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Median housing value
 

$4,323,944

$1,176,539 for San Francisco
$512,363 for California

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Average annual
appreciation (5yr)

14.24%

12.09% for San Francisco
7.77% for California

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Appreciation rate index
(5yr)

99

Higher than 99% of U.S.
neighborhoods

 
 

Housing Values

$1,580,000+ 87%
$1,185,001-$1,580,000 6%
$790,001-$1,185,000 2%
$632,001-$790,000 4%
$474,001-$632,000 0%
$316,001-$474,000 0%
$158,001-$316,000 0%
$79,001-$158,000 2%
$0-$79,000 0%

Appreciation Rates

  This Neighborhood San Francisco (citywide) California
  Avg.
Annual
Total Compared
to U.S.*
Avg.
Annual
Total Compared
to U.S.*
Avg.
Annual
Total Compared
to U.S.*
This quarter 12.46%2.98%768.65%2.10%596.61%1.61%50
1 year 16.34%16.34%9812.80%12.80%967.27%7.27%83
2 years 16.07%34.72%9912.98%27.65%977.06%14.61%88
5 years 14.24%94.61%9912.09%76.92%987.77%45.35%96
10 years 6.52%88.04%983.85%45.95%92-1.33%-12.57%15
Since 1990 5.85%344.43%994.27%199.57%933.50%146.44%67
* 100 is Highest

Housing Profile

This densely urban neighborhood is composed of apartment complexes/high-rise apartments and some single-family homes that are mostly studio to two bedroom with some three or four bedroom dwellings. The neighborhood residents are a mix of renters and owners.

Exclusive: Years of Avg Rent Needed to Buy Avg Home in this Neighborhood:
103.0 years and 6.5 months

 

Housing cost

High relative to California

High relative to the U.S.

Rental cost

Very high relative to California

Very high relative to the U.S.

 
 

Housing types

Single-family 23.71%
Townhomes 4.47%
Small apt. buildings 12.64%
Apartment complexes 59.18%
Mobile homes 0.00%

Year built

2000 or newer 0.00%
1970-1999 18.14%
1940-1969 21.08%
1939 or older 60.79%
 

Number of bedrooms

5+ 12.30%
3-4 29.25%
0-2 58.46%

Occupancy

Owners 47.12%
Renters 52.88%
Vacant 9.20%
 
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