Marin Real Estate Market Update – October 2015
By Liz McCarthy, Marin Luxury Real Estate Broker
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Happy Halloween 2015!
I personally have quite a few anxious home buyers (in all price points) ready to buy NOW if the right home in the right location came on the market. They’ve told me they’d love to move into a new home before the holidays So there are buyers out there and the inventory is dropping! It’s just imperative to price the home correctly for the market and not what the seller WANTS for the home.
Happy Halloween to you and your family! Stay safe. I will be trick-or-treating with my 10 and 7 year olds and they are VERY excited!
Here are some quick links for you to use and I hope you enjoy the market statistics below:
The Marin County Real Estate Market
Home-Buying in Marin vs. Gold & Apple Stock – as an Investment,
Median Home Price Appreciation & Marin Community ValuesOctober 2015 Report, including 11 Custom Charts
The autumn selling season started with a surge of new listings right after Labor Day, but it will be another month or so before preliminary statistical data is available on home sales negotiated since then. However, it is clear that the recent volatility in national and international financial markets has not so far caused a severe adjustment to local home prices. While we wait for early autumn sales to close in quantity, we’ll review the market from a variety of angles.
Marin County Home Price Appreciation
Short-Term & Long-Term
2012 – 2015, by Quarter
Comparing Buying a Home in Marin
to Inflation, Gold, the S&P 500 & Apple Stock
Median Sales & Prices
by Community & Bedroom Count
Median Home Price Appreciation
We performed the above analysis for 9 other Marin towns and our full report can be found here: Marin County Home Prices & Trends by City. Simply scroll down the webpage until you find the graph for your community.
3rd Quarter Market Snapshot
If you have any questions regarding this report or if I can help
These analyses were made in good faith with data from sources deemed reliable, but they may contain errors and are subject to revision. Statistics are generalities and all numbers should be considered approximate. How any median or average statistic applies to a particular home is unknown without a specific comparative market analysis. We are not qualified to render legal or tax advice of any kind. Sales statistics of one month generally reflect offers negotiated 4 – 6 weeks earlier.
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