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Number of Homes for Sale in SF Surpasses Recession-Era Marks

Number of Homes for Sale in SF Surpasses Recession-Era Marks

While the rate of increase in inventory levels has slowed to a seasonal crawl, the number of homes on the market in San Francisco, net of all new sales and contract activity, has ticked up another 4 percent over the past two weeks to 1,550, representing roughly three times... Read More »

Pace of Home Sales in the U.S. Jumps, Inventory Down

Pace of Home Sales in the U.S. Jumps, Inventory Down

Having rebounded nearly 21 percent in June, the seasonally adjusted pace of existing-home sales across the U.S. jumped another 24.7 percent in July to an annual rate of 5.86 million sales. As such, the current pace of sales is now running 8.7 percent higher than at the same time... Read More »

400 Percent More Reduced Listings on the MLS in San Francisco

With inventory levels in San Francisco having surpassed their recession-era marks last week, a trend which shouldn’t have caught any plugged-in readers by surprise, the number of homes on the market which have undergone at least one official price cut or reduction has ticked up another 15 percent over... Read More »

Number of Homes for Sale in S.F. Has Likely Peaked, for Now

Number of Homes for Sale in S.F. Has Likely Peaked, for Now

Having reached recession-era levels last week, the number of homes on the market in San Francisco, net of new sales and contract activity, has since ticked up another one (1) percent to 1,490, representing nearly three times as many homes on the market than there were at the same... Read More »

Asking Rents in San Francisco Down Nearly 20% From Peak

Asking Rents in San Francisco Down Nearly 20% From Peak

With listing activity having spiked, the weighted average asking rent for an apartment in San Francisco has dropped another hundred dollars ($100), or roughly 3 percent, over the past two weeks and is now down to a little under $3,600 a month, continuing a trend which shouldn’t catch any... Read More »

Recession-Era Inventory Levels Hit San Francisco

Recession-Era Inventory Levels Hit San Francisco

Having hit a 10-year seasonal high last week, the number of homes on the market in San Francisco, net of new sales and contract activity, has ticked up another 3 percent to 1,470, representing 150 percent more homes on the market than at the same last year (580) and... Read More »

Asking Rents in San Francisco Continue to Drop, Listings Spike

Asking Rents in San Francisco Continue to Drop, Listings Spike

In a move that shouldn’t catch any plugged-in readers by surprise, the weighted average asking rent for an apartment in San Francisco has dropped another 4 percent over the past few weeks and is now down to $3,700 a month. While $3,700 a month isn’t exactly “cheap,” it’s nearly... Read More »

Number of Homes for Sale in S.F. Just Hit a 10-Year High

Number of Homes for Sale in S.F. Just Hit a 10-Year High

The number of homes on the market in San Francisco, net of new sales and contract activity, ticked up another 4 percent over the past week to 1,420, representing 120 percent more inventory than there was at the same last year and a 10-year seasonal high. At a more... Read More »

Pace of Existing-Home Sales in the U.S. Rebounds 20.7 Percent

Having dropped over 32 percent from March through May, the seasonally adjusted pace of existing-home sales across the U.S. rebounded 20.7 percent in June to an annual rate of 4.72 million sales, according to the National Association of Realtors. That being said, the current pace is still down 11.3... Read More »

Number of Homes for Sale Nearing Recession-Era Levels in S.F.

Number of Homes for Sale Nearing Recession-Era Levels in S.F.

Continuing a trend which shouldn’t catch any plugged-in readers by surprise, the number of homes on the market in San Francisco, net of new sales and contract signings, ticked up another 6 percent over the past week to 1,360, which is now over twice as much inventory as there... Read More »