San Anselmo, CA Real Estate Market Conditions Update for March 2009

As of April 6, 2009 only 18% of available listings in San Anselmo are in escrow.

For the month of March 2009 only 6 homes sold in San Anselmo for an average final selling price of $1,160,000.

The average original asking price of these homes was $1,303,983.

The range of final selling prices was from a low of $385,000 to a high of $2,625,000.

Of the 6 homes that sold, 1 sold over the original asking price and all others sold for less.

It took these homes an average of 76 days to sell.

To see everything that is currently available for sale through our local MLS, click here.

To learn more about the area visit my website or contact me directly.

And, now, here’s a view from my current listing at 101 Oak Springs in San Anselmo.  (I’ll be open this Sunday from 2-4pm, so stop by!)



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    • First, a foreclosure and a short sale are two completely different things. A foreclosure is when the bank has taken ownership of the property. A short sale is when the seller is trying to sell for less than they owe. Why you are considering doing this is a third story– and, perhaps, the most important one.

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