198 Dolores Street #6, a beautiful 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom TIC in Mission Dolores, is now in contract. Located at 15th Street and Dolores Street, the top floor flat includes parking and storage and attracted multiple offers with a list price of $599,999. The winning offer was all cash with 7 days close of escrow and no contingencies.
Jessie Lee, the listing agent for the condo, said that savvy buyers these days understand what “Soft Story Building” and “TIC” mean before they are making offers, a contrast to previous markets where all that buyers understood was that TICs were less desirable than condos. “TICs have great fractional financing and fair interest rates,” said Jessie. “It gives prospective buyers confidence and flexibility with their financing choices.”
This particular TIC at 198 Dolores Street is well located near multiple companies’ shuttle buses, so it’s popular among work commuters to the South Bay. Not to mention that Dolores Street is arguably the best street in the neighborhood, and 198 Dolores is only one block from Whole Foods and three blocks from Dolores Park. It’s also walking distance to boutique shops, restaurants, and bars on Valencia, Mission, and Church Streets.
If you are thinking about selling or buying a home in Mission Dolores or surrounding neighborhoods, including Noe Valley, the Mission, and the Castro, contact neighborhood professional Jessie Lee at 415.518.6402 or email@example.com.
Jessie Lee is a certified REO professional and continues to broaden her professional network of REO networks agents, lending institutions, RE asset managers, and professional investors. Jessie is an urban loft, high-rise condominium, and single-family home expert. She works tirelessly with a skilled and specialized team of real estate professionals to locate and market only the most attractive and ideal properties for each of her valued clients. She is a skilled negotiator with a penchant for value. She has a firm, effective negotiating style and a growing list of satisfied clients.
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