Sales of Million Dollar Homes in Marin Increase | Jonathan Jacobs

Posted by on Tuesday, February 12th, 2013 at 9:25pm.


More homes in Marin valued at a million dollars and up sold in 2012 than any year during the past five years. A total of 963 of such properties exchanged hands last year as reported in the Marin IJ. That's an increase of 34% over the totals in 2011. In fact, California hasn't had this many houses sell for $1 million or more since 2007 either, with 26,993 in 2012. That's a year-over-year jump of 27%.


The Marin town with the most homes selling for $1 million or more was Mill Valley with 215, ranking 21st in California. That number rose 43% from 2011 to 2012. Larkspur had more than twice as many homes that cost $1 million and higher sell in 2012 versus 2011. Experts point to these statistics as another sign that the real estate market is improving. I am seeing a lot of multiple offers on desirable properties in Marin. Inventory remains tight and prices are drifting higher.


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