August in Marin: Crazy Times For Real Estate as Home Buyers Flee San Francisco
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City buyers dominated the lists for most agents as people mainly from apartments or condos sought out the safety and open spaces of Marin. Multiple offers were the norm on most well-priced homes with those “Done” and remodeled remaining in the highest demand. Buyers sheltering in place look now for enough bedrooms to convert one into an office. And for the first time since I can remember, pools are all the rage. If you gotta stay at home, why not make it your own private resort, right?
Mortgage rates sure didn’t hurt things as we started seeing rates below 3%. That too is a first and we don’t see that ending anytime soon, either.
Let me know of any questions on that. I’m here to help. Meantime, enjoy August wherever you are and please stay safe. As always, thanks for reading.