Luxury home sales in Sonoma County typically peak in either Spring of Summer. Luxury sales usually decline in Q4 and Q1 before picking up again in Spring. Note that sales in one month typically reflect market activity – as defined by listings going into contract – in the previous month.
The market for luxury homes fluctuates by season, with spring Q2 typically the dominant selling season of the year. 2020 was deeply affected by the pandemic, but 2021 appears to have reverted back to normal seasonal trends.
Potential abounds in this sweet Graton Cottage, nestled toward the southern end of Edison Street, just a few short blocks from Willow Wood Cafe, Underwood, art galleries and more. Originally built circa 1914, she has gone through several changes over the years, but sports her charming Queen Anne-style fish-scale shingles at the gable ends and [ More ]
November and December typically see very significant seasonal slowdowns in market activity, and in January, we will issue our 2021 market review, looking back at what has certainly been one of the highest demand markets in history.
November and December typically see very significant seasonal slowdowns in market activity and in January, we will issue our 2021 market review, looking back at what has certainly been one of the highest demand markets in history.
Stunning, newly built custom home in Bennett Valley with incredible views. Completed in 2019, this 4500 square foot modern farmhouse is located on 7+ acres & boasts high end finishes throughout. The home includes 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths all on one level with 2 additional bonus rooms both w/ full baths on the downstairs level. [ More ]
Awaken each morning to inspiring views from the light and airy rooms which flow throughout this gracious home set high on a rise overlooking Annadel State Park. Recent improvements brought out the elegance of the spaces, enhancing the architectural design and focusing the eye on foreground and distant greenery. This Mount Hood plan features multiple [ More ]