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San Francisco Real Estate Fast Facts – February 2011

No Comments 16 March 2011

 

 

San Francisco Association of Realtors District Map

For those of you that like your San Francisco real estate market data without commentary, here ya go.  Take a look, check it out, come to your own conclusions.

Or – you can always ask me questions.

Fast Facts

(Editor’s Note: Set forth below are Unit Sales/DOM/Monthly Supply charts for the month of February for single-family homes, condominiums and 2-4 units, as well as Supply/Demand, Sales Rate and Median Price charts for the same month.)

Single-Family Homes

Condos

2-4 Units

Median_Price_Condo_Begin_Month_End_Month.pdf
Median_Price_Co…
Median_Price_Condo_Time_Period.pdf
Median_Price_Co…
Median_Price_SFR_and_Condo_Begin_Month_End_Month.pdf
Median_Price_SF…
Median_Price_SFR_and_Condo_Time_Period.pdf
Median_Price_SF…
Median_Price_SFR_Begin_Month_End_Month.pdf
Median_Price_SF…
Median_Price_SFR_Time_Period.pdf
Median_Price_SF…
Sales_Rate_Condo_Begin_Month_End_Month.pdf
Sales_Rate_Cond…
Sales_Rate_Condo_Time_Period.pdf
Sales_Rate_Cond…
Sales_Rate_SFR_and_Condo_Begin_Month_End_Month.pdf
Sales_Rate_SFR_…
Sales_Rate_SFR_and_Condo_Time_Period.pdf
Sales_Rate_SFR_…
Sales_Rate_SFR_Begin_Month_End_Month.pdf
Sales_Rate_SFR_…
Sales_Rate_SFR_Time_Period.pdf
Sales_Rate_SFR_…
Supply_and_Demand_Condo_Begin_Month_End_Month.pdf
Supply_and_Dema…
Supply_and_Demand_Condo_Time_Period.pdf
Supply_and_Dema…
Supply_and_Demand_SFR_and_Condo_Begin_Month_End_Month.pdf
Supply_and_Dema…
Supply_and_Demand_SFR_and_Condo_Time_Period.pdf
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Supply_and_Demand_SFR_Begin_Month_End_Month.pdf
Supply_and_Dema…
Supply_and_Demand_SFR_Time_Period.pdf
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Units_UC_Condo_Begin_Month_End_Month.pdf
Units_UC_Condo_…
Units_UC_Condo_Time_Period.pdf
Units_UC_Condo_…
Units_UC_SFR_and_Condo_Begin_Month_End_Month.pdf
Units_UC_SFR_an…
Units_UC_SFR_and_Condo_Time_Period.pdf
Units_UC_SFR_an…
Units_UC_SFR_Begin_Month_End_Month.pdf
Units_UC_SFR_Be…
Units_UC_SFR_Time_Period.pdf
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NUMBER OF UNITS is the equivalent of number of sales/transactions. For condominiums, each unit is treated as a sale. For 2- t 4-unit buildings, the “building” is treated as a sale.

NUMBER SOLD is the number of properties in the market segment that closed escrow during the month.

NUMBER FOR SALE is the number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month.

MEDIAN PRICE (SOLD) reflects the “middle” price point of a group of properties that have successfully closed escrow on a monthly basis, i.e. half sold for more and half sold for less than the median price. Tracking the movement of median prices over time provides a good indicator of the direction market forces are moving.

If the percentage change is positive between the two periods then there is upward pressure on prices in that market segment. If the percentage change is negative between the two periods then there is downward pressure on prices in that market segment.

AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET (DOM) reflects how long it has been taking (on average) to draw an offer on a reasonably priced property exposed to the market. The AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET is defined as: The average number of days it took all of the properties that went under contract during the period to accept a first position offer.

MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY (MSI) is a measure of how long it would take, in months, to sell the existing inventory at the current sales rate for the specific neighborhood and property type. The MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY is defined as: The number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month, less the number of properties that have been withdrawn or expired, divided by the number of properties that have gone under contract during the month.

 

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SF Real Estate Fast Facts – January 2011

No Comments 15 February 2011

San Francisco Real Estate Fast Facts – Sans Commentary, Provided by the San Francisco Association of Realtors


(Editor’s Note: Set forth below are Unit Sales/DOM/Monthly Supply charts for the month of January for single-family homes, condominiums and 2-4 units, as well as Supply/Demand, Sales Rate and Median Price charts for the same month.)

Single-Family Homes

Condos

2-4 Units

NUMBER OF UNITS is the equivalent of number of sales/transactions. For condominiums, each unit is treated as a sale. For 2- to 4-unit buildings, the “building” is treated as a sale.

NUMBER SOLD is the number of properties in the market segment that closed escrow during the month.

NUMBER FOR SALE is the number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month.

MEDIAN PRICE (SOLD) reflects the “middle” price point of a group of properties that have successfully closed escrow on a monthly basis, i.e. half sold for more and half sold for less than the median price. Tracking the movement of median prices over time provides a good indicator of the direction market forces are moving.

If the percentage change is positive between the two periods then there is upward pressure on prices in that market segment. If the percentage change is negative between the two periods then there is downward pressure on prices in that market segment.

AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET (DOM) reflects how long it has been taking (on average) to draw an offer on a reasonably priced property exposed to the market. The AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET is defined as: The average number of days it took all of the properties that went under contract during the period to accept a first position offer.

MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY (MSI) is a measure of how long it would take, in months, to sell the existing inventory at the current sales rate for the specific neighborhood and property type. The MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY is defined as: The number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month, less the number of properties that have been withdrawn or expired, divided by the number of properties that have gone under contract during the month.

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Data provided by Terradatum.

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San Francisco Real Estate Sales Data – January – March 2010

No Comments 08 April 2010

In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve been a little behind on my blog posts as of late.  I’m a San Francisco Realtor first, and a blogger second.  So priority has been taking care of my buyers and sellers.  But there’s a teensy calm in the storm (the kind where the forecast is still calling for rain, but you peek outside and see a rainbow knowing that by the time you take off your galoshes, the rain will be back!) 

So since I’ve been behind in getting you the data you so desperately crave, here’s three months of it all at once.  Hopefully, it’ll be enough to make ammends.  And if not, I promise I’ll be around more often for you all.   

So here’s this wuarter’s summary of home sales pulled directly from the MLS. Remember, these are all closed sales and not pending sales.

Check back monthly to get the latest facts and figures – and if you have any questions about these statistics, or the market in general, feel free to give me a holler! I’m always happy to talk “real estate!” ;-)

Here’s a quick snapshot of the market from January 1 through March 30, 2010:

JANUARY

Single Family Homes

  • 119 Homes Sold
  • Median Sale Price was $718,000
  • Minimum Sale Price was $150,000
  • Maximum Sale Price was $6,500,000
  • Median Selling Price was 103% of asking price
  • Median Days on Market was 61
  • Median Selling Price for homes that sold within 30 days was 103.5% of asking price

Condominiums, Lofts & Co-ops

  • 93 Homes Sold
  • Median Sale Price was $620,000
  • Minimum Sale Price was $208,700
  • Maximum Sale Price was $1,750,000
  • Median Selling Price was 99% of asking price
  • Median Days on Market was 72
  • Median Selling Price for homes that sold within 30 days was 99% of asking price

TIC’s

  • 22 Homes Sold
  • Median Sale Price was $584,000
  • Minimum Sale Price was $330,000
  • Maximum Sale Price was $895,000
  • Median Selling Price was 101% of asking price
  • Median Days on Market was 108
  • Median Selling Price for homes that sold within 30 days was 100% of asking price

 

FEBRUARY

Single Family Homes

  • 120 Homes Sold
  • Median Sale Price was $701,250
  • Minimum Sale Price was $200,000
  • Maximum Sale Price was $3,362,500
  • Median Selling Price was 101% of asking price
  • Median Days on Market was 33
  • Median Selling Price for homes that sold within 30 days was 104% of asking price

Condominiums, Lofts & Co-ops

  • 120 Homes Sold
  • Median Sale Price was $660,000
  • Minimum Sale Price was $115,000
  • Maximum Sale Price was $4,100,000
  • Median Selling Price was 97% of asking price
  • Median Days on Market was 54
  • Median Selling Price for homes that sold within 30 days was 100% of asking price

TIC’s

  • 23 Homes Sold
  • Median Sale Price was $549,000
  • Minimum Sale Price was $250,000
  • Maximum Sale Price was $870,000
  • Median Selling Price was 102% of asking price
  • Median Days on Market was 104
  • Median Selling Price for homes that sold within 30 days was 97% of asking price

 

MARCH

Single Family Homes

  • 210 Homes Sold
  • Median Sale Price was $790,000
  • Minimum Sale Price was $130,000
  • Maximum Sale Price was $13,500,000
  • Median Selling Price was 100% of asking price
  • Median Days on Market was 31
  • Median Selling Price for homes that sold within 30 days was 103% of asking price

Condominiums, Lofts & Co-ops

  • 182 Homes Sold
  • Median Sale Price was $683,500
  • Minimum Sale Price was $235,000
  • Maximum Sale Price was $2,450,000
  • Median Selling Price was 101% of asking price
  • Median Days on Market was 40
  • Median Selling Price for homes that sold within 30 days was 99% of asking price

TIC’s

  • 22 Homes Sold
  • Median Sale Price was $560,000
  • Minimum Sale Price was $370,000
  • Maximum Sale Price was $980,000
  • Median Selling Price was 99% of asking price
  • Median Days on Market was 53
  • Median Selling Price for homes that sold within 30 days was 101% of asking price

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30 Days of Sold San Francisco Real Estate

No Comments 29 January 2010

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If you just want the round numbers, you can check them out below.

Sold Listings 12/25/09 – 1/28/10

Neighborhood Total Listings Average Price Average DOM
Anza Vista 1 $1,220,000 75
Bayview 6 $483,333 98
Bayview Heights 8 $403,161 29
Bernal Heights 9 $669,889 62
Buena Vista Park 1 $1,099,000 64
Central Richmond 2 $867,500 131
Central Sunset 5 $783,200 87
Central Waterfront 2 $630,000 216
Clarendon Heights 1 $1,148,000 95
Corona Heights 3 $598,333 130
Cow Hollow 1 $1,170,000 2
Crocker Amazon 6 $415,250 28
Diamond Heights 3 $522,000 69
Downtown 7 $686,571 89
Duboce Triangle 3 $478,222 35
Eureka V./Dolores Hts 7 $1,048,857 75
Excelsior 5 $545,000 71
Financial District 1 $1,025,000 151
Forest Hill Extension 1 $1,000,000 26
Forest Knolls 2 $731,250 82
Glen Park 4 $896,250 223
Golden Gate Heights 1 $1,150,000 101
Haight Ashbury 3 $1,361,667 71
Hayes Valley 2 $912,500 78
Ingleside 2 $692,500 34
Ingleside Heights 6 $438,333 41
Ingleside Terrace 1 $1,020,000 102
Inner Mission 14 $670,893 102
Inner Parkside 1 $900,000 129
Inner Richmond 6 $1,045,333 121
Inner Sunset 5 $873,000 56
Lake 6 $926,667 97
Lake Shore 5 $820,400 96
Lakeside 2 $799,444 85
Lone Mountain 2 $1,645,000 124
Lower Pacific Heights 6 $888,667 52
Marina 5 $2,457,800 91
Merced Heights 1 $615,000 62
Merced Manor 1 $775,000 90
Miraloma Park 2 $725,000 27
Mission Bay 4 $732,250 50
Mission Dolores 2 $717,500 68
Mission Terrace 2 $655,000 189
Monterey Heights 1 $2,400,000 83
Mount Davidson Manor 1 $767,000 35
Nob Hill 7 $871,429 114
Noe Valley 9 $1,081,722 159
North Beach 1 $775,000 79
North Panhandle 3 $549,567 67
North Waterfront 2 $480,500 127
Oceanview 1 $425,000 7
Outer Mission 3 $485,933 19
Outer Parkside 4 $612,000 57
Outer Richmond 3 $651,333 151
Outer Sunset 1 $560,000 11
Pacific Heights 7 $2,959,571 70
Parkside 4 $778,750 48
Pine Lake Park 1 $899,000 35
Portola 5 $613,778 25
Potrero Hill 5 $590,300 180
Presidio Heights 2 $1,156,500 102
Russian Hill 7 $1,303,714 92
Sea Cliff 2 $3,625,000 176
Sherwood Forest 3 $1,340,333 109
Silver Terrace 2 $459,500 21
South Beach 9 $639,722 84
South of Market 15 $694,267 77
St. Francis Wood 2 $1,765,000 127
Sunnyside 3 $663,333 39
Telegraph Hill 1 $842,000 78
Tenderloin 1 $2,600,000 198
Twin Peaks 2 $3,207,500 136
Van Ness/Civic Center 5 $679,600 148
Visitacion Valley 6 $467,000 19
West Portal 4 $894,938 67
Western Addition 1 $400,000 35
Westwood Highlands 1 $674,500 150
Westwood Park 3 $724,333 51

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San Francisco Real Estate Fast Facts: December 2008 vs December 2009

No Comments 12 January 2010

San Francisco Association of Realtors District Map

For those of you that like your SF real estate market data without commentary, here ya go. Take a look, check it out, come to your own conclusions. Or – you can always ask me questions.

 
 

 

Fast Facts
 

 

Single-Family Homes

Condos

2-4 Units

Median-Price-Condo.pdf
Median-Price-Co…

Median-Price-SFR-and-Condo.pdf
Median-Price-SF…

Median-Price-SFR.pdf
Median-Price-SF…

Sales-Rate-SFR-and-Condo.pdf
Sales-Rate-SFR-…

Sales-Rate-SFR-Condo.pdf
Sales-Rate-SFR-…

Sales-Rate-SFR.pdf
Sales-Rate-SFR.pdf

Supply-and-Demand-SFR-and-Condo.pdf
Supply-and-Dema…

Supply-and-Demand-SFR-Condo.pdf
Supply-and-Dema…

Supply-and-Demand-SFR.pdf
Supply-and-Dema…

Units-UC-SFR-and-Condo.pdf
Units-UC-SFR-an…

Units-UC-SFR-Condo.pdf
Units-UC-SFR-Co…

Units-UC-SFR.pdf
Units-UC-SFR.pdf

     

  

NUMBER OF UNITS is the equivalent of number of sales/transactions. For condominiums, each unit is treated as a sale. For 2- to 4-unit buildings, the “building” is treated as a sale. NUMBER SOLD is the number of properties in the market segment that closed escrow during the month. NUMBER FOR SALE is the number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month. MEDIAN PRICE (SOLD) reflects the “middle” price point of a group of properties that have successfully closed escrow on a monthly basis, i.e. half sold for more and half sold for less than the median price. Tracking the movement of median prices over time provides a good indicator of the direction market forces are moving. If the percentage change is positive between the two periods then there is upward pressure on prices in that market segment. If the percentage change is negative between the two periods then there is downward pressure on prices in that market segment. AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET (DOM) reflects how long it has been taking (on average) to draw an offer on a reasonably priced property exposed to the market. The AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET is defined as: The average number of days it took all of the properties that went under contract during the period to accept a first position offer. MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY (MSI) is a measure of how long it would take, in months, to sell the existing inventory at the current sales rate for the specific neighborhood and property type. The MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY is defined as: The number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month, less the number of properties that have been withdrawn or expired, divided by the number of properties that have gone under contract during the month.

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Data provided by Terradatum.

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30 Days of Sold San Francisco Property Listings

No Comments 11 January 2010

San Francisco real estate

Want to know know what sold in San Francisco in the last 30 days? Sign up for The City Update(TM) – San Francisco’s Friendliest Newsletter. You’ll get the details, and then some, in your inbox (almost) every Friday.

If you just want the round numbers, you can check them out below.

Sold Listings 12/07/09 – 1/07/10

Neighborhood Total Listings Average Price Average DOM
Alamo Square 1 $695,000 66
Bayview 5 $321,800 98
Bayview Heights 3 $466,767 34
Bernal Heights 15 $743,627 75
Buena Vista Park 3 $766,333 50
Central Richmond 8 $792,063 82
Central Sunset 13 $815,838 59
Central Waterfront 2 $706,500 36
Clarendon Heights 4 $1,284,500 84
Corona Heights 2 $1,207,000 60
Cow Hollow 5 $1,329,000 99
Crocker Amazon 1 $615,000 26
Diamond Heights 1 $288,000 159
Downtown 8 $471,563 132
Duboce Triangle 5 $602,933 30
Eureka V./Dolores Hts 11 $1,221,591 89
Excelsior 9 $446,778 62
Forest Hill 1 $1,253,000 44
Forest Hill Extension 1 $1,000,000 26
Forest Knolls 3 $722,167 94
Glen Park 6 $858,703 106
Golden Gate Heights 3 $1,014,833 125
Haight Ashbury 9 $656,222 89
Hayes Valley 7 $783,607 81
Ingleside 4 $672,000 87
Ingleside Heights 5 $411,180 60
Ingleside Terrace 3 $1,009,667 71
Inner Mission 19 $835,861 72
Inner Parkside 1 $787,000 63
Inner Richmond 8 $1,061,125 126
Inner Sunset 6 $924,167 41
Lake 5 $807,400 77
Lake Shore 5 $833,600 71
Lakeside 1 $825,000 74
Laurel Heights 2 $1,607,500 111
Lone Mountain 3 $1,138,333 63
Lower Pacific Heights 12 $927,917 59
Marina 1 $967,387 66
Miraloma Park 1 $910,000 43
Mission Bay 6 $741,667 76
Mission Dolores 7 $579,429 136
Mission Terrace 4 $597,500 90
Monterey Heights 1 $2,400,000 83
Mount Davidson Manor 2 $870,500 23
Nob Hill 9 $758,444 90
Noe Valley 13 $1,067,577 187
North Beach 4 $1,399,750 84
North Panhandle 5 $804,800 86
North Waterfront 2 $620,000 61
Oceanview 4 $391,250 8
Outer Mission 6 $490,667 108
Outer Parkside 6 $682,833 49
Outer Richmond 7 $679,571 82
Outer Sunset 4 $632,250 73
Pacific Heights 15 $2,730,500 82
Parkside 6 $754,667 71
Parnassus/Ashbury Hts 1 $790,000 45
Portola 5 $549,000 63
Potrero Hill 5 $843,800 120
Presidio Heights 2 $1,409,900 84
Russian Hill 11 $1,287,636 177
Sherwood Forest 1 $1,920,000 168
Silver Terrace 5 $460,100 66
South Beach 7 $682,357 173
South of Market 21 $840,429 93
St. Francis Wood 2 $1,477,500 61
Sunnyside 9 $643,556 70
Telegraph Hill 8 $1,132,750 75
Twin Peaks 2 $857,000 126
Van Ness/Civic Center 10 $634,490 130
Visitacion Valley 5 $459,200 14
West Portal 3 $1,244,917 63
Western Addition 2 $579,500 45
Westwood Highlands 2 $746,500 103
Westwood Park 1 $703,000 65

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San Francisco Real Estate Fast Facts: November 2008 vs November 2009

No Comments 17 December 2009

San Francisco Association of Realtors District Map

For those of you that like your SF real estate market data without commentary, here ya go.  Take a look, check it out, come to your own conclusions. 

Or – you can always ask me questions. 

 

 

Fast Facts

Single-Family Homes

Condos

2-4 Units

Sales Rate Condo and SFR.pdf
Sales Rate Condo SFR…

Sales Rate Condo.pdf
Sales Rate Condo…

Sales Rate SFR.pdf
Sales Rate SFR.pdf

Median Price Condo and SFR.pdf
Median Price Condo SFR…

Median Price Condo.pdf
Median Price Condo…

Median Price SFR.pdf
Median Price SFR…

Supply and Demand Condo and SFR.pdf
Supply and Demand Condo SFR…

Supply and Demand Condo.pdf
Supply and Demand Condo…

Supply and Demand SFR.pdf
Supply and Demand SFR…

Units UC Condo and SFR.pdf
Units UC Condo SFR…

Units UC Condo.pdf
Units UC Condo.pdf

Units UC SFR.pdf
Units UC SFR.pdf

 

 

 

  

NUMBER OF UNITS is the equivalent of number of sales/transactions. For condominiums, each unit is treated as a sale. For 2- to 4-unit buildings, the “building” is treated as a sale.

NUMBER SOLD is the number of properties in the market segment that closed escrow during the month.

NUMBER FOR SALE is the number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month.

MEDIAN PRICE (SOLD) reflects the “middle” price point of a group of properties that have successfully closed escrow on a monthly basis, i.e. half sold for more and half sold for less than the median price. Tracking the movement of median prices over time provides a good indicator of the direction market forces are moving.

If the percentage change is positive between the two periods then there is upward pressure on prices in that market segment. If the percentage change is negative between the two periods then there is downward pressure on prices in that market segment.

AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET (DOM) reflects how long it has been taking (on average) to draw an offer on a reasonably priced property exposed to the market. The AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET is defined as: The average number of days it took all of the properties that went under contract during the period to accept a first position offer.

MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY (MSI) is a measure of how long it would take, in months, to sell the existing inventory at the current sales rate for the specific neighborhood and property type. The MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY is defined as: The number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month, less the number of properties that have been withdrawn or expired, divided by the number of properties that have gone under contract during the month.

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Data provided by Terradatum.

 

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San Francisco Real Estate – SOLD!

No Comments 10 December 2009

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If you just want the round numbers, you can check them out below.

Sold Listings 11/09/09 – 12/10/09

Neighborhood Total Listings Average Price Average DOM
Alamo Square 1 $1,030,000 169
Anza Vista 4 $1,007,500 36
Balboa Terrace 1 $890,000 47
Bayview 4 $312,475 27
Bayview Heights 7 $437,117 47
Bernal Heights 21 $791,143 67
Buena Vista Park 6 $818,667 58
Central Richmond 7 $913,857 52
Central Sunset 10 $772,138 49
Central Waterfront 4 $686,750 116
Clarendon Heights 2 $1,788,889 30
Corona Heights 9 $976,444 78
Cow Hollow 6 $838,500 50
Crocker Amazon 4 $502,000 23
Diamond Heights 11 $553,508 78
Downtown 13 $361,269 176
Duboce Triangle 5 $618,400 61
Eureka V./Dolores Hts 12 $1,204,750 34
Excelsior 8 $439,102 113
Financial District 1 $1,195,000 43
Forest Hill 6 $1,398,000 43
Forest Hill Extension 1 $1,060,000 28
Forest Knolls 5 $699,200 76
Glen Park 10 $936,650 68
Golden Gate Heights 2 $801,250 48
Haight Ashbury 5 $1,452,500 78
Hayes Valley 9 $947,861 55
Ingleside 3 $538,000 40
Ingleside Heights 5 $438,400 17
Ingleside Terrace 1 $822,500 55
Inner Mission 16 $805,758 81
Inner Parkside 3 $666,667 48
Inner Richmond 3 $1,423,333 83
Inner Sunset 7 $1,181,929 44
Lake 2 $1,113,000 40
Lake Shore 5 $923,200 95
Lone Mountain 6 $1,532,000 79
Lower Pacific Heights 6 $399,150 43
Marina 3 $1,627,462 66
Merced Heights 1 $628,000 17
Miraloma Park 4 $824,375 68
Mission Bay 6 $862,000 100
Mission Dolores 11 $908,636 63
Mission Terrace 4 $676,000 55
Monterey Heights 1 $1,170,000 97
Nob Hill 7 $739,429 98
Noe Valley 21 $906,653 124
North Beach 4 $750,000 87
North Panhandle 6 $666,767 45
North Waterfront 1 $740,000 70
Outer Mission 7 $546,361 85
Outer Parkside 7 $672,270 36
Outer Richmond 6 $750,833 80
Outer Sunset 5 $619,800 70
Pacific Heights 20 $1,299,000 72
Parkside 9 $783,611 60
Parnassus/Ashbury Hts 4 $1,113,625 37
Portola 4 $570,125 66
Potrero Hill 6 $849,167 96
Presidio Heights 2 $6,400,000 90
Russian Hill 9 $1,701,556 73
Sea Cliff 2 $5,662,500 140
Sherwood Forest 1 $989,000 85
Silver Terrace 3 $477,667 37
South Beach 13 $640,954 86
South of Market 23 $972,075 90
St. Francis Wood 1 $1,455,000 24
Sunnyside 3 $651,667 37
Telegraph Hill 4 $1,000,000 102
Tenderloin 1 $530,000 95
Twin Peaks 1 $424,000 76
Van Ness/Civic Center 13 $552,596 54
Visitacion Valley 7 $430,286 26
West Portal 2 $874,500 46
Western Addition 2 $599,500 36
Westwood Park 1 $880,000 118

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San Francisco Real Estate – Sold!

No Comments 04 December 2009

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Sold Listings 11/04/09 – 12/04/09

Neighborhood Total Listings Average Price Average DOM
Anza Vista 3 $926,667 28
Balboa Terrace 1 $890,000 47
Bayview 2 $262,500 34
Bayview Heights 7 $437,117 47
Bernal Heights 20 $750,700 66
Buena Vista Park 5 $856,400 61
Central Richmond 7 $893,857 51
Central Sunset 10 $754,538 42
Central Waterfront 3 $744,000 131
Clarendon Heights 1 $1,877,777 31
Corona Heights 8 $927,250 57
Cow Hollow 7 $964,243 57
Crocker Amazon 4 $410,750 25
Diamond Heights 12 $527,799 70
Downtown 9 $330,222 143
Duboce Triangle 7 $627,429 57
Eureka V./Dolores Hts 16 $1,166,063 38
Excelsior 7 $458,288 110
Financial District 4 $1,851,250 44
Forest Hill 5 $1,427,000 42
Forest Hill Extension 1 $1,060,000 28
Forest Knolls 4 $698,000 66
Glen Park 10 $961,150 67
Golden Gate Heights 2 $801,250 48
Haight Ashbury 5 $1,388,200 48
Hayes Valley 8 $882,219 41
Ingleside 2 $510,500 44
Ingleside Heights 4 $451,525 20
Ingleside Terrace 1 $822,500 55
Inner Mission 12 $687,386 86
Inner Parkside 2 $672,500 54
Inner Richmond 2 $1,662,500 37
Inner Sunset 8 $1,158,906 50
Lake 3 $1,282,000 34
Lake Shore 5 $776,000 91
Lone Mountain 6 $1,532,000 79
Lower Pacific Heights 5 $400,680 11
Marina 2 $1,957,500 66
Merced Heights 1 $628,000 17
Miraloma Park 5 $824,500 73
Mission Bay 6 $862,000 100
Mission Dolores 9 $930,556 53
Mission Terrace 3 $618,000 46
Monterey Heights 1 $1,170,000 97
Nob Hill 7 $642,857 66
Noe Valley 18 $1,105,917 66
North Beach 4 $928,750 85
North Panhandle 9 $596,289 53
North Waterfront 1 $371,000 49
Outer Mission 5 $575,505 46
Outer Parkside 6 $652,963 28
Outer Richmond 6 $745,167 45
Outer Sunset 3 $596,667 39
Pacific Heights 16 $1,455,344 83
Parkside 6 $744,583 74
Parnassus/Ashbury Hts 6 $1,019,083 53
Portola 3 $566,833 62
Potrero Hill 6 $890,500 82
Presidio Heights 2 $6,400,000 90
Russian Hill 8 $1,860,500 73
Sea Cliff 2 $5,662,500 140
Sherwood Forest 1 $989,000 85
Silver Terrace 3 $457,667 79
South Beach 14 $789,214 87
South of Market 15 $895,048 81
Sunnyside 5 $663,800 31
Telegraph Hill 3 $1,041,667 107
Twin Peaks 1 $424,000 76
Van Ness/Civic Center 10 $582,585 50
Visitacion Valley 5 $427,600 30
West Portal 2 $874,500 46
Western Addition 3 $648,333 45
Westwood Park 1 $880,000 118

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San Francisco Real Estate Fast Facts – October 2008 vs. October 2009

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San Francisco Association of Realtors District Map

For those of you that like your SF real estate market data without commentary, here ya go. Take a look, check it out, come to your own conclusions.

(Editor’s Note: Set forth below are Unit Sales/DOM/Monthly Supply charts for the month of October for single-family homes, condominiums and 2-4 units, as well as Supply/Demand, Sales Rate and Median Price charts for the same month.)

Single-Family Homes

Condos

2-4 Units

NUMBER OF UNITS is the equivalent of number of sales/transactions. For condominiums, each unit is treated as a sale. For 2- to 4-unit buildings, the “building” is treated as a sale.

NUMBER SOLD is the number of properties in the market segment that closed escrow during the month.

NUMBER FOR SALE is the number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month.

MEDIAN PRICE (SOLD) reflects the “middle” price point of a group of properties that have successfully closed escrow on a monthly basis, i.e. half sold for more and half sold for less than the median price. Tracking the movement of median prices over time provides a good indicator of the direction market forces are moving.

If the percentage change is positive between the two periods then there is upward pressure on prices in that market segment. If the percentage change is negative between the two periods then there is downward pressure on prices in that market segment.

AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET (DOM) reflects how long it has been taking (on average) to draw an offer on a reasonably priced property exposed to the market. The AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET is defined as: The average number of days it took all of the properties that went under contract during the period to accept a first position offer.

MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY (MSI) is a measure of how long it would take, in months, to sell the existing inventory at the current sales rate for the specific neighborhood and property type. The MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY is defined as: The number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month, less the number of properties that have been withdrawn or expired, divided by the number of properties that have gone under contract during the month.

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Data provided by Terradatum.

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