Oggi Kashi - 415.690.3792 direct
Broker Associate, Paragon Real Estate Group CA DRE 01844627
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Check the MLS tomorrow at noon, and you'll see a fairly dramatic increase in the number of listings posted.
You've received some great answers here from local agents. I just wanted to fill you in regarding Trulia's process. We run a data cycle nightly that processes all new listing information that we receive in the 24 hours prior and publish that new data each morning, so any patterns you notice won't be the result of our data processing.
Let us know if you have any other questions.
You are a quick study. The "driver" behind many properties coming to market on a Wed or Thurs is that in SF, by 11:30am Friday, we must be on the MLS in order to be included in the Tues "Agent Tour" sheet. The tour sheet comes out Friday at 12 noon, telling all Agents what properties are new to market... and what time the new and older properties will be open during the Tuesday tour.
As an aside, our tour sheets have been consistently just 16-19 pages for all 10 Districts in SF since the beginning of 2012! By now, our tour sheets should easily be 36+ pages. What that translates into is there is very little inventory coming on the market this Spring. All agents and buyers keep waiting for the onslaught of inventory... but so far, it is very minimal... which is why we are continuously seeing a multiple offer environment for well located and priced properties. Take for instance 535 Elizabeth- a lovely condo close to 24th St in Noe Valley- priced at $1,195K. It received 17 offers! In due time we will see how much over the asking price it went.
Susan Mortenson, McGuire Real Estate, 2001 Lombard St, SF, CA 94123
Realtor, McGuire Real Estate