Marin County and Southern Sonoma County Home Sales for July 2017

The table below shows the single family residence sales activity for select cities in Marin County and Southern Sonoma County for the month of July 2017, sorted alphabetically by the name of the City (or area, in the case of Sonoma Valley, where the majority of the activity takes place in the City of Sonoma).

As you will see the market is white hot, with many properties going for well over the asking price, making it an excellent time to be a seller.

If you have any questions, contact me today!

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
Corte Madera 8 27 $1,633,250 $1,664,597 1 4
Fairfax 9 53 $985,206 $981,177 2 3
Greenbrae 3 40 $2,088,333 $2,142,250 1
Kentfield 4 44 $3,422,500 $3,453,000 1 5
Larkspur 8 30 $1,961,750 $2,027,500 1 5
Mill Valley 29 68 $2,005,552 $1,962,868 1 16
Novato 60 39 $924,452 $930,114 8 34
Ross 8 35 $4,958,750 $4,886,597 4
San Anselmo 15 44 $1,581,000 $1,551,000 1 9
San Rafael 55 48 $1,255,386 $1,257,240 4 45
Sausalito 9 100 $1,769,310 $1,704,166 3 8
Tiburon 8 37 $2,476,625 $2,461,125 3 2
Marin County 225 50 $1,602,835 $1,604,105 24 111
Petaluma 45 42 $733,011 $734,404 7 23
Sonoma Valley 32 87 $1,320,247 $1,260,691 3 7

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

This information is current as of August 7, 2017 and the source is BAREIS.

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