San Francisco real estate has gotten so crazy that this startup founder was offered stock options fo


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From million-dollar teardowns to homes selling for 70% above their asking price, there have been plenty of crazy stories about the San Francisco real estate market.

This one might take the cake.

Joe Fernandez, cofounder of social influence startup Klout, was looking to sell his Noe Valley home before making the move to Los Angeles with his wife.

The home, a three-bedroom Victorian house whose gutting and renovation had been featured in the New York Times, was listed for $1.895 million at the beginning of March.

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