Newsletter

A double dip for San Francisco real estate?

Note: You may skip the analysis below and jump straight to the market dynamics charts following. For the past 2 years, new predictions for additional, significant (10-30%) price declines – the so-called double-dip in home values – have been made on an almost weekly basis. The reasons: turmoil in financial markets, foreclosures, shadow inventory, debt […]

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What Costs How Much Where in San Francisco

Low, High & Median Sales Prices & Average Dollar per Square Foot By Neighborhood, Property Type & Bedroom (…)

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February 2011 Newsletter

SF House & Condo Listings Accepting Offers Activity by Week: sales activity really picked up since mid-January, with (…)

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Weekly Market Charts

These charts track activity by week for the past 6 months through January 16, 2011 for SFDs, Condos, TICs & 2-4 Unit Buildings. The market is starting to wake up after the holidays. New Listings: Starting to accelerate after the big slow-down of late December. click to enlarge Listings For Sale: Increasing slowly but still […]

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Market Update: Pricing Reigns Supreme

2010 saw a very strong spring market turbo-charged by federal and state tax credits, a much slower summer, and then a strong finish from Labor Day on. The 4th quarter of 2010 had more accepted offers than the 4th quarters of 2009, 2008 & 2007. Comparing 2010 to 2009, overall median sales prices for SF […]

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The San Francisco Real Estate Market: December 2010 Update

Despite mostly negative reports from other parts of the country, the San Francisco home market has performed relatively well since the autumn market began after Labor Day. Indeed, the number of listings accepting offers in November was well above last year’s and the median home price is at its highest since the April tax-credit crush. […]

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The San Francisco Real Estate Market – December 2010 Update

The San Francisco Real Estate Market – December 2010 Update Despite mostly negative reports from other parts of the country, the San Francisco home market has performed relatively well since the autumn market began after Labor Day. Indeed, the number of listings accepting offers in November was well above last year’s and the median home […]

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Giant Demand in “Giants’” Town

Buyer demand has been strong since the autumn sales season began in mid-September. Overall median home prices continue to remain stable – as they have for the past 12-16 months – jogging up and down within a narrow band of value. Inventory is about 12% higher than 1 year ago, but Months’ Supply of Inventory […]

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The San Francisco Real Estate Market in Autumn: October 2010 Market Update

After a relatively slow summer, the number of new listings and accepted offers in San Francisco soared after (…)

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