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OCTOBER 2020 MARKET REPORT

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MARKET REPORT SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA


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The Bay Area Housing Market Welcome to our October 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. MOVING FORWARD The economy continued to progress towards a full reopening and the housing market trended in a positive direction in October. While the impending election and uncertainty weighed on some homebuyers, historically low mortgage rates combined with continued preference for larger homes in less dense neighborhoods propelled the regional housing market forward, reflecting the bifurcated recovery of the economy.

SLOW EMPLOYMENT RECOVERY Bay Area payrolls continued to increase at a slow pace from the trough in April. Through September, aggregate employment remained 9.9% lower than prior to the COVID-related shutdowns with approximately 200,000 jobs recovered in recent months. The slow pace of

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reopening, particularly for retail and restaurants, curtailed a greater recovery in jobs. As a comparison, national employment remained 6.6% less than the peak early in the year, recovering roughly 12 million jobs by September from the lowest point this year. In the Bay Area, the financial activities and professional and business services sectors remained the strongest while the construction and manufacturing sectors accelerated in recent months, highlighting the K-shaped recovery. With restrictions on capacity, employment in the retail and restaurant industries have moved little in the last couple of months following the initial recovery in May and June. With the majority of businesses and consumers wary of travel, employment in the hotel and tourism industry has yet to recover in a meaningful way.


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Sustained High Volume

21,540

HOMES SOLD BY MONTH, 2017-2020

homes sold in 4 months

5,539 5,204 5,364 5,433 4,433 3,337 2,789 2,614

2019

2,349 2,519

2018

3,946 4,428 3,724 3,625

2017

5,369 4,737 4,965 4,769

4,504 3,086 2,327 2,526

3,730

2,638 2,822

2K

2,769 2,652

3K

3,952

3,792

4,610

5,387 5,349 4,975 4,992

4,325 4,620

4K

3,965

4,231 4,361

5K

4,947 5,390 4,690 4,792 4,598

5,249

5,953

6K

1K

0K

2020

Data is for Single Family Homes. Source: MLS

IMPACT OF MIGR ATION ON UNEMPLOYMENT FIGURES The regional unemployment rate stagnated from the previous month at 8.2% in September. While the unemployment rate is lower than the peak of 13.3% in April, a large portion of the improvement can be attributed to households leaving the region. Combined with more individuals using all of their unemployment benefits, the migration out of the region has contributed to a roughly 200,000 person decrease in the labor force. As UI benefits run out and more companies extend work from home options, the net migration out of the Bay Area may continue into 2021.

SUBURBAN DEMAND Despite the lackluster economic conditions for many households, the housing market continued to accelerate, though some segments remained sluggish. The still-low mortgage rates improved purchasing power, offsetting some of

the recent price gains. With more households considering remote work and school options for the longer term, homebuyer demand remained concentrated on suburban neighborhoods with lower density and access to green space. Notably, homebuyer focus on suburban neighborhoods is hampering the San Francisco condo market, particularly smaller units, where inventory is up while prices have fallen on many units. While the decreased pricing has led to some pick up in sales in the last month, urban condos are the slowest segment in the Bay Area.

SALES VOLUME INCREASES In October, total home sales increased slightly from the prior month by 1.3% to 5,433 homes, the second-highest monthly total since 2017. More homes have sold in the past four months — 21,540 — than in any four month span in the last four years. In October, sales volume increased in Alameda, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties. In some parts of the Bay

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Area, wildfire activity and smoke curtailed sales activity in September and October. Comparing to one year ago, however, highlights the magnitude of the surge in activity. Bay Area sales were nearly 23% higher in October 2020 versus 2019. Sales volume vastly outpaced 2019 in all counties, with Alameda County the smallest increase at 14% and Santa Clara County the largest at 34%.

INVENTORY AFFECTS THE NUMBER OF SALES The number of homes available for sale increased modestly in recent months, though inventory remained lower relative to historical levels. The additional homes coming to market in recent months helped to satisfy some of the heightened demand and ultimately resulted in the higher monthly sales totals. With a large amount of pent-up homebuyer demand, inventory of homes for sale has been the primary determinant of the number of sales in a given month. In most counties, homes priced conservatively sold relatively quickly and the average days on market decreased. As sales velocity increased, the number of homes sold at greater than asking price increased as well. Roughly 64% of homes sold in October closed at values greater than the list price.

SURGE IN HIGH-END DEMAND Sales of homes greater than $2 million continued to surge as upper income households with greater financial security purchased homes, particularly in lower density neighborhoods. A portion of the increase can be attributed to increased home values expanding the category, but overall the surge in demand was the primary driver. While sales activity accelerated throughout most price ranges, first-time homebuyers have been less active given the high rate of unemployment for low- and middle-income households and

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greater financial uncertainty. In October, sales of the higher priced homes increased by 37% from one year ago and reached the highest monthly total in several years. The share of higher priced homes reached 15% of all sales in October, compared with the average of 10% in 2019. With jumbo mortgage rates low and potential for continued strength in the stock market, the higher end of the pricing spectrum may continue to outperform.

LOOKING AHEAD With some counties potentially returning to red or purple tiers under state guidelines, the reopening of businesses may slow or retrench in parts of the Bay Area. While prospects for an effective vaccine are very positive, the likelihood that we will have to live with COVID into mid-next year are a near certainty. The prolonged pandemic and business effects will slow the recovery of jobs in the Bay Area and some households will remain unemployed for an extended period. The presidential election results may mean a more targeted and cohesive response to fighting COVID, as well as another round of economic stimulus measures, which could bring a measure of stability to the economy even as infection rates climb during the winter months. With mortgage rates expected to remain low, the next few months should produce a continuation of current trends. Potential homebuyers will continue to look for opportunities in less dense neighborhoods and target homes with amenities such as backyards or open space and additional rooms for a remote work office or remote classroom. Continued migration out of the Bay Area may dampen some demand, but overall the housing market should end the year on a positive note, one of the few bright spots for 2020.


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S A L E S BY C OU N T Y · SI NG L E FA M I LY HOM E S Median Price County

Oct 2019

Oct 2020

Avg. Price per Sq. Foot Change

Oct 2019

Oct 2020

Change

Number of Sales Oct 2019

Oct 2020

Change

Alameda

$930,000

$1,050,000

12.9%

$588

$651

10.6%

873

993

13.7%

Contra Costa

$689,000

$785,000

13.9%

$418

$466

11.7%

902

1083

20.1%

Marin

$1,395,000

$1,475,000

5.7%

$724

$832

14.9%

215

270

25.6%

Napa

$735,000

$753,500

2.5%

$519

$553

6.6%

119

142

19.3%

San Francisco

$1,650,000

$1,633,775

-1.0%

$1,026

$1,004

-2.1%

238

278

16.8%

San Mateo

$1,556,500

$1,665,000

7.0%

$978

$1,031

5.4%

386

503

30.3%

Santa Clara

$1,232,250

$1,440,000

16.9%

$803

$869

8.1%

814

1089

33.8%

Santa Cruz

$864,900

$1,060,000

22.6%

$580

$664

14.6%

139

183

31.7%

Solano

$468,000

$500,000

6.8%

$276

$303

9.8%

351

419

19.4%

Sonoma

$660,000

$725,000

9.8%

$447

$481

7.6%

391

473

21.0%

Bay Area

$940,700

$1,100,000

16.9%

$616

$675

9.6%

4428

5433

22.7%

YEAR-OVER-YEAR PRICE INCREASE The median home price for single family homes in the Bay Area increased to $1.1 million in October, a 17% increase from one year ago. Compared with last year, the median price increased in all counties except San Francisco where the median price declined by roughly 1%. The median price increased by double-digits in Alameda, Contra Costa, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz counties. In Marin, San Mateo, Solano and Sonoma counties, the median price increased by between 5% and 10% in the last year. The smallest price increase was in Napa County.

About Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty has over 530 agents in 27 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.

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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.

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SAN FRANCISCO SINGLE FAMILY M A R K ET TR ENDS 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 from different sources. San Francisco County - SFH Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year 500

2018

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year $1.9M

2019

2018

2019

OCT 2019

$1.7M $1.6M

446

450

OCT 2020

400

$1.5M

OCT 2020

350

301

300

$1.1M

OCT 2019

250 200

$0.8M

150 100

$0.4M

50 0

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

$0M

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

2018

114% OCT 2020

Pended 250

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

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

2019

300

2019 2020

Nov Dec

293 278 252 243

OCT 2019

200

2018

2019

112%

111%

OCT 2019

110% 108% 106%

105%

OCT 2020

104% 150

102%

Sold

100%

100

98% 50 0

96% 2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

94%

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

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S A L E S BY DI S T R IC T · SI NG L E FA M I LY HOM E S · O C T OBE R 2 02 0 City

Average

Median

District 1

$2,253,117

District 2 District 3

High Sale

Price/SF

# of Sales

DOM

$2,012,500

$4,750,000

$1,037

24

18

$1,645,860

$1,545,000

$3,200,000

$996

57

21

$1,296,411

$1,280,000

$1,900,000

$924

19

28

District 4

$1,889,642

$1,752,450

$3,200,000

$951

39

24

District 5

$2,681,903

$2,525,000

$5,600,000

$1,227

39

20

District 6

$3,244,458

$3,350,000

$4,300,000

$1,050

9

60

District 7

$6,042,857

$5,500,000

$10,500,000

$1,593

7

25

District 8

-

-

-

-

0

-

District 9

$1,870,088

$1,844,000

$3,412,500

$1,003

34

43

District 10

$1,103,500

$1,100,000

$1,670,000

$813

50

30

San Francisco

$1,946,291

$1,633,775

$10,500,000

$1,004

278

27

DI S T R IC T 1

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

DI S T R IC T 2

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

DI S T R IC T 3

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

DI S T R IC T 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

DI S T R IC T 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

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DI S T R IC T 6

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

DI S T R IC T 7

Marina, Pacific Heights, Presidio Heights, Cow Hollow

DI S T R IC T 8

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

DI S T R IC T 9

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

DI S T R IC T 10

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


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SAN FRANCISCO CONDOS M A R K ET TR ENDS 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 toSan differences data processing FranciscoinCounty - Condos from different sources. Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year 1600

2018

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year $1.4M

2019

2018

OCT 2019

2019

$1.3M

1401

1400

OCT 2020

$1.2M

$1.1M

OCT 2020

1200 1000

$0.8M

800

630

600

$0.6M

OCT 2019

400 $0.3M 200 0

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

$0M

Homes Gone Pending and Homes Sold Last Year vs. This Year 450

2018

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 108%

2019

2018

2019

OCT 2020

400

384

350

106%

105%

OCT 2019

320 285 OCT 2020 258

300 250

102%

101%

OCT 2019

Pended

200

OCT 2020

100%

Sold

150

OCT 2019

104%

98% 100 96%

50 0

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

94%

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

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S A L E S BY DI S T R IC T · C ON D O S · O C T OBE R 2 02 0 City

Average

District 1

$1,460,612

District 2 District 3

Median

High Sale

Price/SF

# of Sales

$1,369,500

$2,515,000

$990

$1,167,556

$978,000

$1,670,000

$723,250

$696,500

$865,000

DOM

24

30

$1,064

9

26

$797

4

74

District 4

$916,250

$805,000

$1,375,000

$801

4

39

District 5

$1,399,898

$1,325,000

$3,000,000

$1,093

50

37

District 6

$1,176,806

$1,155,000

$2,310,000

$1,054

39

33

District 7

$1,587,947

$1,380,000

$3,500,000

$1,178

33

41

District 8

$1,123,275

$995,000

$2,449,000

$1,011

40

57

District 9

$1,207,931

$1,071,500

$4,675,000

$980

76

46

$747,333

$789,000

$900,000

$703

6

44

$1,268,881

$1,166,000

$4,675,000

$1,025

285

42

District 10 San Francisco

DI S T R IC T 1

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

DI S T R IC T 2

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

DI S T R IC T 3

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

DI S T R IC T 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

DI S T R IC T 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

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DI S T R IC T 6

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

DI S T R IC T 7

Marina, Pacific Heights, Presidio Heights, Cow Hollow

DI S T R IC T 8

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

DI S T R IC T 9

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

DI S T R IC T 10

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


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ALAMEDA COUNTY M A R K ET TR ENDS 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 from different sources. Alameda County Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year 1400

2018

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year $1,200K

2019

2018

2019

OCT 2020

1200

$1,033K $925K

$1,000K

1000

967

OCT 2019

OCT 2019

$800K

800

700

$600K

OCT 2020

600

$400K 400 $200K

200 0

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

$0K

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

2018

108%

1060

OCT 2020

929 850 834

800

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

2018

2019

Oct

107% OCT 2020

106%

104%

104%

OCT 2019

OCT 2019

Sold

600

Jan

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

2019

1000

2019 2020

Nov Dec

102%

400

100%

Pended 200

0

98% 2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

96%

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

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

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S A L E S BY C I T Y · SI NG L E FA M I LY HOM E S · O C T OBE R 2 02 0 City

Average

Alameda

$1,326,884

Median $1,280,000

High Sale $2,375,000

Price/SF $732

# of Sales 29

DOM 14

Albany

$1,296,125

$1,233,500

$1,900,000

$832

8

12

Berkeley

$1,719,104

$1,540,000

$4,875,000

$859

68

37

Castro Valley

$1,014,698

$970,000

$2,365,000

$618

49

20

Dublin

$1,193,439

$1,099,500

$2,115,000

$547

52

12

$819,000

$819,000

$1,000,000

$860

2

29

Fremont

$1,385,818

$1,280,070

$3,000,000

$762

113

20

Hayward

$833,620

$760,000

$2,050,000

$519

81

25

Emeryville

Livermore

$1,053,163

$910,000

$3,450,000

$542

89

15

Newark

$1,047,662

$960,000

$1,655,343

$672

39

17

Oakland

$1,063,772

$930,000

$6,200,000

$655

282

23

Piedmont

$2,867,214

$2,765,000

$4,200,000

$1,004

14

25

Pleasanton

$1,502,341

$1,347,000

$2,716,000

$613

65

23

San Leandro

$800,250

$769,500

$1,475,000

$555

50

14

San Lorenzo

$750,816

$735,000

$925,000

$577

19

8

Sunol

$789,999

$789,999

$789,999

$784

1

87

Union City

$1,134,500

$1,145,000

$1,880,000

$589

32

14

Alameda County

$1,175,251

$1,050,000

$6,200,000

$651

993

21

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CONTRA COSTA COUNTY M A R K ET TR ENDS 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 from different sources. Contra Costa County Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year 1800

2018

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year $900K

2019

2018

2019

1600

$800K

$780K

1400

$700K

$680K

1341

OCT 2019

1200 1000

OCT 2020 OCT 2019

$600K $500K

800

775

$400K

OCT 2020

600

$300K

400

$200K

200 0

$100K 2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

$0K

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

2018

Pended

1281

1200

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

2018

2019

103%

103%

OCT 2020

OCT 2020

1000

Sold

800

Oct

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 104%

2019

2019 2020

Nov Dec

1085

102%

957 876

101%

OCT 2019

100%

99%

99% 600

OCT 2019

98% 97%

400

96% 200 0

95% 2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

94%

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

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

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S A L E S BY C I T Y · SI NG L E FA M I LY HOM E S · O C T OBE R 2 02 0 City Alamo Antioch Bay Point

Average

Median

High Sale

$2,509,031

$2,350,000

$544,021

$540,000

$480,400

$445,000

Price/SF

$4,894,218

# of Sales

DOM

$629

23

28

$815,000

$294

100

14

$700,000

$384

10

16

Bethel Island

$516,667

$525,000

$575,000

$288

3

25

Brentwood

$708,991

$690,000

$1,220,000

$307

117

22

Byron

$986,900

$986,900

$1,074,800

$399

2

104

Clayton

$940,105

$920,000

$1,400,000

$431

19

14

Concord

$753,716

$725,000

$1,400,343

$452

115

14

Crockett

$669,167

$775,000

$825,000

$295

3

46

Danville

$1,775,364

$1,615,000

$3,280,248

$608

94

23

Diablo

$3,531,250

$3,187,500

$4,600,000

$700

4

63

$804,268

$685,000

$2,999,000

$284

41

35

$1,158,685

$1,181,250

$1,780,000

$763

22

14

El Sobrante

$702,782

$662,500

$1,050,000

$452

14

17

Hercules

$751,281

$740,000

$1,000,000

$364

16

27

$1,360,750

$1,375,000

$1,900,000

$754

10

15

-

-

-

-

0

-

$1,804,278

$1,725,000

$4,075,000

$711

31

17

$766,705

$700,000

$1,680,000

$451

39

15

$1,661,786

$1,705,000

$2,105,000

$653

14

18

Discovery Bay El Cerrito

Kensington Knightsen Lafayette Martinez Moraga Oakley

$601,356

$585,462

$940,000

$293

58

14

Orinda

$2,221,830

$1,900,000

$8,360,000

$741

27

17

Pacheco Pinole

$617,500

$617,500

$620,000

$442

2

30

$680,890

$700,388

$900,000

$492

12

10

Pittsburg

$549,730

$535,000

$780,000

$318

45

22

Pleasant Hill

$996,200

$1,017,500

$1,550,000

$578

30

13

-

-

-

-

0

-

Port Costa Richmond

$687,278

$651,000

$1,250,000

$498

72

22

Rodeo

$583,636

$580,000

$750,000

$367

11

38

San Pablo

$551,429

$531,000

$755,000

$520

14

16

$1,347,668

$1,313,000

$2,650,000

$541

63

15

Walnut Creek

$1,419,278

$1,350,000

$3,000,000

$625

72

22

Contra Costa County

$1,019,012

$785,000

$8,360,000

$466

1083

19

San Ramon

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OCTOBER 2020

MARIN COUNTY M A R K ET TR ENDS 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 data processing from different sources. Following MarininCounty page may include off-market sales not included on this page.

Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year 600

2018

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year $1.8M

2019

2018

2019

$1.6M

OCT 2020

500

$1.5M $1.4M

$1.4M OCT 2019

400

390 332

300

OCT 2019

$1.2M $1M

OCT 2020

$0.8M 200

$0.6M $0.4M

100 $0.2M 0

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

$0M

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

2018

102%

319 OCT 2020

Pended

269

250

227 210

200

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

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

2019

300

2019 2020

Nov Dec

2018

2019

100%

100%

OCT 2020

98%

97%

OCT 2019

96%

OCT 2019

94% 150 92%

Sold

100

90%

50 0

88% 2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

86%

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

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

MARKET REPORT

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OCTOBER 2020

S A L E S BY C I T Y · SI NG L E FA M I LY HOM E S · O C T OBE R 2 02 0 City

Average

Median

Belvedere

$6,174,500

High Sale

$6,775,000

Price/SF

# of Sales

$8,346,000

$1,691

DOM

8

32

Bolinas

$1,262,500

$1,262,500

$1,325,000

$636

2

212

Corte Madera

$1,898,051

$1,665,000

$3,650,000

$917

15

31

Dillon Beach

$1,895,000

$1,895,000

$1,990,000

$591

2

42

Fairfax

$1,324,844

$1,355,600

$1,850,000

$762

9

20

-

-

-

-

0

-

Fallon Forest Knolls Greenbrae

-

-

-

-

0

-

$1,837,500

$1,837,500

$1,975,000

$1,005

2

33

Inverness

$1,845,000

$1,845,000

$1,990,000

$945

2

19

Kentfield

$4,042,995

$4,250,000

$6,250,000

$1,188

13

18

Lagunitas

$1,164,000

$1,164,000

$1,310,000

$850

2

46

Larkspur

$2,306,600

$2,012,000

$4,525,000

$1,018

10

29

Marshall

-

-

-

-

0

-

Mill Valley Muir Beach

$2,124,707

$1,685,000

$8,196,000

$976

41

31

$2,300,000

$2,300,000

$2,300,000

$1,638

1

23

Nicasio

-

-

-

-

0

-

Novato

$1,089,161

$1,000,000

$2,700,000

$517

59

42

Olema

-

-

-

-

0

-

Pt. Reyes Station

-

-

-

-

0

-

$3,025,000

$3,025,000

$3,025,000

$1,357

1

15

Ross San Anselmo

$1,809,920

$1,635,000

$3,900,000

$854

25

24

San Geronimo

$2,750,000

$2,750,000

$2,750,000

$693

1

50

San Rafael

$1,451,357

$1,280,000

$3,701,000

$706

59

25

Sausalito

$1,612,835

$1,612,835

$1,665,670

$1,044

2

32

Stinson Beach

$2,819,667

$3,350,000

$3,650,000

$1,648

3

53

Tiburon

$3,136,717

$3,088,888

$4,350,000

$1,049

11

46

Tomales

$900,000

$900,000

$900,000

$867

1

43

Woodacre Marin County

$750,000

$750,000

$750,000

$586

1

0

$1,924,402

$1,475,000

$8,346,000

$832

270

33

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OCTOBER 2020

NAPA COUNTY M A R K ET TR ENDS 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 data processing from different sources. Following Napain County page may include off-market sales not included on this page.

Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year 500

2018

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year $1,000K

2019

450

2018

2019

$900K

410

400

OCT 2019

OCT 2020

$800K

350

$700K

300

$600K

$754K $730K OCT 2019

266

250

OCT 2020

$500K

200

$400K

150

$300K

100

$200K

50 0

$100K 2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

$0K

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

2018

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 100%

2019

2018

2019

180 160

Pended

OCT 2020

142 125 OCT 2019 118

140 120

96%

95%

OCT 2020

90%

89%

OCT 2020

100

OCT 2019

93

Sold

80

Oct

OCT 2019

85%

60 40

80%

20 0

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

75%

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

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

MARKET REPORT

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OCTOBER 2020

S A L E S BY C I T Y · SI NG L E FA M I LY HOM E S · O C T OBE R 2 02 0 City American Canyon

Average

Median

$638,176

High Sale

$595,000

Price/SF

# of Sales

$1,350,000

$338

17

DOM 124

Angwin

$623,250

$636,500

$700,000

$394

4

90

Calistoga

$839,306

$825,000

$1,177,000

$641

9

104

Deer Park Napa

$925,000

$925,000

$925,000

$960

1

5

$1,046,954

$750,000

$5,745,000

$514

93

65

-

-

-

-

0

-

Oakville Pope Valley

$200,000

$200,000

$200,000

$189

1

511

Rutherford

$2,637,500

$2,637,500

$3,850,000

$781

2

112

St. Helena

$2,663,861

$1,747,000

$6,850,000

$1,076

9

68

Yountville

$1,603,333

$1,662,500

$2,450,000

$862

6

129

Napa County

$1,114,487

$753,500

$6,850,000

$553

142

82

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OCTOBER 2020

SAN MATEO COUNTY M A R K ET TR ENDS 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 from different sources. San Mateo County Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year 700

2018

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year $2M

2019

OCT 2020

572 563

600

OCT 2019

500

2018

2019

$1.8M

OCT 2020

$1.7M $1.6M

$1.6M

OCT 2019

$1.4M $1.2M

400

$1M 300

$0.8M $0.6M

200

$0.4M 100 0

$0.2M 2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

$0M

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

2018

103%

Pended

400

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

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

2019

500

2019 2020

Nov Dec

OCT 2020

2018

2019

504 497

102% 101%

101%

395 390

100%

100%

OCT 2019

300

OCT 2020

OCT 2019

99% 98%

Sold

97%

200

96% 95%

100

94% 0

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

93%

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

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

MARKET REPORT

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OCTOBER 2020

S A L E S BY C I T Y · SI NG L E FA M I LY HOM E S · O C T OBE R 2 02 0 City Atherton

Average

Median

$7,786,000

High Sale

Price/SF

# of Sales

$7,000,000

$15,500,000

$1,917

13

DOM 39

Belmont

$1,915,972

$1,837,500

$2,730,000

$1,137

18

15

Brisbane

$2,075,000

$2,075,000

$2,075,000

$603

1

14

Burlingame

$2,872,476

$2,700,000

$4,900,000

$1,176

29

18

-

-

-

-

0

-

$1,104,071

$1,060,000

$1,368,000

$760

39

22

Colma Daly City East Palo Alto

$909,111

$850,000

$1,402,000

$710

9

16

El Granada

$1,512,500

$1,450,000

$1,925,000

$640

12

16

Foster City

$1,979,923

$1,988,000

$2,385,000

$932

13

16

Half Moon Bay

$1,569,415

$1,460,000

$2,500,000

$715

19

11

Hillsborough

$4,674,000

$4,300,000

$8,100,000

$1,082

5

15

La Honda

$575,000

$575,000

$575,000

$767

1

141

Loma Mar

$749,000

$749,000

$749,000

$1,012

1

16

Menlo Park

$3,103,329

$3,000,380

$5,325,000

$1,474

32

21

Millbrae

$1,825,471

$1,900,000

$2,475,000

$1,035

21

16

Montara

$1,330,000

$1,330,000

$1,330,000

$993

1

12

Moss Beach

$1,578,571

$1,465,000

$2,675,000

$1,014

7

24

Pacifica

$1,194,466

$1,165,000

$1,689,888

$853

33

17

-

-

-

-

0

-

Portola Valley

$3,415,625

$3,075,000

$7,850,000

$1,236

8

50

Redwood City

$2,046,066

$1,825,000

$4,125,000

$1,039

73

23

Redwood Shores

$2,255,000

$2,305,000

$2,500,000

$1,220

4

10

Pescadero

San Bruno

$1,235,262

$1,205,000

$1,650,000

$866

21

19

San Carlos

$2,038,126

$2,052,000

$3,200,000

$1,153

37

15

San Gregorio

-

-

-

-

0

-

San Mateo

$1,865,170

$1,658,000

$5,000,000

$1,034

71

16

South San Francisco

$1,229,193

$1,212,500

$1,550,000

$799

28

18

Woodside

$6,121,429

$4,350,000

$16,750,000

$1,323

7

37

San Mateo County

$2,101,227

$1,665,000

$16,750,000

$1,031

503

20

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MARKET REPORT

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OCTOBER 2020

SANTA CLARA COUNTY M A R K ET TR ENDS 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 from different sources. Santa Clara County Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year 1800

2018

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year $1.6M

2019

1600 1400

1190

1000

940

OCT 2019

OCT 2020

800

$1.5M

OCT 2020

$1.2M

OCT 2019

$1M $0.8M $0.6M

600

$0.4M

400

$0.2M

200 2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

$0M

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

2019

$1.2M

1200

0

2018

$1.4M

2018

Pended

1000

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 106%

2019

2019 2020

Nov Dec

1083 1071

2018

2019

104%

OCT 2020

830 820

800

OCT 2019

Sold 600

102%

101%

OCT 2020

100% 98%

96%

96%

400

OCT 2019

94% 200

0

92% 2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

90%

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

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

MARKET REPORT

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OCTOBER 2020

S A L E S BY C I T Y · SI NG L E FA M I LY HOM E S · O C T OBE R 2 02 0 City

Average

Alviso

Median -

High Sale

Price/SF

-

-

# of Sales -

0

DOM -

Campbell

$1,714,634

$1,580,000

$3,022,500

$887

37

15

Cupertino

$2,397,286

$2,300,000

$3,975,000

$1,213

33

25

Gilroy

$996,587

$852,500

$2,199,000

$442

60

11

Los Altos

$3,753,503

$3,412,500

$6,300,000

$1,369

26

11

Los Altos Hills

$5,261,000

$4,750,000

$12,740,000

$1,360

7

71

Los Gatos

$2,293,732

$2,105,000

$5,400,000

$988

52

26

Milpitas

$1,283,617

$1,214,000

$2,600,000

$753

30

27

Monte Sereno

$3,496,481

$3,367,500

$5,995,000

$1,268

6

19

Morgan Hill

$1,166,958

$1,020,000

$2,593,700

$508

67

26

Mountain View

$2,272,463

$2,110,000

$3,475,000

$1,306

27

16

Palo Alto

$3,167,824

$2,827,500

$6,300,000

$1,727

36

29

San Jose

$1,396,325

$1,286,500

$3,900,000

$760

554

17

San Martin

$1,850,000

$1,850,000

$2,100,000

$650

2

8

Santa Clara

$1,527,298

$1,455,000

$2,780,000

$954

63

17

Saratoga

$3,487,150

$3,337,500

$7,725,000

$1,159

26

17

Stanford

$3,290,000

$3,290,000

$4,200,000

$1,029

2

20

$1,976,087

$1,950,000

$2,720,000

$1,218

61

15

$1,708,340

$1,440,000

$12,740,000

$869

1089

19

Sunnyvale Santa Clara County

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OCTOBER 2020

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY M A R K ET TR ENDS 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 from different sources. Santa Cruz County Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year 600

2018

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year $1,200K

2019

500

414

OCT 2019

300

$1,065K OCT 2020

$866K OCT 2019

$800K

$600K

216

200

OCT 2020

100

$400K

$200K 2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

$0K

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

2019

$1,000K

400

0

2018

2018

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 100%

2019

Pended

2018

2019

98%

98%

200

OCT 2020

OCT 2020

184 172 156 142

150

OCT 2019

Sold

Oct

100

96% 94%

93%

OCT 2019

92% 90% 88%

50 86% 0

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

84%

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

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

MARKET REPORT

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OCTOBER 2020

S A L E S BY C I T Y · SI NG L E FA M I LY HOM E S · O C T OBE R 2 02 0 City

Average

Median

High Sale

Price/SF

Aptos

$1,459,262

$1,131,500

$4,100,000

Ben Lomond

$1,167,000

$906,000

$2,600,000

$699,536

$665,000

$1,175,000

Boulder Creek Brookdale

# of Sales

$768

DOM

32

28

$475

6

29

$492

13

32

-

-

-

-

0

-

Capitola

$1,326,800

$1,500,000

$1,725,000

$755

5

5

Corralitos

$1,770,000

$1,770,000

$1,770,000

$479

1

125

Davenport

$750,000

$750,000

$750,000

$783

1

0

Felton

$693,773

$735,000

$960,000

$512

11

11

Freedom

$661,667

$650,000

$715,000

$389

3

5

La Selva Beach

$1,571,250

$1,562,500

$2,400,000

$889

4

35

Los Gatos

$1,370,857

$1,175,000

$2,500,000

$504

7

114

-

-

-

-

0

-

$1,349,706

$1,200,000

$3,700,000

$808

56

23

Mount Hermon Santa Cruz Scotts Valley Soquel Watsonville Santa Cruz County

$1,141,807

$1,129,000

$1,799,000

$527

23

28

$1,346,883

$1,320,000

$2,000,000

$664

6

4

$910,529

$740,000

$1,515,000

$502

15

30

$1,207,804

$1,060,000

$4,100,000

$664

183

28

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MARKET REPORT

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OCTOBER 2020

SOLANO COUNTY M A R K ET TR ENDS 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 inCounty data processing from different sources. Following Solano page may include off-market sales not included on this page.

Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year 800

2018

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year $600K

2019

2018

2019

OCT 2020

700

637

600

$500K $463K

$500K

OCT 2019

OCT 2019

$400K

500 400

$300K

300

287 OCT 2020

$200K

200 $100K

100 0

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

$0K

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

2018

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 102%

2019

Pended

2018

2019

101%

101%

500

474 OCT 2020 419 393 383

400

Sold

Oct

OCT 2019

OCT 2020

100% 99%

98%

98%

OCT 2019

300 97% 200

96% 95%

100 94% 0

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

93%

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

Each office is independently owned and operated.


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

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OCTOBER 2020

S A L E S BY C I T Y · SI NG L E FA M I LY HOM E S · O C T OBE R 2 02 0 City

Average

Median

High Sale

Price/SF

# of Sales

DOM

Benicia

$799,277

$693,500

$1,998,000

$381

24

33

Dixon

$553,752

$500,000

$1,220,000

$322

23

34

-

-

-

-

0

-

Fairfield

$569,581

$528,000

$1,425,000

$290

106

35

Rio Vista

$416,052

$415,000

$589,500

$250

25

77

Suisun City

$447,331

$430,500

$609,000

$315

26

38

Elmira

Vacaville

$530,772

$501,500

$1,675,000

$303

123

29

Vallejo

$505,260

$480,500

$773,000

$306

92

37

Winters Solano County

-

-

-

-

0

-

$539,607

$500,000

$1,998,000

$303

419

36

Each office is independently owned and operated.


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OCTOBER 2020

SONOMA COUNTY M A R K ET TR ENDS 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 County data processing from different sources. Following Sonoma page may include off-market sales not included on this page.

Last Year This Year

Homes for Sale Last Year vs. This Year 1400

2018

Median Sale Price Last Year vs. This Year $800K

2019

1200

1023

1000

2018

OCT 2020

2019

$700K

$725K $658K

$600K

OCT 2019

OCT 2019

$500K 800

732

OCT 2020

$400K

600 $300K 400

$200K

200 0

$100K 2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

$0K

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

2018

2019

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Sold Price as % of Original List Price Last Year vs. This Year 99%

Pended

2018

2019

98%

600

97%

97%

Sold

500

2019 2020

Nov Dec

OCT 2020

OCT 2020

472 450 409 372

400

OCT 2019

300

96%

95%

95%

OCT 2019

94% 93% 92%

200

91% 100 0

90% 2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

89%

2019 2020

Nov Dec

Jan

Feb Mar Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

Oct

Source: Trendgraphix, MLS

Each office is independently owned and operated.


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

MARKET REPORT

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OCTOBER 2020

S A L E S BY C I T Y · SI NG L E FA M I LY HOM E S · O C T OBE R 2 02 0 City Annapolis

Average

Median

High Sale

Price/SF

# of Sales

DOM

$555,000

$555,000

$555,000

$264

1

110

Asti

-

-

-

-

0

-

Bodega

-

-

-

-

0

-

$1,240,000

$1,225,000

$1,800,000

$698

6

49

-

-

-

-

0

-

$606,500

$606,500

$610,000

$427

2

108

$1,226,500

$627,000

$5,965,000

$521

10

148

$783,125

$667,500

$1,430,000

$414

8

55

Bodega Bay Camp Meeker Cazadero Cloverdale Cotati Duncans Mills

-

-

-

-

0

-

$599,143

$525,000

$1,050,000

$500

7

64

Fulton

-

-

-

-

0

-

Geyserville

-

-

-

-

0

-

$2,652,500

$2,652,500

$4,995,000

$946

2

130

Forestville

Glen Ellen Graton

$893,597

$891,944

$939,500

$646

4

32

Guerneville

$482,284

$453,000

$825,000

$454

15

51

Healdsburg

$1,378,305

$865,000

$3,350,000

$634

21

71

$800,000

$800,000

$800,000

$315

1

86

Jenner Kenwood

$1,735,500

$1,732,000

$2,700,000

$855

4

37

Monte Rio

$800,733

$683,250

$1,303,000

$609

6

81

Occidental

$1,817,500

$1,817,500

$3,250,000

$683

2

12

Penngrove

$1,273,750

$1,302,500

$1,470,000

$532

4

41

Petaluma

$882,956

$753,958

$2,995,000

$483

58

39

Rio Nido Rohnert Park

-

-

-

-

0

-

$691,761

$692,979

$850,000

$344

25

56

Santa Rosa

$778,906

$679,000

$4,000,000

$415

191

71

Sebastopol

$1,086,857

$1,127,250

$1,760,000

$584

26

73

Sonoma

$1,163,300

$955,500

$3,155,000

$622

38

52

The Sea Ranch

$1,091,000

$879,000

$2,100,000

$688

14

38

-

-

-

-

0

-

Timber Cove Villa Grande Windsor Sonoma County

-

-

-

-

0

-

$679,702

$672,000

$820,000

$396

28

36

$892,838

$725,000

$5,965,000

$481

473

62

Each office is independently owned and operated.


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