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February 2017 Real Estate Insights

February 23 2017
February 23 2017

SFR Median Sales Price: $1,250,000
SFR Average Days on Market: 49
Total Units Sold: 234
SFR % List Price Received: 107%

In the fast-paced and ever-changing world of San Francisco real estate, reviewing yearly market trends with monthly breakdowns is the most viable way of staying on top of the market. Monitoring yearly data enables buyers and sellers to fully understand where the market has been and where it is going.

For January 2016 to January 2017, all of the numbers indicate that appreciation of San Francisco real estate has topped off for now. The trend shows that demand for condos is running colder than single-family homes, evidenced by a slight drop in the median sale price for condos. However, it is important to note most indices point to an active market with demand still strong. We see more opportunity for buyers and for those homeowners who have hesitated to jump in the market due to a fear of not being able to find or afford a replacement property.

Median Sales Price

Median Sales Price

Key Takeaways

  • Median Sale Price: By San Francisco standards, appreciation is low. Single family is only 7.1% and condos actually saw a decrease of 5.8%.
  • There is little change in the list price to sale price ratio, though it remains above 100%. This means, while demand is still high, it is not ramping up as it has in previous years.
  • In keeping with a bit of a slow in the market, Days on Market also increased.
  • Months Supply of Inventory for both condos and single family decreased, though the supply of condos decreased by only half a month while single family homes lost over a month’s supply. This means much less inventory for buyers to choose from and indicates that demand remains high.
  • As one would expect from the changes in MSI, inventory decreased and sales increased for both condos and single family. However, in both cases, changes were minimal.

Average Days on Market

Average Days on Market

Number of Units Sold

Number of Units Sold

Percent of List Price Received

Percent of List Price Received

Months Supply of Inventory

Months Supply of Inventory

SFRS: For Sale Vs. Under Contract / Sold

SFRS For Sale Vs Under Contract:Sold

CONDOS: For Sale Vs. Under Contract / Sold

Condos For Sale vs Under Contract:Sold


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