The Under 500 Club is Curbed SF's exclusive members-only support group for those shoddy, poorly-staged homes (if at all!) languishing on the market for under $500,000. It's a sad state of affairs out there, San Francisco. All sad sacks and shitboxes should appeal to the Curbed SF inbox.
What: Take heed, bargain hunters. It's a rare member of the Under-500 Club that arrives on the market move-in ready. 1067 Gilman Avenue is one of them. New everything in this 2 bedroom, 1 bath home: kitchen, gas, electrical, hot water heater— and the seemingly ubiquitous "bonus room." Call this "Under 500, deluxe."
How much: $469,000
What:1783 Revere Avenue is described as a "solid single family home." Sure it needs a little TLC, but if it didn't, chance are you wouldn't find it on this list. Basic deets: 2 bedrooms, with an upstairs that could be used as a third, concrete foundations, copper plumbing, and circuit breakers.
How Much: $349,900
Note: "Bank owned and priced to sell," so get on it!
What: A 1,000 square foot home that sits on a lot over three times that size. 1399 Quesada Avenue is a 2 bedroom home with an additional (read: illegal) 2 bedroom unit below, and plenty of room for expansion. No word on the interior condition or move-in readiness.
How Much: $475,000
Note: "All Offers Considered. An offer can't be considered unless it is submitted, so go ahead, submit one." We couldn't have put it better.