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San Francisco Median Sales Prices and Average Dollar per Square Foot Values for 2014 YTD through May 30, 2014: home sales (with parking) reported to San Francisco MLS Move mouse over map to select neighborhood icons
The sale of new-construction condos in 2014 significantly increased median and average values in certain neighborhoods such as Potrero Hill, Duboce Triangle, Hayes Valley & Mission Dolores. Some neighborhoods had relatively few sales during the period, which may produce atypical results. Below-market-rate sales were excluded from this analysis.
Value statistics are generalities and may be affected by a variety of factors: average home size (which can vary widely by neighborhood); current buyer profile; inventory available to purchase; interest rates; big changes in the new-construction, distressed or luxury-home market segments; and other economic and market factors. This analysis was done in good faith, but may contain errors and is subject to revision. How these values apply to any particular property is unknown without a specific comparative market analysis.
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