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San Francisco Real Estate Market Shows Positive Numbers

>PRWEB.COM Newswire

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 21, 2011

The San Francisco real estate market continues to perform well, with current indicators appear to be heading towards a Buyers Market. San Francisco was among the 11 fast-moving real estate markets in July, according to property search site, while sales of single-family re-sale homes were strong in August.

“There has never been a better time to invest in San Francisco properties for sale than now,” says San Francisco Realtor® Debi DiCello. "The market for real estate here is incredibly varied and diverse, where you can turn a corner and the neighborhood in front of you will have home styles and home values that are worlds apart from the neighborhood behind you."

That variety has probably been prompting the market to show positive numbers in recent months. Condominiums saw a pickup of sales activity year-over-year, with sales ranging from 17% to 28.6%. Trulia reports that the average listing price for homes for sale in San Francisco was $1,049,342 for the first week of September, up 2.3% from the previous week, with Pacific Heights homes and real estate in other neighborhoods like Bernal Heights remaining popular.

"With the growth of technology jobs and historically attractive interest rates, an increase in younger, first-time home buyers is expected," says DiCello. "Navigating the oftentimes complex market is not an endeavor that buyers will want to embark on by themselves, so it's my job to help them save time and money, as well as avoid unnecessary stress and headaches by guiding them through the entire process while providing them with the best options."

For more information on San Francisco real estate or available specific properties like Presidio Heights, Pacific Heights, Nob Hill or Noe Valley real estate, San Francisco Realtor® Debi DiCello can be of service. Contact her directly or visit her comprehensive website,


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