San Francisco Foreclosure Listings

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Foreclosure Homes:

26TH AVE San Francisco - CA
Pre-foreclosure - 10 photos

26th Ave
$241,100 (EMV)

4 BD, 2.5 BH
2,192 sqft

FOLSOM ST San Francisco - CA
Pre-foreclosure - 9 photos

Folsom St
$101,600 (EMV)

3 BD, 3 BH
1,600 sqft

COLE ST San Francisco - CA
Pre-foreclosure - 8 photos

Cole St
$125,300 (EMV)

3 BD, 1 BH
1,040 sqft

HILL ST San Francisco - CA
Pre-foreclosure - 8 photos

Hill St
$110,500 (EMV)

2 BD, 2 BH
1,191 sqft

ONONDAGA AVE San Francisco - CA
Pre-foreclosure - 8 photos

Onondaga Ave
$119,000 (EMV)

3 BD, 1 BH
1,500 sqft

30TH AVE San Francisco - CA
Pre-foreclosure - 11 photos

30th Ave
$118,900 (EMV)

3 BD, 2 BH
1,563 sqft

WALLER ST San Francisco - CA
Pre-foreclosure - 7 photos

Waller St
$54,700 (EMV)

3 BD, 2.5 BH
1,905 sqft

JUSTIN DR San Francisco - CA
Pre-foreclosure - 10 photos

Justin Dr
$92,500 (EMV)

3 BD, 2 BH
1,250 sqft

BANKS ST San Francisco - CA
Pre-foreclosure - 5 photos

Banks St
$160,000 (EMV)

3 BD, 3 BH
1,300 sqft

SUTTER ST APT 527 San Francisco - CA
Pre-foreclosure - 8 photos

Sutter St Apt 527
$285,600 (EMV)

2 BD, 2 BH
1,084 sqft


Our site does not guarantee the availability of any property listed herein. The number of available foreclosure properties in our database varies with market conditions.

Due to the federal moratorium on foreclosure evictions during the pandemic, our supply of foreclosure listings is currently low. Please consider looking at other types of properties available here on our website, such as short sales and pre-foreclosures. These types of properties can offer great opportunities for real estate investment.

EMV: Estimated Market Value.
Buying Tips: We recommend that you first search for any available pre-foreclosure property in your area. The reason we recommend this is that pre-foreclosures aren’t usually listed for sale, which means that you will have less competition from other buyers. Another important thing to remember is that pre-foreclosures are usually sold below market rate and they can be great real estate deals.

San Francisco Real Estate Facts and Amenities

San Francisco has about 877 foreclosure properties currently.During September 2017, there were 22% fewer foreclosures than during the month before that and 70% less than during the same month last year.August 2018 saw a 19% decrease in home sales and a decrease of 32% from the year before that.A non-distressed home was recorded as having an average sales price of $851,000 and the median sales price of a foreclosed property was recorded as $596,250. Foreclosed properties are sold at a price 30% lower than non-distressed properties.San Francisco, also known as "City of the Bay", is known for its large and old Chinatown as well as its thriving gay culture. Tourism is its major source of revenue and has been featured in many hit tv shows and movies.

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San Francisco California Real Estate foreclosure statistics: Foreclosures 23, Pre-foreclosures 458, Sheriff sales 63