Updated October 2017
The charts below provide an overview of home prices and market activity across 12 key cities in Silicon Valley. There are significant differences between the individual cities, so click here or the Our Homes menu to view the city-specific market data.
This chart shows the distribution of final sales prices for single family homes in 12 cities in the core of Silicon Valley.
This chart shows the distribution of final sales prices for 2-bedroom Condos and Townhomes in 12 cities in the core of Silicon Valley.
The annual median price for single family residences in Silicon Valley have been rising dramatically starting in 2013.
The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for Silicon Valley single family residences has been 10.4% over the past 18 years since 2000.
In 2017, the year-to-date levels of price appreciation is around 10-12%, which is a return to 2013-2015 levels after a slight slow-down in 2016.
Market demand is at an 18-year high for the past five years, starting in 2013, as evidenced by the average days on market.
The average sales vs. list price is an additional indicator of market demand for Silicon Valley homes, which has also been at 18-year highs since 2013.
The supply of New Listings for single family homes has been dramatically lower over the past 5-6 years.
Extensive analysis of 12 Silicon Valley cities based on data obtained directly from the multiple listing service (MLS). 18-year history of home values (median prices), $ per SQFT, supply of New Listings, inventory of Active Listings, demand measured by average Days on Market (DOM) and average final sales price vs. list price.
Complete guide to schools, ratings and attendance boundaries. Most Silicon Valley cities have multiple school districts with individual schools with varying academic performance. Ratings are provided by GreatSchools.org along with the California Academic Performance Index (API).
A great overview of how Silicon Valley communities differ and their various features: restaurants, shopping, transportation and more.
This information is provided by Bryan and Susan Sweeley, Broker Associates with Alain Pinel Realtors. Bryan is a Stanford MBA with senior VP-level marketing experience with F500 high-tech companies and emerging start-ups. Susan is also an MBA with high-tech marketing experience, 16 years on the Board of Mountain View-Los Altos Union High School District and several nonprofit organizations focus on kids in the Los Altos-Mountain View area.
Bryan Sweeley, MBA
Alain Pinel Realtors, Broker Associate, BRE# 01877044
Susan Sweeley, MBA
Alain Pinel Realtors, Broker Associate, BRE# 01255460
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