March Market Minute Videos Now Available

Michelle Ronco from the Aculist marketing team and Mark Messimer (MLSListings Director of Professional Development) are back with our monthly Market Minute videos. Join Mark and Michelle as they discuss the latest real estate data and trends for the five MLSListings counties in the Silicon Valley and coastal regions.


Santa Clara County

In February, the median sale price in Santa Clara County increased significantly, both year-over-year and since January. In fact, median sale price exceeded every month last year except for the price peak in June, which was $9,000 higher.

Continuing the rebound theme, the premium in Santa Clara County was 104% in February, which exceeded that of the entire previous year.

Was there more good news in Santa Clara County? Check out the Santa Clara County Market Minute video to find out.


San Mateo County

San Mateo County had the highest number of single family home new listings in February for the past five years. How did that affect the median sale price?

And one city in San Mateo County got 112% of ask for the month of February. Can you guess which city?

Get the answers by watching the San Mateo County Market Minute video.


Santa Cruz County

In February, Santa Cruz County had the fewest number of single family home closed sales for the past five years. Just how many are we talking about?

Meanwhile, the median price for condos and townhomes was higher than single family homes in Scotts Valley. Where else are we seeing the common interest market heating up?

Find out in the Santa Cruz County Market Minute video.


Monterey County

The median sale price in Monterey County hit an all-time high in February…after just reaching the (former) all-time high last November.

Plus, more than half of the cities in Monterey County increased in median price year-over-year, with three cities at more than 80%.

Learn more about price appreciation – and other insights – in this month’s Monterey County Market Minute video.


San Benito County

The median sale price in San Benito County ended at $595,000 for February, which is inline with what we have seen over the past year. Not a high or a low, but very consistent.

One negative trend is the decrease in sold homes, which was lower than we have seen in a few years.

For more insights, take a look at the San Benito County Market Minute video.


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