Mill Valley housing market doing just fine
Today, our little town of Mill Valley was recognized as having one the best housing markets in the nation by the New York Times. Not a bad little piece of press from the largest metropolitan newspaper in the country.
> Here's the article from NYTimes...
Given that the real estate market is supposed to be in free fall, some strange things have been happening recently in Mill Valley.
It is one of the expensive suburbs of San Francisco just over the Golden Gate Bridge, and much of the housing market there seems to be doing just fine. One three-bedroom house sold for $1.4 million last month without ever being officially put on the market. The seller accepted a pre-emptive bid — $20,000 above the asking price — from somebody who had heard that the house was about to be listed for sale.
“The homes that are having a hard time selling are the average-priced homes,? said Vanessa Justice, a real estate agent with Pacific Union in the Bay Area, where the median house price is about $750,000. For upper-end homes, she said, “it’s actually pretty crazy right now.? Read More >>