No surprises about where all of the points land on the map, of course, with a few in Curbed SF's neighborhood of the year. It is, however, a bit disappointing that not one property in the northern or western reaches of the city dips below our comparatively frugal price point, but those are the realities of buying in the city these days.
You're a brave soul who wants to buy a single-family home in San Francisco without access to the roughly $1.4 million in capital that most of your fellow buyers are paying. You've got chutzpah, we'll give you that. And because we admire such moxie, we've even done a little advance scouting.
Here's a passel of San Francisco houses on offer for just less than half of the city's median price in 2016.Read More