Tag Archives: Housing Supply

This home in Pacific Heights sold for $1,355,000 over the asking price.

Top San Francisco Overbids for 2013

In most areas of the world, $1,355,000 will get you a very, very nice house. In San Francisco real estate, though, all it gets you is the highest overbid for a single family home in 2013. The top overbid in absolute dollars for a single family home in San Francisco so far this year was […]

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The Fed Predicts Housing Rush To The Exit

Historically, as home prices rise, more sellers are enticed to put their homes on the market. This time, however, something is different. Prices have risen dramatically over the last 18 months, yet housing inventory has fallen. This isn’t how things are supposed to be. The important question is why. The answer will largely tell us […]

Inventory Update: Danville, Alamo, San Ramon

Here’s a quick snapshot of the supply of homes for sale in Danville, Alamo, and San Ramon Supply of Homes For Sale in Danville: Active: 85 Pending: 149 Sold in March: 54 Supply of Homes For Sale in Alamo: Active: 53 Pending: 46 Sold in March: 15 Supply of Homes For Sale in San Ramon: […]

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Why Aren’t There Many New Listings In San Ramon?

Where are all of the new listings in San Ramon this year? Sure, just about everywhere has seen fewer homes come up for sale so far this year, but San Ramon has less than half of the new listings as it did in the first 45 days 2012.   In total, Alameda County has seen […]

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Redfin: Don’t Expect The Inventory Of Homes For Sale To Rise Anytime Soon

Redfin has posted some interesting data, telling us that the inventory of homes for sale, especially in the San Francisco Bay Area, isn’t going to be rising anytime soon. 2012 didn’t give us a Spring bump and it looks like 2013 will play out the same way. From Redfin: Surprisingly, despite the fact that the […]

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Why 2013 Is The Year To Buy A House

As we round up the fiscal year 2012 and move into 2013, the next 12 months is showing compelling reasons why would-be home buyers are going to be buying more homes. In the beginning of 2012, the consensus was the real estate market was low, even flat in some parts. In summer 2012, purchase business […]