The Market

Marin County Real Estate Market Rebounds Dramatically July 2020 Report

Despite the ongoing health and economic crisis precipitated by COVID-19, the Marin real estate market made a dramatic recovery from the steep declines in March and April. The median house sales price hit a new high in Q2, and high-end homes, in particular, have seen extremely strong demand – in fact, this applies to virtually […]

Sonoma County Real Estate Spring 2020 Report

Supply & demand statistics, median sales price trends, sales and values by city, the luxury home market, and the dwindling effects of COVID-19. June 2020 Generally speaking, market activity – as measured by the number of listings going into contract – continued to pick up rapidly in May, bouncing back from the steep plunge following [ More ]

Marin County Real Estate Spring 2020 Report

Supply & demand statistics, median sales price trends, sales and values by city, the luxury home market, and the ongoing effects of COVID-19 Generally speaking, market activity – as measured by the number of listings going into contract – continued to pick up rapidly in May, bouncing back from the steep plunge following the first […]

Sonoma County Real Estate Market Begins to Bounce Back – Slowly

Shelter-in-place caused steep drops in activity across the board in what is typically the beginning of the busy spring and summer selling seasons. However, though still far below normal levels, activity has been slowly picking up since bottoming out in late March/early April, and will presumably continue to do so with the easing of both [ More ]

Compass National Snapshot

Compass National Snapshot

As restrictions in many states are easing from shelter-in-place, I want to share some positive news. Over the last two weeks, we’ve seen the number of homes going into contract trending upward in most of our markets. Below you’ll find real-time data from 17 of our markets reflecting an increase in newly under contract inventory. [ More ]

Sonoma County Real Estate & the Coronavirus April 2020 Report

The first thing to remember is that there is a time lag – usually 3 to 6+ weeks – between a new listing coming on market, an offer being negotiated and accepted, and when the transaction actually closes sale. This means that almost all of the sales price data we have, as of the first [ More ]

Marin County Real Estate & the Coronavirus April 2020 Report

The first thing to remember is that there is a time lag – usually 3 to 6+ weeks – between a new listing coming on market, an offer being negotiated and accepted, and when the transaction actually closes sale. This means that almost all of the sales price data we have, as of the first …

Sonoma County Real Estate March 2020 Report

There is a lot going on in the world right now and we won’t pretend to know how things will turn out or affect the local real estate market over the next few months. In the meantime, this report will look at the most recent data available, though the impact of the wild volatility in [ More ]

Marin County Real Estate March 2020 Report

There is a lot going on in the world right now and we won’t pretend to know how things will turn out or affect the local real estate market over the next few months. In the meantime, this report will look at the most recent data available, though the impact of the wild volatility in …

Sonoma County Real Estate January 2020 Report

Generally speaking, after years of solid appreciation rates, annual 2019 Bay Area median home prices went down a little bit, went up a little bit or basically remained unchanged as compared to 2018. Sonoma County was one of the markets that ticked down a little – but made a significant recovery from the slowdown that [ More ]

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