Yearly Archives: 2015

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SF Price Appreciation By Neighborhood

The following shows the annual, compound, median-sales-price appreciation rate for San Francisco houses, by neighborhood, since 1994. This calculation simply uses the 1994 median sales price and calculates appreciation through to the 2015 YTD median sales price. (Return on cash investment percentages are higher, since that calculation starts with a 20%-of-median-price downpayment.) The analysis is […]

Happy Thanksgiving!

Hope you enjoy this calendar or events for the San Francisco holiday season and make it a wonderful and grateful Thanksgiving holioday!

San Francisco High Tier Housing Stats

Buying and Selling Action in San Francisco as of October 2015

The really big jumps in median 3-BR house prices over last year occurred in the mid-price neighborhoods like Bernal Heights, Glen Park and Miraloma Park. The most expensive neighborhoods, such as Pacific Heights and Presidio Heights don’t have enough 3-BR house sales to put on the chart.

SF Prices Based on What Year the Condo Was Built

Don’t you think this is interesting in what the price per square foot is for buildings based on what year they were built in San Francisco?

Bob Dadurka on Oil, Europe, China & San Francisco

Oil, Europe, China, the High-Tech Boom & San Francisco Bay Area Real Estate From a talk given by CEO Robert Dadurka to Paragon agents on October 7, 2015 Current events happening in different parts of world and in different markets are impacting our local economy here in the Bay Area. Let’s take a look at […]

San Franciscos’ Autumn Market

September is almost always the month with the largest number of new home listings in San Francisco: The number of new listings hitting the market in September 2014 was 15% higher than the #2 month (May 2014) over the past 21 months. [See chart below] Because Labor Day is so late this year, September only […]

Can You Afford a San Francisco Bay Area House?

The CAR Housing Affordability Index measures the percentage of households within a given California county that can purchase a median priced house. All Bay Area Counties’ affordability percentages declined in Q2 2015, and San Francisco is only 2 percentage points above its historic low, last reached in Q3 2007.

Where To Buy a House in San Francisco For Up to $1,000,000

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