San Francisco Home Values by Neighborhood & Bedroom Count The March 2013 Paragon Market We’ve just completed our semiannual review of SF house and condo values by average and median prices, average size and average dollar per square foot for … Continue reading →
Mansions, Penthouses, Foreclosures & Fixer-Uppers What San Francisco Home-Buyers Bought in 2012 Of all the homes purchased in San Francisco in 2012: • How many had Golden Gate Bridge views? Or ocean views? • How many were Victorian, Edwardian or … Continue reading →
Happy New Year everyone! As promised, here is a link to Paragon’s comprehensive analysis of trends in the San Francisco residential market and beyond in 2012. You’ll find 19 incredible charts and maps covering a host of metrics and I highly recommend a quick scan of the online newsletter to find the stuff that might interest you. I’m going to cherry-pick just a handful of my favorites to discuss below.
San Francisco Rankings, Real Estate Prices & Trends, and the Biggest Home Sales of 2012 January 2013 Paragon Market Report Here is a look at how a diverse group of major and minor organizations have recently ranked San Francisco on … Continue reading →
Sales Price to List Price Percentage & Days on Market In November, the vast majority of San Francisco homes that sold, sold very quickly without any price reduction, at an average sales price 4% above the list price: That is … Continue reading →
Welcome to the very first edition of Real Data SF, a monthly newsletter about the San Francisco real estate market.
If real data, with lots of charts and analysis is your cup of tea, then please read on. Because that’s what I’ll be doing here. In addition, there’ll be the occasional recipe, restaurant review, and heads-up on fun stuff to do in SF. Comments, feedback, suggestions, always welcome of course. Now let’s crunch some numbers!
San Francisco’s Housing Market Kicks in the After-Burners ...
Is the Ferocious SF Market Easing a Little? October 2012 San Francisco Market Update September brought a burst of new inventory that helped satisfy some of the fierce buyer demand for San Francisco homes. Anecdotally, word on the street is … Continue reading →