Anne Laury Record Transactions

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Highlights from some of my record transactions:

1627-29 Beach Street, represented the Seller, $4.9M, record sale for a two-unit building in the Marina

1828 Vistazio, represented the Buyer, $1.6M, best price (least expensive) house with a view, in the best location in Tiburon

1854 18th Avenue, represented the Buyer, $930,000, rare find; won the bidding war with cleanest terms and persuasion, even if our offer was not the highest due to my first-time buyer with limited budget

1946-48 California, represented the Seller, $3,124,000, sold in a few months after seller had on the market with other agents for two years; eight tenants in a rent controlled two-unit building

2121 Laguna, represented the Seller, $1,300,000, record price in the building

712 Castro Street, represented the Seller, $3,400,000, record price with tenant in the Castro, exceeded seller expectations by 30 percent

478-480 10th Avenue, represented the Buyer, $1,810,000, record low price per square foot in the Inner Richmond for a two-unit building; condo conversion completed 

3975 Clay Street,represented the Buyer, $2,395,000, record low price in Presidio Heights for a TIC; condo conversion completed

52 Paseo Mirasol, represented the Seller, $2,500,000, record price per square foot of the original structure; obtained approval from the City of Tiburon for previously unpermitted work, which resulted in added square footage and value

224 32nd Avenue, represented the Seller, $3,750,000, sold off-market at record price per square foot for a house that had not been updated or staged.

240 Lombard, #812, represented the Seller, $720,000, a record price per square foot in the building

1200 Page, represented the Seller, $2,720,000, record price for condo in Haight-Ashbury 

237 Rockwood, represented the Seller, $1,350,000, record sale for home adjacent to  South San Francisco cemetery.

1059 Vallejo, represented the Seller, $6,200,000, record price per square foot on Russian Hill (partial views, not a new construction)

2660 Garfield, represented the Buyer, $1,445,000; nine months later client sold it for $1,708,000, an 18 percent price increase

2255 Franklin, San Francisco, represented the Seller $2,651,000; highest price paid for a three-bedroom condominium on Franklin Street