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  • Marin County Real Estate Report - January 2022 - Part 1

    January 15, 2022

    Marin County Real Estate Report - January 2022 - Part 1

    Seasonal fluctuations are common, and it's not unusual for median sales prices to peak for the year in spring (Q2) - though that did not occur in 2020 or 2021. Longer-term trends are more meaningful than short-term changes.

  • Marin County Real Estate Report - January 2022 - Part 2

    January 15, 2022

    Marin County Real Estate Report - January 2022 - Part 2

    Since 2019, the county population has dropped by a little over 1%, though the peak number was hit in 2016. Populations dropped in almost every Bay Area County since the pandemic hit, with net domestic out-migration probably skewed more heavily toward tenant populations.

  • Bay Area & Tahoe Luxury Home Market Homes Selling for $5 Million+

    December 1, 2021

    Bay Area & Tahoe Luxury Home Market Homes Selling for $5 Million+

    Besides changes in economic and market conditions, the luxury market usually ebbs and flows dramatically by season, with sales typically peaking in spring (Q2) - though the pandemic changed that dynamic in 2021 - and hitting their low points in mid-winter. However, seasonality can vary by county

  • Compass North Bay Market Share

    November 16, 2021

    Compass North Bay Market Share

    Compass Sells over $4 Billion in Marin County Real Estate Annually.

  • Marin County Real Estate - November 2021 Report - Part I

    November 9, 2021

    Marin County Real Estate - November 2021 Report - Part I

    As the year beings to wind down and move into the mid-winter, the market typically slows down as well

  • Marin County Real Estate - November 2021 Report - Part II

    November 9, 2021

    Marin County Real Estate - November 2021 Report - Part II

  • Marin County Real Estate Report - October 2021

    October 21, 2021

    Marin County Real Estate Report - October 2021

    Most standard statistics of supply & demand indicate some cooling/ slowing of activity in the market over the summer, after what was probably the most super-heated spring selling season in the last 20 years. Q2 to Q3 cooling is a typical seasonal trend, and by any historical standard, the Q3 Marin market remained extremely strong, with the median house sales price at its peak. An autumn rebound often occurs and new listing activity spiked up in September.

  • 2021 Bay Area Home Price Map

    September 16, 2021

    2021 Bay Area Home Price Map

  • Marin Count Real Estate Report - September 2021

    September 7, 2021

    Marin Count Real Estate Report - September 2021

    All price segments saw percentage increases in sales volume over the past 12 months, with those in the higher price ranges seeing the largest. The number of home selling for $5,000,000+ soared 176%