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Looking at a slightly higher price point?

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When last we met, we discussed neighborhood affordability. Today let’s continue that discussion at a slightly higher price point.

If you’re looking to spend $1 million to $1.5 million, you may consider a large circle of neighborhoods in the center of the city, plus the Richmond District in the northwest. Within this circle, you’re typically going to get more for your money in the Sunset, Central and Outer Richmond, Miraloma Park or Bernal Heights than in Glen Park or Potrero Hill – or especially Noe or Eureka Valley.

The chart accompanying this story spells this out in greater detail. Topping that chart is the Miraloma Park/Midtown Terrace/Forest Hill/Westwood Park area – if you’re looking for value, you’ll find it here.

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