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Relative Number of Homes for Sale in San Francisco on the Rise

Speaking of inventory levels, and despite what you might have read elsewhere, while the number of homes on the market in San Francisco has inched down over the past week with normal seasonality in play, there are actually 4 percent more homes on the market right now (710) than... Read More »

Pace of New Home Sales in the U.S. Rebounds, but Not out West

Pace of New Home Sales in the U.S. Rebounds, but Not out West

Having dropped a downwardly revised 3.7 percent in April, the seasonally adjusted pace of new single-family home sales in the U.S. rebounded 6.7 percent in May to annual pace of 689,000 sales which is 14.1 percent higher on a year-over-year basis and 6.0 percent above the long-term average for... Read More »

Pricing Index for New Condos in S.F. Inches Up, Sales Slip

Pricing Index for New Condos in S.F. Inches Up, Sales Slip

Having ticked up 4.5 percent in April, the Mark Company’s pricing index for new condos in San Francisco inched up another 0.4 percent in May and is now running 1.7 percent higher versus the same time last year but remains 11.9 percent below its peak in the third quarter... Read More »

Inventory of Homes for Sale in San Francisco Ticks Up

Inventory of Homes for Sale in San Francisco Ticks Up

Driven in part by a slowdown in sales activity since the beginning of the year, the number of single-family homes and condos actively listed for sale in San Francisco has ticked up a little over 6 percent over the past month to 690, which is roughly even with the... Read More »

Pending Home Sales Drop in the U.S. despite More Inventory

Pending Home Sales Drop in the U.S. despite More Inventory

Having inched up 0.4 percent in March, the National Association of Realtors Pending Home Sales Index, for which 100 denotes “an average level” of activity, declined 1.3 percent in April to 106.4 in March and is now running 2.1 lower versus the same time last year and 5.3 percent... Read More »

Pace of Existing Home Sales in the U.S. Drops, Inventory Ticks Up

Having ticked up 1.1 percent in March but slipped on a year-over-year basis, the pace of existing-home sales in the U.S. dropped 2.5 percent in April to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.46 million sales which is 1.4 percent lower versus the same time last year. At the... Read More »

Pace of New Home Sales in the U.S. Slips, Inventory Inches Up

Pace of New Home Sales in the U.S. Slips, Inventory Inches Up

Having ticked up a downwardly revised 2.0 percent in March, the seasonally adjusted pace of new single-family home sales in the U.S. slipped 1.5 percent in April to annual pace of 662,000 sales but remains 11.6 percent higher on a year-over-year basis and 1.7 percent above the long-term average... Read More »

Pricing Index for New Condos in S.F. Ticks Up, Sales Drop

Pricing Index for New Condos in S.F. Ticks Up, Sales Drop

Having inched up 0.5 percent in March, the Mark Company’s pricing index for new condos in San Francisco ticked up 4.5 percent in April and is now running 0.6 percent higher versus the same time last year but remains 12.3 percent below its peak which was reached in the... Read More »

Proposed Development in San Francisco Tracking a Six-Year Low

Proposed Development in San Francisco Tracking a Six-Year Low

Having peaked at 116 in 2014, the number of newly proposed plans for major developments in San Francisco has been trending down ever since, a trend which shouldn’t catch any plugged-in readers by surprise. And with fewer than 20 preliminary proposals for major projects in the city having been... Read More »

Number of Homes for Sale in San Francisco Is on the Rise

Number of Homes for Sale in San Francisco Is on the Rise

Driven in part by a pronounced slowdown in sales activity since the end of last year, the number of single-family homes and condos actively listed for sale in San Francisco (650) is currently running 3 percent higher versus the same time last year (630) and 41 percent above the... Read More »