Tag Archives: Housing

What’s At The End Of The Tunnel?

Home prices in the San Francisco Bay Area remain stuck in a narrow range. The past nine months has seen the stabilization of the market in price but based on unusually low sales volume. The all-homes median price was $540,000 … Continue reading

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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

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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

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SF Bay Housing May 2013

Added a new page with a table and chart I compile on median home prices in the nine county SF Bay Area. Home prices dipped during and after the 2007-2009 recession and the median figure in many counties was pounded … Continue reading

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