HILLS OF SAN FRANCISCO

property values

Historical Data

What's the market doing now?

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Numbers tell the story....

 

The trajectory of San Francisco real estate is really astounding.

 

Click on the years / quarters to the left to see what the average or median price was for a given type of property in 57 neighborhoods.

Pacific Exchange, 1930

A brief company history...

Walter E. McGuire founded the company in 1919, selling both residential and commercial real estate. The main office was in the Mills Building at 220 Montgomery Street, with other offices at 1604 Haight (at Ashbury), one on Divisadero and yet another in the Mission. Mr. McGuire ran the company until his death in 1959. His daughter, Florian McGuire Moore, took over in 1960 and ran the company until 1980 when her son, Charles Moore, took over the helm. Since then we have expanded offices in San Francisco, Mill Valley, Sonoma, East Bay and the Peninsula.

 

 

 The third quarter of this year showed strong buyer competition over a limited supply of homes, along with low rates and a healthy tech market fueling demand.

 

Bottom line, our market remains very strong.

 

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