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San Francisco Real Estate – Sold!

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If you just want the round numbers, you can check them out below.

Sold Listings 10/13/09 – 11/12/09

Neighborhood Total Listings Average Price Average DOM
Alamo Square 4 $1,135,250 104
Bayview 7 $502,586 55
Bayview Heights 6 $412,500 52
Bernal Heights 10 $780,860 53
Buena Vista Park 6 $961,083 95
Central Richmond 10 $987,500 88
Central Sunset 9 $791,778 37
Central Waterfront 1 $400,000 89
Clarendon Heights 2 $1,262,139 23
Corona Heights 10 $990,700 49
Cow Hollow 12 $1,140,267 65
Crocker Amazon 6 $566,898 33
Diamond Heights 4 $609,250 49
Downtown 3 $630,833 76
Duboce Triangle 10 $636,100 44
Eureka V./Dolores Hts 12 $1,116,259 60
Excelsior 10 $491,000 47
Financial District 1 $710,000 33
Forest Hill Extension 1 $1,179,000 20
Forest Knolls 1 $640,000 47
Glen Park 13 $843,923 59
Golden Gate Heights 4 $807,625 50
Haight Ashbury 5 $1,095,200 115
Hayes Valley 8 $1,147,875 63
Ingleside 4 $420,750 51
Ingleside Heights 7 $501,286 68
Ingleside Terrace 1 $822,500 55
Inner Mission 19 $667,442 69
Inner Parkside 1 $951,000 22
Inner Richmond 4 $1,999,750 88
Inner Sunset 12 $1,010,479 79
Lake 8 $1,383,000 52
Lake Shore 7 $678,714 90
Lakeside 2 $1,400,493 12
Laurel Heights 1 $1,610,000 128
Lone Mountain 2 $997,500 57
Lower Pacific Heights 14 $511,600 28
Marina 6 $1,862,417 41
Merced Heights 2 $574,000 19
Midtown Terrace 3 $816,467 26
Miraloma Park 5 $838,500 43
Mission Bay 5 $784,600 65
Mission Dolores 5 $860,000 38
Mission Terrace 4 $588,750 43
Monterey Heights 1 $1,200,000 36
Mount Davidson Manor 2 $897,500 11
Nob Hill 9 $939,111 103
Noe Valley 20 $1,037,325 52
North Beach 2 $1,088,000 85
North Panhandle 16 $943,156 93
North Waterfront 1 $371,000 49
Oceanview 2 $431,450 183
Outer Mission 1 $450,000 105
Outer Parkside 9 $713,000 36
Outer Richmond 6 $692,500 63
Outer Sunset 4 $727,500 100
Pacific Heights 22 $2,110,136 82
Parkside 8 $771,238 104
Parnassus/Ashbury Hts 3 $883,333 57
Portola 9 $652,833 36
Potrero Hill 13 $938,723 58
Russian Hill 11 $1,821,636 110
Sea Cliff 1 $1,758,000 23
Silver Terrace 8 $470,879 76
South Beach 15 $878,953 99
South of Market 10 $558,800 71
St. Francis Wood 4 $1,788,750 58
Sunnyside 2 $682,000 22
Telegraph Hill 2 $2,167,000 116
Tenderloin 2 $417,000 48
Van Ness/Civic Center 4 $1,065,500 76
Visitacion Valley 8 $424,613 35
West Portal 4 $1,647,000 75
Western Addition 2 $645,500 63
Westwood Highlands 2 $1,217,500 133
Westwood Park 2 $809,000 39

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San Francisco Real Estate – Sold!

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San Francisco real estate

Want to know know what sold in San Francisco in the last 30 days?  Sign up for The City Update(TM) – San Francisco’s Friendliest Newsletter.  You’ll get the details, and then some, in your inbox (almost) every Friday.

If you just want the round numbers, you can check them out below.

Sold Listings 09/30/09 – 10/29/09

Neighborhood Total Listings Average Price Average DOM
Alamo Square 4 $1,075,500 100
Bayview 9 $438,678 119
Bayview Heights 1 $315,000 63
Bernal Heights 14 $764,257 59
Buena Vista Park 2 $1,090,500 141
Central Richmond 8 $1,111,313 136
Central Sunset 8 $787,250 50
Clarendon Heights 1 $646,500 15
Corona Heights 4 $1,027,500 73
Cow Hollow 11 $1,678,773 53
Crocker Amazon 7 $535,714 32
Diamond Heights 6 $754,017 69
Downtown 3 $617,667 197
Duboce Triangle 8 $927,500 56
Eureka V./Dolores Hts 8 $992,889 116
Excelsior 6 $483,500 95
Forest Hill Extension 1 $1,179,000 20
Glen Park 8 $835,125 70
Golden Gate Heights 4 $913,250 66
Haight Ashbury 11 $822,636 166
Hayes Valley 6 $875,333 80
Ingleside 4 $456,750 76
Ingleside Heights 9 $444,222 59
Inner Mission 31 $673,319 83
Inner Parkside 1 $951,000 22
Inner Richmond 3 $1,173,000 78
Inner Sunset 10 $877,400 70
Lake 4 $1,580,000 112
Lake Shore 5 $802,400 84
Lakeside 2 $1,262,993 10
Laurel Heights 1 $1,610,000 128
Lone Mountain 3 $699,000 30
Lower Pacific Heights 9 $597,667 48
Marina 7 $1,723,500 45
Merced Heights 3 $606,000 33
Merced Manor 1 $1,200,000 70
Midtown Terrace 2 $782,200 24
Miraloma Park 4 $794,313 38
Mission Bay 8 $773,500 76
Mission Dolores 6 $815,833 68
Mission Terrace 3 $609,000 37
Mount Davidson Manor 3 $916,667 19
Nob Hill 7 $996,857 114
Noe Valley 19 $955,237 60
North Panhandle 9 $838,000 71
North Waterfront 1 $395,000 187
Oceanview 2 $431,450 183
Outer Mission 2 $520,000 59
Outer Parkside 6 $696,500 37
Outer Richmond 4 $688,750 100
Outer Sunset 7 $698,286 75
Pacific Heights 21 $2,424,952 91
Parkside 5 $773,380 29
Parnassus/Ashbury Hts 3 $1,228,333 86
Portola 13 $626,423 61
Potrero Hill 12 $880,330 61
Presidio Heights 1 $564,000 167
Russian Hill 14 $1,435,571 115
Sea Cliff 1 $1,758,000 23
Silver Terrace 8 $502,375 61
South Beach 11 $731,755 112
South of Market 16 $804,781 81
St. Francis Wood 3 $1,850,000 68
Sunnyside 2 $697,500 21
Telegraph Hill 3 $1,281,667 50
Tenderloin 4 $361,000 78
Van Ness/Civic Center 8 $807,214 94
Visitacion Valley 6 $478,150 31
West Portal 4 $1,953,250 67
Western Addition 2 $510,000 21
Westwood Highlands 1 $675,000 67
Westwood Park 2 $696,500 59

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September 2009 San Francisco Home Sales Data is Here!

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Yet again, Luba’s San Francisco Real Estate Blog brings you latest San Francisco Real Estate market report here.

(You can also view previous market updates by selecting the archives on the upper right portion of the screen).

Heres’s a little glimpse of the report:

San Francisco Home Sales Down, Prices Up in September

Sales of single-family, re-sale homes dropped 39.2% last month compared to August. Home sales were up 0.6% year-over-year. This is the third month in a row home sales have been higher than the year before. Year-to-date, home sales are down 3.5%.

Condo sales, on the other hand, were up 4.8% month-over-month, and up 37.3% compared to September 2008. Year-to-date, condo sales are off 12.4%.

The median price gained 20% from August, but was down 4.1% year-over-year. The average price rose 17.2% month-over-month, but was off 11.3% year-over-yeaer.

The median price for loft/condos in San Francisco rose 2.8% from August, but was down 7.1% year-over-year. The average price gained 3.3% month-over-month, but was off 3.9% compared to September 2008.

Read on for full details…

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San Francisco Fast Facts August 2008 vs. August 2009

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San Francisco Association of Realtors District Map

For those of you that like your SF real estate market data without commentary, here ya go.  Take a look, check it out, come to your own conclusions. 

Or – you can always ask me questions. 

 

 

 

Fast Facts

 

(Editor’s Note: Set forth below are Unit Sales/DOM/Monthly Supply charts for the month of August for single-family homes, condominiums and 2-4 units, as well as Supply/Demand, Sales Rate and Median Price charts for the same month.)

Single-Family Homes

Condos

2-4 Units

 


UC_#_Units_SFR.pdf


UC_#_Units
Condo.pdf


Supply_Demand_SFR
Condo.pdf


Supply_Demand
SFR.pdf


Supply_Demand
Condo.pdf


Sales_Rate_SFR
Condo.pdf


Sales_Rate_SFR.pdf


Sales_Rate
Condo.pdf


Median_Price_SFR
Condo.pdf


Median_Price_SFR.pdf


Median_Price
Condo.pdf


UC_#_Units_SFR
Condo.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NUMBER OF UNITS is the equivalent of number of sales/transactions. For condominiums, each unit is treated as a sale. For 2- to 4-unit buildings, the “building” is treated as a sale.

NUMBER SOLD is the number of properties in the market segment that closed escrow during the month.

NUMBER FOR SALE is the number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month.

MEDIAN PRICE (SOLD) reflects the “middle” price point of a group of properties that have successfully closed escrow on a monthly basis, i.e. half sold for more and half sold for less than the median price. Tracking the movement of median prices over time provides a good indicator of the direction market forces are moving.

If the percentage change is positive between the two periods then there is upward pressure on prices in that market segment. If the percentage change is negative between the two periods then there is downward pressure on prices in that market segment.

AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET (DOM) reflects how long it has been taking (on average) to draw an offer on a reasonably priced property exposed to the market. The AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET is defined as: The average number of days it took all of the properties that went under contract during the period to accept a first position offer.

MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY (MSI) is a measure of how long it would take, in months, to sell the existing inventory at the current sales rate for the specific neighborhood and property type. The MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY is defined as: The number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month, less the number of properties that have been withdrawn or expired, divided by the number of properties that have gone under contract during the month.

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Data provided by Terradatum.

 

 

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San Francisco Real Estate August Market Focus Report

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Association Issues August Market Focus Report

The San Francisco Association of REALTORS® has issued its Market Focus report for August and the news is, things are looking better!

The reports are prepared for the Association by the Rosen Consulting Group of Berkeley. The reports are based on information provided by Terradatum which extracts and analyzes information from the Association’s MLS.

Links to both the Market Focus report for August and the press release that accompanied it are provided below.


Revised Market
Focus August2009.pdf


Revised Press
Release August.pdf

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San Francisco Real Estate Facts July 2008 vs. July 2009

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San Francisco Association of Realtors District Map

For those of you that like your San Francisco real estate market data without commentary, here ya go.  Take a look, check it out, come to your own conclusions. 

Or – you can always ask me questions. 

Single-Family Homes

Condos

 

2-4 Units

 

 

 

 

 

NUMBER OF UNITS is the equivalent of number of sales/transactions. For condominiums, each unit is treated as a sale. For 2- to 4-unit buildings, the “building” is treated as a sale.

NUMBER SOLD is the number of properties in the market segment that closed escrow during the month.

NUMBER FOR SALE is the number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month.

MEDIAN PRICE (SOLD) reflects the “middle” price point of a group of properties that have successfully closed escrow on a monthly basis, i.e. half sold for more and half sold for less than the median price. Tracking the movement of median prices over time provides a good indicator of the direction market forces are moving.

If the percentage change is positive between the two periods then there is upward pressure on prices in that market segment. If the percentage change is negative between the two periods then there is downward pressure on prices in that market segment.

AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET (DOM) reflects how long it has been taking (on average) to draw an offer on a reasonably priced property exposed to the market. The AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET is defined as: The average number of days it took all of the properties that went under contract during the period to accept a first position offer.

MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY (MSI) is a measure of how long it would take, in months, to sell the existing inventory at the current sales rate for the specific neighborhood and property type. The MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY is defined as: The number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month, less the number of properties that have been withdrawn or expired, divided by the number of properties that have gone under contract during the month.

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Data provided by Terradatum.

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San Francisco Fast Facts June 2008 vs. June 2009

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San Francisco Association of Realtors District Map

For those of you that like your SF real estate market data without commentary, here ya go.  Take a look, check it out, come to your own conclusions.

Or you can always ask me questions. 

 

Fast Facts

Single Family Homes 

Condo

 

2-4 Units

 

 

NUMBER OF UNITS is the equivalent of number of sales/transactions. For condominiums, each unit is treated as a sale. For 2- to 4-unit buildings, the “building” is treated as a sale.

NUMBER SOLD is the number of properties in the market segment that closed escrow during the month.

NUMBER FOR SALE is the number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month.

MEDIAN PRICE (SOLD) reflects the “middle” price point of a group of properties that have successfully closed escrow on a monthly basis, i.e. half sold for more and half sold for less than the median price. Tracking the movement of median prices over time provides a good indicator of the direction market forces are moving.

If the percentage change is positive between the two periods then there is upward pressure on prices in that market segment. If the percentage change is negative between the two periods then there is downward pressure on prices in that market segment.

AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET (DOM) reflects how long it has been taking (on average) to draw an offer on a reasonably priced property exposed to the market. The AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET is defined as: The average number of days it took all of the properties that went under contract during the period to accept a first position offer.

MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY (MSI) is a measure of how long it would take, in months, to sell the existing inventory at the current sales rate for the specific neighborhood and property type. The MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY is defined as: The number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month, less the number of properties that have been withdrawn or expired, divided by the number of properties that have gone under contract during the month.

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Data provided by Terradatum.

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San Francisco Real Estate Market Focus (Fast Facts) June 2009

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San Francisco Association of Realtors District Map

For those of you that like your SF real estate market data without commentary, here ya go.  Take a look, check it out, come to your own conclusions. 

Or – you can always ask me questions. 

Market Focus (Formerly Fast Facts)

(Editor’s Note: Set forth below are Supply/Demand, Sales Rate and Median Price charts for the month of June. Also included is an extra report showing the number of single-family homes that went under contract in June (the highest number in the last 13 months—good news  ).)

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NUMBER SOLD is the number of properties in the market segment that closed escrow during the month.

NUMBER FOR SALE is the number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month.

MEDIAN PRICE (SOLD) reflects the “middle” price point of a group of properties that have successfully closed escrow on a monthly basis, i.e. half sold for more and half sold for less than the median price. Tracking the movement of median prices over time provides a good indicator of the direction market forces are moving.

If the percentage change is positive between the two periods then there is upward pressure on prices in that market segment. If the percentage change is negative between the two periods then there is downward pressure on prices in that market segment.

AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET (DOM) reflects how long it has been taking (on average) to draw an offer on a reasonably priced property exposed to the market. The AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET is defined as: The average number of days it took all of the properties that went under contract during the period to accept a first position offer.

MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY (MSI) is a measure of how long it would take, in months, to sell the existing inventory at the current sales rate for the specific neighborhood and property type. The MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY is defined as: The number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month, less the number of properties that have been withdrawn or expired, divided by the number of properties that have gone under contract during the month.

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Data provided by Terradatum.

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San Francisco Fast Facts April 2008 vs. April 2009

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San Francisco Association of Realtors District Map

For those of you that like your SF real estate market data without commentary, here ya go.  Take a look, check it out, come to your own conclusions. 

Or – you can always ask me questions. 

Fast Facts

Editor’s Note: Set forth below are Supply/Demand, Sales Rate and Median Price charts for the month of April, as well unit sales/DOM/monthly supply charts for the same month for single-family homes, condominiums and 2-4 units.)< ?xml:namespace prefix ="" o ns ="" "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

Single Family Homes

2009April-Single_Family_Homes.pdf
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Condos

2009April-Condo.pdf
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2-4 Units

2009April-2-4_Units.pdf
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NUMBER OF UNITS is the equivalent of number of sales/transactions. For condominiums, each unit is treated as a sale. For 2- to 4-unit buildings, the “building” is treated as a sale.

NUMBER SOLD is the number of properties in the market segment that closed escrow during the month.

NUMBER FOR SALE is the number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month.

MEDIAN PRICE (SOLD) reflects the “middle” price point of a group of properties that have successfully closed escrow on a monthly basis, i.e. half sold for more and half sold for less than the median price. Tracking the movement of median prices over time provides a good indicator of the direction market forces are moving.

If the percentage change is positive between the two periods then there is upward pressure on prices in that market segment. If the percentage change is negative between the two periods then there is downward pressure on prices in that market segment.

AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET (DOM) reflects how long it has been taking (on average) to draw an offer on a reasonably priced property exposed to the market. The AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET is defined as: The average number of days it took all of the properties that went under contract during the period to accept a first position offer.

MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY (MSI) is a measure of how long it would take, in months, to sell the existing inventory at the current sales rate for the specific neighborhood and property type. The MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY is defined as: The number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month, less the number of properties that have been withdrawn or expired, divided by the number of properties that have gone under contract during the month.

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Data provided by Terradatum.

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San Francisco Real Estate Facts March 2008 vs. March 2009

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San Francisco Association of Realtors District Map

For those of you that like your San Francisco real estate market data without commentary, here ya go.  Take a look, check it out, come to your own conclusions. 

Or – you can always ask me questions. 

(Editor’s Note: Set forth below are Supply/Demand, Sales Rate and Median Price charts for the month of March, as well unit sales/DOM/monthly supply charts for the same month for single-family homes, condominiums and 2-4 units.)

 

 

Single Family Homes

 

Condo

 

2-4 Units

 

 

 

 

 

NUMBER OF UNITS is the equivalent of number of sales/transactions. For condominiums, each unit is treated as a sale. For 2- to 4-unit buildings, the “building” is treated as a sale.

NUMBER SOLD is the number of properties in the market segment that closed escrow during the month.

NUMBER FOR SALE is the number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month.

MEDIAN PRICE (SOLD) reflects the “middle” price point of a group of properties that have successfully closed escrow on a monthly basis, i.e. half sold for more and half sold for less than the median price. Tracking the movement of median prices over time provides a good indicator of the direction market forces are moving.

If the percentage change is positive between the two periods then there is upward pressure on prices in that market segment. If the percentage change is negative between the two periods then there is downward pressure on prices in that market segment.

AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET (DOM) reflects how long it has been taking (on average) to draw an offer on a reasonably priced property exposed to the market. The AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET is defined as: The average number of days it took all of the properties that went under contract during the period to accept a first position offer.

MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY (MSI) is a measure of how long it would take, in months, to sell the existing inventory at the current sales rate for the specific neighborhood and property type. The MONTH’S SUPPLY OF INVENTORY is defined as: The number of active properties on the market for one day or more during the month, less the number of properties that have been withdrawn or expired, divided by the number of properties that have gone under contract during the month.

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Data provided by Terradatum.

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