How much will you pay for a house in the San Francisco Bay Area?

By Simon DenyerPublished Aug 06, 2018 07:18:03With the recent price hikes, it’s hard to imagine many people getting an actual bargain on their next home.

But if you’re looking for a home with the best value in the Bay Area, the list of things to consider may not be as impressive as you might think.

According to real estate website Zillow, the average sale price in San Francisco in July was $1.28 million, up 9.8% from a year earlier.

The median selling price in July in the city was $3.2 million, down 6.6%.

Zillow’s report includes listings in more than 25,000 square feet, or just over one acre, of housing, so there are some differences between this year and last.

The average price of a house sold in July 2018 was $5.9 million, an increase of 6.5%.

Zillows report also showed a sharp increase in the number of houses being purchased, with 1,919 homes sold in the area in July.

Zillows said the median price of San Francisco’s market for a detached home was $2.7 million, the highest in the region.

This year, the median home price was $4.8 million.

The report also shows a strong increase in single-family home prices.

The average sale value of a single-story home in July rose to $534,500, up 7.9% from $513,500 a year ago.

That’s a 27.7% increase.

The second-highest increase was in multi-family homes, up by 4.6%, or $76,500.

There were also significant increases in single family home prices in San Jose, Santa Clara, Alameda and Contra Costa counties, as well as San Mateo, Marin and San Francisco counties.

The area median price was up 3.9%, or about $65,400.

Zellow said single-unit house prices in the county were up 6.4%, or nearly $100,000.

Zillowers median price for single-home homes rose by 7.5%, or more than $100 million.

Zendaya’s listing on ZillOW shows a home that’s expected to sell for about $2 million.

The listing was posted July 1, 2019.

Zendaya has listed homes in Santa Clara County and in Santa Cruz County.

This home was listed on Zendeyahs site on Aug. 1, 2018.

The home is in a 2,500-square-foot townhouse and has a swimming pool and gym.

Zellow did not list a price for this home.