Greetings and Happy Autumn. The California Association of Realtors just released its Q3 Housing Affordability Index. Let’s take a look at the Attached compilation of custom charts summarizing the CAR data.
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Using six-month-rolling figures for monthly median sales prices smooths out the often meaningless monthly fluctuations to illustrate broad, long-term appreciation trends with more clarity.
Home Sales Volume by Month
A crystal clear illustration of the role of seasonality in the SF real estate market. » Read more about: San Francisco Real Estate November 2019 Report »
Updated Market & Census Statistics, Home Prices & Appreciation Rates, Luxury Home Sales, Price Reductions, Employment, & Interest Rates.
Year-over-Year Q3 Comparisons –
Q3 2016 – Q3 2019
Median House Sales Prices by Quarter
After significant drops in median sales prices beginning in summer 2018 (following a very strong spring 2018 selling season), prices bounced back up: In Q3, the Sonoma County median house price was up a little on a year-over-year basis, » Read more about: Sonoma County Real Estate October 2019 Report »
Updated Market & Census Statistics, Home Prices & Appreciation Rates, Luxury Home Sales, Price Reductions, Employment & Interest Rates.
It will be another month before hard data on the autumn selling season begins to become available. In the meantime, below is a review of market trends and statistics through the third quarter. Note that September sales data mostly reflects market activity in August, a historically slow month.
Year-over-Year Q3 Comparisons – Q3 2016 – Q3 2019
Looking back over the Q3 statistics in the past 4 years, » Read more about: San Francisco Neighborhood Home Prices, Market Trends »
Home Prices by City; Short-Term & Long-Term Appreciation Trends; Migration In & Out of the County; Price Reductions & Unsold Inventory. After the heat of the spring market, activity typically slows down in July and August. In September, new listings start coming on the market again to fuel the relatively short autumn selling season. What …
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