Monthly Archives: March 2009

“San Francisco Property Sales and Prices Rebound in February”

…or so proclaims my venerable data-crunching guy at the REreport.  All the data is available and updated monthly under my  “Market Trends” tab, organized by MLS District, or city-wide, annual or monthly, single family or condo — it’s all available … Continue reading

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Buy land, they ain’t making any more of it.

Ever wonder how much that would cost you in San Francisco? Ever think it might make sense to buy your own little piece of heaven and build the house of your dreams on it rather than pay through the nose … Continue reading

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More Grim News on Housing

Saturday’s NY Times proclaims “A Gloomy Outlook for Home Sales’ Big Season.” The headliner, by the way, was “Job Losses Hint at Vast Remaking of U.S. Economy.” Is it really any wonder we have difficulty sleeping a’ nights? Here are … Continue reading

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SF Home Prices at 2003 Levels

Sorry, folks, but it’s that bad — or good, depending on your perspective. I tracked average and median prices going back to 2000 for the ten combined MLS districts that comprise the San Francisco Multiple Listing Service — the big … Continue reading

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