As in past years, our 2014 San Francisco Real Estate Report provides buyers, sellers, and investors with visually appealing and precise data showing six years of market history for both condos and single family homes in every San Francisco neighborhood.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 12, 2015
The 2014 San Francisco Real Estate Report includes SF real estate market data and graphs for every one of San Francisco’s 80+ neighborhoods (as defined by the San Francisco Association of Realtors MLS), providing more precise and relevant analysis than data that is mapped to ZIP code, which is often the case with most San Francisco real estate market data.
The 2014 San Francisco real estate report details five market indicators for every SF neighborhood broken out into separate charts for single-family homes and condos, for every MLS neighborhood, and citywide for the past six years:
Number of Sales (by MLS area and neighborhood)
Days on Market (DOM)
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 their property search or analysis.
Quickly find answers to questions such as:
- Have prices in my neighborhood come back from their low point? For example, the median sales price for a single family in St. Francis Wood in 2014 was $2,420,000, up from a low of $1,750,000 in 2009.
- I'm looking for a good investment. How does median sales price per square foot vary by neighborhood? The median sales price per square foot for condos in the Southeast neighborhoods of San Francisco was $478/sf. Bayview neighborhood condos sold below the area average at $428/sf in 2014.
Discover 2014 market stats:
- A typical single family home in Bernal Heights sold for 22% over the list price in 2014.
- Yerba Buena neighborhood condos had a 2014 median sales price per square foot of $1,189/sf, edging out South Beach condos (with a median price per square foot of $1,178) as the most expensive neighborhood in District 9 on a price per square foot basis.
Matt Fuller notes, “As in past years, our 2014 San Francisco Real Estate Report provides buyers, sellers, and investors with visually appealing and precise data showing six years of market history for both condos and single family homes in every San Francisco neighborhood. Our report provides SF market watchers with straightforward visualizations of 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, Britton and the entire team by sharing questions, comments or observations on our Facebook page at facebook.com/JacksonFullerTeam.
The SFModernCondos team is led by Britton Jackson, CRS, and Matt Fuller, GRI, who have more than 25+ 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 deep industry connections. They are proudly affiliated with Zephyr Real Estate, San Francisco's largest independent real estate brokerage. Matt also volunteers for the San Francisco Association of Realtors as the 2015 Chief Financial Officer. CA BRE license information: Matt Fuller, GRI, BRE #01342261 and Britton Jackson, CRS, BRE #01308661.
For additional information, contact Matt @ 415.203.1745, or Britton @ 415.939.7878 or email team(at)jacksonfuller(dot)com.