Watch Now: June Market Minute Videos

What’s the story in the local real estate market 90 days into the shelter-in-place (SIP)?  Watch Mark Messimer and Michelle Ronco as they review the SIP’s impact on the real estate data and trends for the five MLSListings counties in the Silicon Valley and coastal regions in this month’s Market Minute videos.


Santa Clara County

We continue to see increased inventory and new listings in Santa Clara County. In fact, there were only two cities in the county which did not increase in new listings for single-family homes from April to May.

In which Santa Clara County cities were there fewer listings, and how were their prices in May?

For the answers, watch the Santa Clara County Market Minute video.


San Mateo County

In San Mateo County, there were five cities where the single-family market sped up in May from April.

Where were homes decreasing the Days on Market (DOM) in the county?

Take a look at the San Mateo County Market Minute video to find out.


Santa Cruz County

There were three cities in Santa Cruz County that had more new listings for single-family homes in May than last year at the same time. Plus, there were five cities up in May from April.

Are these cities the same?

Find the answers in the Santa Cruz County Market Minute video.


Monterey County

In May, new listings for single-family homes in Monterey County increased to better than pre-Covid 19 levels.

What were the numbers?

Learn what the numbers were, and other key county and city stats, by checking out this month’s Monterey County Market Minute video.


San Benito County

Median prices continue to rise in San Benito County – the only MLSListings county to see increased prices from April. In fact, it was an all-time high price for single-family homes in San Benito County.

What is the rest of the data in the county, including new listings and sold properties?

Watch the San Benito County Market Minute video to find out.


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