The Market

What You May Not Know about Marin & the San Francisco Metropolitan Area

While waiting for final data on the feverish 2017 real estate market to arrive, we thought to step back from homes and, instead, look at the people who live in them. Compiled solely for your entertainment and, perhaps, mild edification. Depending on data source, these analyses pertain to either Marin County alone, or to a multi-county …

Sonoma County Real Estate Market Report

We are a little reluctant to talk about real estate market dynamics amid the suffering of so many of our friends and neighbors, but since there are people who still need or want to buy or sell, we have put together the following report. Obviously, the loss of housing from the recent fires is adding [ More ]

Marin County Home Prices & Market Trends

2017 has been a high demand, low supply market in Marin and throughout the Bay Area, with median sales price increases pretty much across the board. As mentioned in earlier reports, the greatest pressure of buyer demand has generally been focused on the more affordable market segments, as defined within each overall county market. The …

Marin Real Estate Report – October 2017

Before talking about real estate, which does not seem very important in light of the terrible fires in the wine country, here are a number of ways to help, if you wish to do so. It is not a complete list. Donate to Red Cross Airbnb Open Homes Program Napa County Disaster Relief Go Fund …

Sonoma Real Estate: The Autumn Market Begins

Spring and summer are two most active selling seasons in Sonoma, but a substantial amount of business will still occur before the market starts to enter its winter holiday hibernation in mid-November. So far, 2017 has seen significant home price appreciation virtually throughout the county. As illustrated in the first chart below, a big factor [ More ]

Another Hot Autumn RE Market?

After the usual late summer slowdown, the typically very active autumn selling season is relatively short, running from mid-September until mid-November, when activity begins to plunge for the mid-winter holidays. The coming two months will be the next major indicator: Will the Marin homes market continue to maintain the intense high-demand, low-supply heat of this …

1000+ Things to Do and Enjoy in Marin, the Wine Country & San Francisco

Out of town guests are arriving, the kids are hungry, the dog is restless, or you are just lying on the couch hoping for something to motivate you to get up and out of the house. Food, drink, music, dance, yoga, biking, hiking, weekend getaways, meditation retreats, and things to do with visitors, children and [ More ]

Bay Area Home Prices, Incomes & Demographics

Which counties are most expensive or most affordable, have the highest overbidding and appreciation rates? Which are healthiest, most educated, have the highest incomes or worst poverty percentages? What cities have the biggest, most expensive homes? And where do Bay Area residents come from? August 2017 Report Median House Price Appreciation since 1990 Appreciation trend [ More ]

Marin County Real Estate – The Paragon Mid-Year Report

After another feverish spring market, the Marin County median house price hit a new quarterly peak in Q2 2017, $82,000 above the high hit in Q2 2016. This dynamic was prevalent around the Bay Area. And as illustrated in the chart below, luxury home sales also hit a new peak, rising 17% above the number …

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