As Reported to San Francisco MLS All data from sources deemed reliable but subject to error and revision. © Paragon Real Estate Group Statistics are generalities that may be affected by other factors besides changes in value and only a … Continue reading →
More signs of an extraordinary market: 90% of listings sold in April sold without any price reductions, at an average sales price 7.5% over list price. Huge demand is chasing a too-small supply of homes for sale.
San Francisco: A Hot Market Getting Hotter 1st Quarter 2013 Market Report In 2012, the market turned with a vengeance and grew very hot very quickly. Now in 2013 it has grown even hotter. Recent deal-making stories almost make the … 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 →
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 →