Neighborhood Home Prices, Trends & Comparative Values in San Francisco
Median SF House & Condo Sales Price Map
Sales reported to MLS, 7/1/16 – 6/30/17
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Citywide Overview of Home Sales & Prices
At the bottom of this report is another map of the 10 Realtor districts and their component neighborhoods. There are 70-odd neighborhoods in San Francisco, and the charts do not include every single one. (Some have very few sales.) We are happy to provide information on any not included below.
Note: Neighborhoods with relatively few sales in a given year, and especially expensive neighborhoods with few sales, sometimes see dramatic fluctuations in value statistics that don’t have much to do with changes in fair market value: It is simply that the basket of sales that occurred was significantly different from the previous year. As always, longer-term trends are more meaningful than short-term fluctuations.
4 Big Districts around the City of Very Different House Values
Pacific & Presidio Heights, Cow Hollow & Marina District 7 Houses
Noe Valley, Eureka Valley (the Castro) & Cole Valley; Glen Park; Corona Heights;
Dolores & Ashbury Heights, Buena Vista Park, Haight Ashbury, Clarendon
Heights, Mission Dolores, Duboce Triangle – Realtor District 5
South Beach, Yerba Buena, Mission Bay & South of Market (SoMa)
District 9, North – Condos
These neighborhoods, with their concentration of newer, high-rise, condo buildings, can often be divided further into 2 separate market segments: low-floor, often smaller units, and higher-floor, often larger and more luxurious units with dramatic, or even spectacular views. In the charts below, we look at values from a variety of angles, including bedroom count and price segment.
Potrero Hill, Inner Mission, Bernal Heights, Central Waterfront (Dogpatch)
District 9, South – Houses & Condos
Inner, Central & Outer Richmond District, Lake Street,
Sea Cliff, Jordan Park, Laurel Heights, Lone Mountain – District 1
Hayes Valley, North of Panhandle (NoPa), Alamo Square, Lower Pacific Heights
District 6 – Condos
St. Francis Wood, Forest Hill, West Portal, Balboa Terrace, Miraloma Park,
Midtown Terrace, Forest Knolls, Sherwood Forest & Sunnyside – District 4 Houses
Inner, Central and Outer Sunset & Parkside; Golden Gate Heights
District 2 – Houses
Lakeside, Lakeshore, Pine Lake Park, Merced Manor & Heights
Ingleside & Ingleside Heights, Oceanview – District 3 Houses
Bayview, Portola, Excelsior, Crocker Amazon, Visitacion Valley, Outer Mission, Hunter’s Point,
Silver Terrace, Mission Terrace, Candlestick Point, Realtor District 10 – Houses
Map of San Francisco Neighborhoods & Realtor Districts
SAN FRANCISCO REALTOR DISTRICTS
District 1 (Northwest): Sea Cliff, Lake Street, Richmond (Inner, Central, Outer), Jordan Park/Laurel Heights, Lone Mountain
District 2 (West): Sunset & Parkside (Inner, Central, Outer), Golden Gate Heights
District 3 (Southwest): Lake Shore, Lakeside, Merced Manor, Merced Heights, Ingleside, Ingleside Heights, Oceanview
District 4 (Central SW): St. Francis Wood, Forest Hill, West Portal, Forest Knolls, Diamond Heights, Midtown Terrace, Miraloma Park, Sunnyside, Balboa Terrace, Ingleside Terrace, Mt. Davidson Manor, Sherwood Forest, Monterey Heights, Westwood Highlands
District 5 (Central): Noe Valley, Eureka Valley/Dolores Heights (Castro, Liberty Hill), Cole Valley, Glen Park, Corona Heights, Clarendon Heights, Ashbury Heights, Buena Vista Park, Haight Ashbury, Duboce Triangle, Twin Peaks, Mission Dolores, Parnassus Heights
District 6 (Central North): Hayes Valley, North of Panhandle (NOPA), Alamo Square, Western Addition, Anza Vista, Lower Pacific Heights
District 7 (North): Pacific Heights, Presidio Heights, Cow Hollow, Marina
District 8 (Northeast): Russian Hill, Nob Hill, Telegraph Hill, North Beach, Financial District, North Waterfront, Downtown, Van Ness/ Civic Center, Tenderloin
District 9 (East): SoMa, South Beach, Mission Bay, Potrero Hill, Dogpatch, Bernal Heights, Inner Mission, Yerba Buena
District 10 (Southeast): Bayview, Bayview Heights, Excelsior, Portola, Visitacion Valley, Silver Terrace, Mission Terrace, Crocker Amazon, Outer Mission
Some Realtor districts contain neighborhoods that are relatively homogeneous in general home values, such as districts 5 and 7, and others contain neighborhoods of wildly different values, such as district 8 which, for example, includes both Russian Hill and the Tenderloin.
As always, the quality of the specific location and the range of amenities of the property; its curb appeal, condition, size and graciousness; and the existence and quality of parking, views and outside space can all significantly impact home values. Median sales prices will usually change if the area or period being measured is changed, even a little bit. Median sales prices are different than average sales prices. Median and average sales prices and average dollar per square foot values often fluctuate for reasons other than changes in fair market value.
These analyses were made in good faith with data from sources deemed reliable, but they may contain errors and are subject to revision. Statistics are gross generalities and how they apply to any specific property is unknown without a tailored comparative market analysis. All numbers should be considered approximate.