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Bay Area Median Home Sales Price Hits Post-Recession High

Bay Area Median Home Sales Price Hits Post-Recession High

Bay Area home sales were relatively flat in April, dropping 0.9 percent year-over-year.  The number of homes sold in San Francisco last month was relatively flat as well, dropping a nominal 0.5 percent versus April of 2013. That being said, based on normal seasonality over the past decade, home sales in San Francisco... Read More »

Bay Area Home Sales Slow, Except In San Francisco

Bay Area Home Sales Slow, Except In San Francisco

While Bay Area home sales were down 12.9 percent on a year-over-year basis last month, the slowest March in terms of sales volume since 2008, recorded home sales were up 8.2 percent on a year-over-year basis in San Francisco as contracts in a number of new condo buildings started... Read More »

San Francisco Named Third Least Affordable Major Housing Market, Worldwide

San Francisco Named Third Least Affordable Major Housing Market, Worldwide

According to the 10th Annual Demographia Housing Affordability Survey of 360 housing markets worldwide, “San Francisco” is the third least affordable major metropolitan area, behind only Vancouver and Hong Kong, the least affordable market by a wide margin. The Demographia rankings are based on “Median Multiples,” median house prices... Read More »

How A Noe Valley Trophy House And Neighborhood Median Grow

How A Noe Valley Trophy House And Neighborhood Median Grow

Having sold for $1,252,000 in April of 2007, the 992 square foot pre-war Noe Valley home at 739 27th Street resold to a contractor for $1,150,000 this past August. With approved plans to officially “remodel and expand” the Westlake modern style home (moving the garage, adding a story, and... Read More »

San Francisco Recorded Sales Activity In January: Up 35.8% YOY

San Francisco Recorded Sales Activity In January: Up 35.8% YOY

According to DataQuick, recorded home sales volume in San Francisco was up 35.8% on a year-over-year basis last month (311 recorded sales in January ’10 versus 229 sales in January ‘09) but down 37.7% compared to the month prior. For context, January sales figures for San Francisco from 2004... Read More »

San Francisco Recorded Sales Activity In January: Down 21.8% YOY

San Francisco Recorded Sales Activity In January: Down 21.8% YOY

According to DataQuick, recorded home sales volume in San Francisco fell 21.8% on a year-over-year basis last month (229 recorded sales in January ’09 versus 293 sales in January ‘08) and fell 37.4% compared to the month prior. San Francisco once again experienced the sharpest year-over-year decline in sales... Read More »