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What Costs How Much Where in San Francisco San Francisco Home Values by Neighborhood & Bedroom Count The March 2013 Paragon Market Report <!--more--> 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 sales occurring September 1, 2012 - February 28, 2013, as reported to MLS. The maps contain median sales price data only, while the tables include the full range of value statistics. (The tables are easier to read, but they're not as colorful.) If a price is followed by a (3 comments)
san francisco market report: San Francisco Low Inventory Crunch - 02/13/13 11:44 PM
New Listings vs. Accepted Offers There are two issues behind the current low inventory crunch: firstly, there's the simple matter of fewer listings coming on market, and secondly, that the listings that do arrive are being snatched up very quickly. This chart compares the influx of inventory and buyer demand in January of the last 4 years. Currently, on any given day, the choice of listings available to purchase is far below that of previous years -- which fuels fierce competition between buyers. This chart illustrates that fact and the overall decline in listings for sale:
Looks like San Franciscans are grabbing up condos as much as houses these days. 43% of sold properties in 2011 were Single Family Homes while Condos came in a close second with 39%. (2 comments)
san francisco market report: Largest Home Sales in San Francisco for 2011 - 01/31/12 12:15 AM
[/caption] Believe it or not, the second largest home sale in San Francisco for 2011 actually happened South of Market in the Yerba Buena district. Granted it was the penthouse unit at the St. Regis that sold for $28,000,000. This was actually a bargain 20% off the original list price of $35,000,000 (6 comments)
san francisco market report: What's an MSI and Why Does it Matter When Selling in San Francisco? - 09/07/11 06:01 PM
What's an MSI and Why Does it Matter When Selling in San Francisco? MSI or Months' Supply of Inventory- How long it would take for all the home's on the market right nowto sell if nothing new came on the market. To calculate, you take the number of homes sold in the last 12 months and divide it by 12. This is the average number of sales per month. You then take the current number of homes listed and divide it by that average and that gives you the number of months it will take to sell the current inventory or...the MSI. (2 comments)
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