The charts below show a visual representation of the Sausalito, California, housing market. The numbers in these charts come straight from BAREIS MLS, so you have a real look into the real trends in the market. These five charts are updated monthly, each with an entire year of data.
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Sausalito Homes For Sale vs. Sold Homes
This chart shows four different data points. The light green bars display the number of homes for sale in Sausalito that were recorded at the time of the data snapshot. The darker green bars display the number of homes sold for the entire month. The red line displays the number of listings that were in a pending status during the month. The numbers along the bottom of the bars show the number of new listings for each month.
Sausalito Average Price Per Square Foot of Sold Homes
This chart displays one data point, and it is fairly straightforward. It represents the average price per square foot of properties that sold during the month. This metric is calculated by dividing the sale price of the home by the total square footage.
Sausalito Average Days on Market and Sale Price/List Price %
The chart below features two data points. The orange bars along the bottom represent the average days on market for homes in Sausalito, California. This metric is calculated by finding the difference between when it is listed and when it goes pending. The green line shows the percentage ratio between the listing price and the sale price of the homes that sold during the month.
Sausalito Average Price Per Sale vs. Average Price For Sale
This chart features two different metrics. The red line shows the average sold price, and the green line shows the average listing prices for homes in Sausalito during the month. The average price per sale is calculated by taking the total for the entire month and dividing it by the number of sales. The average listing price is calculated by taking the total listing prices for the entire month and dividing it by the number of listings.
This chart shows the amount of inventory in the Sausalito, California, real estate market at the time the data was recorded. This metric is calculated by dividing the total properties listed by the total number of sold properties.
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