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I’ve added a few new graphs showing home listing/sale and price trends for San Mateo County. Let’s be clear that affordability is an issue here. It’s not a debate. To purchase the average sale price home ($1,777,341 in June 2018), … Continue reading
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Everything’s Coming Up…
…Rosey. Recent San Francisco Bay Area Home Price Data Here. Flower shot taken at the California Nursery Historical Park, Fremont, California.
Where Have All the Sellers Gone?
It’s like blossoms in a drought… you see them, but just a lot fewer than normal. I noticed it a while ago: the corner that is normally full of poppies this time of year is barren except for a few … Continue reading
Poking Along at Year End
Updated data on November 2013 residential real estate prices in the SF Bay Area here https://graphicrealestate.wordpress.com/sf-bay-area-housing-trends/ and November 2013 SF Bay Area employment trends here https://graphicrealestate.wordpress.com/bay-area-employment-trends/ for the data starved. It’s the year-end craziness so I’m a little outta focus. … Continue reading
While the setting sun painted the Pacific sky into a lovely picture last week the housing prices in the Bay Area were not as rosy. Median home prices squeaked out a small gain in October but sales volume remains low. … Continue reading
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Securities brokers like to say price movement without much sales volume is a market moving “without conviction.” We seem to be in that mode in the Bay Area home market right now. Sales volume dropped in September and prices are … Continue reading
Bloom Off the Rose???
The housing market is cyclical. It is not consistent from area to area. Prices go up and sometimes, as we know all too well, they go down. The Bay Area median home price (all homes and condos) dropped in August … Continue reading