Bay Area market reports.
The most up-to-date and comprehensive analysis of San Francisco home prices, values, conditions and trends of the San Francisco Bay Area residential real estate market.
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Positive & Negative Factors in Bay Area Real Estate
August 21, 2018. Social, economic and political factors that affect or may affect San Francisco & Bay Area real estate markets, in positive or negative ways, now or in the foreseeable future.
Sonoma Mid-Year Market Report
July 2018. Sonoma County home prices and appreciation trends, supply and demand statistics, luxury home sales, economic factors, lot prices, market changes since the big fires.
Seasonality: How Market Dynamics Change by Season
How seasonality affects inventory levels, buyer demand, overbidding and home prices in both the general homes market and in the luxury home segment, with insights on the best times of the year to buy and sell.
Tri-Valley Home Prices & Market Conditions
July 2018. Real estate market analyses for Castro Valley, Dublin, Pleasanton & Livermore: House and condo prices, appreciation, supply and demand statistics, luxury home sales
San Francisco New Housing Development Report
Based on the San Francisco Planning Department's Housing Inventory and Pipeline reports, as well as other sources of information, this article looks at new housing/new condo construction trends, context and circumstances in the city.
SF Bay Area S&P Case-Shiller Home Price Index
May 29, 2018. Updated CoreLogic S&P Case-Shiller Home Price Index statistics for San Francisco Bay Area real estate price appreciation in the 5-county SF metro area (SF, San Mateo, Marin, Alameda, Contra Costa)..
Housing Affordability in the SF Bay Area
May 2018. Q1 2018 housing affordability statistics have just been released for the SF Bay Area: in San Francisco, the household income needed to purchase a median priced house at prevailing interest rates with a 20% down-payment hit $333,000.
Will the Last One Leaving Please Turn Out the Lights?
In recent months, media such as the N.Y. Times, Wall Street Journal, Business Insider and Marketwatch have published headlines and stories regarding the outbound migration of Bay Area residents as indications of an accelerating decline. We believe most of the data these articles used to be unreliable, misused or improperly represented.