Bay Area County Homes Sales Report – March 2017

March 2017 Housing Statistics Bay Area Counties

  • Average Days on Market, Average Sales Price, Average Selling/Listing Price % and Average Home Sold for Contra Costa County
  • Average Days on Market, Average Sales Price, Average Selling/Listing Price % and Average Home Sold for Monterey County
  • Average Days on Market, Average Sales Price, Average Selling/Listing Price % and Average Home Sold for San Benito/Santa Cruz County
  • Average Days on Market, Average Sales Price, Average Selling/Listing Price % and Average Home Sold for Santa Clara County
  • Average Days on Market, Average Sales Price, Average Selling/Listing Price % and Average Home Sold for San Mateo County
  • Average Days on Market, Average Sales Price, Average Selling/Listing Price % and Average Home Sold for Alameda County
  • Countywise Average Days on Market, Average Sales Price, Average Selling/Listing Price % and Average Home Sold

 

  • Average Bay Area county selling price for counties analysed was $952,702 in March 2017. Santa Clara County led with the highest average selling price at $1,782,410, followed by San Mateo County at $1,454,615, Contra Costa County at $721,644, Santa Cruz County at $705,376, San Benito County at $671,120, Alameda Costa at $613,298 and Monterey County at $532,745
  • Total Average Days on Market in Bay Area counties analysed was 67 days. 104 for San Benito County, 102 for Monterey County, 64 for Contra Costa County, 61 for Santa Cruz County, 60 for San Mateo County, 57 for Alameda County and 56 for Santa Clara County
  • Bay Area counties analyzed had Listings Sold of 3931 in March 2017. Santa Clara County had the highest at 1199, followed by Alameda County at 941, Contra Costa County at 925, San Mateo County at 441, Monterey County at 220, Santa Cruz County at 143 and San Benito County at 57
  • Total average Sales Price / List Price in Bay Area counties stood at 102.1% in March 2017. Alameda County had the highest average Sales Price/ List Price at 104.24% followed by San Mateo County at 103.86%, Santa Clara County at 103.33%, Contra Costa County at 101.79%, Santa Cruz County at 101.04%, San Benito County at 98.42% and Monterey County at 97.93%

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