Trulia Roger, Home Buyer in Alameda, CA

Are property values in San Francisco affected by microclimates?

Asked by Trulia Roger, Alameda, CA Mon Apr 30, 2007

For example, are homes cheaper in colder, foggier areas?

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Daniel, Home Buyer, 94114
Thu May 3, 2007
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Home buyers will inevitably weigh weather heavily in their decision, driving demand down and therefor prices in some areas - homes in sunny areas tend to be more desirable to most buyers.
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Mike Lewis, Agent, San Diego, CA
Sat Aug 15, 2009
Maybe. It's possible. It depends on the individual and wht their preferences are. Would it effect you if your buying?
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Sat Aug 15, 2009
Yes, was this a rhetorical question?


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Jeff, , 94123
Thu May 3, 2007
Absolutely. Weather on the ocean side of the city is foggy and cold compared to everywhere else.
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