Median sales price is that price at which half the sales occurred for more and half for less. It is a very general statistic, which typically disguises a huge range of prices in the underlying individual sales. It can be affected by other factors besides changes to fair market value, such as inventory available to purchase, interest rates, and significant changes in the luxury, new-construction or distressed-home market segments. Homes in different communities often cannot be compared on an apples-to-apples basis, but median sales prices do give an indication of comparative home values and longer term trends in home prices.Some cities have significant condo markets which will lower the overall home median sales price: In Sonoma, condos typically sell for substantially lower prices than houses.
Sonoma & Napa Median Home Prices
How a city’s median sales price applies to a particular property is unknown with a specific comparative market analysis.
Sonoma Home Sales by Price Segment
Sonoma County Home-Price Trend Overviews
By Quarter & by Year
Average Dollar per Square Foot Values by City
Sonoma Home Values & Trends by City
Dollar Appreciation since 2011, by City
Note that median sales prices will usually change if the period being measured is changed even slightly. Especially if the number of sales is relatively small, prices can sometimes fluctuate dramatically, simply depending on the specific homes that sold within the period. How a city’s median sales price applies to a particular property is unknown with a specific comparative market analysis.
These analyses were made in good faith with data from sources deemed reliable, but they may contain errors and are subject to revision. Statistics are generalities and all numbers should be considered approximate. Sales statistics of one month generally reflect offers negotiated 4 – 6 weeks earlier.