Buyers can take advantage of a wide variety of options when it comes to buying homes in San Francisco, according to a report by Recode.
The San Francisco real estate market is currently in a market slump and is likely to be even worse for the next few years, according the report.
The average price for a single-family home in the city is $1.6 million, according data from Zillow, which has released its most recent report on the market.
It’s expected to hit $2 million next year, the company says.
The median price for an individual home in San Fran, which encompasses much of the city, is $3.1 million, and for condos, the median price is $2.6 mil.
There are a lot of options out there for buyers, the report found.
In addition to the popular McMansions, the top-selling items on Zillower’s list were: a $1 million mansion in San Jose, California, by a developer called Golden Eagle Realty, which had an estimated $2,300,000 in sales in January and February, and an $8 million two-bedroom house in the Bay Area.
It had an $18 million sale in June, according, to Zillows data.
“In San Francisco today, the housing market is still relatively new,” said Zillowing co-founder Brian Rade.
“The median price of a single family home is $9,400.
A McMansion, on the other hand, goes for $3 million.
And a two-bed condo goes for more than $100 million.”
That’s in line with the median sales price for condos in San Bruno, a suburb of San Francisco.
That same year, a $2 billion McMansion in Sunnyvale, California sold for $5.3 million, which is about half the median sale price for the region.
The Zillo app is available for iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry and Windows phones, as well as the Apple TV.
The company has also released a free version that lets you view real estate listings.
Rade said the company is now working on a Mac app for the Mac that would let you see and manage real estate.
“It’s a very different way of doing real estate data,” he said.
“When we first launched it, we didn’t have a website.
We didn’t even have a mobile app.”