Year over year prices show SF up, Sonoma prices down

Here’s a year over year analysis of the bay area market  courtesy of Pat Kitano from Transparent Real Estate. Thanks, Pat!

Here in the city you’ll find that neighborhoods can be quite variable.  Noe Valley is still hot, as is NOPA.  Parkside has slowed a bit from last year.

9 responses to “Year over year prices show SF up, Sonoma prices down

  1. I just published an article about Livermore real estate, in comparison to the Fremont real estate market. It has lots of statistics of the key elements of those areas, such as $/sf, median days on market, etc. You may find the article at:

    http://realestateandhomes.blogspot.com/2007/07/comparing-livermore-and-fremont-real.html

    Henry
    http://www.movoto.com

  2. I can also see a link that point to listings of homes or so that is.

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  4. We are still doing good here north of the 49th. Listing numbers were up but so were the sales. Prices were up 9% from last year in Abbotsford

  5. Don’t you sometimes feel like a salmon swimming upstream of all the negative media? Thanks for linking to the tour de sf (real estate). Now about theFrontSteps.com in that blogroll.😉

  6. Hey Alex! Markets are continually shifting and the journalists are always a step behind — they report on what happend, investors need to be a step ahead to vision what opportunities will be profitable in the future! The next big story will be the property tax for some local jurisdictions will plummet along with prices of homes. I’ll check it out!

  7. Our condo prices are still up. 2-3%

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