Welcome to Paul’s Picks, a weekly segment where Paul showcases some the best deals on the market here in the Peninsula. From single-family homes and condos to 2-4 units and large apartments complexes even vacant lots. Paul closely and constantly monitors a wide arrange of product types seeking out the market opportunity that you might not have thought about. If you would like to discuss a property in more detail or find out about other properties that may fit your needs better please give me a call at (650) 348-2020.
Paul’s Pick #1 – 807 Acacia Avenue – Burlingame [click here for more]
For my first pick this week, I have 807 Acacia Avenue in Burlingame. I love the charm of this classic 1920s craftsman-style home, combined its location with a short walk to Burlingame Avenue, you get all the conveniences of city living combined with all the comforts of suburban lifestyle. But what really sets this home apart is that it comes with a set of approved plans to double the size of the home, giving you a 4-bedroom 2 1/2-bathroom home, making it perfect for those young families looking for a home that could grow as their needs grow, or as larger families who need that 3rd and 4th bedroom. Listed at just under 1.3, this property will not last long, so if you’re interested, give me a call. I’d love to help you out.
Paul’s Pick #2 – 444 Norfolk Avenue – Pacifica [click here for more]
For my second pick this week, I have 444 Norfolk Avenue in Pacifica. Now this is a duplex consisting of 2 3-bedroom 2-bathroom units, and is perfect for you Pacifica, or even San Bruno or South City buyer who are looking to increase your purchasing power, by increasing the income you receive from the building. So if you’re concerned about either selling for a condo or a smaller 2-in-1, and a 3-bedroom 2-bathroom is just out of reach, you need to take a good hard look at 444 Norfolk Avenue.
Paul’s Pick #3 – 219 Clifden Drive – South San Francisco [click here for more]
For my final pick this week, I have 219 Clifden Drive in the West Wind Neighborhood of South San Francisco. Now I’ve been tracking this 3-in-1 for a few weeks now, because it came in the market right before the holidays which isn’t the best time to go on the market, and it is tenant-occupied. Now it’s good to know if you’re a buyer, but more important to know if you’re a seller that tenant-occupied properties sell for a discount. This is simply due to logistics, because it harder to show a unit, so your exposure decreases. So if you are a first-time home buyer, or even an investor possibility looking to flip the property, take advantage of this marketing misuse and get this home at a great price.