Marin and Sonoma Counties, all property categories. New listings, 109. Back on the market, 20. Price increases, 8. Price reductions, 53. Contingent, 74. Pending, 51. Sold, 66. Expired, 10. Inactive, 18.
The meeting was lightly attended for the second week in a row, 63 were present. 11 new escrows were opened, 12 were closed, there were 3 price reductions, 12 upcoming listings announced and 22 buyer’s needs mentioned. Most notable was the lack of multiple offers, one or two was it. One of the upcoming listings […]
Some agents will routinely check the permit history at the Sonoma County PRMD when dealing with country properties to see if there are any red flags. I do, and you can do it yourself. Unpermitted work is not necessarily a big problem, a new owner has 6 months to apply for the permits and they […]
And what I have seen since confirms it in my mind. After talking to Mike Williamsen and reviewing July Data for Marin, yup. Marin has hit a peak in prices. There will be a few outliers as always. How soon and how harsh the correction will be are the big questions. Your guesses are invited, […]
Marin and Sonoma Counties, all property categories. New listings, 88. Back on the market, 30. Price increases, 6, Price reductions, 57. Contingent, 64. Pending, 59. Sold, 96. Expired, 15. Inactive, 16.
Marin and Sonoma Counties, all property categories. New listings, 74. Back on the market, 26. Price increases, 5. Price reductions, 71. Contingent, 82. Pending, 41. Sold, 63. Expired, 9. Inactive, 15 The average days on the market has increased to 43, Inventory is still picking up, but slowly, Underwriting has tightened up a bit with […]
Attendance was very light at 47. 6 new escrows were opened, 12 were closed, there was one price reduction and 8 new listings were announced along with 5 buyer’s needs. Three properties were on the tour and an additional “Optional” property in Forestville was added. There were quite a few multiple offers mentioned, in one […]