New inventory and what was left over from this past Spring, seemed to slip easily into escrow keeping the number of deals buoyant this past month (208 vs. 195 same time last year), but with prices rising just a tad (Marin median at $1,210,000 vs. $1,186,000)!
196 single family homes were sold in Marin in April, with a median sold price of $1,325,000, a 7.5% price increase from this time last year. Corte Madera, Fairfax, Mill Valley, San Anselmo, and San Rafael saw the most significant increases year over year.
The first quarter of 2017 has been strong. Strong, from a real estate perspective, in that with little inventory in the Bay Area, Marin buyers are stepping up and making deals happen. Find out more in this month's Marin Market Update!
Marin County offers an abundance of farmer's markets bursting with fresh produce, meats, cheeses, baked goods and more. Here is a list of year-round and seasonal markets to help you discover your favorite.
The Marin County real estate market is off and running in 2017! In a flurry of activity, pre-approvals are on the rise, stagers are booked solid through Spring, and inventory is starting to trickle out.