|Number of Sales||13||22|
|Median Selling Price||899,000||1,260,000|
|Number of Sales||39||23|
|Median Selling Price||775,000||839,300|
|Number of Sales||23||15|
|Median Selling Price||690,000||680,000|
|Number of Sales||38||18|
|Median Selling Price||1,002,500||858,000|
|Number of Sales||31||33|
|Median Selling Price||1,335,000||1,390,000|
|Number of Sales||2||7|
|Median Selling Price||1,113,750||1,825,000|
|Number of Sales||9||10|
|Median Selling Price||2,100,000||2,762,500|
|Number of Sales||1||0|
|Median Selling Price||12,000,000|
|Number of Sales||20||23|
|Median Selling Price||845,000||850,000|
|Number of Sales||57||24|
|Median Selling Price||690,000||608,600|
Data Provided San Francisco Association of Realtors
8 thoughts on “Stats & Numbers: Single Family Homes (Nov ’06-Nov ’07)”
Which areas are: District 1, 5, 6, 7, 9? All these districts have higher sales, and increases in prices. District 7 prices +35%? District 7 +50%?
District 10 is getting CRUSHED! District 4 not so good either.
Is there a directory that lists all names of districts?
[Editor’s note: From our site under “sites of interest”, Detailed SF Districts Map.]
district 6 is my district, south beach, mission bay, rincon hill and south of market. we are still holding up well i’d say.
James, I thought those areas are D9.
6 is Western Addition, I think.
Remember, the real estate districts are different than your electoral districts.
whoops! why don’t they map to electoral districts? that is stupid!
^ um.. this is San Francisco… Logic and common sense are barred from entering.
nice to include a distiict map with these kinds of data listings. I put one up on my site, just in case anyone wants it.