Median Home Sales Prices, Updated Mid-Year 2017
Below are mapped analyses of recent Bay Area median home sales prices, including separate, and more detailed maps for San Francisco (by neighborhood), Marin, Sonoma, Napa and Central Contra Costa (Lamorinda & Diablo Valley) median house and condo sales prices. These maps give an interesting, if approximate, overview of comparative home prices in the different areas of the city and Bay Area.
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GREATER BAY AREA
Bay Area Median House Sales Price Map
2017 YTD Sales, Mid-Year 2017 Analysis
SAN FRANCISCO MEDIAN PRICE MAP
by Neighborhood, Mid-Year 2017 Analysis
Reflecting House & Condo Sales
Reported to SF MLS, 7/1/16 – 6/30/17
* Move your cursor over map to select neighborhood icons
Median prices are generalities, which typically hide an enormous disparity among the values of the underlying individual home sales, and often fluctuate for other reasons besides changes in value. Some neighborhoods or towns had relatively few sales during the period, which may produce anomalous results. Even a small change in the timeline of the analysis can affect median sales prices. This analysis was done in good faith, but may contain errors. How these values apply to any particular property is unknown without a specific comparative market analysis.
Median House & Condo Sales Prices
Reported to MLS 2017 YTD, Mid-Year Analysis
DIABLO VALLEY, LAMORINDA & TRI-VALLEY
Median Home Prices
Reflecting 2017 YTD MLS Sales, Mid-Year Analysis
SONOMA & NAPA COUNTIES HOME PRICE MAP
Wine Country Median Home Sales Prices
Reported to MLS 2017 YTD, Mid-Year 2017 Analysis
Median price is that price at which half the sales occurred for more and half for less. It may be and often is affected by other factors besides changes in value, such as seasonality; changes in financing conditions, buying patterns and available inventory; and significant changes in the distressed and luxury home segments.
All median and average statistics are based on that relatively unique basket of homes that sell within the designated period and should be considered general approximations. It is unknown how they apply to any particular property without completing a specific comparative market analysis.
All numbers should be considered approximate.