Our San Francisco Real Estate Report provides both buyers and sellers with quickly understandable yet meaningful data for condos and single family homes in every neighborhood in San Francisco.
(PRWEB) January 15, 2014
The JacksonFuller Real Estate team has released their San Francisco Real Estate Report, a comprehensive overview of the San Francisco Real Estate market. The document is free and available for immediate download from their network of San Francisco real estate websites, including http://www.jacksonfuller.com, http://www.newconstructionsf.com, and http://www.sfmoderncondos.com.
The San Francisco Real Estate Report includes statistics for every one of San Francisco’s 80+ neighborhoods (as defined by the San Francisco Association of Realtors MLS), providing more meaningful and useful information than data that is mapped to ZIP code, which is often the case with data culled from tax records.
The Year in Review 2013 provides the following five key metrics for every neighborhood, every MLS district, and city-wide for the past five years:
Number of Sales (by district and each subdistrict)
Days on Market
Median Price per Square Foot
Median Sale Price
Final Sale Price as a percentage of the List Price
Statistics are reported separately for single-family homes and condos, which allows buyers and sellers to focus on the property type that is most relevant to them.
Readers will quickly find answers to questions such as, “Did the market ever cool in Noe Valley?” On page 35 the graphs show that on average, single family homes have sold for more than the asking price since 2009, while Noe Valley condos have sold for over asking only for the past three of five years.
Or perhaps readers are interested in comparing statistics for two districts with a question like: “How quickly did homes sell in Cow Hollow compared to Pacific Heights in 2013?” The result shown on page 43 is that the median days on market for condos in Cow Hollow was 25 days, while single-family homes were on the market for only 12 days. In Pacific Heights, condos were on the market for 24 days, while single family homes had a median of 28.
“Which neighborhoods’ homes typically sold the most - on average - over the asking price?” Condo homes in the Inner Mission sold for 16% over, while both single family and condo homes in the Inner Sunset went for an average of 17% over, and single family homes in Pine Lake Park sold for an average of 19% over their asking price.
Matt Fuller, GRI notes “Our San Francisco Real Estate Report provides both buyers and sellers with quickly understandable yet meaningful data for condos and single family homes in every neighborhood in San Francisco, allowing comparisons to city-wide trends. Our guide provides buyers and sellers straightforward illustrations of the relevant trends.”
Ongoing analysis and commentary about the The San Francisco Real Estate Report will be available in the coming weeks and months on all three websites written and run by the JacksonFuller Real Estate team. Readers are always invited to join the conversation with Matt Fuller, GRI and Britton Jackson, CRS by posting questions, comments or observations.
The JacksonFuller Real Estate team is composed of Britton Jackson, CRS, and Matt Fuller, GRI, who have more than 20+ years combined experience in San Francisco real estate. Matt and Britton transform their clients' goals into reality with their combination of market experience, win-win negotiation skills, high-tech savvy and a personal touch. They are proudly affiliated with Zephyr Real Estate, San Francisco's largest independent real estate brokerage. CA BRE license information: Matt Fuller, GRI, BRE #01342261 and Britton Jackson, CRS, BRE #01308661. Matt is also honored to serve on the San Francisco Association of Realtors’ Board of Directors.