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The Marin County real estate market bustles with frenzied activity as buyers compete for a limited supply of available homes. What's going on here?

Many potential sellers still seem to be under the impression that it is not a good time to place their homes on the market, and are postponing their plans to relocate, downsize, or move up. It is true that prices are not what they were in 2006---but they are a far cry from the lows of 2009! Seller reluctance has resulted in the following statistics (believed accurate, but not guaranteed) as of July 31.

There were 223 single family residences (SFR) and 53 condominiums (Condo's)  sold in July in Marin County. In 2011, it was 172, and 49, and in 2010, it was 166 and 41. Inventory of available homes

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Hello Everyone,

The Marin County Real Estate Market is Hot, Hot, Hot! Attractive new listings are flying off the shelf, often in their first week on the market, and, not infrequently, with multiple offers --sometimes going substantially over asking price. Sellers----can you count on this? Not necessarily. But if your listing is well prepared, priced, presented, and marketed, don't be surprised if it does happen.

What is going on here?

The current supply of housing inventory for sale is extremely low--- only 3.1 months for Single Family Residences (SFR) and 2.9 months for Condo's. In both cases, this is more than 50% below the available inventory in April of 2011. Year-to-date numbers of homes sold are up as well, in spite of low inventory---running

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