Wednesday, July 19, 2006

June, 2006 Results According to DataQuick

DataQuick has their June, 2006 results out for the Bay Area. It looks like my prediction about June being a strong "up" month for Marin was too optimistic.


3 Comments:

Blogger sf jack said...

June Y/Y after inflation for Marin: negative.

I like these minor deadcat bounces in Y/Y price appreciation every other month recently (February, April, June), as seen in your second chart.

This market is going down fighting!

It appears much like the change in rents in SF circa 2001-2004... like a jagged staircase heading rightward and downward.

Having "asking rent" figures charted, it was apparent that it took awhile for the landlords and tenants to see the "new reality".

Jul 19, 2006, 8:35:00 PM  
Anonymous RE AGENT said...

There will be significant price increases very soon.

I predict a 20% increase by 1st quarter 2007.

Buy now or you may never be able to.

Jul 21, 2006, 1:32:00 AM  
Blogger Laura B. said...

Awesome info. Thanks!
http://www.historiccentralphoenix.com

Jul 23, 2006, 2:55:00 PM  

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