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San Francisco July 2021 Report: Sales, Prices, Trends

Approximately 3,885 MLS sales occurred in the six months through mid-June 2021. 54% of MLS sales ere condos, 38% were houses, 6% TICs, 1% co-ops and 1% townhouses. Seasonal fluctuations are common and it’s not unusual for median sales prices to peak for the year in spring Q2. Longer-term trends

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San Francisco June 2021: Home Sales, Prices, Trends

Condo sales volume hits new peak; luxury condo and house sales hit new highs; inventory of listings declines amid heated demand: Another ferocious spring selling season in San Francisco. The post San Francisco June 2021: Home Sales, Prices, Trends first appeared on Paragon Specific.

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Bay Area Migration & Population Change

  The post Bay Area Migration & Population Change first appeared on Paragon Specific.

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San Francisco Real Estate Market May 2021 Report

The post San Francisco Real Estate Market May 2021 Report first appeared on Paragon Specific.

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San Francisco Real Estate Prices & Market Conditions April 2021

The post San Francisco Real Estate Prices & Market Conditions April 2021 first appeared on Paragon Specific.

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Bay Area Real Estate – 1 Year After the Pandemic Hit

The post Bay Area Real Estate – 1 Year After the Pandemic Hit first appeared on Paragon Specific.

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San Francisco Real Estate Market Accelerates March 2021 Report

The post San Francisco Real Estate Market Accelerates March 2021 Report first appeared on Paragon Specific.

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San Francisco Real Estate as 2021 Begins

Our January report focused mostly on 2020’s annual statistics. This report will put most of its attention on quarterly and monthly indicators, which better illustrate changes occurring as 2020 progressed and 2021 began. Of Bay Area counties, San Francisco was most negatively affected in the months immediately following the implementation

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San Francisco Real Estate in 2020

Pandemic, shelter in place, mass unemployment, terrible financial hardships for many households and small businesses, new ways of working, office buildings empty, people move, rents plunge, dreadful fires, an anxious presidential election, interest rates to historic lows, stock markets to new highs, billionaires decamp to save on taxes, IPO mania

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A Strange Year Begins Winding Down December 2020 San Francisco Real Estate

Though the pandemic upended many normal seasonal trends this year, the market did begin its typical “holiday season” slowdown in November – however activity remained well above levels of last year. It is unknown how the latest Covid-19 circumstances may affect the market in December, which is usually by far

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