Today 'Full House' valued at roughly seven times original price
Setting from popular TV series shows San Francisco’s tight market
Although the home’s value from the popular TV series Full House may have seemed expensive at the time, it has increased by seven times the original value, according to an article by Valerie Edwards for Daily Mail.
In 1987 when Full house first aired, the home could have listed for $441,929, according to the article.
From the article:
Real estate agent, Regine Familet, estimated that due to the home's location in a prime area in the Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood and because of the city's notoriously inflated market, the house is easily worth $3 million.
San Francisco’s prices are so high, in fact, that the typical San Francisco millennial can only afford to buy 135 square feet of housing.
The city is so expensive, it could even be nearing a housing bubble, according to a recent report from Fitch Ratings.
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