September 2016 Novato Real Estate Market Update | Pacific Union International Home Sales Report

September 13, 2016

 September 2016 Novato Home Sales Report | Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update. With the real estate market clearly in transition and the Summer lull in full effect, Novato home sales numbers in August 2016 were stronger than anticipated with a total of 42 sales (exactly the same number of home to sell last year in August 2015). August has never been considered a particularly strong month for sale closings as people are on vacation and seemingly have better things to do than buy and/or sell properties. As with most realtors in Marin County (generally) and Novato (in particular), I feel there is a clear softening in the market over and above what we might expect due to Summer. Many industry observers have commented on “The Shift” and its presence can certainly be felt in all but the new home and entry level markets (both of these market segments continue see buyer demand outstrip inventory).

Overall, in Novato, the 42 trades sold at an average price per foot of $430 (almost exactly the same as last August). Likewise, the presence of Novato’s upper tier / luxury home market (homes over $1 million) has grown considerably over the past year — in fact, I have added a new price band to my analysis focussing on homes priced over $1.5 million. Certainly, more and more buyers feel the “bang for the buck” in driving an extra 10 minutes from Sir Francis Drake is worth it. We are also seeing large numbers of longtime Marin residents selling their multimillion dollar homes in Southern Marin and transferring their tax base to new / newer homes in Novato. We also continue to find that numerous sales are conducted privately, outside of the MLS, via netorking groups such as the Top Agent Network (TAN — Top 10% of agents) and the Marin Platinum Group (MPG — Top 100 agents). Approximately 10-15% of homes are sold without ever hitting the market. Indeed, I sold several homes privately in 2016 at the request of sellers who value privacy and discretion.

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The average sale price for Novato homes in August 2016 was just under $875K . Novato (especially Southern Novato) has unquestionably been one of Marin County’s hottest markets this year due to the good weather, easy commute and bang-for-your-buck.

Overall, Novato real estate sales in August 2016 averaged 50 days on market, were about 2,036 sq. ft., and averaged roughly $437 per sq. ft. Novato’s absorption rate (e.g., the number of months’ inventory of homes for sale based on last month’s sales totals) is currently just under 2 months. This reflects a very tight market —  balanced markets have 6 months of inventory.

Below are the percentages of homes in escrow in each of Novato’s major price bands (note that due to increasing sales prices, I have eliminated the “under $500,000″ price band as few homes are sold for less than that amount and added the “over $1.5 million” price band):
■ 52% of homes priced under $750,000;
■ 40% of homes between $751,000 and $1 million;
■ 21% of homes between $1 million and $1.5 million;

■ 27% of homes between $1 million and $1.5 million.

Of the 42 Novato, CA homes that sold in August 2016:
■ 16 homes sold under $750,000;
■ 17 homes sold from $751,00 to $1 million; and
■ 8 homes sold for $1 million and up.

Single family homes in Rudnick Estates (a brand new home development), Pointe Marin, Marin Country Club Estates, Rush Creek, Hamilton Field, and Bel Marin Keys elicited the highest numbers of calls and showings this past month. If you would like me to run the exact numbers for your Novato neighborhood or if you have any questions about Novato’s schools or many delightful communities, just give me a call at (415) 350-9440. My name is Kyle Frazier. I am a J.D., Broker, Realtor, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), Top Agent (member), Marin Platinum Group (member) with Christie’s International | Pacific Union International Real Estate. It is always my pleasure to be of service.

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Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (July 2014 Novato Home Sales Report)

July 26, 2014

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (July 2014 Novato Home Sales Report). Novato sales numbers in June 2014 were strong — 47 single family homes sold. This is impressive, given the low number of homes on the market. Buyers continue to act very decisively on properties in desirable neighborhoods and that are priced appropriately. Strong terms are common on entry level homes (anything under $700,000). The Novato luxury home market segment is also performing well (in Novato, $1 million+ homes fall into this category). The average sale price for Novato homes in June 2014 was $828K (up from $737K in March 2014). Novato’s luxury sector (defined here as listings over $1 million) continued its impressive performance with 7 sales.

Novato real estate sales in June 2014 averaged just 39 days on market, were about 2,244 sq. ft., and averaged roughly $378/sq. ft. Novato’s absorption rate (e.g., number of months’ inventory of homes for sale based on last month’s sales totals) is about 1.5 months. This is a very low absorption rate — balanced markets have 6 months worth of inventory.

Below are the percentages of homes in escrow in each of Novato’s major price bands:
■ 83% of homes priced under $500,000;
■ 74% of homes between $501,000 and $750,000;
■ 38% of homes between $751,000 and $1 million;
■ 32% of homes between $1 million and up.

Of the 47 homes that sold in June 2014:
■ 1 homes sold under $500,000;
■ 39 homes sold from $501,00 to $1 million; and
■ 7 homes sold for $1 million and up.

Single family homes in Hamilton Field, Pointe Marin, Marin Country Club Estates, Rush Creek, and Bel Marin Keys generated the most calls and showings this past month. If you would like me to run the exact numbers for your Novato neighborhood or if you have any questions about Novato’s schools or many delightful communities, just give me a call at (415) 350-9440. My name is Kyle Frazier. I am a J.D., Broker, Realtor, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), with Christie’s Great Estates | Pacific Union International Real Estate. It is always my pleasure to be of service.

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (April 2014 Novato Home Sales Report)

April 19, 2014

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (April 2014 Novato Home Sales Report). Novato, CA., experienced 39 single family home sales in March 2014. Given the incredibly low level of inventory, this is a very strong number (I will address the absorption rate below). Buyers continue to snap up desirable homes with very strong terms. Offers on well priced homes are made quickly and decisively. The average sale price was $737K in in March 2014. Novato’s luxury sector (defined as listings over $1 million) continued its impressive performance with 4 sales. Currently, there are 18 homes in Novato under contract with a list price over $1 million (56% of such homes are in escrow).

My advice to sellers remains the same — “Get your house on the market immediately!” CALL ME if you are thinking of selling. My systems can get you on market quickly with the very best marketing available.

Novato real estate sales in March 2014 averaged 66 days on market, were about 2,061 sq. ft., and averaged roughly $375/sq. ft. Novato’s absorption rate (e.g., number of months’ inventory of homes for sale based on last month’s sales totals) is a scantly over 1-month’s worth of inventory (indeed, of the 51 single family homes actively for sale in Novato, roughly 1/2 of them came to market in the past 10 days). Indeed, this is a very low absorption rate — balanced markets have 6 months worth of inventory — with very high buyer demand especially at prices at or below $850K.

Below are the percentages of homes in escrow in each of Novato’s major price bands:
■ 67% of homes priced under $500,000;
■ 73% of homes between $501,000 and $750,000;
■ 39% of homes between $751,000 and $1 million;
■ 56% of homes between $1 million and up.

Of the 27 homes that sold in March 2014:
■ 2 homes sold under $500,000;
■ 33 homes sold from $501,00 to $1 million; and
■ 4 homes sold for $1 million and up.

Single family homes in Hamilton Field, Pointe Marin, Marin Country Club Estates, Rush Creek, and Bel Marin Keys generated the most calls and showings this past month. If you would like me to run the exact numbers for your Novato neighborhood or if you have any questions about Novato’s schools or many delightful communities, just give me a call at (415) 350-9440. My name is Kyle Frazier. I am a J.D., Broker, Realtor, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), with Christie’s Great Estates | Pacific Union International Real Estate. It is always my pleasure to be of service.

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (August 2013 Novato Home Sales Report)

September 3, 2013

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (August 2013 Novato Home Sales Report). July 2013 sales figures for Novato, CA were exceptionally high considering the month is usually the beginning of the summer slow season. Forty-three single family homes sold in the town of Novato. While interest rates popped up a point, buyer urgency remains high and buyers continue to write very strong offers with lightning speed (sometimes without inspection contingencies) on all virtually all fairly priced homes under $1 million and for unique estate homes in Marin Country Club Estates. The average sale price for Novato homes that sold in July 2013 was $732K. Novato’s luxury sector (defined as listings over $1 million) continues its impressive performance (23% of $1 million+ homes are in escrow).

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Novato real estate sales in July averaged 81 days on market, were about 2,261 sq. ft., and averaged roughly $350/sq. ft. (note: this is up from $285/ft a year ago). Novato’s overall absorption rate (e.g., number of months’ inventory of homes for sale based on last month’s sales totals) is still very low — it is hovering around 1.5 months (72 single family homes are actively for sale in Novato).

Below are the percentages of homes in escrow in each of Novato’s major price bands:
■75% of homes priced under $500,000;
■44% of homes between $501,000 and $750,000;
■52% of homes between $751,000 and $1 million;
■23% of homes between $1 million and up.

Of the 71 homes that sold in July 2013:
■6 homes were priced under $500,000;
■45 homes priced from $501,00 to $1 million; and
■4 homes priced from $1 million and up.

Homes in Greenpoint, Hamilton Field, Pointe Marin, Marin Country Club Estates, Rush Creek, and Bel Marin Keys generated the most calls and showings this past month. If you would like me to run the exact numbers for your Novato neighborhood or if you have any questions about Novato’s schools or many delightful communities, just give me a call at (415) 350-9440. My name is Kyle Frazier. I am a J.D., Broker, Realtor, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), with Christie’s Great Estates | Pacific Union International Real Estate. It is always my pleasure to be of service.

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (July 2013 Novato Home Sales Report)

July 28, 2013

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (July 2013 Novato Home Sales Report). June 2013 sales figures for Novato, CA remain very strong — Novato had 43 single family homes sell. Due to the factors noted above, buyer urgency remains high. Buyers are making very strong offers with lightning speed (sometimes without inspection contingencies) on all fairly priced homes (especially those under $1 million, unique estate homes, and/or those located in Pointe Marin or Marin Country Club Estates). The average sale price for Novato homes that sold in June 2013 was $821K. Novato continues to experience strong activity on listings over $1 million (29% of $1 million+ homes are in escrow — e.g., 11 such homes are in escrow).

Novato real estate sales in June averaged 69 days on market, were about 2,554 sq. ft., and averaged roughly $336/sq. ft. (note: this is up from $285/ft a year ago). Novato’s overall absorption rate (e.g., number of months’ inventory of homes for sale based on last month’s sales totals) is still very low — it is hovering at just under 2 months (79 single family homes are actively for sale in Novato).

Below are the percentages of homes in escrow in each of Novato’s major price bands:
■75% of homes priced under $500,000;
■50% of homes between $501,000 and $750,000;
■59% of homes between $751,000 and $1 million;
■29% of homes between $1 million and up.

Of the 71 homes that sold in June 2013:
■2 homes were priced under $500,000;
■34 homes priced from $501,00 to $1 million; and
■7 homes priced from $1 million and up.

Homes in Greenpoint, Hamilton Field, Pointe Marin, Marin Country Club Estates, Rush Creek, and Bel Marin Keys generated the most calls and showings this past month. If you would like me to run the exact numbers for your Novato neighborhood or if you have any questions about Novato’s schools or many delightful communities, just give me a call at (415) 350-9440. My name is Kyle Frazier. I am a J.D., Broker, Realtor, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), with Christie’s Great Estates | Pacific Union International Real Estate. It is always my pleasure to be of service.

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (April 2013 Novato Home Sales Report)

April 9, 2013

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (April 2013 | Novato Home Sales Report). As we enter Q2 2013, it is crystal clear that Novato’s real estate market has changed significantly from 2012. Those who follow real estate have noted that 2013 is a completely different animal that years past as buyers have finally come back into the market. The combination of low inventory, low interest rates have resulted in an expanding reservoir of “ready, able, and willing” buyers. These home buyers are stepping up in Novato and purchasing listings from all different price points. Even the $2 million+ price point has seen significant activity over the past 3 months as affluent buyers are returning to Novato to capture value and lifestyles unobtainable elsewhere in Marin County. The sales numbers relative to standing inventory remain impressive.

My continuing advice to sellers remains — “If you want to sell in 2013, get your home out there!” CALL ME if you are thinking of selling. My systems can get you on market quickly with the very best marketing available. And my negotiating skills will get you top dollar.

March 2013 sales figures for Novato, CA were exceedingly strong — Novato totaled 38 trades (up from 23 in February). We continue to starve for inventory. Due to the factors noted above and the lack of inventory, buyer urgency is as high as I have ever seen. Buyers are making very strong offers with lightning speed (sometimes without inspection contingencies) on nearly all fairly priced homes. The average sale price for Novato homes that sold in March 2013 was $689K. Novato is now also seeing strong activity on listings over $1 million (28% of $1 million+ homes are in escrow).

Novato real estate sales in March averaged 80 days on market, were about 2,240 sq. ft., and averaged roughly $322/sq. ft. Novato’s absorption rate (e.g., number of months’ inventory of homes for sale based on last month’s sales totals) is still very low despite a large number of homes coming to market in the past 7-days (21 homes came to market during that time frame) — it is hovering at about 1.5 months (52 single family homes are actively for sale in Novato).

Below are the percentages of homes in escrow in each of Novato’s major price bands:
■57% of homes priced under $500,000;
■68% of homes between $501,000 and $750,000;
■62% of homes between $751,000 and $1 million;
■28% of homes between $1 million and up.

Of the 38 homes that sold in March 2013:
■6 homes were priced under $500,000;
■30 homes priced from $501,00 to $1 million; and
■2 homes priced from $1 million and up.

Homes in Hamilton Field, Pointe Marin, Marin Country Club Estates, Rush Creek, and Bel Marin Keys generated the most calls and showings this past month. If you would like me to run the exact numbers for your Novato neighborhood or if you have any questions about Novato’s schools or many delightful communities, just give me a call at (415) 350-9440. My name is Kyle Frazier. I am a J.D., Broker, Realtor, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), with Christie’s Great Estates | Pacific Union International Real Estate. It is always my pleasure to be of service.

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (March 2013 Novato Home Sales Report)

March 21, 2013

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (March 2013 | Novato Home Sales Report). As we approach the end of Q1 2013, it is crystal clear that Novato’s real estate market is quickly improving (at least from a seller’s standpoint). There is no doubt that our real estate market recovery is real. As I noted begining in December 2011, when I first saw signs that buyer sentiment and market health began to change for the better, it is clear that things have changed since the bottom was reached in the Marin County real estate market. There is no doubt that the combination of incredibly low inventory, historically low interest rates, a growing pool of “ready, able, and willing” buyers, are making for an unprecedented Novato home sales. The sales numbers relative to standing inventory remain impressive.

My continuing advice to sellers remains — “Get your home out there!” CALL ME if you are thinking of selling. My systems can get you on market quickly with the very best marketing available.

Despite the short month, February 2013 sales numbers for Novato, CA were strong — real estate sales in Novato totaled 23 trades. We continue to starve for inventory. Due to the factors noted above and the lack of inventory, buyer urgency is as high as I have ever seen. Buyers are making very strong offers with lightning speed (sometimes without inspection contingencies) on nearly all fairly priced homes. The average sale price for Novato homes that sold in February 2013 was $640K. Novato is now also seeing increased sales over $1 million (there are currently 37% of $1 million homes in escrow).

February’s Novato real estate sales averaged 69 days on market, were about 2,175 sq. ft., and averaged roughly $299/sq. ft. Novato’s absorption rate (e.g., number of months’ inventory of homes for sale based on last month’s sales totals) remains whisper-thin at well under 1 month (as of this writing, a mere 38 single family homes are actively for sale in Novato — and many of those came on the market in the last 7 days). It remains an extraordinarily strong sellers’ market all the way up to about $750K, where 66% of homes are in escrow.

Below are the percentages of homes in escrow in each of Novato’s major price bands:
■62% of homes priced under $500,000;
■86% of homes between $501,000 and $750,000;
■66% of homes between $751,000 and $1 million;
■37% of homes between $1 million and up.

Of the 23 homes that sold in February 2013:
■5 homes were priced under $500,000;
■18 homes priced from $501,00 to $1 million; and
■0 homes priced from $1 million and up.

Homes in Hamilton Field, Breakers at Pointe Marin, Marin Country Club Estates, Rush Creek, and Bel Marin Keys generated the most calls and showings this past month. If you would like me to run the exact numbers for your Novato neighborhood or if you have any questions about Novato’s schools or many delightful communities, just give me a call at (415) 350-9440. My name is Kyle Frazier. I am a J.D., Broker, Realtor, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), with Christie’s Great Estates | Pacific Union International Real Estate. It is always my pleasure to be of service.

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (May 2012 Novato Home Sales Report)

May 6, 2012

Despite historically low inventory, April 2012 was a gangbuster month for Novato, CA real estate sales (we had 55 trades — more than doubling what we saw in February 2012). Buyers, obviously, remain engaged and move very quickly on well-priced and/or unique real estate opportunities.  The average sale price was $518K in April 2012 due to lots of low end, entry level sales.

April’s trades averaged 83 days on market, were about 2,030 sq. ft., and averaged roughly $259 sq. ft. Novato’s  absorption rate (e.g., number of months’ inventory of homes for sale based on last month’s sales totals) continues to be extremely low with just a little more than one months’ worth of available inventory overall (a mere 84 single family homes are actively for sale in Novato). The hottest component of the Novato real estate market (as always) is the entry and move-up levels — homes priced under $500K — 76% of these homes are in escrow (up from 72% last month). It remains an extraordinarily strong sellers’ market all the way up to about $750K, where 65% of homes are in escrow.

Below are the percentages of homes in escrow in each of Novato’s major price bands:

■76% of homes priced under $500,000;
■65% of homes between $501,000 and $750,000;
■31% of homes between $751,000 and $1 million;
■24% of homes between $1 million and up.

Of the 55 homes that sold in January 2012:

■33 homes were priced under $500,000;
■22 homes priced from $501,00 to $1 million; and
■1 home priced from $1 million and up.

Homes in The Landing at Hamilton Field, Breakers at Pointe Marin, Marin Country Club, Rush Creek, and Bel Marin Keys generated the most calls and showings this past month. If you would like me to run the exact numbers for your Novato neighborhood or if you have any questions about Novato’s many delightful communities, just give me a call at (415) 350-9440. My name is Kyle Frazier. I am a J.D., Broker, Realtor, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), with Christie’s Great Estates | Pacific Union International Real Estate. It is always my pleasure to be of service.

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Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (October 2011 Novato Home Sales Report)

November 8, 2011

Much like August 2011, Novato, CA home sales continued to surpass expectations in September 2011, which is traditionally a very slow month for closings in Marin County. Indeed, buyers continue to move very quickly on well-priced and/or unique real estate opportunities. The average sales price of Novato homes has swung wildly this year from month to month. For example, the average sale price in June was $626K. In September it was $530K. September’s trades averaged 117 days on market, were about 1,870 sq. ft., and averaged roughly $258 sq. ft. Novato’s  absorption rate (e.g., number of months’ inventory of homes for sale based on last month’s sales totals) continues to hover in historically low territory with just 3.39 months’ worth of available inventory overall (112 single family homes are actively for sale in Novato). The hottest component of the Novato real estate market is the entry level — homes priced under $500K — where 61% of homes are in escrow and inventory is so tight that the absorption rate is less than 2 month’s worth of inventory.

Below are the percentages of homes in escrow in each of Novato’s major price bands:

■61% of homes priced under $500,000;
■43% of homes between $501,000 and $750,000;
■19% of homes between $751,000 and $1 million;
■15% of homes between $1 million and up.

Of the 33 homes that sold in September 2011:

■16 homes were priced under $500,000;
■13 homes priced from $501,00 to $1 million; and
■1 home priced from $1 million and up.

Homes in The Landing at Hamilton Field, Breakers at Pointe Marin, Country Club, Rush Creek, and Bel Marin Keys generated the most calls and showings this past month. If you would like me to run the exact numbers for your Novato neighborhood or if you have any questions about Novato’s many delightful communities, just give me a call at (415) 350-9440. My name is Kyle Frazier. I am a J.D., Broker, Realtor, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), with Christie’s Great Estates | Pacific Union International Real Estate. It is always my pleasure to be of service.

The Landing at Hamilton Field — NEW CONSTRUCTION. Prices start in the mid – $700′s. With several recent closings, we only have two more currently available. Please call me at (415) 350-9440 for more information. Or visit our website at www.TheLandingNovato.com

Pacific Union International | Novato Real Estate Market Update (September 2011 Novato Home Sales Report)

September 27, 2011

Novato, CA home sales continued to surpass expectations in August 2011, which is a traditionally slow month in Marin County. Buyers continue to move very quickly on well-priced and/or unique real estate opportunities. The average sales price of Novato homes has swung wildly so far this year based on the composition of sales each month — it was $626K in June 2011 and $566K in August 2011. Last month’s trades averaged 79 days on market, were about 2,023 sq. ft., and averaged roughly $288 sq. ft. Novato’s  absorption rate (e.g., number of months’ inventory of homes for sale based on last month’s sales totals) is a very low 3.16 months’ worth of available inventory overall (117 single family homes are actively for sale in Novato). The hottest component of the Novato real estate market is the entry level — homes priced under $500K — where 66% of homes are in escrow and inventory is so tight that the absorption rate is just over one month’s worth of inventory. Also, as noted in recent updates, the number of new listings introduced to the market which are either bank owned or short sales is down dramatically. This time last year (and in 2009), roughly half of the homes coming to market were distressed — if this trend continues, prices will stiffen and eventually bump up.

Below are the percentages of homes in escrow in each of Novato’s major price bands:

■66% of homes priced under $500,000;
■43% of homes between $501,000 and $750,000;
■28% of homes between $751,000 and $1 million;
■7% of homes between $1 million and up.

Of the 44 homes that sold in August 2011:

■14 homes were priced under $500,000;
■27 homes priced from $501,00 to $1 million; and
■3 homes priced from $1 million and up.

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Homes in The Landing at Hamilton Field, Breakers at Pointe Marin, Country Club, Rush Creek, and Bel Marin Keys generated the most calls and showings this past month. If you would like me to run the exact numbers for your Novato neighborhood or if you have any questions about Novato’s many delightful communities, just give me a call at (415) 350-9440. My name is Kyle Frazier. I am a J.D., Broker, Realtor, Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), and a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), with Christie’s Great Estates | Pacific Union International Real Estate. It is always my pleasure to be of service.

The Landing at Hamilton Field — NEW CONSTRUCTION. Prices start in the mid – $700′s. We have three homes ready for immediate move-in. Please call me at (415) 350-9440 for more information. Or visit our website at www.TheLandingNovato.com

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