January 2017

Found 2 blog entries for January 2017.

Marin Infograph - Real Estate 2016

2016 – Best Year Ever…AGAIN

Median prices – UP, Average prices – UP. The Marin real estate market remains as strong as ever.

Outlook for 2017

When is a Good Time to Buy?

The average home price in Marin in 1965 was $30,710. In 2000 it was $722,800, and last year it was nearly $1,200,000. In fact, in the last 51 years there have only been 3 years where the average price decreased. So, the answer is simple as soon as you can.

Reasons to Buy Soon:

1. High Rents
2. Very low interest rates
3. Tax Benefits
4. Appreciation
5. Pride of Ownership

If you are considering buying a home in 2017, be sure to register to attend our Marin Home Buyer Workshop!

When is a Good Time to Sell?

Last year (2016), nearly 1/3 of total year sales

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Christmas Tree Disposal in Marin County:

Marin County does a great job on recycling Christmas trees. Most of the sanitary districts will pick up your tree from the curb on green can pick-up days. There are a few rules like cutting the tree down if it’s over 5 or 6 feet and no flocked trees. Of course, remember to take off all the ornaments, lights and stands. If curbside does not work for you, all Marin County Fire Department stations (through January 21), have an area where you can drop off your tree. Click here for detailed information.

Want to help fund a safe grad night? There is a tree drop fundraiser going on as part of the San Marin High School Safe Grad Fundraiser. A suggested $5 donation ($15 for a flocked tree) at the San Marin High

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