San Francisco Real Estate Market Values In A Fun Interactive Graph (Courtesy Of Zillow)


So we’ve heard from Realtor Economists, we’ve heard from our Association of Realtors, and looky there! Now we get to hear what Zillow thinks the real estate market is doing! Fantastic! Have a look at San Francisco Home Values: — Now have a look at San Francisco Median Sales Price (Holy Crap Batman! It looks … Continue reading San Francisco Real Estate Market Values In A Fun Interactive Graph (Courtesy Of Zillow)

San Francisco Housing Market Continues To Show Promising Signs Of Recovery


From the source: The San Francisco housing market continued to show promising signs of recovery through October 2009. Pending single family home sales jumped to 271 homes in October 2009, which represents a 30% increase in the number of pending sales month over month and a 58% increase year over year. Although greater scrutiny in … Continue reading San Francisco Housing Market Continues To Show Promising Signs Of Recovery

It’s Less Expensive And More Environmentally Friendly To Live In The City, We Have Proof


The data is in and it’s true, the grass is not greener in the ‘burbs, and yet another reason to get thee to the city. “A new report released today by the ULI Terwilliger Center for Workforce Housing finds that the average Bay Area household spends more than $41,000 a year – nearly 60 percent … Continue reading It’s Less Expensive And More Environmentally Friendly To Live In The City, We Have Proof

Condominium Versus Single Family Homes (The Data)


Misha Weidman is back and he brings us this little nugget (also posted on his site): …and this quote to go along with it: Until June 2008, condo and home prices were in lock-step in terms of price appreciation and decline. Thereafter, homes fell first and further. In March 2009, the delta between condos and … Continue reading Condominium Versus Single Family Homes (The Data)

Cole Valley Sales Too Low To Count, But Area Remains Strong Nonetheless


From the author of these graphs: The monthly sales data for Subdistrict 5E (Cole Valley/Parnassus/Ashbury Heights) is so low that running percentage declines off of median values, as I did for Noe Valley, would have been worthless. As several of your readers and I myself pointed out, it’s hard to draw conclusions when there are … Continue reading Cole Valley Sales Too Low To Count, But Area Remains Strong Nonetheless

Data Yo! San Francisco Median, Supply/Demand, Sales Rate April 2009 v April 2008


Supply/Demand Single Family April 2009 v April 2008 Supply/Demand Condo April 2009 v April 2008 Supply/Demand Single Family & Condo April 2009 v April 2008 Sales Rate Single Family & Condo April 2009 v April 2008 Sales Rate Single Family April 2009 v April 2008 Sales Rate Condo April 2009 v April 2008 Median Price … Continue reading Data Yo! San Francisco Median, Supply/Demand, Sales Rate April 2009 v April 2008