Market Seasonality in San Francisco

Seasonality is a big topic in the real estate world. And it makes sense. According to Investopedia, the time of year can impact home sales by as much as 10%. But in a smoking hot market like San Francisco, does seasonality even matter? You better believe it! And the Big Month Is… Spring is the biggest overall selling season in San Francisco, but the single month with the highest number of new listings in the City by the Bay is

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San Francisco’s Median Home Prices by Neighborhood

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Technology is a beautiful thing! This interactive map is a snapshot of median home sale prices in neighborhoods across San Francisco through May of 2019. Browse median prices for houses, condos, even co-ops and TIC (tenants in common) as applicable. It’s a handy way of zeroing in on the neighborhoods in your price point – you know, the whole “save time, save money” concept. Check out the obligatory disclaimer below, and happy clicking! ” Updated June 1, 2019: This map

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The Ten Best Bay Area Cities for Living if You’re Stuck with the SF Commute

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Breaking news – Bay Area commutes are the worst in the country. Who knew!? I’m guessing the 7.15 million Bay Area residents are all too familiar with commute times, which factor heavily into the local decision about where to live (along with median home price, schools, and crime). PropertyShark recently compiled a list of the ten best Bay Area cities for living if you’re stuck with the SF commute. Here’s the rundown. 10. San Leandro With an average commute time

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Where Renting is Most Expensive in San Francisco

For those of us living in San Francisco, it’s no surprise the price of housing is a big concern both locally and nationwide. San Francisco in fact has been the country’s most expensive rental market (for one bedroom units) since August 2014 when our City by the Bay claimed the top spot over New York City. Thanks to our friends at Trulia, here’s a breakdown of the San Francisco’s neighborhoods where rents are highest: San Francisco Neighborhoods with the Most Expensive 1-Bedroom Rentals

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San Francisco Market Overview: October 2015

  As we begin the last quarter of the year, change is in the air! First, a surge of new listings hit the market last month — there’s more inventory in San Francisco now than there’s been at any time this year. Just over 40% of those properties for sale are priced under $1M (on par with Zillow’s recent valuation of homes across the city — see how your neighborhood stacks up). Certainly buyer demand is persisting, however competition for any given

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