2013 – What SF Home-Buyers Bought

23 Feb 2013 – What SF Home-Buyers Bought

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Penthouses, Mansions, Short Sales & Fixer-Uppers


Views, prices, architecture, neighborhoods, property types, parking, probate sales and appreciation rates: We data-mined all of San Francisco’s 2013 reported sales through the end of November and charted the results.

Adjusting your screen-view to zoom 125% or 150% will make the charts easier to read.

This chart on San Francisco housing inventory and turnover provides context to the market.

This chart pertains to California, not just San Francisco.

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Sales as described in and reported to San Francisco MLS by 11/25/13. All data herein is from sources deemed (at least somewhat) reliable — i.e. the information input by listing agents regarding their own listings — but may contain errors and is subject to revision. These charts do not include sales unreported to MLS, such as the sale of many so-called “pocket listings” and many of the new-development condo sales.

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