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Marin County Real Estate November 2019 Report

Using a six-month-rolling average of monthly median sales prices smooths out the mostly meaningless monthly fluctuations to illustrate broad, long-term appreciation trends with more clarity. Sales Volume by Month A clear illustration of the role of seasonality in the real estate market. Starting in November activity begins to plunge towards the mid-winter nadir. Remember that …

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Marin County Real Estate October 2019 Report

Updated Market & Census Statistics, Home Prices & Appreciation Rates, Luxury Home Sales, Price Reductions, Employment & Interest Rates. It will be another month before hard data on the autumn selling season begins to become available. In the meantime, below is a review of market trends and statistics through the third quarter. Note that September …

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Marin County Real Estate September 2019 Report

Home Prices by City; Short-Term & Long-Term Appreciation Trends; Migration In & Out of County; Price Reductions; Unsold Inventory. After the heat of the spring market, activity typically slows down markedly in July and August. In September, listings start coming on the market to fuel the relatively short autumn selling season. What occurs in the …

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Marin County Real Estate August 2019 Report

Home Sales & Values by City and Price Segment, Market Seasonality, Luxury Home Sales, Market Dynamics by City, Foreign Homebuyers. The May Case-Shiller Home Price Index was released in late July for the 5-county SF metro area. This chart illustrates the difference in appreciation rates between the Bay Area (higher price markets) and the entire …

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Marin County Q2 Market Report – Compass

Stock markets hit new peaks; interest rates hit multi-year lows; unicorn IPOs roll out in San Francisco; an active spring selling season in Marin with median home sales prices about the same year-over-year July 2019, Q2 Market Report Median Home Sales Price Trends The 1.5% year-over-year decline is not significant since median sales prices are …

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Marin County Real Estate June 2019 Market Report

Spring Market Strengthens, But Dynamics Are Cooler Year-over-Year and Median Sales Prices Somewhat Lower. Long-Term Median Home Price Trends March-May Market: Year-over-Year Comparisons Some indications of year-over-year cooling from the very hot spring 2018 market, pretty much across the board. The median house sales price ticked down a bit. The larger decline for condos should …

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Marin County Real Estate Year-over-Year, Spring Market is Cooler as Median House Sales Price Remains Steady May 2019 Report

With April’s end, we now have 2 months of spring season data unaffected by market activity at the end of 2018, when financial markets plunged. As of early May 2019, stock markets have recovered to hit new highs, interest rates are far lower than last year’s peak, and unicorn IPOs have begun to roll out …

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Marin Real Estate Home Prices, Sales & Statistics; Stock Markets; Interest Rates and Unicorns

A substantial portion of Q1 statistics reflect new listings and accepted offers occurring during the mid-winter market doldrums (Thanksgiving to mid-January). In November and December 2018, the stock market plunged drastically from its all-time high in September, and interest rates hit their highest point in years: these factors negatively affected buyer demand. Then both turned …

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Marin Real Estate Entering the Spring Selling Season

Spring 2018 was one of the hottest markets in the Bay Area over the last 2 decades. Then the market began to cool in summer and autumn – demand, sales and appreciation rates generally dropping, while supply and price reductions increased – before the mid-winter doldrums took hold. The magnitude of these changes varied by …

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