Market Stats in real time

Each week I publish detailed market research reports for many San Francisco neighborhoods. The charts below always reflect the current market. Bookmark this page to keep an eye on the real estate trends in your neighborhood.

If you’d like to receive the detailed reports, just contact me and you can have the latest local details every week!

San Francisco Potrero and Central Waterfront Condo Market (94107)

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San Francisco South of Market Condo Market (94105)

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San Francisco Downtown Condo Market (94104)

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San Francisco Financial District Condo Market (94111)

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San Francisco Noe Valley, Corona Heights, Duboce Triangle Condo Market (94114)

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San Francisco Glen Park, Twin Peaks, Diamond Heights Condo Market (94131)

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San Francisco Lakeview, Ingleside Heights, St. Francis Wood Condo Market (94132)

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4 responses to “Market Stats in real time

  1. About a 5% drop in 7 months from the peak.

    Not bad at all.

  2. Hi Karl! San Francisco tops the list of “bubble proof” markets according to cnn: http://money.cnn.com/popups/2006/biz2/newrules_bubbleproof/index.html

  3. Yes, you are absolutely righ, Melanie !
    The vital economy of the Bay Area, strong demand and scarce supply keep the market bubbleproof. I have been telling people that as the World’s economy grows and the developing countries develop and become more affluent, the historically desirable capitals of the world will become even more expensive and this includes the SF area. People think London is expensive, just wait.

  4. So true, Karl. Have you seen the “Super Star City” theory?

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