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San Francisco Real Estate Market for January 2021

Mar 19, 2021 (0) comment , , ,

The housing market in San Francisco seems to be heating up much quicker than is typical for the beginning of the year.  New listings jumped in January to about 550, however, the total number of listings declined from last month while remaining well above normal for the first month of the year. Sales were up […]

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Home Design Trends of 2021

Mar 12, 2021 (0) comment , , ,

After months of being at home, many Californians are looking for a new distraction or a fresh start for this new year.  The perfect place to start might be our own home! Real estate design experts were asked what they anticipated will be the biggest home trends in the coming year.  Here are a few […]

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San Francisco Real Estate Stats for December 2020

Feb 12, 2021 (0) comment , , ,

The real estate market in San Francisco continued its wild ride into the new year.  Below is a snapshot of just how crazy the market was for homeowners and investors: All Properties: Inventory of all properties for sale as of January 11, 2021: 964 (a significant drop from 1644 active just one month ago, but […]

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San Francisco Peninsula Real Estate Market for November 2020

Jan 22, 2021 (0) comment , , , ,

There was no problem finding buyers in November for single family homes.  Listings only stayed on the market from 12-38 days.  Below is sales data for several Peninsula cities: Menlo Park:  Average days on Market-38; Average sales price-$2,896,954(a decrease of $206,375 from October) Price received-1% above asking Foster City:  Average days on Market-30; Average sales […]

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San Francisco Real Estate Statistics for November 2020

Jan 15, 2021 (0) comment , , , ,

In November, we continued to see pricing remain steady amid a robust housing market in The City.  Looking at all properties for sale as of December 6th, we find: For sale:  1644 (24% drop since November, but 140% increase from November 2019) Sold:  609 (612 in October; 22% increase over November 2019) Average sales price […]

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Get Ready, Here Comes Winter!

Dec 04, 2020 (0) comment , , , , ,

Get Ready Here Comes Winter

Where has the year gone?  We are already coming to the end of Fall and turning the corner into Winter.  California’s climate is more mild but we do get those mornings close to freezing sometimes. So, now is a good time to prepare your most expensive investment for cold weather. The following steps will help […]

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Buyers Are Looking to Buy in the Luxury Home Market

Nov 13, 2020 (0) comment , , ,

The pandemic has surprised everyone, but no one as much as the economists who predicted a gloom-and-doom reality for real estate in 2020.  On the contrary, the housing market has experienced a robust surge and continues to drive the nation’s economic recovery! Here’s a look at what several industry-leading experts have to say: “Homeowners’ balance […]

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September’s San Francisco Real Estate Market Update

Oct 23, 2020 (0) comment , , , , ,

September’s San Francisco Real Estate Market Update

As one editor expressed it, “This year has been a dumpster fire that makes us feel foolish for all the other times we whined about what a lousy year it was.”   A definite glimmer of hope has consistently been the real estate market.  Looking at the statistics available for single family homes from September […]

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Should You Buy a New or Existing Home?

Sep 25, 2020 (0) comment , , ,

Contrary to what some believed at the beginning of the shelter-in-place order, residential housing has flourished.  And despite the screeching halt in the economy earlier in the year, home values have appreciated, and buyers are popping up all over California!  Home builders are seeing a flood of applications for new home purchases which far exceed […]

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This Is Not a Typical Recession for California

Sep 11, 2020 (0) comment , ,

Because we had such a healthy economy going into this recession caused by the pandemic, we will have a healthy economy again when the public health problem has been resolved.   When it comes to this recession, there is no need for hysteria according to  Christopher Thornberg, founder of Beacon Economics at Financial Partners Credit […]

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