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June 18, 2018

What Neighborhoods Have the Most Inventory?

It’s no secret that San Francisco is notorious for having low inventory. We’ve been complaining about it for years, and there simply isn’t enough housing for everyone who wants to buy property in the city.

We’ve even got data to prove it. Yes, there were a few times over the past several years when inventory peaked, 2018 has been a lackluster year (click on image to enlarge):

I surveyed currently available single-family homes and condos to see which neighborhoods have the most inventory available.

Here’s where you should be looking, along with price ranges:

Central Sunset: $1.1M-$2M
Noe Valley: $1.2M for a 1BR, up to $2M for ones that need work or are small; $4.3M
Eureka Valley: $2.5M-$5M
Pacific Heights $3-$16M
Cow Hollow $5M-$13.8
Bernal Heights $1M-$3.5M
Under $1M in Bayview, Excelsior, Portola, Silver Terrace

Hayes Valley: $1,150,000-$1.8M
NoPa: up to $2M
Pacific Heights: $2M-$4M
Downtown/Financial District: $625,000-$2M
Nob Hill: up to $2M
Russian Hill: $2.2M-$3.5M
Van Ness/Civic Center: up to $1.5M
Mission: $700,000s-$2M
Mission Bay: up to $2M
South Beach: under $1M, 1BRs
SoMa/Yerba Buena: $600,000s to $2M
Dogpatch: up to $1.5M

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