Tag Archives: Inventory

A snapshot of Listings in greater Sebastopol (Graton, Camp Meeker, Occidental, Freestone)

This includes Condominiums, Single Family Homes and “Farms and Ranches”. In the under $500K range there are five active listings, six are pending and 23 sold in march. From $500K to $750K there are 18 active listings, 6 pending listings and 17 sold in march. From $750K to $1MM there are 12 active listings, two […]

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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Another Bubbly Real Estate Market Indicator in Sunnyvale

This past weekend I had a couple of recent posts on Burbed showing several indications of a new bubble market in real estate. If you’ve been reading this site or almost any other Northern California real estate blogs you’re already familiar with the low inventory and high pricing going on today. And if you’re in […]


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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Headlines, the large print giveth and the small print taketh away.

There’s no dispute that asking prices in the SF bay Area are up 56%, that prices and sales surged in November ( In Sonoma County sales were up 12.4% YoY and prices up 22.5%). Heck, I heard Chris Thornberg on the radio say that affordability is at a 40 year high. If you read Greg’s […]

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Bay Area Housing Inventory Half Of Last December. Asking Prices Up 56%.

Recapping the Bay Area’s wild 2012 housing market, the Department of Numbers shows just how drastic this last year was. Compared with December of 2011, the inventory of homes for sale in the Bay Area is down 54%, from 14,799 units for sale all the way down to just 6,798. As you can see from […]