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June 2017 Report – San Francisco Real Estate Market Update for May 2017

The number of homes in the Overall Sales category sold in MAY  more than the previous month as well as a year ago in the San Francisco Real Estate Market. These numbers reflect the homes sold (for the most part) in the previous month given a typical 30 day close. The average sale prices increased from the previous month as well as a year ago. The percentage increase of average sold price over the average list price was a little more than the previous month but less than a year ago. Average days on the market remained about the same as the previous period as well as a year ago.

What do these numbers all mean? Once again Single family homes UNDER $2M sold (on average) the best of all the categories we track; over the asking price by slightly more than 17%. Co-ops was the only category we track that sold for LESS than the asking price, on average. If you are thinking of selling this is still a GREAT time to SELL and an even better time to BUY!

* Remember, closed sales in any month reflect deals ratified in the previous month with a typical 30 day close.

May 2017 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 56 $3,221,889 $3,417,281 106.06% 26
Single Family Under $2M 153 $1,093,204 $1,280,397 117.12% 22
Condominium 208 $1,188,495 $1,256,579 105.73% 31
Loft Condo 22 $988,859 $1,039,182 105.09% 40
Co-op 11 $2,221,818 $2,147,872 96.67% 53
TIC 17 $1,118,088 $1,156,265 103.41% 40
ALL * 496 $1,528,824 $1,643,335 107.49% 29

April 2017 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 49 $3,430,591 $3,521,633 102.65% 36
Single Family Under $2M 134 $1,058,002 $1,250,925 118.23% 21
Condominium 184 $1,234,583 $1,277,965 103.51% 31
Loft Condo 7 $1,093,571 $1,141,286 104.36% 29
Co-op 5 $1,317,600 $1,330,000 100.94% 35
TIC 15 $1,351,000 $1,401,962 103.77% 49
ALL * 435 $1,497,305 $1,596,727 106.64% 29

May 2016 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 33 $3,183,818 $3,480,346 109.31% 27
Single Family Under $2M 153 $1,112,088 $1,275,536 114.70% 23
Condominium 196 $1,191,385 $1,261,670 105.90% 30
Loft Condo 21 $988,423 $1,039,619 105.18% 42
Co-op 9 $1,549,444 $1,514,621 97.75% 56
TIC 17 $1,118,088 $1,154,912 103.29% 40
ALL * 486 $1,425,577 $1,543,677 108.28% 30

* Includes Single Family Homes, Condo/Coop/TIC and Loft, 2-4

Units, and 5+ Units.

** Figures subject to change as Multiple
Listing Service is updated.

+ Formerly, condominium statistics
included condos, co-op, lofts and TICs.

Realtor.com is the official site of the National
Association of Realtors® (NAR) and is a search engine for real
estate nationwide. Realtor.com
has all of San Francisco’s listed homes and condominiums.

May 2017 Report – San Francisco Real Estate Market Update for April 2017

The number of homes in the Overall Sales category sold in APRIL was a little less than the previous month but nearly the same as a year ago in the San Francisco Real Estate Market. These numbers reflect the homes sold (for the most part) in the previous month given a typical 30 day close. The average sale prices dipped slightly from the previous month as well as a year ago. The percentage increase of average sold price over the average list price was a little more than the previous month but less than a year ago. Average days on the market decreased slightly from the previous period as well as a year ago.

What do these numbers all mean? We’re beginning to sound like a broken record, but Single family homes UNDER $2M sold (on average) the best of all the categories we track, over the asking price by slightly over 18%. If you are thinking of selling this is still a GREAT time to SELL and an even better time to BUY!

* Remember, closed sales in any month reflect deals ratified in the previous month with a typical 30 day close.

April 2017 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 49 $3,430,591 $3,521,633 102.65% 36
Single Family Under $2M 134 $1,058,002 $1,250,925 118.23% 21
Condominium 184 $1,234,583 $1,277,965 103.51% 31
Loft Condo 7 $1,093,571 $1,141,286 104.36% 29
Co-op 5 $1,317,600 $1,330,000 100.94% 35
TIC 15 $1,351,000 $1,401,962 103.77% 49
ALL * 435 $1,497,305 $1,596,727 106.64% 29

March 2017 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 44 $3,543,477 $3,784,943 106.81% 28
Single Family Under $2M 114 $1,082,656 $1,212,671 112.01% 34
Condominium 206 $1,258,351 $1,310,946 104.18% 30
Loft Condo 24 $1,067,839 $1,103,255 103.32% 37
Co-op 3 $1,780,000 $1,803,333 101.31% 96
TIC 19 $1,295,711 $1,344,974 103.80% 32
ALL * 453 $1,572,723 $1,654,921 105.23% 34

April 2016 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 47 $3,177,957 $3,463,830 110.00% 39
Single Family Under $2M 139 $1,080,399 $1,228,688 113.73% 30
Condominium 178 $1,271,410 $1,318,726 103.72% 40
Loft Condo 15 $1,152,800 $1,213,367 105.25% 31
Co-op 5 $3,544,000 $3,719,000 104.94% 18
TIC 11 $1,362,273 $1,412,500 103.69% 33
ALL * 436 $1,528,719 $1,640,566 107.32% 38

* Includes Single Family Homes, Condo/Coop/TIC and Loft, 2-4

Units, and 5+ Units.

** Figures subject to change as Multiple
Listing Service is updated.

+ Formerly, condominium statistics
included condos, co-op, lofts and TICs.

Realtor.com is the official site of the National
Association of Realtors® (NAR) and is a search engine for real
estate nationwide. Realtor.com
has all of San Francisco’s listed homes and condominiums.

Updates for San Francisco – Q1 2017 – Single Family Homes

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    Real Estate Report, Q1 2017
San Francisco

 

Pacific
Union’s Q1 2017 report offers you an in-depth look at current market
conditions across the Bay Area. Click below to see all the latest
regional and hyperlocal market data you need to research current
conditions and make the best home buying or selling decision.

Condominiums
At a Glance

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Home Prices

4.5% Higher Than
Q1 2016

 

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Inventory

6.4% Fewer Homes
Available for Sale

 

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Days On
Market

42 Days
on Average

 

 

Homes At a
Glance

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Home Prices

0.4% Higher Than
Q1 2016

 

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Inventory

9.6% Fewer Homes
Available for Sale

 

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Days On
Market

41 Days
on Average

 

 

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April 2017 Report – San Francisco Real Estate Market Update for March 2017

The number of homes in the Overall Sales category sold in March was significantly more than the previous month as well as a year ago in the San Francisco Real Estate Market. These numbers reflect the homes sold (for the most part) in the previous month given a typical 30 day close. The average sale prices increased again from the previous month as well as a year ago. The percentage increase of average sold price over the average list price wasn’t quite as high as the previous month or a year ago. Average days on the market decreased slightly from the previous period but is still more than a year ago.

What do these numbers all mean? Single family homes UNDER $2M sold (on average) the best of all the categories we track, over the asking price by slightly over 12%.  As we head toward spring we should see an overall increase in the sales figures barring some unforeseen catastrophe.

This is still a GREAT time to SELL and an even better time to BUY!

* Remember, closed sales in any month reflect deals ratified in the previous month with a typical 30 day close.

March 2017 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 44 $3,543,477 $3,784,943 106.81% 28
Single Family Under $2M 114 $1,082,656 $1,212,671 112.01% 34
Condominium 206 $1,258,351 $1,310,946 104.18% 30
Loft Condo 24 $1,067,839 $1,103,255 103.32% 37
Co-op 3 $1,780,000 $1,803,333 101.31% 96
TIC 19 $1,295,711 $1,344,974 103.80% 32
ALL * 453 $1,572,723 $1,654,921 105.23% 34

February 2017 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 23 $3,094,739 $3,353,262 108.35% 32
Single Family Under $2M 77 $1,018,680 $1,167,559 114.61% 35
Condominium 112 $1,340,038 $1,368,455 102.12% 38
Loft Condo 9 $978,667 $1,031,222 105.37% 19
Co-op 2 $1,799,500 $1,790,000 99.47% 35
TIC 13 $1,308,846 $1,454,305 111.11% 43
ALL * 269 $1,504,335 $1,595,597 106.07% 41

March 2016 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 36 $3,403,201 $3,585,541 105.36% 23
Single Family Under $2M 107 $1,018,205 $1,179,267 115.82% 25
Condominium 185 $1,217,633 $1,275,963 104.79% 31
Loft Condo 21 $1,178,947 $1,206,524 102.34% 21
Co-op 5 $1,402,000 $1,402,125 100.01% 52
TIC 18 $1,155,222 $1,210,139 104.75% 32
ALL * 403 $1,446,029 $1,545,680 106.89% 29

* Includes Single Family Homes, Condo/Coop/TIC and Loft, 2-4

Units, and 5+ Units.

** Figures subject to change as Multiple
Listing Service is updated.

+ Formerly, condominium statistics
included condos, co-op, lofts and TICs.

Realtor.com is the official site of the National
Association of Realtors® (NAR) and is a search engine for real
estate nationwide. Realtor.com
has all of San Francisco’s listed homes and condominiums.

Q4 Newsletter from Pacific Union

 

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    Real Estate Report, Q4 2016
San Francisco
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Q4 ANALYSIS

From Selma Hepp, Chief Economist Pacific Union International – 1/13/2017

Fourth-quarter home sales activity in San Francisco sustained the same momentum as recorded in previous quarters, with relatively fewer sales than last year but a better balance between buyers and sellers. Generally, the largest slowdown in homes sales occurred among properties priced below $1 million and between $2 million and $3 million. The lower-priced category continues to suffer from depleted inventory, while the slowing activity of higher-priced homes resulted from the general uncertainty in the market that began earlier in the year.

Despite a slight increase in inventory, sellers were still reluctant to reduce prices, causing the pace of sales to slow. At the same time, homebuyers remained cautious and were less likely to engage in bidding wars and pay premiums

Looking Forward: Given the recent increase in mortgage rates, along with uncertainties surrounding the new administration, the first quarter may start softer than in previous years. However, with strong housing fundamentals and the Bay Area’s continued economic power, the San Francisco housing market should see another solid spring.

To read Pacific Union’s real estate and economic forecast through 2019 for San Francisco, Marin, and San Mateo counties, click here.

Condominiums At a Glance

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Home Prices

0.9% Lower Than
Q4 2015

 
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Inventory

3.4% More Homes
Available for Sale

 
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Days On Market

48 Days
on Average

 

Homes At a Glance

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Home Prices

8.1% Higher Than
Q4 2015

 
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Inventory

0.2% Fewer Homes
Available for Sale

 
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Days On Market

42 Days
on Average

 

March 2017 Report – San Francisco Real Estate Market Update for February 2017

The number of homes in the Overall Sales category sold in February were almost the same as the previous month but a little less than a year ago in the San Francisco Real Estate Market. These numbers reflect the homes sold (for the most part) in the previous month given a typical 30 day close. However, the average sale prices increased from the previous month as well as a year ago. The percentage increase of average sold price over the average list price jumped from the previous month but was about the same as a year ago. Average days on the market decreased slightly from the previous period but is more than a year ago.

What do these numbers all mean? Single family homes UNDER $2M sold (on average) over the asking price by almost 15% and were the biggest winner once again. Even notice that TIC (tenancy in common) were a very strong category. As we head toward spring we should see an overall increase in the sales figures barring some unforeseen  catastrophe.

This is still a GREAT time to SELL and an even better time to BUY!

* Remember, closed sales in any month reflect deals ratified in the previous month with a typical 30 day close.

February 2016 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 23 $3,094,739 $3,353,262 108.35% 32
Single Family Under $2M 77 $1,018,680 $1,167,559 114.61% 35
Condominium 112 $1,340,038 $1,368,455 102.12% 38
Loft Condo 9 $978,667 $1,031,222 105.37% 19
Co-op 2 $1,799,500 $1,790,000 99.47% 35
TIC 13 $1,308,846 $1,454,305 111.11% 43
ALL * 269 $1,504,335 $1,595,597 106.07% 41

January 2016 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 19 $3,299,573 $3,335,947 101.10% 37
Single Family Under $2M 80 $1,054,353 $1,147,125 108.80% 44
Condominium 113 $1,215,510 $1,219,582 100.34% 52
Loft Condo 7 $788,880 $796,737 101.00% 72
Co-op 1 $1,850,000 $1,850,000 100.00% 86
TIC 15 $977,933 $1,020,333 104.34% 87
ALL * 268 $1,500,683 $1,530,770 102.00% 53

February 2016 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 21 $3,071,095 $3,169,905 103.22% 32
Single Family Under $2M 75 $1,071,877 $1,223,015 114.10% 31
Condominium 125 $1,184,899 $1,250,235 105.51% 33
Loft Condo 7 $1,122,143 $1,148,571 102.36% 35
Co-op 2 $599,000 $630,000 105.18% 52
TIC 19 $997,947 $1,072,711 107.49% 50
ALL * 278 $1,388,190 $1,482,780 106.81% 35

* Includes Single Family Homes, Condo/Coop/TIC and Loft, 2-4

Units, and 5+ Units.

** Figures subject to change as Multiple
Listing Service is updated.

+ Formerly, condominium statistics
included condos, co-op, lofts and TICs.

Realtor.com is the official site of the National
Association of Realtors® (NAR) and is a search engine for real
estate nationwide. Realtor.com
has all of San Francisco’s listed homes and condominiums.

February 2017 Report – San Francisco Real Estate Market Update for January 2017

The number of homes in the Overall Sales category sold in January were far less than the previous month and a little less than a year ago in the San Francisco Real Estate Market. These numbers reflect the homes sold (for the most part) in the previous month given a typical 30 day close. However, the average sale prices decreased from the previous month but were higher than a year ago. The percentage increase of average sold price over the average list price was less than the previous month as well as a year ago. Average days on the market increased slightly from the previous period.

What do these numbers all mean? Single family homes UNDER $2M sold (on average) over the asking price were the biggest winner once again, selling almost 9% over. However, notice the average sold versus list price percentages on all categories were 100% or better.

This is still a GREAT time to SELL and an even better time to BUY!

* Remember, closed sales in any month reflect deals ratified in the previous month with a typical 30 day close.

January 2016 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 19 $3,299,573 $3,335,947 101.10% 37
Single Family Under $2M 80 $1,054,353 $1,147,125 108.80% 44
Condominium 113 $1,215,510 $1,219,582 100.34% 52
Loft Condo 7 $788,880 $796,737 101.00% 72
Co-op 1 $1,850,000 $1,850,000 100.00% 86
TIC 15 $977,933 $1,020,333 104.34% 87
ALL * 268 $1,500,683 $1,530,770 102.00% 53

December 2016 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 43 $3,282,163 $3,305,823 100.72% 50
Single Family Under $2M 145 $1,091,108 $1,186,061 108.70% 39
Condominium 191 $1,218,648 $1,238,088 101.60% 47
Loft Condo 16 $1,098,406 $1,066,219 97.07% 55
Co-op 6 $2,868,833 $2,822,083 98.37% 44
TIC 15 $1,123,700 $1,123,177 99.95% 69
ALL * 460 $1,536,068 $1,570,629 102.25% 48

January 2016 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 49 $3,715,947 $3,713,037 99.92% 49
Single Family Under $2M 81 $986,575 $1,094,022 110.89% 38
Condominium 111 $1,158,808 $1,191,728 102.84% 43
Loft Condo 7 $828,000 $868,429 104.88% 53
Co-op 4 $1,798,000 $1,860,250 103.46% 49
TIC 20 $978,200 $1,038,663 106.18% 98
ALL * 289 $1,451,965 $1,518,562 104.59% 48

* Includes Single Family Homes, Condo/Coop/TIC and Loft, 2-4

Units, and 5+ Units.

** Figures subject to change as Multiple
Listing Service is updated.

+ Formerly, condominium statistics
included condos, co-op, lofts and TICs.

Realtor.com is the official site of the National
Association of Realtors® (NAR) and is a search engine for real
estate nationwide. Realtor.com
has all of San Francisco’s listed homes and condominiums.

January 2017 Report – San Francisco Real Estate Market Update for December 2016

The number of homes in the Overall Sales category sold in December were less than the previous month as well as a year ago in the San Francisco Real Estate Market. These numbers reflect the homes sold (for the most part) in the previous month given a typical 30 day close. However, the average sale prices increased from the previous month as well as a year ago. The percentage increase of average sold price over the average list price was less than the previous month as well as a year ago. Average days on the market increased by 9 days over the previous period.

What do these numbers all mean? Single family homes UNDER $2M sold (on average) over the asking price were the biggest winner once again, selling almost 9% over. However you should notice the average sold versus list price percentages of three CONDO categories dipped under 100%. Could this indicate a softening of the market? We shall see what the January market bring.

This is still a GREAT time to SELL and an even better time to BUY!

* Remember, closed sales in any month reflect deals ratified in the previous month with a typical 30 day close.

December 2016 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 43 $3,282,163 $3,305,823 100.72% 50
Single Family Under $2M 145 $1,091,108 $1,186,061 108.70% 39
Condominium 191 $1,218,648 $1,238,088 101.60% 47
Loft Condo 16 $1,098,406 $1,066,219 97.07% 55
Co-op 6 $2,868,833 $2,822,083 98.37% 44
TIC 15 $1,123,700 $1,123,177 99.95% 69
ALL * 460 $1,536,068 $1,570,629 102.25% 48

November 2016 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 43 $3,843,674 $3,829,619 99.63% 46
Single Family Under $2M 155 $1,127,998 $1,239,957 109.93% 35
Condominium 206 $1,098,893 $1,156,433 105.24% 37
Loft Condo 18 $1,039,722 $1,049,500 100.94% 46
Co-op 7 $1,456,857 $1,446,804 99.31% 46
TIC 17 $952,118 $968,941 101.77% 44
ALL * 489 $1,444,592 $1,512,341 104.69% 39

December 2015 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 30 $3,443,267 $3,489,783 101.35% 33
Single Family Under $2M 157 $1,038,294 $1,162,917 112.00% 34
Condominium 201 $1,200,812 $1,228,260 102.29% 41
Loft Condo 19 $1,094,947 $1,147,474 104.80% 47
Co-op 3 $3,627,667 $3,466,667 95.56% 63
TIC 31 $1,237,129 $1,278,202 103.32% 56
ALL * 484 $1,386,682 $1,450,058 104.57% 41

* Includes Single Family Homes, Condo/Coop/TIC and Loft, 2-4

Units, and 5+ Units.

** Figures subject to change as Multiple
Listing Service is updated.

+ Formerly, condominium statistics
included condos, co-op, lofts and TICs.

Realtor.com is the official site of the National
Association of Realtors® (NAR) and is a search engine for real
estate nationwide. Realtor.com
has all of San Francisco’s listed homes and condominiums.

December 2016 Report – San Francisco Real Estate Market Update for November 2016

The number of homes in the Overall Sales category sold in November were about the same as the previous month but were more than a year ago in the San Francisco Real Estate Market. These numbers reflect the homes sold (for the most part) in the previous month given a typical 30 day close. However, the average sale prices dipped significantly from the previous month as well as a year ago. The percentage increase of average sold price over the average list price was more than the previous month but less than a year ago. Average days on the market increased slightly over the last two time periods.

What do these numbers all mean? Once again, single family homes UNDER $2M sold (on average) over the asking price, almost 10% over, and continue to be the biggest winners. However you should notice the average sold percentages of the other categories (except for cooperatives) are much closer to 100% of the list prices if not LESS. This could mean that our market is reaching a more normal state with longer escrow times (more than 30 days). However, the real test will be early next year as we ramp up for 2017. This is still a GREAT time to SELL and an even better time to BUY!

* Remember, closed sales in any month reflect deals ratified in the previous month with a typical 30 day close.

November 2016 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 43 $3,843,674 $3,829,619 99.63% 46
Single Family Under $2M 155 $1,127,998 $1,239,957 109.93% 35
Condominium 206 $1,098,893 $1,156,433 105.24% 37
Loft Condo 18 $1,039,722 $1,049,500 100.94% 46
Co-op 7 $1,456,857 $1,446,804 99.31% 46
TIC 17 $952,118 $968,941 101.77% 44
ALL * 489 $1,444,592 $1,512,341 104.69% 39

October 2016 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 60 $4,077,013 $4,118,933 101.03% 27
Single Family Under $2M 161 $1,110,004 $1,238,252 111.55% 27
Condominium 181 $1,256,455 $1,297,903 103.30% 33
Loft Condo 11 $996,000 $1,008,364 101.24% 61
Co-op 3 $897,333 $880,000 98.07% 58
TIC 19 $1,115,787 $1,172,053 105.04% 41
ALL * 490 $1,664,569 $1,740,268 104.55% 33

November 2015 **

Property Type
Sold
Avg List Price
Avg Sold Price
% Sold Price vs. List Price
Avg Days on Market
Single Family $2M & Over 39 $3,486,256 $3,692,241 105.91% 32
Single Family Under $2M 128 $1,040,029 $1,170,506 112.55% 25
Condominium 159 $1,201,618 $1,284,369 106.89% 33
Loft Condo 17 $1,053,588 $1,105,802 103.96% 42
Co-op 5 $1,494,000 $1,551,000 103.82% 42
TIC 10 $1,321,400 $1,376,400 104.116% 59
ALL * 399 $1,472,594 $1,576,964 107.09% 32

* Includes Single Family Homes, Condo/Coop/TIC and Loft, 2-4

Units, and 5+ Units.

** Figures subject to change as Multiple
Listing Service is updated.

+ Formerly, condominium statistics
included condos, co-op, lofts and TICs.

Realtor.com is the official site of the National
Association of Realtors® (NAR) and is a search engine for real
estate nationwide. Realtor.com
has all of San Francisco’s listed homes and condominiums.

November 2016 – Time for Thanksgiving! – San Francisco Real Estate

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November 20, 2016

The SFResidence Real Estate Review
November 2016

Hello from Janis

Janis StoneThe statistics for October 2016 sales are now online. The biggest winner continues to be single family homes UNDER $2M. On average, they sold just under 12% higher than the asking price. As always, this depends on the property, neighborhood and location. But we have resources that can help get you the BEST price for your home!

This is my favorite time of year.  It is a time to look forward to the holidays and to reflect on all that I have to be thankful for.  I am so very fortunate to live in such a beautiful place, to have a career that I love, to have family and friends I can depend upon and for whom I can be depended on and to have my health.  I wish all of you a long list of things you can put on your gratitude list.

With the election over there is all kinds of speculation on what is going to happen in the next year and years to come.  There is one thing I am certain of and that is I cannot predict the future.  However, there are people that are paid to do just that—predict the real estate market in the future.

On Nov. 16, 2016, Pacific Union held its third annual Real Estate and Economic Forecast in partnership with John Burns Real Estate Consulting in order to project Bay Area activity through 2019. Chief Economist Selma Hepp provides some key, high-level takeaways from the event in a post on the Pacific Union blog. A link to a video of the entire event is included. Go to this link to view the event—I think you will find it very informative. http://pacunion.us/2g3gHbW

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From our Family and Friends

Tower Bridge, London Here are a few more of the many photos I took during our 2 1/2 week trip to London, Liverpool and Paris. There were so many things to see and thousands of photos to take.

This is a photo of the Tower Bridge which Mick always thought was the London Bridge (Old London Bridge is now in Lake Havasu, AZ).

Click on any of the photos to enlarge them.

Horse brigade during changing of the guards During our stay we purchased a three day pass for the Hop-On-Hop-Off-Bus in London which included an optional walking tour of the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace.

Go to my FaceBook page to see the changing of the guard video!

One of the college buildings in Oxford On another of our side trips we went to Oxford which is a town with a LOT of colleges, not just the one. So now Mick says, “I went to Oxford,” and he’s telling the truth. Here is just one of the magnificent old buildings in that town.
Bampton Church from Downton Abbey On the day we went to “Downton Abbey” we also stopped in the little town of Bampton that was supposed to be part of Downton. It actually was quite far away, but we saw the library which was the hospital in the show as well as the church and the home where Cousin Isabel supposedly lived.
Bampton Library which was used as the Downton Hospital Here is a photo of the library which was used as the entrance to the hospital in Downton Abbey.
Bampton private home that was used as exterior to Cousin Isabel's home on Downton Abbey Finally, here is the exterior of the Bampton home they used on Downton Abbey where Cousin Isabel lived.

More photos from the trip will be shown next month starting with our stop in Liverpool!

– Janis Stone

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Interest Rates

Dennis Kowalski Our trusted advisor, Dennis Kowalski, is eager to help you with your mortgage needs.

With all the turmoil in the stock and bond markets, mortgage rates change day to day! However, interest rates have been very low for a long time. Now might be the time to take advantage of them!

Dennis is an award-winning loan consultant who has built his career on delivering unsurpassed customer service. His top priority is to make sure his clients are presented with all the options and information they need to make the decision that’s right for them.

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FOR SALE Mission Bay – The Madrone
435 China Basin #628 - Mission Bay Condo - $1,595,000 435 China Basin #628

Enjoy indoor/outdoor living in this top floor 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo with HUGE terrace across the entire condo with water views, hardwood floors, parking and storage.  The Madrone is a full service building with resort style amenities including open air sun deck with 75’ pool,  outdoor spa, BBQ w/dining area, entertaining kitchen, fitness center with steam room and sauna, business center, and attendant lobby with seating.

Listed at $1,595,000

FOR SALE Nob Hill Co-op
1200 Calfifornia #8D - Nob Hill Co-op - $2,995,000 1200 California #8D

STUNNING VIEWS of the GG Bridge, Bay & City from this exquisitely remodeled 2 bedroom, 2 bath cooperative in an exclusive full service building on the top of Nob Hill. Wake up or entertain looking at the full span of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Bay and sparkling lights of the City. The open floor plan features the kitchen with custom cabinets, stainless steel island with cook top, electric oven, Bosch dishwasher, wine refrigerator & Sub Zero refrigerator. This opens to the dining room & living room with PANORAMIC VIEWS. Both of the bedrooms have great VIEWS. The master suite has a walk in closet & both baths have been beautifully remodeled. Additional features include laundry, hardwood floors, automated sun shades, parking & storage.

Listed at $2,995,000

SALE PENDING Eureka Valley Condo
245 Collingwood - Eureka Valley Condo - $1,295,000 245 Collingwood

Fantastic location for the indoor/outdoor living that this home offers. Beautifully remodeled top floor condo with French doors leading to decks off the kitchen, master bedroom and dining room, high ceilings, tall doorways, hardwood floors, in unit laundry, great light and 2-3 car tandem parking. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, (Bosch, Fisher/Paykel), island and breakfast area. Large yard with hot tub and informal HOA with the other unit. Don’t miss your chance to own this special home.

Listed at $1,295,000

SALE PENDING Eureka Valley Units
4650-52 18th St. - Eureka Valley Units - $2,500,000 4650-52 18th St.

offers the best of contemporary City living with the magnificence of Victorian architecture in a superior Castro-Eureka Valley location. Newly built in 2005 and mostly detached on all sides allowing great natural light throughout, home offers 3 beds/3.5 baths on three levels & a legal 1 bed/1bath guest apartment w/a separate entrance, a Great Room living/dining w/FP+ Chef’s kitchen for large scale dining & entertaining, soaring ceilings, a dramatic central staircase & garden patio; a 2nd level Master suite w/FP, guest bedroom w/en-suite & deck + top floor 3rd bedroom, bath & office w/vu deck. Garage pkg. Conveniently located steps to Castro Village restaurants, cafes & grocery stores, public transportation & area freeways.

Listed at $2,500,000

COMING SOON! Scotts Valley
Scotts Valley 234 +/- Acres - $4,800,000 234 +/- Acres

Located in the heart of Scotts Valley off Hwy. 17 with a stream, cabin, olive trees, and timber ready to be harvested.  Build your dream home, have a retreat, grow grapes or have a wonderful get away close to Santa Cruz or the Silicon Valley.  It is 3 separate parcels so there is development potential also.

To be listed at $4,800,000

SOLD Eureka Valley Home
374 Douglas - Eureka Valley Home - $1,599,000 374 Douglas

Uniquely tucked into the hillside and towering above the tree line this special home offers tremendous light, privacy and smashing San Francisco skyline views! The main home features 2 levels of living w/ an updated kitchen, dining, and living room all with striking views. 2 bedrooms opening to a terraced garden, full bath and laundry finish this level. Up to the 2nd level is the master suite and access to HUGE view deck. Below the home is a studio in-law unit with a full kitchen, bath and a separate private entrance. Features such as 2 fireplaces, abundant privacy and even an air conditioned master suite make this home special. Location is A+ with super easy street parking, a rarity for San Francisco!

Buyer Represented
Listed at $1,599,000 sold for $1,915,000

SOLD! Midtown Terrace Home
148 Marview - Midtown Terrace Home - $998,000 148 Marview Way

Beautiful detached Midtown Terrace home with ocean views. The main floor features three bedrooms all on one level a remodeled bath with Kohler fixtures, designer tile and extra deep tub an open floor plan living and dining room with wood burning fireplace, fully remodeled open kitchen with commercial Wolf gas stove, stainless appliances and granite counters. The lower level has a two car garage, laundry area and storage and opens to a back yard with both flat and terraced areas. High ceilings in lower level with expansion potential. Seller has done extensive work on French drainage systems, foundation work and sheer walling and insulating garage area. Midtown Terrace is a wonderful single family area close to everything.

Buyer Represented
Listed at $998,000 sold for $1,150,000

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See you next month!

Janis Stone DRE# 00517072

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