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"The median price for single-family homes in the Bay Area jumped to a record $750,000, reflecting the region's red-hot demand for housing -- even as short supply drove down the number of homes sold. The new Bay Area high was up 7.1 percent from the year before and surpassed the nine-county region's previous record of $738,500, set in July 2007. In May 2015, the Bay Area median was $700,000.", www.mercurynews.com
"At a time of the year when sales typically increase by 10 percent versus the month before, the recorded sales volume of single-family homes and condos in San Francisco dropped 4.2 percent from April to May and was 7.6 percent lower versus the same time last year. At the same time, listed inventory levels are […]", www.socketsite.com
"The median Bay Area home price hit a record high for the second consecutive month in May, rising in every county except San Francisco. The median price paid for a new or existing home or condo in the nine-county region reached $700,000 in May, up 1.4 percent from April and 6.3 percent from May of last year, according to CoreLogic. A home in that price range that used to take 14 days to sell is now taking 28 to 35 days, often after price reductions. “I am still seeing a tremendous amount of competition for well-priced, well-presented homes in the $800,000 to $1.5 million range,” but they have to be in nearly perfect move-in condition. Last month Kearney sold 26 Eastwood Drive, a two-bedroom, one-bath home in Westwood Park that needed new electrical, plumbing, foundation repairs and $100,000 worth of pest work. Kearney said there is less demand for homes that need cosmetic fixing and for condos in and near the South of Market area. “That is people getting priced", www.sfchronicle.com
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