San Francisco Home Values (Housing Market Trends and Charts)

The charts below offer a realistic portrayal of the housing market in San Francisco, California. The data comes directly from the local Multiple Listing Service (BAREIS MLS), providing a more comprehensive understanding of the true trends in the market. These charts are updated on a monthly basis and include a full year of data.

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This resource is intended to help homeowners in San Francisco and those looking to purchase a home gain a better understanding of the local housing market.

San Francisco Homes For Sale vs. Homes That Have Sold

The chart below displays four different data points. The light green bars represent the number of homes available for sale in San Francisco during the data snapshot. The darker green bars represent the number of homes sold during the month. The red line represents the number of pending listings for the month. The numbers at the base of the bars indicate the number of new listings for the month.

San Francisco Average Price Per Square Foot of Sold Homes

“This chart illustrates the average price per square foot of sold properties during the month. The price per square foot is determined by dividing the sale price by the size of the property in square feet.

San Francisco Average Days on Market and Sale Price/List Price %

The chart below presents two data points. The orange bars at the bottom depict the average number of days that homes in San Francisco remain on the market, which is typically calculated based on the time elapsed between listing and going into contract. The green line indicates the ratio between the initial list price and the final sale price of properties in San Francisco.

San Francisco Average Price Per Sale vs. Average Price For Sale

This chart presents two statistics. The red line represents the average sold price, while the green line represents the average listing prices for homes in San Francisco during the month. These averages are calculated by dividing the total for the month by the number of sales or listings.

San Francisco Inventory

The chart below displays the inventory level in the San Francisco housing market as of the data snapshot. This is calculated by dividing the number of listed properties by the number of properties sold.

Founder, Principal at Realvals
Austin Fernald writes about the Bay Area and Northern California real estate market, as well as the real estate appraisal industry as a whole.
Austin Fernald