Here’s What $500k Buys in San Francisco Right Now


San Francisco is one of the most expensive cities in the country—both in terms of renting and buying —so finding a place there to call your home, especially one that’s affordable, isn’t exactly an easy feat. In order to buy a home in SF, you’re normally going to need an XL budget.

But not always. To get an idea of what’s out there in the under-500k bracket, we searched through listings with that cut off in mind. Whether you’re actually looking to purchase a home soon or just daydreaming about doing so someday, here’s what half-mil or less budget like can buy in San Francisco these days.

Price: $448,000
Size: Studio, 1 Bathroom / 259 sq ft
Features: Elevator access, a balcony, a dishwasher and garbage disposal, shared laundry, one parking space, and access to the building’s roof deck. See the full listing at Coldwell Banker Homes.

Price: $499,000
Size: 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom / sq ft N/A
Features: Shared storage and laundry, proximity to public transportation as well as Ocean Beach and Golden Gate Park, and more. See more photos and find out more about this listing on Realtor.com.

Price: $495,000
Size: 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom / sq ft N/A
Features: Laundry hookups in the closet, a gas range and refrigerator, a 2-car garage, and more. Check out the full listing at Coldwell Banker Homes.

Price: $450,000
Size: 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom / 740 sq ft
Features: Shared laundry, access to a gym and recreation room, a garage space, granite countertops, a built-in oven, and more. Check out the rest of this listing at Pacific Union.

Price: $458,888
Size: Studio, 1 Bathroom / 364 sq ft
Features: Gated entry, an intercom and security system, access to a barbecue area, a range and refrigerator, a bathtub, and more. See the full listing on Zillow.

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