San Francisco’s Median Home Prices Updated to 9/15/16
The tech wizardry of Paragon Real Estate Group has produced an updated online interactive map for San Francisco Median Home Sales Prices. The map is based on MLS sales reported from January 1, 2016, to September 15, 2016.
There are quite a few areas with houses under 1 million in the city. In the west (near the Pacific) of the city Outer Richmond is showing median prices at $790,000 and down in the south of the city in Ingleside Heights, there were 15 sales with a median price of $560,000. Also in the south the Oceanview neighborhood is coming in with a median of $750,000. Over in the eastern central area of the city, the Tenderloin condos were median priced at $721,500. In the far east of the city (near the Bay) the Yerba Buena area came in with a sub-million median price of $968,000 for condos.
On the higher to high end of median prices condos in Pacific Heights are going for $1,453,500 (while condos in Lower Pacific Heights are commanding $940,000. Taking a big leap up, houses in Presidio Heights require a median treasure chest of change of $7,800,000. And houses in the Lower Pacific Heights would cost you $3,250,000 median.
Another interactive map shows condo and house price medians across the Bay Area, a nice measuring tool to make comparisons against San Francisco.
Click here to view the updated map (and a map of the Bay Area as well) and other informative articles.