The value of homes in Marin County continue to rise. One-fourth of all single-family homes that sold were $2M or more while the median sale price hit $1.41M for the county; this represents a  year-over-year gain of 7%. This increase in sales price happened while the overall number of home sales dropped by 3%. Homes are also selling faster; the median market time dropped to 23 days, which is a 15% decrease from last year.

Though the number of sales county-wide is down compared to last year, certain cities saw a spike; Belvedere, Greenbrae, Mill Valley, and San Rafael had the largest increase in number of sales. Stinson Beach saw the largest drop in market time, while Novato received the largest boost in sales price compared with last year. 

SINGLE FAMILY HOMES SOLD: 721
YEAR-OVER-YEAR MEDIAN SALE PRICE & DAYS ON MARKET
CHANGE IN PAST YEAR:
SALE PRICE
+7%
DAYS ON MARKET
-15%
YEAR-OVER-YEAR MARKET COMPARISON

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