This chart illustrates a general trend in the Bay Area: more affordable market segments have continued to be very hot since spring, while more expensive segments have basically plateaued:
DOM-UC-FS_by-Prop-Type_Price-Segment Expired-to-Sold_Ratio_by-Prop-Type_Price-Segment UC-to-FS_Ratio_by-Prop-Type_Price-Segment
Interesting stats with regard to homes over $2 million sold in San Francisco: 6-16-YTD_Percent_Change_Lux-Home_Percent-Market_Share
We created or updated a number of “macro-economic” charts. According to the SF Business Times, of the 100 largest high-tech employers in SF, 64 of them are private companies (many of which would qualify as a so-called unicorn valued at $1 billion plus).
The Quarter 1 and 2 statistics, when they become available, will tell us much more about market trends, but in the meantime here are some statistical snapshots from InfoSparks, comparing February data for 2014, 2015 & 2016. So far, I’m not seeing any big shifts in statistical market realities from previous years. New Listings: SFD […]
The new S&P Case-Shiller Index for November 2015 for the 5-county, San Francisco Metro Statistical Area was published. According to C-S, home prices continued to tick up a small bit through the autumn market. Most of these charts track the “high-price tier” of homes (the upper third of home sales by price), which apply best […]