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JANUARY 2021

MARKET REPORT SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA



The Bay Area Housing Market Welcome to our January Market Report for the San Francisco Bay Area, presented in partnership with the Rosen Consulting Group (RCG). For our statistical report of the regional housing market, we take a close look at the ten counties associated with the Bay Area. This report focuses primarily on detached single family homes, with added coverage of the significant condominium market in San Francisco. All data is sourced from local Multiple Listing Service (MLS) organizations. M ARKET MOVEMENT IN SPITE OF CHALLENGES

EMPLOYMENT NUMBERS EVIDENCE A SPLIT RECOVERY

The pandemic continued to weigh on economic activity even as optimism grew that a smooth vaccine rollout would allow additional businesses in the region to reopen. While the events of January 6 in Washington, D.C. cast a pall on the nation, the orderly transition to a new administration gave some hope that the potential for a return to business as normal at some point this year remained a possibility. Fueled by low mortgage rates and strong consumer preference for larger living spaces, the regional single family home market continued to accelerate.

Regional payrolls reversed trend slightly at year-end, after seven consecutive months of improvement, even as the broader recovery from the induced recession continued. In December, Bay Area employers reduced headcount by more than 18,000 workers, the first decline since the economy stabilized in April. The return of more severe business restrictions drove some businesses to lay off staff once again, primarily in the restaurant and retail industries. Employment in the leisure and hospitality sector contracted by 20,000 jobs while retail trade and personal services each lost roughly 1,000 jobs in December.


SALES HISTORICALLY HIGH DESPITE SEASONAL SLOWING

Offsetting some of the losses, the professional and business services, construction, and information services sectors expanded payrolls in December. With the recent hiring gains, aggregate employment in the professional and business services and financial activities sectors returned to year-ago levels. This highlights the bifurcated recovery with improved job prospects for higher paid workers, many of whom work remotely, and severe contractions in service industries. With an unexpected increase in the number of initial unemployment insurance claims in December, the regional unemployment rate increased to 7%.

January home sales are often sluggish, driven by seasonal factors including households spending during the holidays or delaying large purchases until after income tax season. In January, sales volume slowed somewhat due to typical seasonal patterns, but primarily as little available inventory left potential homebuyers with few options. The surge in pricing in the second half of 2020 also kept ownership out of reach for many households. Though migration out of the Bay Area has impacted some neighborhoods, and the

Bay Area Home Sales JANUARY 2017 - JANUARY 2021

5,539 5,204 5,364 5,433 5,031 4,933 3,394

4,433 2,349 2,519

2,000

2,789 2,614

3,337

3,724 3,625

3,946

4,428

4,737 4,965 4,769

2,327 2,526

2,769 2,652

2,638 2,822

3,086

3,000

3,730

3,952

4,504

4,610

5,369

5,387 5,349 4,975 4,992 3,792

3,965

4,000

4,325 4,620

4,690 4,792 4,598

4,231 4,361

5,000

4,947

5,249

5,390

5,953

6,000

1,000

Data Source: BLS, RCG

Jan 2021

Dec 2020

Oct 2020

Nov 2020

Sep 2020

Aug 2020

Jul 2020

Jun 2020

May 2020

Apr 2020

Mar 2020

Feb 2020

Dec 2019

Jan 2020

Nov 2019

Oct 2019

Sep 2019

Jul 2019

Aug 2019

Jun 2019

May 2019

2020 Apr 2019

Feb 2019

Mar 2019

Jan 2019

Dec 2018

Nov 2018

Oct 2018

Sep 2018

Jul 2018

Aug 2018

Jun 2018

May 2018

2019 Apr 2018

Feb 2018

Mar 2018

Jan 2018

Dec 2017

Oct 2017

Nov 2017

Sep 2017

Aug 2017

Jul 2017

Jun 2017

May 2017

2018 Apr 2017

Mar 2017

Feb 2017

2017 Jan 2017

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number of closed sales decreased in all counties, sales velocity throughout the region remained elevated relative to historical norms. In January, sales volume declined for the third-consecutive month to 3,394, a drop of 31% from December. Despite this decrease in the pace of sales from the previous month, activity remained much higher when compared with more typical January figures the last five years. With buyers in the market facing limited opportunities, well-priced listings frequently received multiple offers above the asking price. In January, the share of sales closed above the list price remained greater than 60%. With limited for-sale inventory, sales greater than asking should remain the majority for the next several months. Once forbearance programs end, some distressed opportunities may come to market, loosening for-sale inventory to provide a better balance between supply and demand. Similar to the pace of sales, the median home price in January declined slightly as seasonal factors combined with affordability constraints to reign in price appreciation. Compared with December, the median price decreased by 2.1%, following a 3% decline in December. The monthly median price declined slightly in most counties, with the exception of San Francisco, Marin, and Santa Cruz counties, as well as Solano County where the median price was stable.

LOOKING AHEAD During the next several months, the regional economy should continue to improve, albeit at an uneven pace. As business restrictions are slowly lifted by state and local governments, and vaccine distribution accelerates, the region should begin to trend towards a more normal state of activity. As households that temporarily relocated during the pandemic return to the Bay Area, demand for housing of all types should increase. While mortgage rates should remain low through the rest of the year, price gains will continue to reduce affordability. The lower range of the pricing spectrum may continue to lag the broader housing market this year, as lower income households have been disproportionally impacted by the pandemicrelated job losses and home values continue to price many households out of ownership. Gains in the stock market and potential for high profile IPOs in 2021 bode well for the luxury housing market in the Bay Area. While the pandemic dictated the pace of the housing market for the last year, as the virus is brought under control, the housing market will see a return to more traditional economic drivers and seasonal fluctuations.


S A L E S B Y C OU N T Y · S I NG L E FA M I LY H O M E S Median Price County

Jan 2021

Number of Sales

Jan 2021

Change

Jan 2020

Change

Jan 2020

Jan 2021

Change

Alameda

$881,500

$1,062,000

20.5%

$559

$644

15.2%

424

685

61.6%

Contra Costa

$614,000

$759,444

23.7%

$386

$458

18.7%

502

686

36.7%

Marin

$1,277,000

$1,450,000

13.5%

$678

$774

14.1%

88

138

56.8%

Napa

$700,000

$835,000

19.3%

$480

$567

18.1%

63

71

12.7%

San Francisco

Jan 2020

Avg. Price per Sq. Foot

$1,460,000

$1,600,000

9.6%

$965

$965

0.0%

89

146

64.0%

San Mateo

$1,412,500

$1,560,000

10.4%

$935

$1,011

8.1%

182

259

42.3%

Santa Clara

$1,200,000

$1,360,000

13.3%

$759

$885

16.6%

423

637

50.6%

Santa Cruz

$869,000

$1,105,000

27.2%

$548

$706

28.7%

101

125

23.8%

Solano

$448,450

$515,000

14.8%

$279

$317

13.6%

256

337

31.6%

Sonoma

$665,000

$712,500

7.1%

$440

$484

10.0%

221

310

40.3%

Bay Area

$860,000

$1,045,000

21.5%

$562

$652

16.0%

2349

3394

44.5%

YEAR-OVER-YEAR PRICE CHA NGE The median price increased in every county from January one year ago. The largest gains in the median price were recorded in Alameda, Contra Costa and Santa Cruz counties, where the year-over-year median price gain exceeded 20%. The median price increased by between 10% and 15% in Marin, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Solano counties. San Francisco barely missed making this group as the median price increased by 9.6%. Though positive, year-over-year price growth in Wine Country lagged the rest of the region, with median price growth of roughly 3% in Napa and Sonoma counties.

About Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty has over 485 agents in 26 offices throughout the San Francisco Bay Area serving the counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano, Sonoma, and San Francisco.

About Rosen Consulting Group Rosen Consulting Group was founded in 1990 by Dr. Kenneth T. Rosen to provide objective real estate market and economic advisory services. Today, Dr. Rosen and Randall Sakamoto are the partners and active managers of the firm consisting of 18 advisory professionals. In addition to serving as Chairman of RCG, Dr. Rosen is Chairman of the Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics and Professor Emeritus at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.


S A N F R A NC I S C O B AY A R E A C OU N T I E S

Napa Sonoma Solano

Marin Contra Costa

San Francisco

Alameda

San Mateo

Santa Clara

Santa Cruz

The Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty statistical report of the regional housing market takes a close look at the ten counties associated with the Bay Area (we include Santa Cruz County, as it houses many Bay Area workers and is part of the area served by our agents). This report focuses primarily on detached single family homes, with added coverage of the significant condominium market in San Francisco. Data is sourced from local Multiple Listing Service (MLS) organizations. Written analysis is from the Rosen Consulting Group.


SAN FRANCISCO SINGLE FAMILY M ARKET TRENDS Graphs show trends in market activity comparing this year (solid lines) with last year (dashed lines) for the same period. Data is for single family homes only. Note: Totals in graphs on this page may differ from the following page due to differences in data processing San Francisco County - from SFH different sources. Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year

500

2019

2020

$1.9M

2019

2020

JAN 2021

450

$1.7M

400

$1.5M

$1.5M JAN 2020

350 300

$1.1M

250 200

JAN 2021

$0.8M

JAN 2020

$0.4M

170 130

150 100 50 0

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

$0M

Homes Gone Pending and Homes Sold Last Year vs. This Year 350

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 2019

2020

114%

2019

2020

112%

300

Pended

110%

250

108% 106%

200

JAN 2021

104%

103% 102%

JAN 2021

150

132 113 102 96

Sold 100

JAN 2020

50 0

Jan

102%

JAN 2020

100% 98% 96%

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

94%

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan


S A N F R A NC I S C O : S I NG L E FA M I LY

S A L E S B Y DI S T R IC T · S I NG L E FA M I LY H O M E S · JA N UA R Y 2 0 2 1 City

Average

Median

High Sale

Price/SF

# of Sales

DOM

District 1

$2,458,125

$1,827,500

$5,900,000

$859

8

47

District 2

$1,676,087

$1,550,000

$2,875,000

$960

23

27

District 3

$1,687,259

$1,400,000

$4,010,000

$810

7

51

District 4

$2,019,038

$1,875,000

$3,300,000

$997

26

25

District 5

$3,820,143

$2,915,000

$9,500,000

$1,185

14

43

District 6

$2,301,250

$2,080,000

$4,180,000

$1,091

4

30

District 7

$4,130,893

$3,050,000

$11,000,000

$1,480

7

37

District 8

$3,932,500

$2,705,000

$9,200,000

$1,187

6

57

District 9

$1,536,002

$1,540,000

$2,300,000

$984

15

20

District 10 San Francisco

DIST R ICT 1

Central Richmond, Inner Richmond, Outer Richmond, Jordan Park/ Laurel Heights, Presidio, Lake Street, Sea Cliff, Lone Mountain

DIST R ICT 2

Golden Gate Heights, Outer Parkside, Outer Sunset, Parkside, Central Sunset, Inner Sunset, Inner Parkside

DIST R ICT 3

Lake Shore, Merced Heights, Pine Lake Park, Stonestown, Lakeside, Merced Manor, Ingleside, Ingleside Heights, Oceanview

$1,020,811

$1,012,500

$1,400,000

$779

36

26

$2,037,728

$1,600,000

$11,000,000

$965

146

31

DIST R ICT 4

Balboa Terrace, Diamond Heights, Forest Hill, Forest Knolls, Ingleside Terrace, Midtown Terrace, Saint Francis Wood, Miraloma Park, Forest Hill Extension, Sherwood Forest, Mount Davidson Manor, Westwood Highlands, Westwood Park, Sunnyside, West Portal, Monterey Heights

DIST R ICT 5

Glen Park, Haight Ashbury, Noe Valley, Twin Peaks, Cole Valley/Parnassus Heights, Buena Vista/Ashbury Heights, Castro, Corona Heights, Clarendon Heights, Duboce Triangle, Eureka Valley/Dolores Heights, Mission Dolores

DIST R ICT 6

Anza Vista, Hayes Valley, Lower Pacific Heights, Western Addition, Alamo Square, North Panhandle

DIST R ICT 7

Marina, Pacific Heights, Presidio Heights, Cow Hollow

DIST R ICT 8

Downtown, Financial District/Barbary Coast, Nob Hill, North Beach, Russian Hill, Van Ness/Civic Center, Telegraph Hill, North Waterfront, Tenderloin

DIST R ICT 9

Bernal Heights, Inner Mission, Mission Bay, Potrero Hill, South of Market, Yerba Buena, South Beach, Central Waterfront/ Dogpatch

DIST R ICT 10

Bayview, Crocker Amazon, Excelsior, Outer Mission, Visitacion Valley, Portola, Silver Terrace, Mission Terrace, Hunter’s Point, Bayview Heights, Candlestick, Little Hollywood


MARKET REPORT

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NOVEMBER 2019

SAN FRANCISCO CONDOS M ARKET TRENDS Graphs show trends in market activity comparing this year (solid lines) with last year (dashed lines) for the same period. Data is for condo/townhomes only. Note: Totals in graphs on this page may differ from the following page due to differences in data processing from different sources. San Francisco County - Condos Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year

1600

2019

2020

$1.4M

2019

2020

JAN 2020

1400

$1.2M $1.1M

$1.1M 1200

JAN 2021

1000

$0.8M

800

650

600

JAN 2021

400

372

JAN 2020

$0.6M

$0.3M

200 0

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

$0M

Homes Gone Pending and Homes Sold Last Year vs. This Year 400

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 2019

Pended

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

2020

350

108%

2019

2020

106%

300

104% JAN 2021

251 230

250 200

102% JAN 2020

100%

100%

Sold

155 150

150

98%

98%

JAN 2021

JAN 2020

100

96%

50 0

94% 2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

92%

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan


S A N F R A NC I S C O S A L E S : C ON D O S

S A L E S B Y DI S T R IC T · C ON D O S · JA N UA R Y 2 0 2 1 City

Average

Median

High Sale

Price/SF

# of Sales

DOM

District 1

$1,288,064

$1,342,450

$1,805,000

$914

14

29

District 2

$1,032,250

$839,500

$1,835,000

$953

4

135

District 3

$932,250

$885,000

$1,374,000

$634

4

60

District 4

$953,025

$855,125

$1,600,000

$776

5

85

District 5

$1,270,151

$1,228,250

$2,700,000

$1,060

50

57

District 6

$1,224,470

$1,195,500

$2,250,000

$1,046

33

66

District 7

$1,467,105

$1,200,000

$2,700,000

$1,190

19

57

District 8

$1,306,686

$1,075,000

$4,100,000

$1,092

42

84

District 9

$1,173,590

$932,500

$9,250,000

$1,065

83

69

District 10 San Francisco

DIST R ICT 1

Central Richmond, Inner Richmond, Outer Richmond, Jordan Park/ Laurel Heights, Presidio, Lake Street, Sea Cliff, Lone Mountain

DIST R ICT 2

Golden Gate Heights, Outer Parkside, Outer Sunset, Parkside, Central Sunset, Inner Sunset, Inner Parkside

DIST R ICT 3

Lake Shore, Merced Heights, Pine Lake Park, Stonestown, Lakeside, Merced Manor, Ingleside, Ingleside Heights, Oceanview

$747,765

$710,000

$955,000

$717

9

85

$1,222,299

$1,080,000

$9,250,000

$1,034

263

67

DIST R ICT 4

Balboa Terrace, Diamond Heights, Forest Hill, Forest Knolls, Ingleside Terrace, Midtown Terrace, Saint Francis Wood, Miraloma Park, Forest Hill Extension, Sherwood Forest, Mount Davidson Manor, Westwood Highlands, Westwood Park, Sunnyside, West Portal, Monterey Heights

DIST R ICT 5

Glen Park, Haight Ashbury, Noe Valley, Twin Peaks, Cole Valley/Parnassus Heights, Buena Vista/Ashbury Heights, Castro, Corona Heights, Clarendon Heights, Duboce Triangle, Eureka Valley/Dolores Heights, Mission Dolores

DIST R ICT 6

Anza Vista, Hayes Valley, Lower Pacific Heights, Western Addition, Alamo Square, North Panhandle

DIST R ICT 7

Marina, Pacific Heights, Presidio Heights, Cow Hollow

DIST R ICT 8

Downtown, Financial District/Barbary Coast, Nob Hill, North Beach, Russian Hill, Van Ness/Civic Center, Telegraph Hill, North Waterfront, Tenderloin

DIST R ICT 9

Bernal Heights, Inner Mission, Mission Bay, Potrero Hill, South of Market, Yerba Buena, South Beach, Central Waterfront/ Dogpatch

DIST R ICT 10

Bayview, Crocker Amazon, Excelsior, Outer Mission, Visitacion Valley, Portola, Silver Terrace, Mission Terrace, Hunter’s Point, Bayview Heights, Candlestick, Little Hollywood


ALAMEDA COUNTY M ARKET TRENDS Graphs show trends in market activity comparing this year (solid lines) with last year (dashed lines) for the same period. Data is for single family homes only. Note: Totals in graphs on this page may differ from the following page due to differences in Alameda data processing County from different sources. Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year

1400

2019

2020

1200

$1,200K

2019

2020

$1,063K JAN 2021

$1,000K

$870K

1000

JAN 2020

$800K 800 $600K 600 JAN 2020

398 376

400

JAN 2021

200 0

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

$400K

$200K

$0K

Homes Gone Pending and Homes Sold Last Year vs. This Year 1200

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 2019

2020

Pended

110%

2019

2020

108%

1000

107% JAN 2021

106%

800

Sold

JAN 2021

600

616 573

400

437 415

JAN 2020

200

0

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

104% 102%

101%

JAN 2020

100% 98%

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

96%

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan


A L A M E DA C OU N T Y S A L E S

S A L E S B Y C I T Y · S I NG L E FA M I LY H O M E S · JA N UA R Y 2 0 2 1 City

Average

Median

High Sale

Price/SF

# of Sales

DOM

Alameda

$1,250,250

$1,212,500

$2,088,000

$712

24

15

Albany

$1,189,400

$995,000

$1,670,000

$982

5

9

Berkeley

$1,470,103

$1,460,000

$3,000,000

$841

29

26

Castro Valley

$1,110,385

$1,050,000

$2,035,000

$575

39

11

Dublin

$1,316,132

$1,252,500

$2,200,000

$561

34

11

Emeryville Fremont Hayward Livermore

-

-

-

-

0

-

$1,503,852

$1,292,000

$3,649,000

$771

86

20

$924,422

$820,000

$1,875,000

$535

58

16

$1,082,238

$1,016,500

$2,050,000

$560

58

12

Newark

$1,186,799

$1,135,000

$1,910,000

$691

25

10

Oakland

$1,022,740

$862,000

$5,500,000

$627

192

28

Piedmont

$3,078,750

$2,857,500

$4,200,000

$788

4

9

Pleasanton

$1,626,146

$1,480,000

$3,520,000

$656

45

10

$808,113

$800,000

$1,150,000

$600

39

10

San Leandro San Lorenzo Sunol Union City Alameda County

$756,995

$763,000

$860,000

$595

23

14

$1,271,250

$1,210,000

$2,050,000

$641

4

31

$1,118,132

$1,077,000

$1,626,000

$661

20

8

$1,168,262

$1,062,000

$5,500,000

$644

685

18


MARKET REPORT

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NOVEMBER 2019

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY M ARKET TRENDS Graphs show trends in market activity comparing this year (solid lines) with last year (dashed lines) for the same period. Data is for single family homes only. Note: Totals in graphs on this page may differ from the following page due to differencesContra in dataCosta processing Countyfrom different sources. Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year

1800

2019

2020

$900K

1600

$800K

1400

$700K

1200

$600K

1000

$500K

800

2019

2020

$760K JAN 2021

$614K JAN 2020

$400K

665

600 400

JAN 2020

$300K

379

$200K

JAN 2021

200 0

$100K 2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

$0K

Homes Gone Pending and Homes Sold Last Year vs. This Year 1400

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 2019

2020

Pended

104%

2019

2020

103%

1200

102%

102%

JAN 2021

1000

101%

Sold

800

JAN 2021

697 649 621 532

600

JAN 2020

400

100% 99%

98%

98%

JAN 2020

97% 200 0

96% 2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

95%

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan


C ON T R A C O S TA C OU N T Y S A L E S

S A L E S B Y C I T Y · S I NG L E FA M I LY H O M E S · JA N UA R Y 2 0 2 1 City Alamo

Average

Median

High Sale

Price/SF

# of Sales

DOM

$2,369,636

$2,135,000

$3,900,000

$571

11

44

$580,406

$575,000

$800,000

$299

65

12

Bay Point

$528,806

$450,000

$730,000

$334

13

8

Bethel Island

$450,000

$450,000

$450,000

$417

1

141

Brentwood

$785,052

$728,500

$1,680,888

$330

66

26

Antioch

Byron Clayton

$380,000

$380,000

$380,000

$494

1

6

$1,005,356

$1,028,300

$1,299,900

$477

9

13

Concord

$762,801

$745,000

$1,328,000

$471

63

13

Crockett

$567,667

$505,000

$748,000

$313

3

48

Danville

$2,035,040

$1,675,000

$5,900,000

$614

45

28

Diablo

$4,700,000

$4,700,000

$4,700,000

$1,469

1

65

$765,691

$732,500

$1,850,000

$329

34

31

El Cerrito

$1,101,667

$1,030,000

$1,640,000

$730

9

10

El Sobrante

$764,000

$765,000

$982,000

$431

8

18

Discovery Bay

Hercules Kensington Knightsen

$807,867

$810,000

$1,100,000

$393

15

17

$1,221,875

$1,232,500

$1,560,000

$705

4

18

-

-

-

-

0

-

Lafayette

$2,134,190

$1,650,000

$5,250,000

$667

21

39

Martinez

$846,569

$760,000

$2,770,000

$466

29

14

Moraga

$1,684,838

$1,752,900

$2,250,000

$656

13

27

Oakley

$603,696

$600,000

$1,050,000

$301

52

13

Orinda

$1,946,086

$1,868,000

$3,000,000

$683

13

36

$712,500

$712,500

$845,000

$430

2

25

Pinole

$685,214

$690,000

$1,020,500

$458

14

30

Pittsburg

$575,354

$575,000

$799,000

$332

27

13

Pleasant Hill

$960,689

$975,000

$1,498,500

$556

31

23

Pacheco

Port Costa

-

-

-

-

0

-

$639,144

$577,000

$2,450,000

$463

47

20

Rodeo

$571,667

$530,000

$850,000

$404

3

8

San Pablo

$518,444

$525,000

$596,000

$460

9

21

Richmond

San Ramon

$1,457,724

$1,352,500

$2,500,000

$585

36

13

Walnut Creek

$1,317,584

$1,250,000

$2,280,000

$620

41

23

$998,072

$759,444

$5,900,000

$458

686

21

Contra Costa County


MARKET REPORT

|

NOVEMBER 2019

MARIN COUNTY M ARKET TRENDS Graphs show trends in market activity comparing this year (solid lines) with last year (dashed lines) for the same period. Data is for single family homes only. Note: Totals in graphs on this page may differ from the following page due to differences in Marin data processing County from different sources. Following page may include off-market sales not included on this page.

Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year

600

2019

2020

$1.8M

2019

2020

$1.6M 500

$1.5M

$1.4M 400

JAN 2021

$1.3M

$1.2M

JAN 2020

$1M 300 $0.8M 200

JAN 2020

100

JAN 2021

153 139

$0.6M $0.4M $0.2M

0

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

$0M

Homes Gone Pending and Homes Sold Last Year vs. This Year 350

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 2019

Pended

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

2020

102%

2019

2020

100%

300

98%

98%

250

JAN 2021

96% 200

Sold

94% JAN 2021

150

140 106 91 91

100

JAN 2020

90%

JAN 2020

50 0

92%

92%

88% 2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

86%

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan


M A R I N C OU N T Y S A L E S

S A L E S B Y C I T Y · S I NG L E FA M I LY H O M E S · JA N UA R Y 2 0 2 1 City Belvedere Bolinas

Average

Median

High Sale

Price/SF

# of Sales

DOM

$5,112,500

$5,112,500

$7,600,000

$1,506

2

272

$593,000

$593,000

$593,000

$756

1

123

Corte Madera

$1,793,333

$1,655,000

$2,310,000

$1,000

6

11

Dillon Beach

$1,350,000

$1,350,000

$1,600,000

$877

2

32

$997,250

$944,500

$1,310,000

$701

4

14

Fallon

-

-

-

-

0

-

Forest Knolls

-

-

-

-

0

-

Fairfax

Greenbrae

$1,596,667

$1,500,000

$2,100,000

$742

3

25

Inverness

$1,260,000

$1,260,000

$1,260,000

$700

1

105

Kentfield

-

-

-

-

0

-

Lagunitas

-

-

-

-

0

-

Larkspur

$2,442,500

$2,162,500

$4,050,000

$934

4

50

Marshall

$1,675,000

$1,675,000

$1,675,000

$1,340

1

44

Mill Valley

$1,979,342

$1,690,000

$5,000,000

$936

31

38

Muir Beach

-

-

-

-

0

-

Nicasio

-

-

-

-

0

-

Novato

$1,215,000

$1,113,500

$2,600,000

$517

30

34

Olema

-

-

-

-

0

-

Pt. Reyes Station

-

-

-

-

0

-

Ross

$3,637,125

$3,637,125

$3,637,125

$1,458

1

124

San Anselmo

$1,782,194

$1,708,137

$2,900,000

$732

11

50

San Geronimo San Rafael Sausalito Stinson Beach Tiburon Tomales Woodacre Marin County

$957,000

$957,000

$1,220,000

$703

2

48

$1,480,996

$1,205,000

$3,750,000

$704

28

51

$1,705,778

$1,800,000

$2,150,000

$965

5

102

-

-

-

-

0

-

$2,552,000

$2,825,000

$3,200,000

$887

5

42

-

-

-

-

0

-

$977,000

$977,000

$977,000

$792

1

8

$1,684,497

$1,450,000

$7,600,000

$774

138

47


NAPA COUNTY M ARKET TRENDS Graphs show trends in market activity comparing this year (solid lines) with last year (dashed lines) for the same period. Data is for single family homes only. Note: Totals in graphs on this page may differ from the following page due to differences in Napa data processing from different sources. Following page County may include off-market sales not included on this page.

Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year

500

2019

2020

$1,000K

450

$900K

400

$800K

350

$700K

300

$600K

2019

2020

$835K JAN 2021

$700K JAN 2020

JAN 2020

250

228 188

200

JAN 2021

150 100

$400K $300K $200K

50 0

$500K

$100K 2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

$0K

Homes Gone Pending and Homes Sold Last Year vs. This Year 200 180 160

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 2019

2020

Pended

100%

2019

120

JAN 2021

91%

90%

Sold

80

JAN 2021

69 65 JAN 2020 52 JAN 2021 51

60 40

JAN 2020

2020

96%

95%

140

100

Jan

JAN 2020

85%

80%

20 0

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

75%

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan


N A PA C OU N T Y S A L E S

S A L E S B Y C I T Y · S I NG L E FA M I LY H O M E S · JA N UA R Y 2 0 2 1 City American Canyon

Average

Median

High Sale

Price/SF

# of Sales

DOM

$542,750

$485,000

$775,000

$304

10

66

-

-

-

-

0

-

Calistoga

$1,200,000

$1,200,000

$1,200,000

$1,200

1

34

Deer Park

-

-

-

-

0

-

$973,561

$840,000

$4,495,000

$536

49

65

Angwin

Napa Oakville Pope Valley Rutherford St. Helena Yountville Napa County

-

-

-

-

0

-

$835,000

$835,000

$835,000

$523

1

155

-

-

-

-

0

-

$2,369,300

$1,700,000

$5,000,000

$929

10

69

-

-

-

-

0

-

$1,110,704

$835,000

$5,000,000

$567

71

67


MARKET REPORT

|

NOVEMBER 2019

SAN MATEO COUNTY M ARKET TRENDS Graphs show trends in market activity comparing this year (solid lines) with last year (dashed lines) for the same period. Data is for single family homes only. Note: Totals in graphs on this page may differ from the following page due to differences San in data processing Mateo County from different sources. Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year

700

2019

2020

$2M

2019

2020

$1.8M

600 500

JAN 2021

$1.6M

$1.6M

$1.4M

$1.4M

JAN 2020

$1.2M

400 JAN 2021

292 258

300

JAN 2020

200

$1M $0.8M $0.6M $0.4M

100 0

$0.2M 2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

$0M

Homes Gone Pending and Homes Sold Last Year vs. This Year 600

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 2019

2020

Pended

500

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

103%

2019

2020

102% 101%

400

100%

JAN 2021

300

264 238 212 179

Sold

200

JAN 2020

99%

99%

JAN 2021

98%

97%

97%

JAN 2020

96%

100 95% 0

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

94%

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan


S A N M AT E O C OU N T Y S A L E S

S A L E S B Y C I T Y · S I NG L E FA M I LY H O M E S · JA N UA R Y 2 0 2 1 City

Average

Median

High Sale

Price/SF

# of Sales

DOM

Atherton

$8,076,000

$8,700,000

$10,500,000

$1,653

5

93

Belmont

$1,897,438

$1,865,000

$3,050,000

$1,227

16

12

Brisbane

$1,078,000

$1,010,000

$1,379,000

$727

3

47

Burlingame

$2,281,667

$2,225,000

$2,800,000

$1,283

9

17

-

-

-

-

0

-

Colma Daly City

$1,127,737

$1,100,000

$1,475,000

$776

19

19

East Palo Alto

$987,000

$1,005,000

$1,190,000

$814

5

33

El Granada

$1,127,500

$1,127,500

$1,450,000

$1,010

2

6

Foster City

$2,210,000

$2,100,000

$2,530,000

$1,043

3

11

Half Moon Bay Hillsborough La Honda Loma Mar Menlo Park

$1,473,071

$1,220,000

$2,925,000

$828

7

26

$4,843,250

$5,000,000

$7,350,000

$1,188

10

78

-

-

-

-

0

-

-

-

-

-

0

-

$2,378,869

$2,410,000

$4,080,000

$1,244

20

25

Millbrae

$2,047,250

$2,070,000

$2,730,000

$929

10

20

Montara

$1,270,500

$1,271,000

$1,375,000

$833

4

25

Moss Beach

$2,082,500

$2,082,500

$2,900,000

$594

2

94

Pacifica

$1,389,786

$1,322,500

$2,425,000

$934

14

32

Pescadero

$1,425,000

$1,425,000

$1,425,000

$1,197

1

14

Portola Valley

$2,587,000

$2,500,000

$3,300,000

$1,115

5

38

Redwood City

$1,787,811

$1,750,000

$3,455,000

$1,034

37

25

Redwood Shores

$2,700,000

$2,700,000

$2,700,000

$1,169

1

46

San Bruno

$1,205,056

$1,242,500

$1,608,000

$804

18

29

San Carlos

$2,288,167

$2,140,000

$3,600,000

$1,155

12

45

-

-

-

-

0

-

$1,759,815

$1,666,850

$3,200,000

$1,018

34

21

San Gregorio San Mateo South San Francisco

$1,240,188

$1,200,000

$1,760,000

$735

16

22

Woodside

$3,019,333

$3,345,000

$5,400,000

$1,007

6

84

San Mateo County

$1,989,975

$1,560,000

$10,500,000

$1,011

259

30


SANTA CLARA COUNTY M ARKET TRENDS Graphs show trends in market activity comparing this year (solid lines) with last year (dashed lines) for the same period. Data is for single family homes only. Note: Totals in graphs on this page may differ from the following page due to differences Santa in dataClara processing Countyfrom different sources. Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year

1800

2019

2020

1600 1400

$1.6M

2019

2020

JAN 2021

$1.4M

$1.4M

$1.2M

$1.2M

JAN 2020

1200

$1M

1000 $0.8M 800 JAN 2020

600

522 485

400

JAN 2021

$0.4M $0.2M

200 0

$0.6M

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

$0M

Homes Gone Pending and Homes Sold Last Year vs. This Year 1200

2020

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan

106%

2019

2020

104%

1000

102%

102%

800

JAN 2021 JAN 2021

Sold 600

662 615

400

469 420

JAN 2020

200

0

Jul

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 2019

Pended

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

100% 98%

97%

JAN 2020

96% 94%

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

92%

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan


S A N TA C L A R A C OU N T Y S A L E S

S A L E S B Y C I T Y · S I NG L E FA M I LY H O M E S · JA N UA R Y 2 0 2 1 City

Average

Median

High Sale

Price/SF

# of Sales

DOM

Alviso

$1,220,000

$1,220,000

$1,220,000

$454

1

98

Campbell

$1,630,793

$1,395,000

$2,988,000

$953

20

26

Cupertino

$2,471,647

$2,200,000

$4,450,000

$1,371

17

15

$895,616

$870,000

$1,500,000

$449

37

9

Los Altos

$3,823,507

$3,861,200

$6,995,000

$1,520

13

18

Gilroy Los Altos Hills

$4,875,000

$4,875,000

$4,875,000

$1,184

1

7

Los Gatos

$2,330,354

$2,150,000

$4,300,000

$986

25

51

Milpitas

$1,283,000

$1,250,500

$1,960,000

$757

22

19

Monte Sereno

$3,007,167

$2,790,000

$3,501,500

$966

3

15

Morgan Hill

$1,330,056

$1,265,000

$2,200,000

$579

25

26

Mountain View

$1,969,724

$1,838,800

$2,600,000

$1,323

18

28

Palo Alto

$3,232,296

$2,878,125

$6,350,000

$1,694

20

41

San Jose

$1,334,063

$1,250,000

$3,830,000

$787

350

18

San Martin

$1,775,000

$1,616,000

$2,699,000

$579

3

15

Santa Clara

$1,475,612

$1,415,000

$2,060,000

$985

24

19

Saratoga

$3,031,876

$2,860,000

$4,500,000

$1,097

21

17

Stanford

$2,890,000

$2,890,000

$3,500,000

$981

2

12

Sunnyvale Santa Clara County

$1,917,012

$1,930,000

$3,370,000

$1,194

35

25

$1,625,728

$1,360,000

$6,995,000

$885

637

21


SANTA CRUZ COUNTY M ARKET TRENDS Graphs show trends in market activity comparing this year (solid lines) with last year (dashed lines) for the same period. Data is for single family homes only. Note: Totals in graphs on this page may differ from the following page due to differencesSanta in dataCruz processing County from different sources. Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year

600

2019

2020

$1,200K

500

$1,000K

400

$800K

300

$600K

2019

2020

$1,110K JAN 2021

$870K

200

JAN 2020

163 113

100

0

JAN 2021 2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

$400K

$200K

$0K

Homes Gone Pending and Homes Sold Last Year vs. This Year 250

JAN 2020

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 2019

2020

104%

2019

2020

102%

Pended 200

100%

99%

JAN 2021

98% JAN 2021

150

130 123 100 88

Sold 100

JAN 2020

50

96% 94%

93%

JAN 2020

92% 90% 88% 86%

0

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

84%

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan


S A N TA C RU Z C OU N T Y S A L E S

S A L E S B Y C I T Y · S I NG L E FA M I LY H O M E S · JA N UA R Y 2 0 2 1 City Aptos

Average

Median

High Sale

Price/SF

# of Sales

DOM

$1,504,246

$1,375,000

$3,800,000

$789

17

50

Ben Lomond

$688,000

$688,000

$700,000

$559

2

62

Boulder Creek

$768,369

$739,500

$1,100,000

$486

17

42

-

-

-

-

0

-

$1,375,000

$1,375,000

$1,700,000

$880

2

18

Corralitos

$779,382

$779,382

$779,382

$592

1

6

Davenport

-

-

-

-

0

-

Felton

$756,286

$840,000

$895,000

$735

7

23

Freedom

$665,000

$665,000

$665,000

$388

1

0

Brookdale Capitola

La Selva Beach

$1,239,750

$1,304,500

$1,400,000

$922

4

106

Los Gatos

$1,573,909

$1,500,000

$2,469,000

$609

11

48

-

-

-

-

0

-

Mount Hermon Santa Cruz

$1,450,889

$1,262,500

$3,489,000

$871

35

24

Scotts Valley

$1,268,333

$1,140,000

$2,020,000

$630

6

29

Soquel

$1,603,600

$1,400,000

$2,350,000

$598

5

48

$958,281

$710,000

$3,457,000

$591

17

20

$1,234,031

$1,105,000

$3,800,000

$706

125

35

Watsonville Santa Cruz County


SOLANO COUNTY M ARKET TRENDS Graphs show trends in market activity comparing this year (solid lines) with last year (dashed lines) for the same period. Data is for single family homes only. Note: Totals in graphs on this page may differ from the following page due to differences inSolano data processing County from different sources. Following page may include off-market sales not included on this page.

Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year

800

2019

2020

$600K

2019

2020

JAN 2021

700

$515K

$500K

$450K

600

JAN 2020

$400K

500

394

400

$300K

JAN 2020

300

$200K

200

180

JAN 2021

100 0

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

$100K

$0K

Homes Gone Pending and Homes Sold Last Year vs. This Year 600

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 2019

Pended

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

2020

102%

2019

101%

101%

500

2020

JAN 2021

100%

400

JAN 2021

Sold

332 328 JAN 2020 275 275

300

99%

98%

98%

JAN 2021

JAN 2020

200 97% 100

0

96% 2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

95%

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan


S OL A NO C OU N T Y S A L E S

S A L E S B Y C I T Y · S I NG L E FA M I LY H O M E S · JA N UA R Y 2 0 2 1 City

Average

Median

High Sale

Price/SF

# of Sales

DOM

Benicia

$825,447

$775,000

$1,559,000

$390

19

18

Dixon

$528,193

$533,000

$725,000

$284

15

20

Elmira

-

-

-

-

0

-

Fairfield

$582,238

$521,000

$1,600,000

$305

90

26

Rio Vista

$432,400

$417,500

$600,000

$241

20

61

Suisun City

$528,870

$465,000

$1,720,000

$308

23

38

Vacaville

$602,897

$540,000

$1,700,000

$321

95

39

Vallejo

$519,534

$494,500

$976,000

$333

74

26

Winters

$265,000

$265,000

$265,000

$530

1

158

Solano County

$572,123

$515,000

$1,720,000

$317

337

32


MARKET REPORT

|

NOVEMBER 2019

SONOMA COUNTY M ARKET TRENDS Graphs show trends in market activity comparing this year (solid lines) with last year (dashed lines) for the same period. Data is for single family homes only. Note: Totals in graphs on this page may differ from the following page due to differences inSonoma data processing County from different sources. Following page may include off-market sales not included on this page.

Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year

1400

2019

2020

$800K

2019

1200

2020

JAN 2021

$713K $666K

$700K

JAN 2020

$600K

1000

$500K 800

640

600

JAN 2020

458

400

JAN 2021

200 0

$400K $300K $200K $100K

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

$0K

Homes Gone Pending and Homes Sold Last Year vs. This Year 700

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 2019

2020

100%

2019

2020

99%

600

Pended

Sold

98%

500

97%

97%

JAN 2021

400

96% JAN 2021

308 264 JAN 2020 230 193

300 200

JAN 2021

100 0

95%

94%

94%

JAN 2020

93% 92%

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Nov Dec

Jan

91%

2020 2021

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct Nov Dec

Jan


S ONO M A C OU N T Y S A L E S

S A L E S B Y C I T Y · S I NG L E FA M I LY H O M E S · JA N UA R Y 2 0 2 1 City

Average

Median

High Sale

Price/SF

# of Sales

DOM

Annapolis

-

-

-

-

0

-

Asti

-

-

-

-

0

-

Bodega Bodega Bay Camp Meeker Cazadero Cloverdale Cotati Duncans Mills Forestville Fulton Geyserville Glen Ellen Graton

-

-

-

-

0

-

$1,536,800

$1,400,000

$2,500,000

$731

5

24

$495,000

$495,000

$495,000

$313

1

36

$613,333

$540,000

$825,000

$495

3

59

$1,092,273

$650,000

$3,625,000

$467

11

63

$772,188

$765,000

$1,100,000

$396

4

32

-

-

-

-

0

-

$800,278

$580,000

$2,400,000

$477

9

66

-

-

-

-

0

-

$953,333

$970,000

$1,240,000

$704

3

241

$1,525,000

$1,525,000

$2,000,000

$487

2

74

$725,000

$725,000

$725,000

$575

1

12

Guerneville

$630,286

$455,000

$1,290,000

$476

7

48

Healdsburg

$1,643,967

$1,330,000

$4,450,000

$699

12

84

$780,000

$780,000

$780,000

$NaN

1

20

-

-

-

-

0

-

Monte Rio

$801,333

$429,000

$1,600,000

$585

3

131

Occidental

$749,000

$749,000

$749,000

$699

1

34

Penngrove

$749,500

$749,500

$749,500

$375

1

89

$1,048,587

$940,000

$2,800,000

$534

39

62

-

-

-

-

0

-

Rohnert Park

$641,332

$645,000

$830,000

$389

19

35

Santa Rosa

$715,184

$615,000

$2,440,000

$414

122

49

Sebastopol

$914,300

$797,500

$1,500,000

$456

10

102

Jenner Kenwood

Petaluma Rio Nido

Sonoma

$1,481,551

$967,000

$5,950,000

$626

22

47

The Sea Ranch

$1,527,679

$1,576,000

$3,599,750

$899

7

30

Timber Cove Valley Ford Villa Grande

-

-

-

-

0

-

$645,000

$645,000

$645,000

$672

1

113

-

-

-

-

0

-

Windsor

$983,313

$720,000

$7,000,000

$461

26

44

Sonoma County

$925,023

$712,500

$7,000,000

$484

310

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