Average San Francisco Home Prices Have Reached near Pre-Recession Heights says Kirk Dahle, San Francisco Bay Area REALTOR®

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Although the real estate markets have taken such steep turns in the past few years, prices are reaching near pre-recession heights in the city of San Francisco.

San Francisco Homes on a Hill

San Francisco Homes on a Hill

If you’re looking to move into the city it is essential to find a good agent to work on your behalf. Not only will they help you find the right home, but it is necessary to negotiate a win in multiple offer situations.

According to the Zillow Home Value Index the average price of a home in San Francisco on March 1st, 2008 was $775,000. The current index shows that this price is averaged on February 15th, 2013 at $768,000, only $7,000 less than the 2008 price. Trulia, another online site that watches market trends shows that the average listing price currently in San Francisco for the week ending February 20th is $1.45 million.

“This rebound has easily been shown in the speed in which listings in the San Francisco market have been selling as well as the number of offers per property that we are seeing.” says Dahle. “The San Francisco market is hot right now. If you’re looking to move into the city it is essential to find a good agent to work on your behalf. Not only will they help you find the right home, but it is necessary to negotiate a win in multiple offer situations.”

Only the most informed real estate professionals can guide you through the ups and downs of the San Francisco Bay Area real estate market, and Kirk Dahle has been doing just that for buyers and sellers for several years. A relentless advocate for his clients, Kirk is constantly networking with real estate professionals to find the best listings and to bring a property to market. Contact Kirk directly at sfkirk(at)gmail(dot)com or call 415.203.8638.

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