Header Image
April 19, 2012

Burlingame Home Sells $355,000 Over List with 13 Offers

Geoffrey Nelson

Low Supply, High Demand...Valley Technology money creeping northward...pent-up demand...flustered buyers tired of losing on multiple offers...attractive interest rates....ALL OF THE ABOVE contribute to our brisk Burlingame market. 211 Clarendon (pictured) is the most recent poster child closing at $355,000 over asking on 13 offers, with 8 days on market. List Price $1,395,000; Sale Price $1,750,000. Per MLS, the Mediterranean-inspired home featured 2,980 sq. ft. on a 7900 sq. ft. lot with 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, plus office. This Burlingables/Lyon Hoag sales ties the area's all time high sales price, which I established in 2008 with my sale at 724 Concord for $1,750,000. Of all Burlingame homes for sale, 724 Concord may be one of the most apt as a conversation piece with its absolute storybook Shakespearean character, marble foyer, and ultimate tree-lilned cul-de-sac backing up to Washington Park acreage. With this competitive climate, buyers will NEED their agents to perform on the dime: be constantly accessing non-MLS leads, and crafting offer strategies designed to WIN. As the #1 McGuire Peninsula agent the last 2 years, I would look forward to putting such expertise to work for you, backed by a reputation of success and 11 years as a top producer. Call or Text 650-455-3735  geoffrey@geoffreynelson.com