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New Case-Shiller Report for the San Francisco Metro Area

The April CoreLogic S&P Case-Shiller Home Price Index, which uses a proprietary algorithm to calculate home price changes, was released on June 25, 2019. All numbers in Case-Shiller relate to a January 2000 home price of "100," so a reading of 250, for example, signifies a home price 150% above that of January 2000. The chart below refers to the San Francisco 5-County Metro Area.


Bay Area Home Price Appreciation since 2012 by City or Sub-Market

In this next long series of charts illustrating annual median house sale prices around the Bay Area, the 2019 YTD prices reflect sales reported to MLS by June 1, 2019. Comparing full-year median prices to partial-year prices is not really apples to apples due to the effect of seasonality on home sales.
 
Full-year 2019 median sales prices may end up very different than the YTD values shown below.
 




San Francisco Home Price Map - Compass

Updated June 1, 2019: This map generally reflects median home sales prices in San Francisco neighborhoods for the 12-month period through May 2019. Median sales prices are generalities that often fluctuate and can be affected by other factors besides changes in fair market value. They typically disguise a huge range of prices in the underlying individual sales, and how these median sales prices relate to any particular home is impossible to say without a specific comparative market analysis. All prices should be considered approximate. Data per sales reported to MLS, deemed reliable, but may contain errors and subject to revision.
 
Run cursor over the map to pull up icons and prices.
 

Bay Area Median House Price Map - Compass

This map generally reflects approximate median house sales prices around the greater San Francisco Bay Area for the 12-month period through spring 2019. Median sales prices are generalities that often fluctuate and can be affected by other factors besides changes in fair market value. They typically disguise a huge range of prices in the underlying individual sales, and how these median sales prices relate to any particular home is impossible to say without a specific comparative market analysis. All prices should be considered approximate. Data per sales reported to MLS, deemed reliable, but may contain errors and subject to revision.
 
Run cursor over the map to pull up icons and prices.
 


San Francisco Bay Area Real Estate Market Conditions, Trends, Home Values & Indicators

A wide-ranging look at a variety of angles on SF Bay Area markets, as well as the economic and demographic factors which affect them.
 
Analyses will be posted every few days on whatever topic or topics seize our attention.
 
The March 2019 CoreLogic S&P Case-Shiller Index for the San Francisco Metro Area was released on May 28, 2019. All reading in the Index refers to a January 2000 home price of 100; a reading of 250 signifies a home price 150% above that of January 2000. The C-S Index illustrates 3 separate price tiers, as well as an aggregate market index shown in the first chart below.
 


SF Bay Area Luxury Home Markets




Bay Area & California Median Home Price Appreciation


County Year-over-Year Market Trends

Median Home Sales Prices by Month









It is impossible to know how median and average value statistics apply to any particular home without a specific comparative market analysis. These analyses were made in good faith with data from sources deemed reliable, but may contain errors and are subject to revision. It is not our intent to convince you of a particular position but to attempt to provide straightforward data and analysis, so you can make your own informed decisions. Median and average statistics are enormous generalities: There are hundreds of different markets in San Francisco and the Bay Area, each with its own unique dynamics. Median prices and average dollar per square foot values can be and often are affected by other factors besides changes in fair market value. Longer-term trends are much more meaningful than short-term ones.
 
Compass is a real estate broker licensed by the State of California, DRE 01527235. Equal Housing Opportunity. This report has been prepared solely for information purposes. The information herein is based on or derived from information generally available to the public and/or from sources believed to be reliable. No representation or warranty can be given with respect to the accuracy or completeness of the information. Compass disclaims any and all liability relating to this report, including without limitation any express or implied representations or warranties for statements contained in, and omissions from, the report. Nothing contained herein is intended to be or should be read as any regulatory, legal, tax, accounting or other advice and Compass does not provide such advice. All opinions are subject to change without notice. Compass makes no representation regarding the accuracy of any statements regarding any references to the laws, statutes, or regulations of any state are those of the author(s). Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

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