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Home Sales by San Francisco District and Price

These charts show the breakdown of San Francisco home sales as reported to the city’s Multiple Listing Service for periods of 6 to 8 months ending January 31, 2015. We picked this period because, generally speaking prices stabilized after the frenzy and rapid price appreciation of the spring 2014 market. These analyses are sorted by city districts and neighborhoods by the number of transactions in different sales-price segments. Note that median sales prices will change every time the time period or neighborhoods included in an analysis change.

The first chart below the San Francisco neighborhood map is an overview for the entire city.

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District_7_Sales-by-Price-Range

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SOMA-SB-YB-MB_Sales-by-Price

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District-4_A_Sales_by_Price-Range

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District_2_Sales-by-Price-Range

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District-3_Sales-by-Price-Range

These 2 charts below track San Francisco luxury home sales by price range and neighborhood for the full year of 2014. Rather arbitrarily, we designate the luxury segment as those condos, co-ops and TICs selling for $1,500,00 or more, and those houses selling for $2,000,000 and above. Considering the appreciation of the market in recent years, we may have to adjust those thresholds soon.

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