Emeryville Real Estate Market Report: October 2017

Published On November 27, 2017 | By Nicole Gruen | In the Neighborhood, Real Estate

20 homes were sold in Emeryville in October after a slow September where only 14 homes were sold. Homes sold over asking price by an average of 6.96%.

Historically, Real Estate transactions start to taper off in the fall due to the holidays and colder, wetter temperatures. In my professional experience, home-shopping in fall can be a great time for a prospective buyer as there is less competition and homes tend to stay on the market slightly longer. We also tend to see more price reductions.


By The Numbers:

 


Types of Homes Sold:

The number of homes sold for September increased compared to last month with 20 homes sold.

Studios & 1 Bedroom Homes:
The number of 1 bedroom and studios sold increased from 5 to 11.

2 Bedroom Homes:
The number of 2 bedroom homes sold increased from 8 to 9.

3 Bedroom + Homes:
There were no single family homes sold in October.


Median Sales Price vs. Median List Price:

Both Median Sales price and Median List price decreased in October with the sales price dipping from $599K to $571 and the list price dropping a substantial $112K.


Average Days on Market:

The Average Days on the Market for Emeryville homes decreased slightly from 25.2 to 23.7.


Sales By Location:

For purposes of identifying sales by location, we have divided Emeryville into four geographic areas.

North Emeryville: 4 Homes Sold.
South Emeryville: 4 Homes Sold.
East Emeryville: 2 Homes Sold
West Emeryville: 10 homes Sold


Further insights or shopping for an agent?

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About The Author

Born and raised in Germany, I moved to Emeryville (Hollis Corridor) in 2012 to escape the bad weather of San Francisco. Living on the greenbelt in one of Emeryville’s ‘painted ladies’, I take advantage of the walkability of the neighborhood and am known to stop dog owners to have lengthy petting sessions with their pooches. After a successful IT career and being burned by the stock market, I invested heavily in real estate. The transition to become a realtor seemed natural. I love helping buyers and sellers yield optimal results. Just as in IT, my goal is to stay in budget, scope and time and to leave my clients happy.

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