Marin County--Number of Homes For Sale & Price Ranges

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Real Estate Agent with Christie's Great Estates | Pacific Union International

The following is a brief rundown of the number of homes for sale in Marin County, California, as of January 24, 2007, along with the price ranges for each town:

Marin Single Family Homes

Mill Valley

52 homes (Price range--> $715,000-$6 million)

Sausalito

25 homes (Price range--> $949,000-$11 million)

Larkspur

7 homes (Price range--> $945,000-$2.699 million)

Corte Madera

12 homes (Price range--> $650,000-$27,000,000)

Kentfield

8 homes (Price range--> $1.595 million-$18.9 million)

San Rafael

61 homes (Price range--> $519,000-$4.595 million)

San Anselmo

28 homes (Price range--> $699,000-$2.59 million)

Novato

113 homes (Price range--> $495,000-$9.25 million)

 

As is evident, except for Mill Valley, San Rafael and Novato (of course, these are Marin's largest cities), there is very low inventory county-wide (especially in Kentfield and Larkspur).  San Anselmo has added nine homes to its inventory in the past three weeks.  The largest spread in price range belongs (again) to Corte Madera as the Bill Graham Estate on 11 acres remains Marin's highest priced active listing-please call me, Kyle Frazier, Broker Associate, Frank Howard Allen Realtors at (415) 350-9440 for a private showing.  ☺

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Kyle Frazier | (415) 350-9440 | Kyle@ImagineMarin.com

Broker Associate, J.D. | Certified Residential Specialist | Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist | DRE 01405738
Pacific Union International & Christie's Great Estates -- Marin County, California

 

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Ben Wiseley
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We very nearly moved to Mill Valley when we came out west from Boston.  The cheapest thing in Mill Valley is $700K?   How do people live down there?  Everyone in Marin can't be making CEO level bank, right?  I've looked at the jobs, they don't pay anymore (at least not in tech, especially tech in San Rafael, the valley is better, but not a lot better).  
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