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Bay Area Home Sales Slip, Smallest Median Price Gain in Four Years

Bay Area Home Sales Slip, Smallest Median Price Gain in Four Years

While the recorded sales volume of single-family homes and condos in San Francisco ticked up from 423 in February to 502 in March, the 18.7 percent gain was less than half the typical 40.9 percent seasonal increase for this time of the year and the sales volume slipped 2.1... Read More »

San Francisco Housing Market Deemed Overheated by Redfin

San Francisco Housing Market Deemed Overheated by Redfin

With listed sales of San Francisco homes having “plunged” 23 percent on a year-over-year basis in March and inventory climbing, a trend which shouldn’t catch any plugged-in readers by surprise, Redfin has just deemed the San Francisco housing market as “Overheated.” Across the greater Bay Area, listed home sales... Read More »

Bay Area Home Sales Hold, San Francisco Median Slips

Bay Area Home Sales Hold, San Francisco Median Slips

The recorded sales volume of single-family homes and condos in San Francisco increased 13.4 percent from 373 in January to 423 in February, which is within 0.3 percentage points of the typical seasonal increase which has averaged 13.1 percent over the past eleven years. The median sale price for... Read More »

Existing U.S. Home Sales and Median Price Drop

The seasonally adjusted pace of existing-home sales in the U.S. dropped 7.1 percent in February to an annual rate of 5.08 million. And while the pace remains 2.2 percent higher versus the same time last year, that’s down from 11.0 percent higher on a year-over-year basis in January. At... Read More »

Bay Area Home Sales Jumped in December

Bay Area Home Sales Jumped in December

Buoyed by closings delayed from the month before as lenders adjusted to new mortgage disclosure rules, the recorded sales volume of single-family homes and condos in San Francisco jumped 19.2 percent from 490 in November to 584 in December, up 23.7 percent versus the same time last year. Sales... Read More »

New Condos Buoyed San Francisco Home Sales Last Month

New Condos Buoyed San Francisco Home Sales Last Month

Buoyed by closings of contracts for new construction condominiums which are now ready for occupancy, recorded sales of condos and single-family homes in San Francisco were 13 percent higher in November as compared to the same time last year but dropped 14 percent from October, which is twice the... Read More »

Mixed Messages from San Francisco Home Sales Last Month

Mixed Messages from San Francisco Home Sales Last Month

The number of single-family homes and condos that traded hands in San Francisco jumped 30 percent from September to October, roughly a quarter of which could be ascribed to typical seasonality. But total sales were also 10 percent lower versus the same time last year while listed inventory levels... Read More »

Home Sales Slip In San Francisco, Gain In The East Bay

Home Sales Slip In San Francisco, Gain In The East Bay

While the inventory of homes listed for sale in San Francisco is running 17.9 percent higher versus the same time last year, recorded sales for single-family homes and condos in the city dropped 5.0 percent in September and are down 13.9 percent versus the same time last year, according... Read More »

San Francisco Home Sales Take A Big Hit

San Francisco Home Sales Take A Big Hit

While home sales activity in San Francisco typically ticks up in August, recorded sales for single-family homes and condos in the city dropped 14.4 percent last month and is running 16.8 percent lower on a year-over-year basis, according to data collected by CoreLogic.  At the same time, the inventory... Read More »

San Francisco Home Sales And Median Price Slip

San Francisco Home Sales And Median Price Slip

Recorded sales activity for single-family homes and condos in San Francisco slipped 4.6 percent from June to July and is running 2.0 percent lower versus the same time last year versus 5.3 percent higher on a year-over-year basis last month. Keep in mind that sales activity typically drops 5 percent... Read More »