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Marin County Real Estate 7 Months into the Pandemic October 2020 Report

The table below compares Q3 statistics across 5 years. The huge jump in the median house sales price will be discussed further later in the report. Median House Sales Price by Quarter  Median sales prices can rise because of increases in fair market value – i.e. buyers are paying

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San Francisco: 7 Months After the Pandemic Hit | October 2020 Report

The table below compares Q3 statistics across 5 years. Since the dynamics of the SF house and condo markets have significantly diverged since the pandemic struck – the condo market has been weaker – we broke some of the 2020 stats out separately in the table, and then in some

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2235 Jackson Street #2

Rented at $6,700/month

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57 6th Avenue #1

Sold for $795,000

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Marin County Real Estate Market September 2020 Report

Very surprisingly, the terrible fires did not significantly impact the number of deals being made in most Bay Area counties during the last 2 weeks of August – the exceptions being Santa Cruz, Sonoma, Monterey and Napa Counties, which saw declines of 13% to 33%. Marin’s numbers didn’t really

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543 Moultrie Street

Offered at $1,995,000

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San Francisco Real Estate – A Complex Market September 2020

Despite the terrible fires, SF had a very active month in listings going into contract in August, hitting a high point for the year and matching the high points of recent years. Surprisingly, the fires did not significantly impact the number of deals being made in most Bay Area counties

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139 Marietta Drive

Offered at $2,450,000

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Marin County Real Estate Market August 2020 Report

Median house sales price hits new high; year-over-year total listing inventory down; sales activity way up; luxury home sales soar. Median House Sales Price Trend Bay Area Market Comparisons This table ranks each county by the percentage of active listings going into contract in June/July 2020 – a standard

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San Francisco Real Estate – Complicated Market Conditions August 2020

As illustrated below, the San Francisco market currently reflects a variety of both positive and negative indicators. Among Bay Area markets, the city is seeing the softest recovery from the initial shelter-in-place plunge in activity in early spring, while some other counties – less expensive, more suburban or rural –

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