Marin and Sonoma Counties, all property categories. New listings, 61. Back on the market, 31. Price increases, 7. Price reductions, 47. Contingent, 75. Pending, 45. Sold, 52. Expired, 12. Inactive, 20. Yesterday and agent I know who is not very perceptive asked me if I thought a price correction was Imminent, Two other agents were […]
Marin and Sonoma Counties only, all property categories. New listings, 68. Back on the market, 23. Price increases, 10. Price reductions, 62. Contingent, 64. Pending, 41. Sold, 61. Expired, 16. Inactive, 26.
Ebola is already having economic impacts. And unless the current outbreaks are contained ( Which isn’t likely) those impacts will increase. Africa produces a LOT of raw materials, they won’t be getting shipped. Airlines are likely to stop service to much of the Continent. And anyone who thinks it won’t spread around the globe is […]
Attendance was light at 45. 9 new escrows opened 7 closed, 7 price reductions, one property came back on the market, 4 upcoming listings were mentioned and 13 “Buyer’s needs” brought up. 2 of the newly opened escrows had offers more than asking and 7081 Elphick rd was on the tour again, it had gone […]
But will hopefully resume next Tuesday or Wednsday.
67 were present. 13 new escrows were opened, 12 were closed, 7 price reductions were announced and 2 properties came back on the market. 14 upcoming listings were described and 10 “Buyer’s needs ” brought up. of the 25 newly opened and closed escrows two were all cash deals and none recieved more two offers. […]
Marin and Sonoma Counties, all property categories. New listings, 112. Back on the market, 48. Price increases, 6. Price reductions, 72. Contingent, 66. Pending, 59. Sold, 115. Expired, 156. Inactive, 20. Every single one of those 156 expired listings was priced too high, by definition.