February 2013 Real Estate Market Conditions Update for Marin County and Southern Sonoma County

The table below shows the sales activity for Marin County and Southern Sonoma County for the month of February 2013, sorted alphabetically by the name of the City.

For more detailed information about each City click on the corresponding link below.

To compare to previous years, click here:     2012    2011    2010    2009    2008

City

# of homes sold

Average Days on   Market

Average ORIGINAL   Asking Price

Average FINAL   Selling Price

# Sold AT Original   Asking Price

# Sold OVER   Original Asking Price

% of Available   Listings in Escrow

Corte Madera

4

13

$807,250

$817,500

1

2

55

Fairfax

11

142

$693,000

$618,618

2

41

Greenbrae

4

22

$566,225

$581,250

1

2

50

Kentfield

5

70

$1,530,600

$1,537,800

1

50

Larkspur

7

89

$878,857

$844,071

1

2

53

Mill Valley

18

96

$1,023,056

$1,022,944

4

8

46

Novato

36

87

$510,223

$505,482

4

18

63

Ross

3

175

$2,248,333

$2,029,513

25

San Anselmo

11

111

$848,000

$789,636

1

3

48

San Rafael

43

101

$848,747

$812,935

4

13

54

Sausalito

3

103

$1,181,000

$1,162,933

2

44

Tiburon

7

104

$1,663,286

$1,596,429

2

29

Marin County

168

107

$980,562

$912,294

16

56

45

Petaluma

35

106

$510,250

$502,250

7

13

74

Sonoma

32

104

$641,802

$594,078

5

12

49

Please note that all Original Asking Prices are without any price reductions.

This information is current as of March 12, 2013 and the sources are BAREIS and CleanOffer.

Marin County Sunset, by Kelley Eling Marin County Realtor

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