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Pricing Index for New Condos in San Francisco Hits a 3-Year Low

Pricing Index for New Condos in San Francisco Hits a 3-Year Low

While sales activity for new condos in San Francisco dropped 27 percent from May to June with the start of a typical summer slowdown in play, the number of purchase contracts signed last month (53) was 66 percent higher on a year-over-year basis, according to sales data from The... Read More »

Pricing for New Condos in S.F. Slips along with Sales and Inventory

Pricing for New Condos in S.F. Slips along with Sales and Inventory

While sales activity for new condos in San Francisco doubled from April to May with seasonality in play, versus tripling from April to May last year, the number of purchase contracts signed last month (73) was 36 percent lower on a year-over-year basis, according to sales data from The... Read More »

New Condo Sales and Pricing Drop in San Francisco

New Condo Sales and Pricing Drop in San Francisco

While sales activity for new condos in San Francisco has typically ticked up from March to April, the number of purchase contracts signed last month (35) was 62 percent lower than the month before and 17 percent lower versus the same time last year. At the same time, the... Read More »

New S.F. Condo Sales Slipped in March but Jumped Year-Over-Year

While the number of purchase contracts signed for new condominiums in San Francisco slipped 4 percent from February to March, the sales volume in March (91) was more than twice the volume at the same time last year (39) but with a number of new sales offices having opened... Read More »

New Condo Pricing Continues to Drop in San Francisco

New Condo Pricing Continues to Drop in San Francisco

While the number of purchase contracts signed for new condominiums in San Francisco quintupled from 18 in January to 95 in February with plenty of seasonality in play, the sales volume was down 25 percent versus the same time last year and is running 7 percent lower over the... Read More »

New Condo Sales Drop to a Multi-Year Low in San Francisco

New Condo Sales Drop to a Multi-Year Low in San Francisco

At a time of the year when sales typically start ticking up, fewer than twenty contracts for new condominiums in San Francisco were signed last month, which is 67 percent fewer than the month before, 42 percent lower versus the same time last year, and the fewest in any... Read More »

New Condo Sales Were 25 Percent Lower in San Francisco Last Year

New Condo Sales Were 25 Percent Lower in San Francisco Last Year

While the number of purchase contracts signed for new condominiums in San Francisco ticked up from 32 in November to 55 last month, which was double the number signed in December 2015, the number of contracts signed in 2016 totaled 702 which was a quarter fewer than the 940... Read More »

New Condo Sales Slip in San Francisco, Price Index Ticks Up

New Condo Sales Slip in San Francisco, Price Index Ticks Up

The number of purchase contracts signed for new condominiums in San Francisco dropped to 32 in November, down from 110 in September and 20 percent lower versus the same time last year. And while the inventory of available units dropped to 1,058 on the 32 signatures, it remains 84... Read More »

New Condo Sales Tick up in San Francisco, Prices Continue to Drop

New Condo Sales Tick up in San Francisco, Prices Continue to Drop

With a couple of new sales offices having opened in September, the number of contracts signed for new condominiums in San Francisco jumped to 110 in October, which is 7 percent higher versus the same time last year, versus 44 percent lower on a year-over-year basis in September, and... Read More »

New Condo Sales and Prices Continue to Slip in San Francisco

New Condo Sales and Prices Continue to Slip in San Francisco

While the number of new condominium units on the market in San Francisco has ticked up to roughly 1,200, which is over 80 percent higher versus the same time last year, the number of contracts signed over the past month dropped to under 30, which is 44 percent lower... Read More »