Condos: What Costs How Much Where in San Francisco
Median & Average Sales Prices & Average Dollar per Square Foot Values
by City Neighborhood & Bedroom Count
Sales Reported to MLS from March 1, 2013 through August 13, 2013
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These charts track San Francisco condo and TIC sales, as reported to MLS, by sales price -- median and average -- as well as average size and average dollar per square foot ($/sq.ft.). Only homes listed as having at least one parking space are included: homes without parking sell at a discount.
Within the charts, neighborhoods are listed in order of median sales price. Average size and dollar per square foot are only calculated on those listings that published square footage (depending on market segment, 10% - 40% do not), while median and average prices are for all sales. If a price is followed by a “k” it references thousands of dollars; if followed by an “m”, it signifies millions of dollars; "N/A" means that not enough reliable data was available to generate the statistic.
See the "Statistical Definitions" link to the left for important context and caveats to the analysis.
This chart below doesn't follow the exact same statistical parameters (date range, limits on top price, not including distressed sales, etc.), so its numbers won't exactly match some of the data above, but it's useful for seeing the longer term trends in prices for 2 bedroom condos in San Francisco.