I can’t begin to tell you how many clients, friends, family, and co-workers base their entire real estate purchase or sale on price per square foot, and for good reason…it is the benchmark. Thank goodness a colleague at Zephyr Real Estate came up with this brilliant website, PriceSquares, so that all of you can check it out on your own. The concept is as simple as they come. The site strives to show you what is the average price per square foot of property listed and sold in a certain area, whether the average is going up, down, and whether a certain property represents a good buy or not.
Or as they say, “Price Squares is a new and easy way to see how San Francisco real estate is trending. Price Squares takes recent sales and shows you instantly whether the average price per square foot is increasing or decreasing giving you a real view of how the real estate market is fairing…”
If you have enough time to check out this post, you have enough time to check out this great new tool.
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Will be linking to this double time
Also why is my icon so skeptical looking? I am generally a sunny person.
I have no control over the icons (avatars)…that’s not true. I’m sure I do, I just nixed ’em. They kinda bugged me anyway.
I think it’s a very helpful tool especially for those who are conscious about the per square price of the property which they are going to acquire. :)
Interesting concept. Now make one for Marin County!!!