Click below to browse live median sale prices for San Francisco’s real estate districts that’s constantly updated. Our market’s growth recovered after its low of 2011/2012 and has averaged a 6-7% growth rate over the last 30 years. As of 2019 here’s what we’re seeing in San Francisco:
- Inventory is still lower than a ‘normal’ market’s replacement rate should be
- When valuing property in San Francisco start at $1,000/sqft and go up and down accordingly.
- For central core districts like districts 5, 6, 7, and 8 (and the fringe of 2, 1 and 9) start at $1,200/sqft
- Smaller properties will have higher dollars-per-square-foot prices than larger ones unless a large property has something special about it (views, location, finish levels)
- Many times, dollars-per-square-foot figures aren’t available, but this is normal, don’t worry about it
- The most popular price points are the entry level ones and the ones where you can buy a 2-3 bedroom property with at least 2 bathrooms and parking close to mass transit or to 101/280
What other trends do you see? Let us know and we’ll talk it over with you.