These charts show the breakdown of San Francisco home sales as reported to the city’s Multiple Listing Service in 2012. These analyses are sorted by city Realtor-district neighborhoods by the number of transactions in different sales-price segments. The star on each map corresponds to the district being analyzed. Some of the districts contain neighborhoods and homes of widely varying values.
Whether you are considering a home purchase within a certain price range or contemplating the sale of your property in a certain neighborhood, this may give you a sense of what sells for how much where in San Francisco.
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These statistics are based upon sales reported to the Multiple Listing Service (MLS).
All data herein is from sources deemed reliable but may contain errors and is subject to revision.
January 2013 © Paragon Real Estate Group
Sea Cliff, Lake Street, Jordan Park, Laurel Heights, Richmond, Lone Mountain, Anza Vista, Pacific Heights, Presidio Heights, Cow Hollow, Marina, Russian Hill, Nob Hill, Telegraph Hill, North Beach, Lower Pacific Heights, Civic Center, Financial District, South of Market, SoMa, South Beach, Yerba Buena, Mission Bay, Dogpatch, Potrero Hill, Bernal Heights, Mission, Inner Mission, Outer Mission, Mission Dolores, Dolores Heights, Eureka Valley, Castro, Noe Valley, Cole Valley, Ashbury Heights, Clarendon Heights, Corona Heights, Duboce Triangle, Parnassus Heights, Buena Vista Park, Haight Ashbury, Inner Sunset, Sunset, Parkside, Golden Gate Heights, Glen Park, Twin Peaks, Miraloma Park, Sunnyside, Forest Hill, Forest Knolls, Midtown Terrace, Hayes Valley, NoPa, North of Panhandle, Alamo Square, St Francis Wood, West Portal, Portola, Excelsior, Visitacion Valley, Crocker Amazon, Lakeside, Ingleside, Bayview, Silver Terrace, Diamond Heights, Oceanview, Merced, Balboa Terrace, Monterey Heights, Mount Davidson