Tiburon Home Values (Housing Market Trends and Charts)

The charts provided accurately depict the real estate market in Tiburon, California, using data from the local Multiple Listing Service (BAREIS MLS). These charts are updated monthly and include a full year of information, giving a complete view of current market trends in the area.

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These charts can be useful for current homeowners in Tiburon and those considering buying a property in the area.

Tiburon Homes For Sale vs. Homes That Have Sold

The first chart shows four important pieces of data. The light green bars represent the number of houses on the market in Tiburon at the time of data collection, and the darker green bars indicate the number of houses sold in the city during the month. The red line represents the number of listings that are pending, and the numbers at the bottom of the bars show the number of new listings for the month.

Tiburon Average Price Per Square Foot of Sold Homes

The chart below shows the average price per square foot for properties sold in Tiburon. This average is calculated by dividing the selling price of a property by its size in square feet.

Tiburon Average Days on Market and Sale Price/List Price %

The third chart presents data about two different indicators. The orange bars indicate the average number of days that homes in the city remained on the market before being sold. The green line shows the relationship between the initial asking price and the final sale price of properties in Tiburon.

Tiburon Average Price Per Sale vs. Average Price For Sale

The fourth chart displays the average sold price of homes in Tiburon (red line) and the average listing price (green line) for the month. These averages are calculated by dividing the total for the month by the number of sales or listings.

Tiburon Months of Inventory

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

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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