-moh.org for program info. Buyer responsible for Transfer Tax and all Escrow and Title Fee’s. Fair Housing Opportunity.

2014 Median Single Family Sales Price by Neighborhood

We recently released our 2014 SF Real Estate Report, which tracks five key statistics for SF home prices in every SF neighborhood, for both single family homes and condos. We follow the SF condo market in depth at sfmoderncondos.com, and the information for single family homes is here on jacksonfuller.com:

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Of the roughly 80 neighborhoods tracked by the SFAR MLS, only 19 of them have a median sales price of under $1,000,000.  The least expensive neighborhood for a single family home in 2014 was The Bayview, with a median sales price of $600,000. The most expensive neighborhood for a single family home in 2014 was Presidio Heights, with a median sales price of $5,950,000. Here’s the entire breakdown:

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SF Home Prices: Median Sales Price of greater than $3,000,000 in 2014

 

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SF Home Prices: Single Family Home median sales price from 2.5 mil to 3.0 mil in 2014

 

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SF Home Prices: Single Family Home median sales price from 2. mil to 2.5 mil in 2014

 

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SF Home Prices: Single Family Home median sales price from 1.5 mil to 2.0 mil in 2014

 

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SF Home Prices: Single Family Home median sales price from 1.25 mil to 1.50 mil in 2014

 

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SF Home Prices: Single Family Home median sales price from 1.0 mil to 1.25 mil in 2014

 

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SF Home Prices: Single Family Home median sales price from $750,000 to 1.0 mil in 2014

 

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SF Home Prices: Single Family Home median sales price of $750,000 or less

 

As we all know, single family homes in San Francisco are expensive and only getting more so. 2014 was a year where numerous neighborhoods set records. Almost all new construction in SF is for condo homes, there is one current project – Summit 800 – that is selling single family homes in the city.

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