One chart that says it all: It’s painful if you’re a buyer. It’s awesome to be a seller, especially a seller cashing in and getting out of Dodge.
San Francisco New-Housing Construction Trends Within its 47 square mile envelope, San Francisco is already the 2nd most densely populated city in the United States, and it’s growing denser, more affluent and more expensive. May 2014 report with 13 custom charts The following charts are mostly based on the San Francisco Planning Department’s excellent Housing … Continue reading San Francisco New-Housing Construction Trends
So why do so many people try to complicate the obvious? It’s really quite simple. But as further support of a market that is clearly en fuego, here are a variety of standard supply and demand analyses: Months Supply of Inventory, Units for Sale, New Listings Coming on Market, Percentage of Listings Accepting Offers, Average … Continue reading It’s Simple Supply And Demand, Watson
Surely, every Realtor in the Bay Area is pumping this new article about the luxury home market in our area, so I guess I better do the same. It’s not like you haven’t heard it from me before, with all of my stories of multiple offers, all cash buyers, and the general state of our … Continue reading “Red Hot” Bay Area Luxury Home Market Blasting Off!
The latest and greatest sales data for San Francisco Real Estate: sfnewsletter/MarketTracker sales information and data is a bi-weekly publication I provide via email. As much as I try to repost it here each week, sometimes time does not allow. Please shoot me an email if you or anyone you know would like to be … Continue reading San Francisco Real Estate Market Update, Listings, & Sales Week Ending 3/9/2012