Did you hear about the 100 million dollar condo sale in New York recently? It’s hard to grasp just how much money that is for only one residence. For context, $100,000,000 is about a 19% ownership of the Sacramento Kings, a 10% share of the San Francisco Giants, or a 20% ownership of the Oakland A’s (Forbes). After reading about this sale from New York appraiser Jonathan Miller, and seeing his “tall” graph of the New York market, I was inspired to do something similar.
The Tallest Real Estate Graph Ever in Sacramento: From what I can tell, the image below is the tallest real estate graph ever in Sacramento. This is a unique view of the residential housing market from 2012 through 2014. What do you see?
The Small Version of the Graph Above:
Sales Above $1M in Sacramento County Since 2008:
When we look at the market in different ways, sometimes we can better understand it and then explain it to clients. I hope this was helpful and interesting. As always, feel free to share this post with your contacts, and if you plan to post a graph on your site or in your newsletter, please see my sharing policy (it’s an honor when people share – thanks).
Question: What do you see in the graphs above?
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