LA Times — “The San Francisco Bay Area’s housing market strengthened in May as sales leaped, pricier homes were bought and fewer foreclosures sold. Bay Area sales were at a six-year high for a May last month while sales of homes costing more than $500,000 surged, real estate information firm DataQuick reported.
Sales were up 14.8% from last month and 26.1% from May last year to total 8,810 newly built and previously owned homes sold in the Bay Area last month. The Bay Area median home price rose 2.6% from last month and was up 7.5% from May last year to hit $400,000.”
MP: With both home sales increasing (by 26.1%) in May and median prices increasing (by 7.5%), following an 8.3% increase in median prices in April, I think you’ve got the ingredients for a real estate recovery in San Francisco.
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