First- GO OUTSIDE - Enjoy the sun
on your face and get some vitamin-D.
Take a walk, just sit and read, or take a drive with your windows down...
Second- Enjoy the little things! Next- Despite the terrible fires, Covid, and life's uncertainties the bay area
had a very active month in listings going into contract in August, hitting
a high point for the year and matching the high points of recent years. The skies are clearing and so is the real estate market. Surprisingly, the
fires did not significantly impact the number of deals being made in most
Bay Area counties during the last 2 weeks of the month - the exceptions
being Santa Cruz, Sonoma, Monterey and Napa Counties, which saw
declines of 13% to 33%.
Bay Area Market in the News
Neither the coronavirus nor the wildfires put much of a damper on Bay Area
real estate in August, as the median price of an existing single-family home
hit a record high of $1,068,000, according to a California Association of
Realtors report issued Thursday.
The median price rose 1.7% from July (which tied a previous record) and a robust
18.7% from August of last year. The number of homes sold in August was up 10.8%
from last August but down 6.3% from July. The report excludes condominiums,
newly constructed homes and properties not advertised on a
Multiple Listing Service.
Published in: San Francisco Chronicle
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