Pardon Our Dust! Meanwhile Sonoma County Country Property Values up 37% since 2015

filed under: Country Property, Market updates posted on April 4th, 2018

This website came into existence in summer of 2007 and we saw the end of a market runup and a catastrophic nationwide recession beginning in late 2007.The Sonoma County real estate market hit a low in February 2009 and bounced along the bottom for a few years. Since 2012 we have seen steady appreciation in prices and sometime in the last year the median value of Sonoma County homes exceeded the previous high. Currently the median price is just under $700,000. Country properties never saw the frothy runup that single family homes did in the previous decade but they have been making up for lost time every since. Over the last three years homes sitting on over an acre have increased in value by 37%. The home you used to be able to buy for $935,000 now will cost you a bit under $1,300,000. Why? At only an hour north of the Golden Gate Bridge, our beautiful country properties represent a tremendous value compared to the skyrocketing costs of an SF Bay Area home. And the stress and congestion of Bay Area freeways and urban living make our homes on acreage very appealing. As one of my clients recently told me when we celebrated her two year anniversary of buying her Healdsburg home, “This property helps me maintain my sanity and I am enjoying the peace i find up here even more than I hoped I would!”

NOTE: We are in the process of designing a completely new website so pardon our dust while we work on that in the background!

Here is a look at the median price of listed and sold properties over 1 acre in Sonoma County since 2015

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