How Did Properties Sell in San Francisco in July?
Funny things all over the world have been happening in 2016. The quirkiness has been reflected in San Francisco’s residential real estate market this spring and summer as we see shifts in the market. Prices for condominiums have declined slightly but there are more of them on the market. And there’s been an even stronger preference for single-family houses — perhaps a home really is a person’s castle! But this reflects both a preference and a necessity as most homes in the City average 2-3 bedrooms with 1 bathroom and parking, which is the minimum you’d need to start a family or to live relatively comfortably. It’ll be September before we see what changes really are here to stay.